Onion Jeera Rice – Cumin Fried Rice With Onions

Front view of fried onion and cumin rice.

Onion jeera rice or jeera fried rice with onions is a tastier version of the cumin fried rice in ghee. This fragrant cumin rice with onions is the perfect accompaniment to any dish!

Red, Green, and White Rice – East Indian Tricolor Rice

Strips of green red and white rice in a platter.

A more colorful version of the jeera rice or jeera fried rice, the East Indian tricolor rice is pink/red, green, and white in color. Fragrant and tasty, it’s often eaten for Christmas and other festive occasions!

What to do with leftover Rice

Image collage of what to do with leftover rice.

Wondering what to do with rice leftover from yesterday? Here’s a recipe list of some amazing dishes to make with leftover rice.

A Zillion Ways to cook Rice

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Rice is such a versatile food that it can be cooked in a zillion ways. Here are different ways to cook rice!

Indian Jeera Rice – Cumin Rice

indian cumin rice in a black bowl.

Jeera rice or jeera fried rice is an easy-to-make rice of cumin fried in ghee. Try this jeera rice recipe and you’ll start making it for everyone you know!

Easy & Tasty Burnt Onion Rice

Burnt onion rice in a white platter.

Burnt onion rice is a different sort of tasty rice! All it needs is a few onions and a handful of nuts and you can easily eat it on its own or with chutney.

Traditional East Indian Wedding Rice

East Indian wedding rice in a white platter.

East Indian Wedding rice is a delicious and tasty dish served at most East Indian weddings and special functions. This rich rice goes well with curries, dals and salads too!

How to Cook Rice Perfectly Like Us Indians?

Individual separate grains of plain boiled rice Indian style.

Have you ever wondered why these Indians (including me) keep boiling their rice with so much extra water? Why won’t they just use the right amount of water so the rice cooks! The answer is really simple!

Dal Bhat Tarkari, The Nepalese Superfood!

Dal Bhat Tarkari in a thali on a blue table mat.

Dal Bhat Tarkari made with rice (Bhat), lentils (Dal), and (Tarkari) is perfect for trekkers on strenuous journeys in the Nepali Himalayas. Find out more about its background and how to cook it here.

Chicken Liver (Giblet) Stuffing

Chicken liver stuffing on a white plate.

The traditional East Indian stuffing for Christmas meals consist of a chicken liver and bread pudding that’s stuffed into the chickens’ cavity before roasting. Here’s how to make this delicious homemade liver stuffing that’s sometimes called a giblet stuffing.

Foogias: East Indian Balloon Bread

Ready foogias served in a plate.

Foogias are one of the many traditional East Indian varieties of bread. These golden-fried little balls of dough are soft as heaven and disappear as quickly as they’re placed on the table. Foogias are eaten with dinner or lunch and go especially well with moile, khudi, or sorpotel.

Ajwain Puris: Deepfried Indian Caraway Flatbreads

Ajwain puris.

Puris are an Indian flatbread made by deep-frying dough in oil. They can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, or even as a snack. Adding ajwain gives them a hearty and warm twist!

Trick For Puris! Indian Deep-fried Flatbreads

Crispy triangular puris on a bed of tissue paper.

Puris are literally one of the oiliest Indian flatbreads around, and tasty too! These deep-fried flatbreads can be eaten as a snack or even for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Traditionally, puris go perfectly with potato bhaji, or even sweet dishes like amras or shrikhand.

Tope – Chicken & Poha (Beaten Rice) Recipe

The traditional East Indian chicken tope is the perfect one pot dish for picnics

Special East Indian Chicken Tope is a marriage of our Portuguese cultural inheritance with our Konkan Maharashtrian Indian roots, a perfect all in one gluten free meal.