Gajarachi koshimbir is nothing but a carrot salad in Maharashtrian style. It is very easy to make, nutritious and refreshing and you can enjoy it with your everyday meals.
Methi pithla is an easy, quick, gluten-free and nutritious recipe as the gram flour is high in protein, and the added goodness of methi leaves makes it more nutritional.
Aloo ka raita is a very refreshing side dish made with boiled potatoes, curd and some Indian spices. This super quick and easy to make dish goes well with any Indian meal.
Easy and delicious vrat ki recipes or fasting recipes which you can easily prepare on your fasting days like Chaturthi, Ekadashi, Navaratri, Shravan somvar, etc.
Makhane ki kheer is a delicious Indian dessert made with makhana/fox nuts, milk, sugar, dry fruits and flavored with cardamom powder and saffron.
Warps and rolls is one of the most popular street food in India. For these egg rolls, a whole wheat flatbread is covered with egg and filled with an interesting vegetable salad.
Dal makhani is one of the most popular dal/lentil recipe from Punjabi cuisine. Urad dal and rajma are cooked with generous amount of butter and cream and simmered on low flame for the unique flavor.
Gola bhat is a traditional Maharashtrian rice recipe specially prepared in Vidarbha region. Though this is the specialty of Vidarbha, it is typically known as ‘Nagpuri Gola Bhat’. As the name suggest, gola bhat is golas/balls of besan are cooked with rice, tempered with tadka and usually served with kadhi or tadka chaas.
Piyush is a very popular beverage in the Maharashtrian and Gujarati cuisine. This smooth and creamy drink is made mainly from shrikhand. Shrikhand (a thick yogurt based dessert) is mixed with curd/buttermilk and flavored with cardamom and nutmeg powder.
Rajgira sheera is also known as Rajgira halwa is an Indian gluten-free dessert made using rajgira or amaranth flour. Rajgira halwa is a very popular sweet usually made during Navratri festival or any other fasting days.