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 Dinner Menus from Ragda Pattice to Mysore Masala Dosa

  Last Updated : Oct 26,2018






Dinner Menus from Ragda Pattice to Mysore Masala Dosa

Dinner Options to Delight Your Family

Tell us frankly – have any two days ever been the same in your life? Then, why settle down to having the same meals every day? Some days are hectic, some are happy, some are stressful, some are light – why not have a dinner that matches your day, or rather balances it, so that at the end of the day you feel nothing but happy and contented?

That is precisely why we have put together this collection of dinner menus for you. With recipes from across the country, these dinners are bound to be satisfying and fun as well. Not only that, all these dishes will appeal to both young and old.

We begin with a peppy dinner of Bhel Puri and Ragda Pattice on Monday, to keep up with the tempo of the bygone weekend. On Tuesday, when you are past the bustle of Monday and have a little time to plan something more elaborate, we suggest a sumptuous dinner of Aloo Kulcha, Dal Makhani and Gobi Simla Mirch, all very droolworthy North Indian delicacies. Wednesday can feature a fun-packed dinner, which is also convenient to prepare. With our simple recipe, you can prepare bhaji quite easily using the pressure cooker. Pair it with some pav, and you are all set to dig into a yummy Pav Bhaji. Keeping with the Mumbai roadside theme, you can also make a stunning Pav Sandwich, which is handy, tasty and sure to be enjoyed by everybody.

De-stress yourself on Thursday with a rustic, haveli style dinner of Bhakri, Khatta Moong Dal and Batata Chi Bhaji. These homely dishes are not only easy to make, but also require only common, everyday ingredients, so you do not have to plan much ahead. As the weekend mood sets in, let’s travel down South, with the all-time favourite Mysore Masala Dosa. Couple it with Sambhar and if you find the time, you can also make another snazzy accompaniment like the Malgapodi and Tomato Coconut Chutney.

Your week’s all set now! We are sure this week will fly by happily and leisurely for you, for even busy days will pass in anticipation of the awesome dinner that’s waiting to be cooked and enjoyed in your own comfortable kitchen. You no longer have to settle for boring dinners; nor do you have to run down to a nearby restaurant. Spend some relaxing time in the kitchen cooking up a sumptuous dinner, and watch the smile bloom on your loved ones’ faces. Undoubtedly, your heart too will soar with joy!



Day Dinner Idea
Monday Ragda Pattice
Bhel Puri
Tuesday Aloo Kulcha
Dal Makhani
Gobi Simla Mirch
Wednesday Pav Bhaji
Pav Sandwich
Thursday Bhakri
Khatta Moong
Batata Chi Bhaji
Friday Mysore Masala Dosa
Sambhar
Malgapodi and Tomato Coconut Chutney

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dinner menus from ragda pattice to mysore masala dosa

