20 Rita Arora recipes – authentic Indian cuisine to try today

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Georgie Radu
Georgie Raduhttps://exquisiterecipes.com
I am a medical microbiologist who loves delicious food, writing and lists. :)

People don’t often get the chance to try real Indian cuisine. Unless you have a trip to Delhi planned soon, chances are you only have access to western-adapted Indian restaurants that try their best to give us an authentic experience. However, I have to admit I love the food I find at the local Indian restaurants in my town. While dreaming about a trip to Asia, sometimes I try to recreate the taste myself in my own kitchen. As you already know, Youtube is one of my favorite strategies for inspiration. I have recently found a very nice Indian chef who is a successful Youtuber – Rita Arora recipes.

I love reading about recipes from all around the world and have articles on whatever I can find and am able to store here, on the blog. I feel like people give their best to share their cuisine with us and we should at least spread the word for everyone to enjoy the recipes. Just like Madiskarteng Nanay or Claudia Regalado, everybody is trying to share their culture with the world.

Who is Rita Arora?

Rita Arora recipes is a Youtube channel owned by a famous home chef from Delhi – Rita Arora. According to her “About” page, she has won over 90 cooking contests! She describes herself as versatile in world cuisines, as well as innovative in style and taste. Her channel currently has 1,39 million subscribers. She speaks Indian, but her videos have English subtitles and instructions in the description.

Rita Arora recipes

As a professional cook and Youtuber, Rita Arora has 35 playlists with hundreds of recipes. I will try to post some recipes here, but you should go and browse her channel to get the full experience. 🙂

1. Spring Onion Flaky paratha

Paratha is a type of bread very popular in Asian countries such as India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and the Maldives. It is a different type of bread from Naan, as it is rather fried in a pan than baked.

2. Til Bugga, Winter Special Recipe

Til Bugga is a very popular dessert, with a few simple ingredients: 1-liter milk, 1 cup sesame seeds, 1/2 cup desi khaand/sugar, 2 tbsp cashews, 1/2 tsp cardamon powder.

3. Easy breakfast recipe – Rita Arora recipes

4. Sugar-Free Dry Fruit Barfi

5. Raja Rani Paratha, SuratStreetFood

6. Double Decker Sandwich – Rita Arora recipes special

7. Trending Veg Wraps | Paneer Wrap | Beetroot Wraps 

8. Brown Rice & Rajma Masala

9. Protein Salad

10. Ragda Pattice Recipe | Mumbai Street Style Chaat

11. Bakery Style Double Chocolate Muffin

Chocolate muffins are great not only because they are delicious, but also because you can just throw one in your bag and have it as a snack during the day! I enjoy collecting chocolate muffin recipes to try when I feel like eating something sweet from time to time.

12. Chinese Maggi Masaala Noodles – Rita Arora recipes

13. Paneer Masala Sabji without Onion Garlic

14. 10 Minutes Recipe | Sweet Crunchy Vanilla Roll

I was intrigued by this idea because I had never before seen such an interesting way of creating a dessert. This will be a great way to impress guests during holiday season!

15. South Indian Chutney Coconut Chutney, Tomato Garlic Chutney

16. Instant Healthy Snacks Recipes – Rita Arora recipes

Did someone say healthy snacks?

17. Restaurant Style Tandoori Soya Chaap Masala

18. Milk Cake Recipe, Authentic Indian Sweet

19. Homemade Sub Sandwich | Multigrain Subway Sandwich

When you feel like you’re out of sandwich ideas, try one with Indian inspiration!

20. Butter Naan, Garlic Naan, Stuffed Naan & Masala Naan – Rita Arora recipes

Most, if not all of Rita Arora’s recipes are vegetarian. What I love most is how she tries (and succeeds!) to bring us very down-to-earth recipes. Everyone can try them, even if we are not in India (desserts, sandwiches, veg rolls, etc.). I gathered here a list of accessible, easy-to-try recipes that everybody can give a chance to (in my opinion). I feel like cooks from all around the world need to be supported in order to bring us more and more recipes for different levels of knowledge.

I’d like to know if you try any of her recipes and if you like her style and ideas! Leave a comment if you’d like to share your experience with us or if you’d like to add any advice about Indian cuisine!


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