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Hara Lehsun Chutney Recipe


Hara Lehsun Chutney | Spring Garlic Chutney || How to make hara lehsun chutney with step-by-step photos and video

Hara lehsun chutney is a bit spicy aromatic and delicious recipe if you like the garlic taste then you should try this one green lehsun chutney

The best thing about spring garlic is that it is not strong and pungent like mature garlic. Spring garlic has this mellow quality about it that is not overpowering; the flavors are subtle yet distinctively garlicky.

Chopped hara lehsun chutney is prepared with just 4 ingredients ingredients are spring garlic, green chili, mustard oil, and salt quick and easy recipe that can enhance the taste of your meal, as well as  relish the flavor of its leaves


My Latest Video Green Garlic Chutney:

Hara lehsun comes in the winter season not available throughout the year like mature garlic, though mature garlic before grown-up is a form of spring garlic, it is mainly can be called baby garlic, I didn’t grind it like chutney I just chop and prepare it with mustard oil 


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Finely Chop the spring garlic and green chilies, and wash them in a colander


Put into bottle or jar


Add salt to the garlic


Pour mustard oil into the garlic


Mix well until everything is incorporated


Spring garlic chutney is done


Close the lid of the bottle, and spring garlic is ready to serve


Spring onion chutney is served
with dal chawalroti, and dal gosht or any flavored rice


Bagara Rice Recipe


Bagara Rice | Flavoured Rice || How to Make Bagara Rice with step-by-step photos 

Bagara Rice is a flavorful version of rice made with Basmati rice and fried onion. This recipe is from the popular Hyderabadi Cuisine from India. Which is known for its unique rich flavored vegetarian dishes? This cuisine has been influenced by Arab, Mughal, and Indian cuisine.

The Bagara rice recipe is simple and easy to make and still tastes like a professional chef's. This is not much popular in regular Pakistani restaurants  You don’t need to search for Pakistani restaurants to eat this food as you can make it by yourself in your kitchen. In comfort adjust the flavors to your preferences. Bagara rice with sprinkled fried onions on the top…yummm..without any further thinking, I can surrender myself.


I bet you this rice could be a better dish for a weeknight dinner. The perfect Bagara rice combination curry would be Bagara Baingan or this Instant pot potato curry. Bagara Khana would be awesome to eat with chicken curry or mutton curry. Other side dishes for this simple bagara rice are bagara baingan Mirchi ka salan and tomato chutney

What is Bagara Rice?

The Bagara Rice recipe is a less spicy version of Biryani without vegetables, meat, or masalas. Which is also called bagara khana or bagara chawal in Pakistan known for its Mughal cuisine. If you are running out of time or wish to make simpler everyday food, then this recipe might be your best choice.

Though it is simpler to make, it is equally as good as Biryani. A spicier accompanied side dish elevates the flavor of this Bagara Rice. It gives the full satisfying feeling of having special biryani still made in a vegan way.

  1. To make the perfect recipe  soak the rice at least for 2 hours
  2. Pour water equal to the rice quantity 
  3. Long-grain rice is the best for using bagara rice 
  4. For enhancing an aromatic taste can be cooked rice in pure ghee/vanaspati ghee 
  5. To give a nice brownish color to rice fry the onion until turns to a golden brown color

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Firstly wash the rice thoroughly under running water, soak it for 2 hours keep it aside

Take all ingredients and prepare all veggies


Boil 2.5 cups of water in a saucepan for 2 ½ cups of rice
Note: if your rice isn’t enough soaked then you use 1.5 cups of water for 1 cup of rice


      Add ghee and heat it, now add onion slices and fry it until light golden brown  

      Then add ginger garlic paste sauté it for a minute then add 2 tbsp water, Stir it now add black peppercorn, cumin seeds, cinnamon, bay leaf, green cardamom, and salt

      Stir it for a minute then add the drained rice and stir it well until the aroma arose. 
      Then add coriander leaves and green chili and mix them slightly, now add hot and boiled water, stir to mix well, and cover the lid

      Let it cook until pits/holes start appearing on top of the rice, now reduce the flame to low and sprinkle fried brown onion on top of the rice          

      Simmer the rice over a very low flame for 10 minutes. then turn off the flame

      Now Bagara Rice is ready. transfer to the serving dish 

      Bagara rice can be served with saladcurry dal, and raita


      Aloo Matar Tahari Recipe


      Aloo Matar Tahari | Aloo Matar Pulao | How to Make Aloo Ki Tahari Recipe with step by step photos

      Aloo Matar Tahari is a simple vegetarian one-pot dish made Right now, I just want to share this delicious tahari recipe with you, it is a basic combination of  rice, and potato with peas that can be added to vegetables by your choice even be added chicken, beef, or mutton for enhancing the taste additionally can be added stock as well

      It’s simple and delicious rice that normally is served with raita and salad or kabab etc it is one of my favorite meals that I like to have with raita and chutney. Tahari is prepared from Basmati rice or Ponia rice,ponia rice is a kind of basmati that is a bit broken up by a grain of rice. so here I am using ponia rice for making tahari. I am not using any stock or meat in it but you can as desired, So let's begin 