ragda pattice recipe | mumbai ragda pattice recipe | how to make ragda pattice | ragda recipe | with 60 amazing images. Ragda Pattice is an ever-popular snack served piping hot by the roadside food vendors of Mumbai. Aromatic, tasty and filling, this ragda pattice snack often doubles up as a meal for many. Mumbai ragda pattice recipe is basically potato patties drowned in ragda, a gravy with white peas and spices. Laced with chutneys and topped with crunchy sev, this chatpata snack is absolutely mouth-watering. We show you in detail how to make ragda. While it kindles your appetite with its tongue-tickling flavours, ragda pattice is also filling enough to appease your hunger! Relish this awesome snack on Mumbai’s roadside ragda pattice on a wet monsoon day, surrounded by friends or family – it is truly an incomparable experience. Enjoy our ragda pattice recipe with detailed step by step photos and video below.
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Mumbai street style bhel puri | bhel | bhelpuri enjoy with 20 amazing pictures. Think of bhel puri and the first thing that comes to mind is Mumbai street style bhel puri. From the famous Chowpatty beach to Juhu beach and street foods of Mumbai, you will find bhelpuri, very delicious and quick evening snack. Wanting to make something very delicious and quick for evening snack? Bhel Puri such an exciting snack to munch on. Though bhel puri chaat is also a pleasure to watch the chaat wallah whip up this tongue-tickling street food, make it at home is always healthier and efficient. Bhel puri sold on every street corner in Mumbai, and now widespread in other Indian cities and towns too. Almost every street has its own friendly bhelwala with his inimitable blends of chutneys and masalas. Mumbai street style bhel puri is a wonderful preparation of puffed rice tossed together with a lot of tangy chutneys, aromatic seasonings, crunchy veggies and flavourful garnishes. Now, you can recreate the magic in your own kitchen with this simple recipe. We have prepared bhel puri by taking, puffed rice which is the main ingredient to the dish, added onions, boiled potatoes, khajur imli ki chutney, green chutney, garlic chutney, fresh coriander, chaat masala, lemon juice, sev and crushed papdi and mixed everything together. The bhel puri is ready to be assembled. Divide the mixture into 4 equal portions and garnish each portion with sev, papdis, masala dal, raw mango, coriander and 1 papdi. If you have all the chutneys prepared and stored bhelpuri can be prepared in a jiffy, not only bhelpuri but any chaat can be prepared quickly. Bhel is a delectable combination of papadis, puffed rice, sev, onions, potatoes, raw mango and chutneys. The proportions of the various chutneys can be changed to adjust to your personal preferences. Toast the puffed rice to make bhel crisp before using it to make bhel. If you store the puffed rice, sev and papadi and refrigerate or freeze the chutneys, you can rustle up a heavy snack in a jiffy for your hungry kids returning from school. Enjoy Mumbai street style bhel puri | bhel | bhelpuri |with detailed step by step photos and video below.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Aloo Kulcha is a delicious, flavour-packed Indian bread , which is stuffed with a tasty, mildly-tangy potato mixture. A sprinkling of black sesame seeds and chopped coriander on the rolled dough boosts the aroma and flavour of the Aloo Kulcha manifold. When cooked on the tava, these ingredients get toasted and give out an awesome aroma. Make sure to brush the kulchas with a little butter before serving, to make the taste even richer! You can serve the Aloo Kulchas with Paneer Pasanda or Punjabi Chole .
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dal makhani | how to make dal makhani | dhaba-style dal makhani | punjabi dal makhani | with 30 amazing photos. Dal Makhani or maa di dal, as it is popularly known in the Punjab, with its smooth velvety texture and lovely flavour is a delicacy that is very much a dish of the Punjab. Enjoy our Dal Makhani recipe with step by step photos and video. Every Punjabi restaurant, roadside eating place and food stall vendor makes the claim that Punjabi Dal Makhani is a delicacy that they alone can make to perfection. This my own tested recipe dare I claim it as the best? Dal Makhani is traditionally cooked on a low flame overnight and allowed to thicken. Using a pressure cooker helps cook the dal in a jiffy. Serve hot with naans. Also do try other recipes that combines beautifully with fresh tomato pulp like Kashmiri Dum Aloo or Cauliflower Stir-fry .
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There is something magical about cauliflower. It seems so common, but lends itself to a variety of preparations from everyday fare to exotic dishes. Here, for example, it combines with peppy capsicum, everyday spices and spice powders to make a tongue-tickling Gobi Simla Mirch that you can serve with roti or enjoy just by itself! You will surely enjoy the tang lent by tomatoes and the super aromatic touch of kasuri methi in this mouth-watering dish. Besides subzi, cauliflower can be used to make Cauliflower Parathas , Cauliflower and Oats Tikki and Cauliflower and Broccoli Pie .
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 by Tarla Dalal
Mumbai’s all-time favourite street food is now so much more easier to prepare, with our handy kitchen helper – the pressure cooker! Temper, sauté, pressure cook, that’s all there is to preparing a delicious bhaji to accompany fresh, butter-toasted pav buns. Served with onions and wedges of lemon, this Pav Bhaji tastes just like the original, but can be prepared easily for sudden guests or for kids returning home from school.
A very interesting Pav Sandwich, which is somewhere mid-way between a regular sandwich and vada pav, but as exciting as both together! Basically, it involves less work than vada pav because you do not need a vada but it is almost as tasty because it uses garlic chutney and assorted masalas including pav bhaji and garam masalas. The choice of vegetables layered between the pav is also such that you get a balanced texture, with a bit of crunchiness and a bit of juiciness too. Coriander, as always, peps up the whole arrangement, creating a fresh burst of flavours on your palate! Serve the Pav Sandwich immediately on preparation. If you are loking for recipes using pav bhaji masala check these out- Pav Bhaji Dhokla , Pav Bhaji , Pav Bhaji Burger , Pav Bhaji Sandwich , Pav Bhaji Fondue , Pav Bhaji Toast , Bhaji Pulao and Chat- Pata Pav .
