Try this very simple recipe, throw a few things together & your Kebab is ready. Don't forget to eat this kabab with mint & coriander chutney.
Check this Green Chutney Recipe that goes well with every dish like snacks & kebabs. You just need a bunch of mint & fresh coriander leaves. Try it Now!!
Coconut and Coriander Chutney is a South Indian recipe that is simple and easy-to-made that adds more flavors to your food.
I’ve been on a vegetable-packed coconut curry kick lately, this particular dish for example is not like the regular Thai Yellow Curry, this dish is denser and a bit sweeter….. Serves:1 Ingredients: Small onion-1 Garlic- 4-5 cloves Turmeric powder: A pinch Coriander seeds:5-6 Dry red chillies whole: 2-3 Baby Corn- 4-5 baby corn Carrot (half): […]
Crispy Potato Fingers is an easy-to-make veg cuisine made with potato, suji, and coriander leaves. Crunchy outside and tender inside
Coriander Mint chutney is refreshing, green color, & tangy with each bite. Serve it with appetizers or starters to enhance the overall flavor of the food.
Mashed potato pomegranate salad so refreshing and tangy in taste & a 15-minute recipe. It has the mixture of pomegranate & fresh coriander leaves.
Mint Coriander Raita is a refreshing, mint taste with the flavor of coriander. It's a little spicy, cool, and fresh raita recipe.
Green Garlic & Coriander Chutney is a popular refreshing accompaniment of blended puree of coriander and green garlic. It has a spicy and sour taste.
Tiranga sandwich is a Indian style patriotic lunch idea with three layers filling. The layers are made of Coriander chutney, tomato chutney & mayonnaise.
Indian Kachumber salad is a tangy mixture made of some amazing veggies like onion, tomato & coriander salad tossed with Indian spices.
Onion chutney with coriander leaves recipe has very unique taste. An easy delicious easy to make recipe. It is mix of Onion and garlic. Healthy recipe.
You can easily find bakwan jagung in Indonesia. From a small food stall to a fancy restaurant that serves Indonesian food you can find this crispy Indonesian corn fritters on the menu. There are many versions of this corm fritter, some like to add kaffir lime leaves, but my version use chopped green onion and parsley. Bakwan Jagung (Indonesian Corn Fritters) Ingredients 2 corn cobs 1 medium free-range egg 4 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon rice flour 2 scallions, thinly sliced parsley, thinly sliced 2 red chilies, thinly sliced 1 teaspoon, coriander powder salt and white pepper powder 100g small shrimp oil for frying Direction Cut corn kernels from the stem. Take half of the corn kernels and pulse for a few seconds in the blender until the corn is smooth. Combine the remaining ingredients and mix to form a thick batter. Heat oil in a large pan. Take a spoonful of batter, put some shrimp and drop it gently into the hot oil. Fry until the fritters are golden and crispy.
Pudina pakoda aka mint pakoda is a scrumptiousandcomforting recipe for pakoda which is quite popular in the subcontinents of India. It has got the perfect bite of crisp with refreshing flavour of mint leaves aka pudina. This deep-fried fritter is the amalgamation of chopped mint leaves, chopped coriander leaves,onions, ginger-garlic paste, green chillies, gram flour, rice flour, few spices and seasonings which are mixed and then deep fried in small portions. Pudina pakoda recipe is a perfect companion for evening snacks with a cup of tea and a perfect side with dal, rice and ghee.
Simple and versatile, this vibrant and stunningly beautiful mint coriander chutney is all you need to add "oomph" to your dishes.
Mexican rice, which is known as Arroz Rojo, is a famous side dish in Mexico. Mexican rice recipe is one of those recipes that comes together so quickly.
This is a simple but rich soup, lightly spiced with cumin seeds and finished with fragrant coriander leaves
This quick and easy roasted cauliflower is delicious and healthy. Perfect as finger food or as a side dish. Recipe 1 head cauliflower cut in florets 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 teaspoon turmeric 1 teaspoon coriander ½ teaspoon cumin Pinch cayenne sea salt to taste Directions: Preheat oven 425ºF. Grease a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and set aside. In a large bowl combine olive oil, turmeric, coriander, cumin, cayenne and salt. Add cauliflower florets and toss well to coat. Transfer florets to baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes or until tender. Come and join our informative,...
I fell in love - Quinoa is the first name. Here is why. What is Quinoa? (pronounced as kin-wa). Quinoa is a grain crop grown primarily for its edible seed. The Incas held the crop to be sacred. Nutritional evaluations indicate that quinoa is a source of complete protein. I just simply acknowledged it as a superfood. Since discovering it earlier this year, Quinoa has been a staple source of grain in our household. You will find some really awesome quinoa recipes in BNF blog. In this post, I'm going to share with you this simple yet delicious salad. Toasted quinoa gives this crisp salad of cucumber, green onion and fresh coriander an oomph!
Thailand – The Land of Thousand Smiles. Mention Bangkok and immediately thoughts of shopping, delicious Thai food, cheap massages come to my mind. Now, besides Korean food, my next favorite cuisine is Thai. If you go through Thai food recipes, you’ll notice the few usual ingredient suspects - Thai fish sauce, coriander root, coconut milk, tamarind sauce...