      Quantity of Water in Rice:
      For soaked rice 1 cup of water for 1 cup of rice
      For Unsoaked rice 1.5 cups of water for 1 cup of rice

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      Firstly soak the rice in warm water for 2 hours, take all ingredients, and prepare them all 


      Boil 6 cups of water for add the rice



        In the pot heat the oil, add onion slices, and saute for 2-3 minutes, then add whole spices, Fry with onion for a minute, then add tomatoes, mix them with onions and whole spices, and allow to cook for 2 minutes until tomatoes are soft


          Start to add spices and stir to mix well, splash some water if spices are sticking to the base of the pot, then add citric acid, green chilies, and curry leaves, stir them well


          Now add beaten yogurt, and stir to mix them until aroma arises, put peas and potatoes, and mix them well for a minute



          Now add water, bring to a boil, cover the lid, and let them cook till vegetables are soft


            Add soaked and drained rice, stir them well over low-medium heat, then pour hot and boiled water

              Bring to a boil and cover the lid, allow to cook them around 5 minutes over medium-high heat till the water has evaporated 


              Once the water has evaporated, reduce the heat and sprinkle coriander leaves, simmer it for another 5 minutes over very low heat


              Remove from the heat, and rest it for 5 minutes, after 5 minutes transfer to the serving dish, aloo matar Tahari is ready to serve with raita and saladchutney 

                Drumsticks Dal Recipe


                Drumstick Dal | Spilt Tuvur Dal || How to make drumstick dal recipe with step-by-step photos 

                Drumstick Dal is a wholesome and rich tuvur dal cooked along with drumstick and subtle spices and tadka to give it a great taste. All it takes is 20 minutes to make and makes a perfect weeknight dinner along with hot steamed rice

                The Drumstick Dal Recipe is a lip-smacking day that is packed with flavors from the onion, a lot of tomatoes, and green chilies and is given a delicious ghee tadka of curry leaves and cumin
                Adding drumsticks to your diet gives you a plethora of health benefits. Drumsticks regulate blood sugar levels, help improve digestive health, are great for developing stronger bones, help to purify the blood,  relieve respiratory disorders, and boost immunity

                This drumstick dal recipe is the way my mother makes it. I love the flavor and taste of drumsticks in the dal, rather than plain dal whenever I go to the market, I always make sure to buy drumsticks so that I can add them to the dal
                For the best result follow my detailed step-by-step photo instructions and tips

                Tips for making drumstick dal?
                1. I added the drumstick right in the beginning if you have very tender drumsticks, you could add them with the onion masala, the drumsticks that I had were not very tender so they got cooked correctly
                2. Sometimes, if you pressure cook the drumsticks, they get overcooked and lose shape, thus they mixed in the dal it doesn’t appear nice and while eating too the drumstick seeds pop in your mouth, so use common sense while cooking any recipe with drumsticks
                3. I have used arhar dal ( tuvur dal) called in English pigeon pea with the drumstick as the taste two combine very well with each other but you can experiment with the same recipe with moong or chana dal
                4. Cooking dal for 25 minutes under pressure is good enough but as you can see I just used a simple pot so it took more than an hour to be tender
                5. Then it is an important part of cooking arhar dal that you must soak dal in warm water for at least 30 minutes before cooking
                6. I had soaked the dal thus cooking time of the dal is reduced if you don’t soak it then you will have to increase the cooking time it is advisable not to add drumsticks in the beginning if you don’t soak the dal
                7. The most important step in making pigeon pea lentils is that first roast them in a pan for 5 minutes why did I do this because arhar dal causes a build-up of gas and bloating in the belly so taking the step helps to reduce the gassy elements from the dal
                8. Don't add salt in between cooking dal your dal won't cook soft and tender
                9. Serve Drumstick Dal along with Rice and a bowl of curd for a wholesome weeknight dinner or even a comforting lunch.

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                Clean, and wash pigeon peas of time in water and soak the arhar dal in warm water for an hour

                Take all veggies and prepare them all


                Take a pan and without adding oil, put soaked arhar dal along with  turmeric powder 

                And ginger garlic paste and roast them on medium-low flame for 5 minutes then pour water into the dal, mix up well

                Get it to boil then cover the lid and cook it for around an hour or until well-cooked

                Once the dal gets soft, put drumsticks, red chili powder, red chili flakes, coriander powder, amchur powder, and turmeric powder_Stir to combine them with the dal

                Pour water and again bring it to a boil


                Further, cook dal with drumsticks and spices till drumsticks become soft but not mushy care of it 


                Take another pan for making masala


                Heat the ghee and sauté the onion on medium flame_Keep frying onion slices by adding cumin seeds, curry leaves, chopped ginger, and green chilies

                Fry them with onion


                Next, put chopped tomatoes, and coriander leaves along with gram masala powder and salt 


                Cook tempering masala on a medium flame for 10 minutes


                Once the oil is separated 


                Add all tempering masala to the cooked drumsticks dal_Stir to combine well 

                And allow to simmer for about 10-15 minutes further

                Arhar Dal is ready to serve


                Transfer to the serving dish


                Serve with steamed rice or boiled rice with salad