Side Dish

All the best recipes, from masterchefs.


Thai Red Curry is truly delicious and simple to prepare. It consists of a red curry paste (a common ingredient for most Thai dishes), cooked in coconut milk along with aromatic spices and vegetables or meat of your choice.

This Kashimiri spin-off of the samewill leave you licking your fingers! A popular dish made during festivals and other auspicious occasions, this one is a perfect side for rice/roti/naans.

Paneer Kofta

Deep fried paneer koftas served in a rich, creamy onion and tomato gravy is one of the most mouth-watering curries you will ever come across. Served along with Indian breads & pulaos, this dish is sure to hold a very high place in your foodie hearts!

Aromatic and filled with garlicy, spicy, sweet and sharp flavours from the basil leaves, this is one dish that will make you oomph in delight and make it a regular on your weeknight dinner table. The perfect glaze from the sauce is a delight to they eyes making it a dish that you would want to savour with your eyes and mouth.

Spicy dry fish fry!

Chicken Thoran is a kerala style chicken stir fry.

A major chunk of the world’s population would rather pair their main dish with rice instead of bread. Of course by “major chunk” I am referring to Asia because rice is “BAE” on this side of the hemisphere. Whether it’s

Paneer Butter Masala is the reason why a non-vegetarian would indulge in vegetarian foodstuff. No kidding. Follow this utterly simple recipe and blow away minds at dinner tonight!

A popular dip from the Mediterranean, hummus is the life and soul of every Mezze platter or pita platter. The Egyptian native is made from cooked mashed chickpeas – and occasionally using other varieties of beans – blended with lime juice, olive

What do you do when your rice-loving palate wants to eat fancy but your body says “cook simple”? You resort to whipping up some delicious pulao, of course. Why? Because the preparation is easy to make and scores high on

Iddiyappam Amma and Appa are two intriguing characters on the cartoon show Simple Samosa. Both run their individual spa and Amma is known to care a lot for Samosa and his friends. So give your child this sumptuous dish as

A batch of piping hot and perfectly spiced bhindi crispy fried to perfection is just what you need to amp up your meal. Not only is this vegetarian preparation super scrumptious to gobble but is also supremely easy to whip

Amti Dal is a Marathi dish that uses arhar or tur dal as its main ingredient and draws flavor from goda masala, jaggery, and coconut. The dal is a tantalizing balance between mildly spiced and a hint of sweet with

Usal is a classic Marathi dish that consists of a main ingredient – like sprouts, moth beans, etc – stir fried with mild spices, curry leaves and chopped veggies of choice with a slight curry. The usal makes for a

MANGA PACHADI

The tangy and sweet Manga Pachadi is a very tasty and special dish we make on Tamil New year’s day, 14th April 2018. Advance #TamilNewyear wishes to everyone

This is an easy to prepare vegetarian stew with Yam, Sweet Potato and crunchy Green apple which goes well with appam, rice, pulao, Roti or bread.

Pepper is such a spice in Tamil style cooking and gives dishes not just heat but depth and immense flavour. This pepper chicken recipe is an absolute and perfect for anyone looking for a spicy chicken curry with warmth and heat from whole spices!

Mutton Chukka Varuval is a lip smackling recipe serve as a sidedish with rice, pulao, briyani or as starter. Mutton chukka is not very regular in our menu but whenever we get in to the hotels, its mostly briyani or chukka as its our favourite.

Brinjal chutney is a very tasty and delicious dish made with brinjals. Learn how to make Kathirikkai Thogayal following this easy recipe.

No meal is complete without a sumptuous and healthy side of greens to compliment the meat and carbs with. Not only is it a great way to keep up with the health angle of your meal but, if cooked properly,