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 by Tarla Dalal
bhakri recipe | Gujarati Style Biscuit Bhakri | Kathiyawadi Bhakri | with 16 amazing images bhakri recipe is typically biscuit-like bread flavoured with ghee and cumin seeds. The Kathiyawadi Bhakri is popular in Maharastra and Gujarat cuisine. Generally, there are two types of bhakhris—one is Gujarati Style Biscuit Bhakri while the other is puffed up whole wheat bhakri recipe served with ghee. I would like to share 4 important tips to make the perfect bhakri recipe. 1. Gradually add water to knead into a stiff dough. If the dough becomes soft then the bhakris will not become crispy like biscuit. My grandmother makes use of milk to knead the Gujarati bhakri dough. 2. With the help of a rolling pin rollGujarati Style Biscuit Bhakri into a 100 mm. (4”) diameter thick circle. It should be thicker than paratha. If the edges crack too much when you roll the bhakri then you may need to add some water or milk additionally to make the dough little smooth. 3. Once rolled, make small groves evenly over the rolled Gujarati bhakri using the edge of the rolling pin, as shown here. By doing so the bhakri will cook uniformly. 4. Keep flipping theGujarati bhakri every 30 seconds to 1 minute and pressing it with the khakhra press till golden brown spots appear on both the sides and it turns crispy. It would take around 8-9 minutes for a Gujarati bhakri (Kathiyawadi Bhakri Recipe | Gujarati Style Biscuit Bhakri recipe) to be cooked completely. If you cook the bhakris on a high flame you will notice that brown spots will appear very quickly, but it will be under cooked from inside. If you plan to take Kathiyawadi Bhakri along when travelling, make them smaller and crispier. In any case, apply pressure when cooking so that the insides get cooked evenly. Serve the bhakri immediately off the tava with Trevti Dal. Enjoy how to make bhakri recipe | Gujarati Style Biscuit Bhakri | Kathiyawadi Bhakri with detailed step by step photos below.
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 by Tarla Dalal
The use of whole green gram or moong is very common in day-to-day Gujarati fare. Khatta moong is a lovely recipe that features cooked moong simmered with curds and spices. The use of curds bestows a unique, sumptuous feel to this recipe. Garlic-lovers can even add a little garlic paste to add a whole new dimension to this item.
The simplicity is what lures one to this recipe! So easy yet unbelievably flavourful, the Batata chi Bhaji is a no-fuss preparation of potatoes perked up with the traditional Maharashtrian tempering of cumin seeds, curry leaves and green chillies, with crushed peanuts for crunch, aroma and an irresistibly nutty flavour.
Mysore masala dosa recipe | Mumbai style roadside Mysore masala dosa | Mysore Dosa | with 65 amazing images. This is Mumbai’s own version of Mysore masala dosa. While the traditional Mysore masala dosa features chutney-smeared dosas with a simple potato masala rolled inside it, Mumbai’s street vendors offer a more exotic version, in which crispy dosas are smeared with a sweet, spicy and tangy Mysore chutney and rolled up with a unique masala of chopped and grated veggies perked up with our very own pav bhaji masala. This gives it an absolutely peppy and ‘local’ taste, as well as an interesting mouth-feel! Very sumptuous, this snack is nothing short of a complete meal, when served with hot sambhar and fresh coconut chutney . I would like to suggest 7 tips to make the perfect Mysore masala dosa. 1. In case if you have purchased the dosa batter from the market and you find it thick, then add water as required to get a pouring consistency batter. 2. Add some sooji (rava) to get crispy brown dosas. 3. Ensure that the Mysore chutney is a little thick which will help in easy spreading on the dosa. We have used around 1 cup of water for blending. 4. To make the Mumbai style roadside Mysore masala dosa, heat a non-stick tava. Grease it with ½ tsp of butter. Butter for greasing is used to season the tava and form a layer that helps in easy removal of the dosa after cooking. This initial greasing is done only once before making the dosas. 5. Sprinkle little water on the tava, it should sizzle immediately. If the water is not sprinkled, the excess fat will make the spreading of Mysore masala dosa very difficult. 6. Wipe the tava using a clean muslin cloth or folded tissue. This is to clean and make the tava ready for spreading the dosa batter. If there is any fat on the tava, the dosa will not spread evenly. 7. Spread the dosa batter in a circular motion using a ladle. Our website has a huge collection of over 129 dosa recipes, glance through these different types of Dosa recipes to learn more dosa varieties. Enjoy how to makeMysore masala dosa recipe | Mumbai style roadside Mysore masala dosa | Mysore Dosa | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
This is one South Indian dish that needs no introduction, and probably the most versatile of them all. Each family uses the ingredients in various proportions. You can also try varying the quantities depending on your preference. The vegetables added to sambhar (or any kuzhambu) are referred to as ‘thaan’. Various thaans include drumstick, potato, colocasia, radish, carrot, capsicum, pumpkin, brinjal, ladies finger etc.
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 by Tarla Dalal
This delicious chutney of tomatoes, onions and coconut becomes very easy to prepare if you have Malgapodi on hand. A procedure that otherwise involves roasting dals and spices is averted by using the Malgapodi instead. Now, it is as simple as blend-and-serve! The Malgapodi and Tomato Coconut Chutney is a quick-fix accompaniment that you can whip up in a jiffy to serve with a breakfast of idli and dosa. It can even be used innovatively as a peppy sandwich spread. You can store it in the refrigerator for two days, to use readily when required. See detailed step by step photos and video of Malgapodi and Tomato Coconut Chutney recipe below.
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