Bhindi Bhaji (Maharashtrian Style) | Okra Fry Sabji

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24SharesBhindi bhaji in English translates to Okra Stir Fry Veggie and in Marathi we call it Bhendi chi bhaji. This is a delicious everyday Indian vegetable preparation. It is the most popular and nutritious vegetable prepared almost in every household across India. This is a diabetic-friendly, fiber-rich, vegan and beginner-friendly recipe. Bhindi bhaji is often … Read more

Methi Dal Recipe | Fenugreek Lentil Curry (Vegan)

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35SharesMethi dal is a comfort food made with fresh fenugreek leaves simmered in delicious Tovar dal/tur dal (pigeon pea lentil) that is infused with flavourful herbs and spices. This methi ki dal is also referred to as methi dal fry or methi dal tadka. This is a vegan, beginner & bachelor-friendly, diabetic-friendly, high-protein nutritious curry. … Read more

Pumpkin Soup – Healthy Pumpkin Soup Without Cream

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25SharesPumpkin soup is a healthy, nutritious soup made using red blanched pumpkin. This is a vegan, diabetic-friendly, beginner & bachelor-friendly, heart-friendly, nutritious, fiber-rich recipe. This is an Indian-style vegetable soup recipe is also called kaddu soup or kaddu ka shorba. Red Pumpkin is a staple vegetable in India. This veggie is prepared almost every day for meals and served along with flatbreads or as a side dish with dal rice.  Apart … Read more

Chavali Chi Bhaji | Chavali Chi Palebhaji | Green Amaranth Sabji

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20SharesChavali chi palebhaji in English translates to Green Amaranth and in Hindi is known as Cholai. This green leafy vegetable is also known as Hirva Math (Green Math Bhaji). This is a simple Indian stir-fry recipe packed with delicious flavours and full of nutrition. Chavali chi pale bhaji is a Marathi term given to green amaranth vegetable. … Read more

Egg Bhurji Street Style | Anda Bhurji (Mumbai Street Food)

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26SharesEgg bhurji is an Indian-style spicy scrambled egg recipe popularly known as Anda Bhurji. Egg bhurji is a high-protein, diabetic-friendly, keto-friendly and beginner & bachelor-friendly recipe. It won’t be wrong if I’d say, that egg bhurji is a staple food of Mumbai. This is one of the easiest recipes that is nutritious and packed with … Read more

Mod Alelya Matki Chi Usal Maharashtrian Style – Moth Beans Curry

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16SharesMatki Chi usal  is a traditional Maharashtrian dish made with sprouted Matki (Moth Beans). This is a protein-rich delicious and nutritious curry.  Matki is also known as Moth Beans, Mat Beans or Dew Beans. This is a vegan, protein-rich, diabetic-friendly, and nutritious recipe. Matki chi usal (moth bean curry) is very popular in Maharashtra and is often served with … Read more

Ambadi Chi Patal Bhaji | Maharashtrian Style Gongura Curry

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48SharesAmbadi chi patal bhaji is a traditional Maharashtrian recipe made with gongura leaves also known as sorrel leaves. This is a typical Maharashtrian curry preparation in which cooked ambadi leaves (Gongura / Sorrel leaves) are combined with besan (gram flour) along with basic minimal spices which are then tempered with garlic and mustard seeds. Ambadi in English means Gongura leaves or sorrel leaves. Ambadi … Read more