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 Alu wadi | Paatra | How to make Alu wadi

Alu wadi or Paatra is a  popular snack from Maharashtrian and Gujarati cuisine. It is known as Alu wadi in Marathi and Patra in...

Puranpoli | How to make Puranpoli

Puranpoli is a popular sweet dish of Maharashtra made during Holi, Ganesh Chaturthi and other festive occasions. It is a flat bread stuffed with...

Kori Rotti | Mangalorean Kori Rotti

Kori Rotti is a traditional delicacy from the Mangalorean cuisine. “Kori” is the Tulu word for ‘Chicken’ and Rotti is crispy thin rice wafers....

Ambadi Bhaji | How to make Ambadi Sabzi

The indigenously available green leafy vegetable “Ambadi” in Marathi and Roselle in English, is one of the few leafy vegetables which can be safely...

Rajgira Thalipeeth | Upasacha Thalipeeth

The benefits of incorporating  rajgira (amaranth) in our diet is far too many. Apparently, it is a powerhouse of nutrition, making it worth a...

Sabudana Khichdi |How to make Sago Khichdi

Sabudana Khichdi is one of the most common dishes which people have when they are fasting. It is a perfect dish for those on...

Tomato saar | Mangalorean Tomato Saar

Tomato Saar is a traditional Mangalorean speciality. It is a simple “no frills” dish which goes well with rice, lemon pickle / mango pickle...

Surmai Fry | Crispy fried Seer fish

The days when you want to resort to some quick recipes and yet want to put together a tasty delicious meal, Surmai fry with...

Kothimbir Vadi | Maharashtrian tea time snack

Kothimbir Vadi is a famous traditional  Maharashtrian snack made with coriander leaves and gram flour. Kothmir Vadi can be served with any chutney as...

Tendli Kaju Sabzi |Manoli Beeja Upkari

Tendli Kaju Sabzi, popularly known as Manoli Beeja Upkari in Mangalore is a traditional dry sabzi from the Mangalorean (Konkani) cuisine. Manoli is the...
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