Sabudana Khichdi

Advertisements Sabudana or tapioca pearls is commonly used in Indian cuisine, specially in Northern and Central parts of India. It’s used to prepare both savoury and sweet recipes. It’s very common in every household during religious fasting or during festivals. This Sabudana khichdi is a semi spicy , crunchy and soft recipe which can be …

Wheat Modak

Advertisements It’s Vinayaka Chaturthi today, and I miss my home back at Mumbai very badly. As the celebration is not the same everywhere. But I managed to prepare a sweet for Lord Ganesha as neivedyam   ( offering) . Modak is Lord Ganeshas favourite sweet which is usually prepared with rice flour dough but I have …

Aamras

Advertisements Aamras is the pulp of the tropical fruit mango which is prepared usually during summers.The pulp of the ripe mango is extracted usually by hand and consumed along with Pooris, roti or had as a desert.  Milk and dry ginger powder or cardamom powder is added to the pulp to enhance its flavour. Sugar is …

Pav Bhaji

Advertisements   PavBhaji is a very popular fast food in several parts of India specially in Mumbai. One can find PavBhaji served near all the street side stalls and restaurants. The thick glossy vegetable gravy served with buttered paavs are not only treat to our eyes but delicious too.  I often make it for breakfast …

Paaya / Goat Leg Curry

Advertisements Paaya or goat leg is very healthy and beneficial to encourage the bone health. The nutrition content in these trotters or goat leg makes the bone strong and is recommended for people who has calcium deficiency. It is usually made into soup form. Today I have made a spicy and delicious gravy using goat …

Sprouted Pulses Stir Fry

Advertisements     Sprouted Pulses Stir Fry !! A very quick and easy to make recepie. In this recepie I have used Malvani tikha masala which is a special masala powder used to make maharashtrian spicy gravies. You can use garam masala too instead of malvani masala. Preparation time: 5 mins Cooking time: 10 mins …

Palak Bhajiya (Spinach fritters )

Advertisements Winter has started here in India.. was craving to have something hot and chatpata .. As i had spinach leaves in stock thought of making hot and crispy bhajjiyas for evening snacks along with garma garam chai. Preparation time: 5 mins Cooking time: 10 mins INGREDIENTS: Palak / spinach leaves: 10 to 15 Gram …

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