Bhejetebil Chop | How to make Bengali Vegetable Chop

Bhejetebil Chop

Bhejetebil Chop or the Bengali Vegetable Chop is a quintessential dish from the Bengals. This is a deep fried vegetable cutlet that makes a sinful dish to be served during evening tea! While I don’t drink tea or make elaborate dishes for tea time, during weekends it is a custom to nibble or munch on […]

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Ooty Varkey | Baked Chocolate Ooty Varkey

Chocolate Ooty Varkey

Baked Ooty Varkey is a popular snack from Ooty, Tamil Nadu. It’s a baked pastry that has mild sweetness, a little salty and very flaky. Ooty or Udhagamandalam is a hill station in Tamil Nadu and is famous for its Varkey biscuits or pastry that the locals bake and it is exported and also imitated […]

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Maharashtrian Kothimbir Vadi

Maharashtrian Kothimbir Vadi

Kothimbir Vadi is a delicious Maharashtrian savory snack made with besan, coriander leaves, and spices. These are cubed and seasoned before serving. For the Day 4 of BM#104 Sweets & Snacks, its Kothimbir Vadi from Maharashtra and in the Marathi language “kothimbir” or “kothmir” stands for coriander leaves. And the word ‘Vadi’ means cubes or […]

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Baked Handvo | How to make Savory Rice Lentil Cake

Baked Handvo Recipe

Baked Handvo or Savory Rice Lentil Cake is a Gujarat Special made with Lauki. Handvo is a classic dish from Gujarat. It’s more of a savory cake made with rice, lentils, and different vegetables. This can be served for breakfast or as a snack or for any meal. Traditionally it was cooked in a Handvo […]

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Palakayalu ~ Easy Deepavali Snack

Palakayalu

Palakayalu is a rice-based crispy snack from Andhra, made in both sweet and spicy version. This makes a delicious finger food for kids. This version is slightly sweet and salty, if you want a more spicy version, you can add green chili or red chili paste. The rice flour is cooked in hot water and […]

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Ghotua Ladoo | How to make Rajasthani Ghotua Ladoo

Ghotua Ladoo

Ghotua Ladoo is a traditional sweet from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. It is made with besan, khoya, and sugar, pound together to form the ladoo. When Vaishali had visited Jaisalmer, she shared the picture of this ladoo and said it was a melt in the mouth, tasted heavenly. On further asking how it was made, she said […]

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Motichoor Ladoo | How to make Motichoor Laddu

Motichoor Ladoo

Motichoor Ladoo is a delicious Indian Sweets very popular across all states of India. These ladoos are made with tiny boondis made of Gram flour and cooked with sugar syrup. The important factor for this ladoo being the tiny motis that are cooked and later added into sugar syrup to form ladoos. Making this is […]

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Ghevar | How to make Rajasthani Ghewar

Ghevar

Ghevar is a traditional Rajasthani sweet made during festivals like Teej and Raksha Bandhan. This tricky sweet is made with flour and soaked in sugar syrup. Ghewar has been on my todo list ever since I can remember reading about it. It becomes even more important I make this was that Hubby Dear had told […]

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Burhanpur Jalebi

Burhanpur Jalebi

Burhanpur Jalebi is a special sweet from Madhya Pradesh, made with Khoya locally known as Mawa Jalebis as well. While this sweet is made in other cities as well, Burhanpur is more popular for this dark sticky jalebis. This is made with a batter of Khowa, milk with little maida added for binding. The dark […]

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Arcot Makkan Peda | How to make Makkan Peda

Arcot Makkan Peda

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all my Readers! Arcot Makkan Peda is a delicious Indian Sweet hailing from a small town near Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India. It’s a deep fried ball made with flour, Khoya, curd, and ghee stuffed with nuts and soaked in sugar Syrup. Popularly known as the Arcot Makkan Peda, it resembles Gulab […]

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