Rajma chawal or rajma rice is delicious rajma masala (red kidney beans masala) mixed with rice, a comfort food for many who grew up eating this great combination of carbs and protein. Cooked kidney beans is excitingly flavoured with a wide array of indigents ranging from ginger and green chillies to tomatoes and onions, spices and masala powders too and then mixed with rice.
Kadi chawal is a universal favorite for all North Indians. This Indian yogurt curry with rice is prepared by putting fried fritters in yogurt based curry. Kadhi chawal is sour dahi kadhi prepared with curd, besan, masalas and given a tadka of dried red chilly and served with besan pakodas. It is mildly spiced. Goes very well salad, roti and rice
Chole masala or chana masala is one of the most popular curry dishes from India. chickpeas are cooked with onions, tomatoes and lots of spices. This is a mixed rice where the rice is cooked separately, the chole is done separately and finally everything is mixed together. The addition of chaat masala and amchur gives its a wonderful unique flavour.
Daal chawal is a dish quite popular in Nepal and India. It consists of lentils and rice, and it is recommended to use both red lentils (masoor) and yellow lentils (moong). The lentils are cooked until mushy, typically flavored with cumin and coriander for extra flavor. A scented oil infusion called tarka is often added to add even more flavor to the combination. When done, the lentils are combined with fragrant basmati rice, creating a staple vegetarian dish.
Indian chicken curry is made in the style common to the hamlets in Konkan, along the west coast of India. Using bone-in chicken lends the meat a richer, gamey flavor that's in keeping with how this dish was traditionally made, using free-roaming birds. A heavy hand with spices, including turmeric, coriander, cumin, and cinnamon, plus plenty of chili, leaves this dish intensely flavorful and fiery and it is Serve over white rice.
Lamb curry is an easy and wholesome meal to put together. This Indian lamb curry is made with tomatoes and onions cooked with spices for a rich, hearty dish that's perfect to make for a crowd. While it takes a little while to cook, this from-scratch curry is mostly hands-off. By the time it's done cooking, the sauce is flavorful and fragrant and the lamb is fork-tender.Boneless lamb shoulder works best for lamb curry, or chopped lamb stew meat. The dish is delicious served with steamed basmati rice.