Finger Licking Side Dishes

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Published: Wednesday, December 12, 2012, 18:40 [IST]
 
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Side dishes are also referred to as side orders. These side dishes are basically curry or gravies, salads, raitas, bread, chutney and pickles. Side dishes accompany the main course dishes by adding points to its flavour. These side dishes are complimentary and not compulsory. If you want to make your meal tastier and filling, you can add few side dishes.

Many people order or prepare side dishes when they have less delicacies for the main course. If you love to prepare side dishes at your home to complete the meal, here are few simple yet delicious side dish recipes for you. Take a look.

Spicy Mushroom Masala Recipe

Mushroom chilli or mushroom manchurian are ideal snacks for starters. You can try this mushroom masala as a side dish.

Onion Garlic n Green Chilli Raita

Try this spicy raita recipe that is made with onions, garlic and green chillies.

Sweet And Spicy Aloo Dum Recipe

Aloo dum is prepared by many methods at different places. However, this side dish recipe is prepared using tomato ketchup, grated coconut and Indian spices.

Coriander Chutney

Coriander chutney is one of the most popular side dish that is prepared by grinding coriander leaves with few spices and garlic.

Misti Chola Dal

Traditional Bengali recipe of making chola dal requires sugar too! This misti chola dal is made with sugar, dal and coconut.

Dal Tadka

This dal tadka is prepared in the dhaba style. Lots of spices are used to get the flavour and aroma of dhaba food.

Kollu Rasam

Kollu is a good source of protein and iron. If you want to include low fat diet foods to lose weight, try kollu rasam.

Peas Kofta

The recipe is prepared by making balls out of mashed peas, spices and flour.

Green Peas Cashew Nut Sabji

Cashew nuts can add an entirely different taste to your meal. If you visit a restaurant, you will find most of the curries are prepared with cashew nut paste.

Spicy Mushroom Masala Recipe: There are various mushroom dishes that you can use for preparing delicious dishes. Mushroom chilli or mushroom manchurian are ideal snacks for starters. You can try this mushroom masala as a side dish.

Onion Garlic n Green Chilli Raita: Raitas either sweet or salty are best served with rotis or rice. You can make a simple meal taste more delicious and finger-licking by serving it with any raita. Try this spicy raita recipe that is made with onions, garlic and green chillies.

Sweet And Spicy Aloo Dum Recipe: Aloo dum is prepared by many methods at different places. For example, in West Bengal, posto (khus khus) is used to make the gravy of the aloo dum thick. Whereas in South, grated coconut is used to make the gravy. However, this side dish recipe is prepared using tomato ketchup, grated coconut and Indian spices.

Coriander Chutney: Chutney is one of the most popular Indian side dish. It is like a pickle. People team up chutney with roti, rice, pour it over chaats or dip deep fried snacks in it. Coriander chutney is one of the most popular side dish that is prepared by grinding coriander leaves with few spices and garlic.

Misti Chola Dal: This sweet dal is a special side dish from the state of West Bengal. In Bengal, chana (Bengal gram) is known as chola. Traditional Bengali recipe of making chola dal requires sugar too! This misti chola dal is made with sugar, dal and coconut.

Dal Tadka: Dhaba style recipes are very common among the foodies. If you love to eat spicy gravies, just try the dhaba style recipe. This dal tadka is prepared in the dhaba style. Lots of spices are used to get the flavour and aroma of dhaba food.

Kollu Rasam: Rasam is one of the most popular side dish in South India. Be in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu or Andhra Pradesh, rasam is served with rice, sambhar and pallya. Kollu is a good source of protein and iron. If you want to include low fat diet foods to lose weight, try kollu rasam.

Peas Kofta: This is a delicious vegetarian side dish. The recipe is prepared by making balls out of mashed peas, spices and flour. These balls are then fried and dipped into a curry mix. This kofta recipe is extremely yummy and will be definitely liked by all.

Green Peas Cashew Nut Sabji: Prepared with cashew nuts and green peas, this Indian side dish is a special treat for vegetarian food lovers. Cashew nuts can add an entirely different taste to your meal. If you visit a restaurant, you will find most of the curries are prepared with cashew nut paste. So, do try this side dish today/

Which is your favourite side dish recipe?

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