Dal Vada

Learn how to make Dal Vada/ Wada recipe at home. Today I am going to share Monsoon special recipe – Dal Vada. Dal Vada – A Popular Indian Snack and Street food are quite famous in the southern part of India. These vada’s are packed with full of flavor, fried to crispy and crunchy. Absolutely…

Oil-Free Okra | Stuffed-; Okra |Masala Bhendi | Bharwa Bhindi

Hello Friends, Learn how to make OIL-FREE Stuff Okra/ Bhendi. This steam stuffed Bhendi is a very tasty and nutritiously healthy authentic recipe. Especially it is a very good recipe for the people who are suffering from heart disease. The zero oil use in the recipe and Bhendi’s low calories & high dietary fibre property…

Pizza and Pasta Sauce

Are you planning to make pizza or pasta at home for your friends and family?  Here is the recipe of the pizza sauce, which can be made quickly and easily at home too. Read how to make Homemade Pizza and Pasta Sauce. It is a very simple & quick recipe to use as a pizza…

Mokali Dal | Vatali Dal | Prasad Dal

Mokali dal is a traditional authentic Maharashtrian recipe. Mokali Dal is distributed as Prasad on the day of Ganapati visarjan, Anant chaturdashi or on the evening of Mangalagauri. It is a nice side dish too. During Ganpati festival we generally offered sweet Prasad to Ganpati Bappa, but at the last day of festival, according to…

तांबूल |Tambul | Mouth Freshener

Tambul means Mouth Freshener! From olden days Tambul has its own importance. In Maharashtra, Vidarbha region Tambul is offered to Goddess ‘Renuka Mata’ at Mahur. During the festival of Gauri-Ganpati this recipe is prepared as Prasad. Generally, eating Paan after heavy meal of any festival is a part of a tradition. In our house, my…

Tondali Bhat | Tendli Chawal | Ivy Gourd Rice

10 mins read: Tondali Bhat / Ivy Gourd Rice are an excellent tasty dish from Maharashtra. Delicious variety rice with sliced Ivy Gourds/ Tondali Bhat makes a perfect lunch box dish too. It is a traditional Maharashtrian no onion no garlic one pot meal. This Maharashtrian Tondali Bhat is typically made during gatherings or special…

Gopal Kala | Dahi Kala

Gopal Kala is observed during the eighth day of the Krishna Paksha (waxing phase of moon) in Shravan month. The day falls after the Shri Krishna Jayanti day in Maharashtra. The Gopal kala name for Dahi Handi festival comes from a dish prepared on the festival day. Today I am sharing with you all, Krishna Janmashtami Special…

Beetroot Koshimbir | Beetroot Salad

A simple Salad today…!!! Grated Beetroot, spiced up with a Mustard & Cumin seeds and Chilli tadka. Served as is or mixed in with Curd or Lemon Juice. It makes for a pretty and delicious side with any meal. You can add other crunchy veggies like Carrot, Radish and more. Beetroot Koshimbir (salad/raita) is a…

Gulkand Coconut Ladoo

Learn how to make Coconut Ladoo a traditional Indian sweet dish that is quick and easy to make at home. Festivals are around the corner and what is more perfect than sharing this delicious Gulkand Coconut Laddu with your siblings, family and friends. These tasty Ladoos are made with coconut and then stuffed with a…

Peanuts Ladoo | Groundnuts Laddu

As its time for all the festivals in India and sweet delicacies play a vital role in all those festivals. So instead of making the regular sweets this year try making a deliciously sweet and yummy Peanut Laddu at home. It is a simple, healthy and easy Indian sweet recipe which can also be shared…