Dadpe Pohe Recipe

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Dadpe pohe is a delicious Maharashtrian breakfast recipe made with thin variety or poha tossed with fresh coconut along with herbs & spices. It is a healthy & filling snack recipe that is easy to make. Very unique in taste and texture. This is a vegan, beginner & bachelor-friendly recipe that comes together in just … Read more

Chawal ke Pakore | How to make Rice Pakora

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Rice pakora in English means Rice Fritters. These are crispy fried snack recipes made with leftover cooked rice which is mixed with besan (gram flour) along with flavourful spices and then deep-fried. This is a vegan & gluten-free recipe. Rice pakora are also known as Chawal ke pakore in Hindi and Bhatache vade in Marathi. … Read more

Shimla Mirchi Chi Peeth Perun Bhaji | Besan Shimla Mirch Sabji | Capsicum Stir Fry

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Shimla Mirchi in English is called Green Capsicum (Bell Peppers). It is known by several names such as dhobli mirchi, capsicum, bell pepper. Shimla Mirchi chi peeth perun bhaji is prepared by sprinkling roasted besan (gram flour) over the cooked Capsicum which is infused with basic spices. “Peeth Perun” means a sprinkling of gram flour … Read more

Boondi Raita | How to make Boondi Raita

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Raita is an Indian accompaniment made using yogurt as the main ingredient which is either spiced up or kept plain. Raw or cooked vegetables, fruits or Indian crispies such as boondi or shev are added to this yogurt. Raita is a healthy & delicious accompaniment to many Indian dishes such as Biryani, Theplas, Parathas, Curries … Read more

Coconut Chutney | How to make Nariyal ki Chutney

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Coconut is a quintessential ingredient that is used abundantly in cuisine across the western coast of India and south India. Coconut Chutney is one of the most popular & versatile condiments that is served along with most of the South Indian dishes such as Idli, Dosa, Vadas, etc. Made out of fresh Coconut pulp that … Read more

How to make Cabbage Besan Chilla

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Cabbage Chilla is a savory Indian pancake that is made using gram flour along with some added spices and finely chopped cabbage. This cabbage besan chilla is simple to make and very nutritious. These chillas are protein-rich, vegan, and gluten-free and are prepared using minimal ingredients that are easily available at home. Being low in … Read more

How to make Chinese Bhel – Indian Street Style

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Chinese Bhel is a popular street style Indo-Chinese recipe made using fried Hakka Noodles. Over the years as Indo-Chinse cusine became popular, many roadside food stalls started serving lip-smacking Indo-Chinese fusion food such as Chinese Pakora (Fritters), Chinese Spring Dosa, and many others.  But among them, the most popular Indo-Chinese street food is Chinese Bhel. In the … Read more

Lasnachi Chutney | Sukhi Lasun Khobra Chutney | Garlic Coconut Chutney

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Lasnachi Chutney also known as garlic chutney, lehsun ki chutney is a popular condiment made in almost every household and used as a side dip in Indian street foods. Lasun means Garlic and Khobra mean Coconut. Dry coconut is used in making this chutney along with dry red chilles, tamrind, and lots of garlic. This … Read more

Maharashtrian Ratalyacha Kees |Shakarkand Upma | Grated Sweet Potato Stir Fry

upvas vrat recipe of ratalyacha kees sweet potato upma

Ratalyacha kees (Grated Sweet Potato ) is a traditional Maharashtrian recipe made by grating the sweet potato and tempering it with herbs & spices. This is a gluten-free, no onion no garlic recipe, beginner-friendly, upvas / vrat recipe. About Ratalyacha Kees Ratala in English means Sweet Potato and kees means grated. Hence ratalyacha kees means … Read more