Kobi Cha Zunka | Kobi chi bhaji (Peeth Perun) | Cabbage Zunka

Kobi cha zunka is a typical Maharashtrian style recipe prepared by sprinkling roasted besan (gram flour) over the cooked kobi (cabbage) which is infused in basic spices. Kobi in English means cabbage. At home, instead of calling it kobi cha zunka we normally call it peeth perun kobi chi bhaji. “Peeth Perun” means a sprinkling … Read more

Stuffed Aloo Paratha | Stuffed Aloo ka Paratha Recipe

30SharesLet’s learn how to make stuffed aloo ka paratha using simple method. I was never fond of aloo paratha since my childhood. I tasted so many version of this famous aloo paratha in restaurants but never seemed to like it, no matter what. That’s the reason I never tried it until now as I was … Read more

How to make Dabeli -Popular Indian Street Food

85SharesLet’s see how to make this popular street food snack. Dabeli is one the most popular Indian street food of India originating from kutch region of Gujrat. A spicy, tangy potato filling along with some raw onions, pomegranate kernels and spicy peanuts filled into soft buns called as pav along with tamarind chutney and garlic … Read more

Kothimbir Vadi | How to make Popular Maharashtrian Kothimbir Vadi

88SharesKothimbir Vadi is a quintessential Maharashtrian snack made using fresh coriander leaves (cilantro) along with gram flour with addition of some earthy spices & herbs. Kothimbir means Coriander Leaves (Cilantro) & Vadi means squared slices that are made by cutting the batter. Kothimbir Vadi’s is a spicy, crispy flavourful Maharashtrian snack. These kothimbir vadi can … Read more

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