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Tawa pulao is avery popular street food in Mumbai. It is spicy and has a unique taste and colour because of pav bhaji masala and addition of red chilli paste and spices.
Who doesn't love chaat? The backbone of any good chat is the chutneys for chaat. This garlic and red chilli chutneys an integral part of chaat. It enhaces the taste of chat. It is versatile too and can be added to any gravies or curries or sandwich or had as accompaniment to rotis or rice.
This dry garlic chutney is known as lasoon khobryachi chutney in Marathi. It is served with vada pav and batata vada in Mumbai. But it is so versatile and yummy that it goes with everything, yes, everything!
Turai or ridge gourd is a nutritious vegetable, which is low in calories and is mild yet full of flavour. This is an underrated vegetable as it is not a favourite of most people. But when made well, it can be enjoyed by everyone. And our way of making the khichdi is unique yet simple. So is this menu.
Beetroot cutlets look tempting, taste yummy and are nutritious too. We have made a yummy gluten free version of the vegetable chop without compromising on the taste. These cutlets are a must try.
Today we are beginning a series of simple everyday meals. This will give us good vegetarian lunch ideas. We are going to show mooli ki kadhi […]
Ukkarai is a traditional Diwali Sweet made in Tamilnadu, especially Tirunelveli district of Tamilnadu. This sweet evokes many fond childhood memories of Diwali. Many sweeet are mmade for this festival. But ukkarai is a must in our family. To date, no Diwali celebration in our house is complete without this awesome, yummy sweet.
This bun dosa from idli batter has lot of childhood memories associated with it. I used to love it when my amma made this for me as a quick recipe when I came home hungry from school. It tasted yum and was quick to make. I googled and did not find this dosa yet on the internet. But this was a recipe that I had to share. I had to make a small contributin towards reviving long forgotten traditional recipes which need to be tasted and mde by the new generation. - Sathya
Kozhukattai is steamed rice dumpling. This traditional Indian sweet is made on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi in South India. In Maharashtra there is a variation […]
Puli Inji is a tangy sweet-sour pickle. This inji puli, which is also made with slight variations in Tamil Nadu, is actually a speciality of Kerala. […]
Diwali and no adhirasam? Ask any South Indian! Most likely the reply will be “chance illai”. Adhirasam or athirasam as it is called in Tamilnadu is […]
Aval puttu is a dessert made out of poha or beaten rice and jaggery and seasoned with grated coconut cashew nuts and cardamom powder. Aval puttu […]
Amritsari chole is an awesome Punjabi-style chickpea curry and a delectable North Indian recipe. This pindi chole has a lovely burst of flavours and aroma. Besides […]
CHAULAI SAAG RECIPE: For this chaulai recipe, start off by washing the amaranth leaves very well and chopping them roughly. Keep it aside. Heat oil in […]
Avakai Pickle or Avakaya Pachadi is the famous raw mango pickle from Andhra. It is packed with aroma and flavor from the mango itself which should […]
Your humble cabbage or gobi is not only easy to chop and prepare, but also proven to be an excellent antioxidant containing anti-inflammatory properties! Does your […]
This one-pot dal rice recipe is from Gujarati cuisine. This dal bhaath recipe is called ek top na dal bhaath in Gujarati. This instant one-pot dal […]
The instant recipe to enlivening any meal is instant pickle. While these may come across as unimportant and secondary items served in small quantities in the […]