Papdi Chaat is considered one of the foods that originated from the street vendors of Mumbai, India. It is a melange of sweet and spicy chutneys topped on top of Pooris that tickles your taste buds and makes you want more.
This spicy garbanzo bean curry is made with garbanzo beans and various spices. It goes well with yogurt and rice or with bread.
Dum Aloo is a potato curry that is braised in a spicy yogurt sauce and goes quite well with hot Naan. This recipe uses cashew nuts to thicken the curry sauce along with poppy seeds. It is a nutritious dish and better eaten immediately after it is cooked.
Pulav is an aromatic rice dish usually made with meat. It was brought to India by the mughals when they invaded India long time ago. As is always the case, every time the invaders bring in new spices or dishes to India, be it the Mughals or Portuguese or Britishers or whoever, the dishes get blended with Indian culinary traditions. The result is usually an excellent tasting dish blended with various Indian spices. Pulav is no exception. The vegetarian version usually made with lots of spices and nuts and in this recipe Paneer which is an Indian cheese
The gluten-free zucchini fritters are made with farm-fresh zucchini along with various spices and flours. They are quick and easy to make and goes well with yogurt dip or chutney or ketchup if you so prefer.