Chilli Gobi | How to make Chilli Gobi

Chilli Gobi

Chilli Gobi is one of the many popular street foods available across the country. Though I haven’t exactly eaten from the roadside eatery shops, I have surely tried it in restaurants. This is very much similar to how Gobi Manchurian is made but its spicier with green chillies and capsicum being added. Fried Gobi features […]

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Alshi Ladoo | How to make Flaxseed Ladoo

Alshi Ladoo Recipe

A for Alshi Ladoo / Alsi Ki Pinni – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets Welcome to the Journey through the Cuisine, where I am doing an A to Z on Maharashtrian Sweets. It’s been a wonderful learning experience, reading through the many blogs I chanced on while searching for the appropriate alphabet. For A, I had […]

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Pizza Pinwheel Recipe | Pizza Rolls

Learn to make Pizza Pinwheel recipe from scratch. For the second day of Pizza Snacks, it’s Pizza pinwheels or rolls. I guess this was the most sought out version in the marathon till now. Many have posted this and seeing my kids love towards this, I can understand why everybody wanted to make this. Coming […]

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Macaroni in Tomato Sauce, Indian Style

Macaroni in Tomato Sauce prepared with Indian Spices makes a delicious one pot meal for any time. This is a quick and easy dish to make. Macaroni often kindles memories of childhood Sunday Breakfasts at parents home. Amma pretty much had a list that went around through the weeks. And one Sunday was dedicated to […]

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Beaten Rice with Jaggary and Banana

Beaten Rice with Jaggery and Banana makes a healthy after school snack. I started this year with the intention of making more kid approved dishes, with focus on those that are really hit with my kids. I managed some handful of those dishes. At least I am happy that what got posted were really their […]

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Vazhakai Bajji ~ Banana Fritters!

Vazhakkai Bajji

Vazhakkai Bajji or Aratikaya Bajji is one of the most popular deep fried fritters available in South India. This is raw plantain slices deep fried in chickpea batter. I am not sure if this version of bajji is sold in other parts of India, though I know for sure its available on the streets and […]

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