Poha Mathri – Teatime Snack

We all love to munch some snacks with our hot cup of Tea or coffee, may be it in morning breakfast or evening time. Poha, upma, besan cheela are the common snack or breakfast items. How if by using the ingredients of same items we innovate a new dish for our breakfast or as an…

Mawa Rose Strawberry Modak- Festive Special

Ganesh Chaturthi is around the corner and we all are busy in preparation to welcome Lord Ganesha Amidst all the preparation going on, the important preparation is to make Modaks We all know Modaks are our Ganesha’s favourite and offered as Prasad to Lord Ganesha Traditional Modaks are made using milk, rice flour,jaggery and coconut…

Ajwain Panjiri- An Instant Recepi

As we all know we celebrate Janmashtami as birth of Lord Krishna. This day is celebrated all over the world. Celebration starts from 12.00 A.M and continues with Matki Phod( Dahi Handi) throughout the day. Many People keep fast on this day. As this day is celebrated as Hindu festival, hence feast is prepared in…

Pachdhari Halwa – Traditional Dessert

I am back with one more traditional dessert recepi for Sawan Somvaar. Being third Somvaar of this month, I am taking you all back to my childhood days. This Halwa I am relishing from my childhood days specially in Sawan Month as it used to be served as Prasad to Lord Shiva specifically in this…

Jaggery Churma Ladoo -A Traditional Sweet

In my Previous post I mentioned about Shravan/Saawan month and how auspicious month it is for Hindus. This year we have five Somvaar(Mondays) in Shravan/Saawan Month. Mondays are considered special in this month as we pray to Lord Shiva in this Month,specially on Mondays, where people keep fast and worship Lord Shiva. This week I…

Meethe Chaval (Sweet Rice) – An Indian Dessert

Shravan ( Saawan) is the fifth month of Hindu Calendar. It is the beginning of Chaitra Mas(month) and is the most auspicious month of chaturmas. This month is a start of holy period of four months July to October. Lord Shiva and his wife is worshipped during this Shravan Month. Shravan Somvaar(Mondays) are considered special…

Beetroot Capsicum Pulao – Healthy One Pot Meal

We all know the health benefits of Beetroot. Beetroot is a great source of fiber,Iron, magnese Potassium and vitamin C. Other than these it helps in improved blood flow, lower blood pressure etc In our Previous blogs, we have shared many recepies such as beetroot sandwich dhokla, beetroot cutlets, kofta, mirchi pakoda and many more…

Chakki Ki Sabji- A Unique Recepi

We all have Roti’s/Parathas/Naan/Puri’s made of wheat flour, so basically wheatflour is used to make Indian breads. Have you ever made Sabji using wheatflour? Yes, you heard me right, Sabji out of wheatflour.I have shared many famous Rajasthani Recepies before also. Today the recepi I am sharing is again a famous Rajasthani dish. Chakki Ki…

Misal Pav – A Snack Recepi

Misal Pav is a maharastrian snack recepi where sprouts are cooked with spicy masala and are served with Pav. The final dish is topped with “farsan” or “sev”, onions, lemon and coriander. It is usually served with bread or rolls toasted with butter and buttermilk or curd and papad. Misal is prepared in different ways…

Chinese Bhel – Mumbai Street Food

Chinese Bhel is a snack item which is popularly available in streets of Mumbai. It is a combination of crispy noodles with sauces and sauted veggies. Although I am not a big fan of it, as compared to our original bhel but my family loves it. It is very easy to make and can be…