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Hebbar's Kitchen is all about Indian veg recipes. This blog is managed by me Archana and my husband, Sudarshan. I try to post my recipes with simple & easily available ingredients from kitchen. These posts are usually supported by short videos and photo recipes. Learn interesting recipes and share your feedback, as your feedback means a lot to me.
huruli saaru recipe | kudu saaru recipe | horsegram rasam recipe with step by step photo recipe. huruli saaru is very popular rasam in udupi - mangalore region. the fresh, spicy and rich flavour of horsegram pulses makes this rasam distinct. kudu saaru is best supplement if you are lacking with iron.
congress kadlekai recipe
raja special recipe | congress kadlekai recipe | masala peanut chaat recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. peanuts are a source of many recipes within indian cuisine and also for overseas. primarily it is used as a supporting ingredient which is used either by blending it as a paste or either by adding as a powdered mixture. but this recipe is unique and made as chaat recipe, and served as starter or appetizer.
instant bread gulab jamun
bread gulab jamun recipe | instant gulab jamun with bread with step by step photo and video recipe. basically a quick and cheat version to traditional khoya gulab jamun recipe. in other words, breads are powdered to breadcrumbs which is then mixed with milk powder. it is then followed by the same procedure of khoya or milk powder gulab jamun. which is to deep fry in ghee and dip in sugar syrup.
christmas cake
christmas cake recipe | fruit cake recipe | plum cake recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. there are several traditional cakes for christmas, however this is the basic fruit cake which is typically prepared during christmas. some even do have specific christmas cake decorations for these plum cakes but i have kept it simple without any decorations.
dahi bhalla recipe
dahi vada recipe | dahi bhalla recipe | north indian dahi bhalle with step by step photo recipe. there are several versions of dahi vada within india which changes with the region. the south indian dahi vada is served as a snack with plain sweet curd. however the north indian or delhi dahi bhalla is pure chaat recipe and is spiced with green chutney, tamarind and chaat masala.
spicy alu chaat
aloo chaat recipe | how to make spicy alu chaat | potato chaat recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. basically a street food or fast food prepared by frying (shallow or deep frying) potatoes till crisp. later it is than spiced up with chaat chutney's like green chutney, imli chutney, chaat masala and topped with finely chopped onions and fine sev.
instant bread dosa
instant bread masala dosa recipe | instant bread dosa recipe with step by step photos and video recipe. this a unique and modern way of preparing a instant masala dosa or just plain dosa. this dosa is for those people who crave for fresh south indian breakfast, but is always short of time in early morning. obviously nothing can replace traditional rice and ural dal masala dosa, but this is not less than any dosa.
jhal muri masala recipe
jhal muri recipe | jhal muri masala recipe | jhalmuri or jhaal muri with step by step photo and video recipe. there are several recipes prepared from murmura or puffed rice but generally belong to street food snacks. one such popular recipe hails from kolkata street is the jhal muri recipe or jhal muri masala. one may confuse it with bhel puri from mumbai streets but is unique and native to bengali cuisine.
sabudane ki khichdi
sabudana khichdi recipe | sabudane ki khichdi | sago or sabakki khichdi with step by step photo and video recipe. the recipe is prepared by soaking the sabudana in water which later sautéed with bolied potatoes, groundnuts, green chillies and cumin. typically it is served mainly during fasting season as it is full of carbohydrates and is essential for fasting. but it can also be prepared for very similar to upma for breakfast.
maharashtrian kothimbir vadi recipe
kothimbir vadi recipe | maharashtrian kothimbir vadi recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. in marathi kothimbir means coriander leaves which plays a significant role in this recipe and hence the name of this dish as kothimbir vadi. while there are several ways to prepare this recipe, but the popular way is to deep fry and serve. it is ideally served as side dish for a meal, but can also be served for evening snack with masala chai.