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Churma Laddoo | How to make Churma Laddoos

Churma Laddoo - Healthy delicious laddoos made with wholewheat flour and jaggery. Ganesh Chaturthi, one of the prominent Indian festivals is here. It is celebrated...

Gopalkala | Naivedya for Krishna Janmashtami

Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is the birth day of Lord Krishna and is one of the most important Hindu festivals. Hindus celebrate Janmashtami by...

Narali Bhaath | Sweet Coconut Rice

Narali Bhaath or Sweet Coconut Rice is a traditional Maharashtrian dish cooked specially on Narali Purnima , i.e. a full moon day in...

Patolyas  | Manjal Irreda Gatti | Patolis

Patolyas in Marathi, Patolis in Konkani, Manjal Irreda Gatti in Tulu (Manjal Irre = turmeric leaves and Gatti = steamed dumplings)  - different names...

Pumpkin Puris  | Kaddu ki Puri | Bhoplyache Gharge

Pumpkin Puris known as Bhoplyache Gharge in Marathi is a Maharashtrian dish made with red pumpkin, wheat flour, semolina and jaggery. In Maharashtra, Bhoplyache...

Vaatli dal | Maharashtrian Vaatli Dal

Vaatli dal, which literally means “ground dal” is a simple Maharashtrian preparation, eaten as a side dish with lunch or dinner. This can be...

Phodshi Bhaji | Phodshi Sabzi | How to cook Phodshi

Phodshi is an uncommon leafy vegetable found in Maharashtra during monsoons. It resembles grass but is broader than grass, hence it is also known...

Five Lentils Dal | Paach Dalinchi Amti

Five Lentils Dal – Dal made with five different lentils, moong, masoor, tuvar, chana and udad dal. When it comes to food, one of the...

Potato Sabzi l Aloo Sabzi l Batatyachi Bhaji

Potato Sabzi is a simple and quick recipe made with boiled potatoes and spices. This good old potato sabzi goes well with pooris and...

Katachi Amti – a traditional Maharashtrian dish

Katachi Amti is a  Maharashtrian style spicy, tangy, runny dal made from the stock leftover from cooking chana dal. Generally, when Puranpoli is made,...
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