Eggs and dill fry marries the aromatic dill with the robust eggs to give rise to an earthy and homely dish that can be eaten at any time of day: for breakfast on toast of for lunch with any flat bread or for dinner as a side with rice and gravy — or you could just mix it with rice.
The heat is on, on the street, inside you head, on every beat. And the beat’s so loud, deep inside, the pressure’s high, just to stay alive. ’Cause the heat is on! Both the song and the chicken pepper fry gets me all pumped — bring it on, life — it’s definitely a feel-good dish.
Sometimes a salad, sometimes a dip and sometimes a side dish, curd pachadi or yogurt pachadi pairs really well with biryani and pulao. It’s made with fresh vegetables and curds, resulting in a refreshing light and crunchy salad. It cools your body, and eases the main dish into your body.
Made with just 7 ingredients, this simple tomato chutney is the perfect accompaniment to dosas and idlis, and makes for a tasty base for tomato rice. Quick, simple, nutritious, and equal parts sour and spicy. It’s sort of like pickle (Indian pickle), you know. Yummm!
Crispy bits of aromatic potatoes and cauliflower give way to softer and creamy insides, making aloo gobi a delightful, mildly spiced accompaniment to your rotis. This Indian-style potato and cauliflower lets the real heroes — potatoes and cauliflower shine through.