Category: Restaurant style north indian curries

Veg Makkanwala – Restaurant style

Veg Makkawala is a restaurant style rich creamy gravy in which the mixed vegetables are simmered in the gravy. Here I have used red gravy base and white gravy base to make this recipe. This is another addition to my restaurant style gravies. It is a masaledar sabzi that goes well with roti, naan, kulcha, chappathi. without much ado we...

Stuffed Capsicum – Restaurant style

Stuffed Capsicum is one of my favourite side dish for roti. This can be made in different ways. Here I have stuffed potatoes in the capsicum. But you can also use mixed vegetable stuffing in the capsicum. In the same way, instead of shallow frying we can cook it in the oven. I have tried both the ways and it...

Dum Aloo- Restaurant style

Dum aloo is one of my favourite North Indian gravies.  There are so many versions of Dum aloo.  This is the restaurant style rich, creamy Dum aloo that tastes exactly like the restaurant one. Once you have made the white gravy base and red gravy base then it is very easy to  make this gravy.   INGREDIENTS Baby potatoes- 1/2 kg Ghee – 1...

Kadai Paneer- Restaurant style

Kadai paneer is one of the most popular North Indian curries along with Paneer butter masala, malai kofta, Palak paneer. The original authentic recipe calls for the roasted and ground kadai masla. But here I am posting the recipe for the restaurant style kadai paneer that is rich and creamy. To make this recipe we need to prepare the red...

Red gravy base for restaurant style North Indian curries

Rich, creamy North Indian curries are everyone’s favourite especially the paneer based curries. As everyone of us is keen in making it at home . To make it in the same way you eat in the restaurant, we need to prepare two bases- white gravy base and red gravy base. If you have these bases ready, you can make a...

White gravy base for Restaurant style North indian curries

Hi everybody!! Here I am with the base for North Indian curries. To make the restaurant style rich creamy North indian curries, you need two main bases – White gravy base and Red gravy base. Apart from this, you need Palak puree for some gravies like – palak paneer, Veg hyderabadi, etc., When you have the bases in hand, you...

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