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Pan recipes


Last Updated : Oct 18,2020



पॅन - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Pan recipes in Hindi)
પૅન - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Pan recipes in Gujarati)
A pan is the most important and common utensil used in kitchens across the world. It may be a broad pan, a deep one, or a kadhai. Pans are available in various sizes – small, medium and big, and of various metals and alloys.

From small iron kadhais to large copper-based, tin-coated pans used by caterers, there is no end to the variety of pans that are available in the market. Have a go at recipes like Aloo Methi, Achaari Baingan, Chole, Coconut Toffee, Dal Banjari and French Onion Soup, to realise the sheer variety of dishes that can be cooked in this humble vessel.

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Recipe# 39981
21 Jun 15

 
 
by Motions and Emotions
No reviews
Choco- Til Ladoos are loaded with nutty cashews, flavorful and crunchy sesame seeds and a magnificent sweetener jaggery, that adds a burst of taste as well to these ladoos. The coating of chocloate lends a sweet, tantalizing flavour, making this an irresistible delicacy, especially with kids.
Recipe# 39041
05 Dec 13

 
 by damyantiben
No reviews
Fara a traditional recipe from Varanasi is healthy as it is steamed. Fara can be made salty, sweet, plain or stuffed. This traditional Indian recipe is cooked like the traditional ravioli of Italy.
Recipe# 39053
12 Dec 13

 
 by Amarendra Mulye
No reviews
Dalimbi Bhaat or Field beans Rice is a traditional Maharashtrian delicacy and is cooked on special occasions. Though this recipe is not as popular as Masale Bhaat, it is still cooked in many Maharashtrian homes.
Festive Chawal
Recipe# 39064
20 Dec 13

 
 by Currysutra
No reviews
Festive Rice is a delightful preparation of basmati rice with whole spices, medjool dates, green frozen peas and pistachios. The dates add a delicious sweet taste and flavour.
Recipe# 39074
24 Dec 13

 
 
by Shailaja Reddy
No reviews
Soy milk vegetable pulao, rice cooked in soya milk with vegetables, tofu and mild spices that complement the rice is nutrient rich and good for health.
Recipe# 39075
24 Dec 13

 
 by Foodie #606537
No reviews
Sticky rice pudding is a traditional kheer like sweet. Simple fruity sweet dish with a creamy texture and coconut flavour. Served garnished with nuts is a connoisseur’s delight.
Recipe# 39076
24 Dec 13

 
 by Foodie #583160
No reviews
A vegetarian version of classic chinese rice. Pepper flavoured rice is served with fragrant gravy made of vegetables and sauces.
Recipe# 39026
29 Nov 13

 
 
by damyantiben
No reviews
Originally pilaf or pilav, plov, palao, polu and pulaw is a staple food and a national dish in afghan, uzbek, tajik, and bukharan jewish cuisines. Here is the vegetarian, aromatic and healthy pilaf for your loved ones.
Recipe# 39027
30 Nov 13

 
 
by damyantiben
No reviews
Tickle your taste buds with this creamy and cheesy risotto mildly spiced with Indian flavours. It is just heavenly when served piping hot on a cold winter evening.
Recipe# 39028
30 Nov 13

 
 by Radha Hoizal
No reviews
Chana Dal Rice Kheer is South Indian delicacy prepared mainly on the festive days. This recipe is ambrosia for all sweet lovers, especially those fond of kheer.It is sweetened with jaggery and condensed milk and flavoured with elaichi powder.
Recipe# 39029
30 Nov 13

 
 by Radha Hoizal
No reviews
Unlike kheer this sweet recipe can be enjoyed anytime.The sweetness and flavour imparted by the white chocolate makes it all the more pleasing to the palate.
Recipe# 39031
01 Dec 13

 
 
by shalinivenkatesh
No reviews
Pepper Puliyodharai is a South Indian rice delicacy. The tangy and spicy tamarind paste adds taste and flavour to the rice.If you like it spicy add more pepper powder.
Recipe# 39185
14 Aug 15

 
 by anikar01
No reviews
Poondu Puli Kulambu, a traditional South Indian recipe like sambhar that is usually had with rice, but tastes equally good with idlis and dosas. It is like a curry of Onions and garlic in tamarind gravy, perked up with a very flavourful tempering. Although a variety of spices are used, the sesame, u ....
Recipe# 39205
01 Jul 15

 
 by Prreeti
No reviews
Banana Chips or raw banana wafers flavoured with rock salt and black pepper powder are an all time favourite, crunchy-munchy jar snack, that can be easily made at home. You can enjoy these chips anytime, also on days when you are fasting.These popular chips are loved by young and old alike!
Recipe# 39343
27 Jun 15

 
 
by PRACHI AGARWAL
No reviews
Ginger Cantaloupe Drink, melons are hydrating, the lemon juice provide the required freshness, ginger adds flavor and blends well the other ingredients. In all what you get is a healthy and refreshing summer drink! An excellent way to intake vitamins A and C and replenish your body.
Recipe# 39370
25 May 14

 
 by Foodie #613379
No reviews
This recipe is very good for children as it is very nutritional. It has a rich amount of proteins and can be prepared easily.
Tempered Carrot Salad Or Carrot Tadka
Recipe# 39428
01 Jul 14

 
 by Sonali Arun
No reviews
This is a very simple, easy to make recipe. It is a great change for those of you tired of chewing raw carrots. Here, the carrot is boiled to enhance its sweet flavor. The tempering provides a strong aroma and distinct flavor to this dish. If bugs bunny had an option, trust me, he would choose t ....
Recipe# 38737
19 Jun 15

 
 by sarika deepak jain
No reviews
Andhra Pulao, flavoured subtly and aesthetically with a blend of South Indian spices that will tease and please your palate. Serve with fresh curds, to complement the spicy nature of this delicacy.
Eggless French Toast
Recipe# 38770
24 Jun 15

 
 
by Aditya Vikram Shah
No reviews
Eggless French Toast, here is how you can sweet start your day with this vegetarian version of the classic French breakfast. Just dunk each slice of bread in thick custard and cook on a griddle till golden brown and serve with honey, maple syrup or chocolate sauce to make it more delicious.
Recipe# 38721
23 Aug 13

 
 
by Nupurs UK Rasoi
No reviews
This moong daal payasam is one such healthy dessert, which i can eat anytime. For those who haven't tried any south indian payasam made of dal yet, this is a very good dish to start with. Easy to make and deliciously rich in taste.
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