• Curry,  India,  Recipes,  Vegetarian,  Winter

    Bati chorchori

    emointhekitchen Today, we’re going to share with you a delightful Bengali recipe called Bati chorchori, which is a mouthwatering broccoli and potato curry. Get ready to be transported to the vibrant streets of Kolkata with this sensational dish! You will need: broccoli medium-sized potato cinnamon turmeric ginger onions garlic mustard seeds garam masala red chilli powder coriander powder chilli cumin sugar salt cilantro or parsley roasted salted cashews Procedure: Heat your cooking pot and add some oil. Once it’s hot, toss in the cumin, cinnamon and mustard seeds and let them sizzle and pop, releasing their aromatic flavours. Next, add the diced onions, chillies, ginger, and garlic. Saute them until…

  • Autumn,  India,  Recipes,  Vegetarian


    emointhekitchen Korma is a popular dish in Indian cuisine that is traditionally made with meat and a rich, creamy sauce. However, with the rise in popularity of vegan and plant-based diets, many people are looking for alternative ways to enjoy this flavorful dish. One way to make a vegan korma is by substituting the meat with vegetables, such as cauliflower and potatoes. Cashews, peanuts, and sesame seeds are often used in vegan korma to add a rich and creamy texture to the sauce. These ingredients can be ground into a paste and added to the dish to give it a smooth and velvety consistency.  This dish is not only delicious…

  • India,  Meat and Poultry,  Recipes,  Vegetarian

    Saffron basmati rice

    emointhekitchen Ah, saffron, basmati, rice – the holy trinity of deliciousness! Nothing beats the smell of fragrant basmati rice with a few strands of saffron. It’s a simple dish, yet it can transport us to another country with just one bite. And let’s not forget the health benefits – basmati rice is low in calories and nutrients, while saffron is a powerful antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties. So the next time you’re in need of some comfort food, make a batch of saffron basmati rice and bask in its glory. Your taste buds (and your body) will thank you for it! You will need: saffron 2 medium-sized onions 2 basmati rice…

  • Grains and Legumes,  India,  Recipes,  Vegetarian

    Aloo Gobi

    emointhekitchen This Aloo Gobi recipe is healthy, hearty and so easy to make! A classic Indian dish of potatoes, cauliflower and spices. It is a popular vegetarian dish that can be prepared in many different ways. Some people like to add peas or other vegetables to the dish or prepare it with curry sauce. It’s usually vegan, gluten-free and can be made with just a few simple ingredients. This recipe is baked, not fried, so it’s a healthier version of the traditional dish. So if you’re looking for a delicious, vegan, gluten-free recipe, this Aloo Gobi is for you. It’s easy to make, healthy and so delicious. Try it out…

  • Autumn,  Curry,  India,  Recipes,  Vegetarian

    Cauliflower curry

    emointhekitchen Cauliflower, a cruciferous plant, is grown from wild cabbage. It is part of edible flowers, has the refreshing taste of flower stems and is low in calories. It is rich in vitamins A, B, B2, and C and minerals phosphorus, calcium, sodium, etc. Winter is a good time to eat cauliflower. This cauliflower curry I dug up and shared this. If you like it, try making it and see. You will need: cauliflower olive oil chickpeas firm tofu pepper garlic ginger salt sugar  coriander powder cumin seeds curry leaves mustard seeds apple cider vinegar olive oil Madras curry powder salt scallions cashews salt Procedure: Preheat the oven to 220C.…

  • Autumn,  India,  Recipes,  Vegetarian

    Vegetable Sambar and Tamarind

    emointhekitchen The diet of most Indians is heavily influenced by religion, especially Hinduism. Hinduism teaches non-violence, all living beings should be valued equally. This is why a Lacto-vegetarian diet is encouraged and meat, poultry, fish and eggs are not recommended. However, Lacto-vegetarians eat dairy products. A healthy Lacto-vegetarian diet includes cereals, tamarind, lentils (dal), dairy products, vegetables, fruits and coconut oil. Spices such as turmeric, fenugreek, coriander, ginger and cumin dominate traditional dishes and add rich flavour. A plant-based diet is associated with many health benefits, including a reduced risk of heart disease, diabetes, and some cancers, such as breast and colon cancer. In addition, the Indian diet was particularly…

  • Curry,  Grains and Legumes,  India,  Recipes,  Winter

    Curry made of red lentils

    emointhekitchen This exotic recipe, full of fragrant spices, is a good example of how to prepare legumes in an interesting and tasty way. This is what one of them might look like. You can be creative and use any seasonal vegetable. I love dishes that are simple and require little work. One of them is this lentil curry, which basically cooks itself. Just throw all the ingredients into one pan and look forward to the result. Warm curry is an ideal dish for winter sleet. You will be happy to cook food full of flavours and aromas that is really easy to prepare. You will need: 3/4 cup red lentils…

  • Indian Chicken Saag
    India,  Meat and Poultry,  Recipes,  Winter

    Indian Chicken Saag

    emointhekitchen The myth that spinach is a huge reservoir of iron is very old. Already in 1870 a doctor. E. von Wolf published a study claiming that spinach has ten times more iron than other leafy vegetables. The true Spinach fever occurred in the thirties of the twentieth century and was caused by Popeye the sailor who owed spinach for his giant muscles. However, in 1937, German scientists came to the conclusion that spinach had only a tenth of the amount of iron originally assumed. E. von Wolf apparently caused this error by inadvertently moving the decimal point so that the spinach does not contain 30 mg of iron but…