Maharashtrian Koshimbir

Maharashtrian Koshimbir

Maharashtrian Koshimbir is part of the Maharashtrian Thali or Lunch Menu, regularly served at home and at weddings as well. This is a fine blend of fresh vegetables, fruits with a Yogurt Dressing. Koshimbir / Kachumbar / Raita is traditionally made with fresh vegetables and fruits, has crushed roasted peanuts and tempered with mustard, cumin […]

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Aam ki Launji | How to make Aam ki Launji

Aam Ki Launji - Rajasthani Thali

Aam ki Launji is a quick and easy pickle to make with raw mango. This pickle is made by cooking the mangoes with spices and powders that make it a wonderful side dish for rotis. First of all when I decided to make a menu for Rajasthani Thali, I thought I could include so many […]

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Peas Paratha | How to make Matar Paratha

Stuffed Peas Paratha

Peas Paratha is a filling delicious stuffed paratha made with fresh peas in season. Spiced with different flavours, this stuffed peas paratha is easy to make. During winter when peas is in season, we often make different dishes with the fresh stock apart from freezeing major part of it for use during the later months. […]

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Mahjouba | How to make Algerian Crêpes

Mahjouba - Algerian Crêpes

Mahjouba are Algerian Crêpes, that are thick flaky flatbreads stuffed with a tomato based filling, a very popular street snack from Algeria. Though these Mahjouba are called as Algerian crepes, its actually a dough based flatbread made with just fine semolina and sometimes with a mix of fine semolina and all purpose flour. Flatbreads are […]

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Gulab Ki Kheer | How to make Gulab Ki Kheer

Gulab Ki Kheer is a delicate and delicious Kheer made with rice and dried rose petals. This thick creamy kheer, with a hint of the rose petals, makes this a wonderful dish to serve as dessert. For the final day of Festival Dish, I choose to make this delicious Kheer. I got a big packet […]

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Chalimidi ~ Sri Rama Navami Neivedyam

Chalimidi

Chalimidi is a traditional Andhra Sweet prepared during festivals, especially during Sri Rama Navami. This Andhra sweet prepared with just Rice Flour and Jaggery is very quick and easy to make. Most Indian recipes are a perfect Vegan Recipe by itself, except we tend to add ghee to many of it. Similarly, this sweet can […]

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