Dhuska

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Among many fritters, this is my family’s new favorite. “Dhuska” is a Jharkhand pakoda which could be served in breakfast or supper with tea in the evening. It is a deep fried rice and lentils’ batter. Thanks to...
Plantain chips

Kerala style Plantain chips

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Are you seeking some snacks for munching this winters? Well then, no more seeking ; when you can make yourself healthy munching snacks right from scratch. I am very fond of these plantain or banana chips and so...
Muradabadi Dal

Muradabadi Dal

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Everytime I talk to my close ones, we end up having a long conversation on food. I think its our nation’s food which has bound us together in such a diverse environment. 🙂 On one such day while...
Mawa Cake

Eggless mawa cake

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Cakes are almost everyone’s weakness !! When Halloween is round the corner, and you look for recipes around, here comes a rustic recipe of eggless Indian Mawa cake . This recipe is inspired from my friend Pranaya, who...
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Kothimbir Wadi

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin In this festive season, I was reminded of the “Kothimbir Wadi” ( Cilantro fritters) I ate once in a pure Maharashtrian restaurant(“Annapurna”) in Bay area. The thought itself was so enticing that I stood up to make them...
Sunehri mathri

Whole wheat Mathri

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Indian homes are bustling with the aromas of “Sweets” and “Farsaan”(savory snacks) again !! With the festivals , there comes a sweet air of freshness, happiness and yummy delicacies. But why to ignore our health while enjoying these...
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Hari-bhari kachori

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Back from a long vacation in India, which seems shorter now 😉 wanted to re-live those moments spent with my parents and sisters. So I tried these “Kachoris”. I was fed with all sorts of delicacies back at...
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Sirke-wali pyaz

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin In India, most of the “Dhabas” or loacal eateries serve this as a complimentary side with the main course we order. My hubby, who hails from Haryana, has fond memories of this dish served with “Dal Makhani” or...
Last year's prasad

Sooji ka halwa -Kanchak

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Sooji ka halwa or Sheera (Semolina pudding) is the most basic sweet dish in every Indian household. In our culture, it is prepared by the newly-wed bride as the mark of beginning her kitchen journey. This reminded me...
Shrikhand

Shrikhand

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin “Shrikhand” – a dairy product , Lord Krishna’s favorite sweet after “Maakhan” (butter) is now famous all over the world. Its simplicity, sweetness, creaminess will tempt you to make it again and again. I would call it an...