Til or Sesame is such an inseparable part of Makara Sankranti celebrations. In Maharashtra, the traditional greeting for Makara Sankranti is Tilgul Ghya, God God Bola (take a Tilgul and speak sweetly). For some unknown reason, the recipe for Tilgul is not on the blog and so here I amRead the Recipe
I learnt this recipe for Spicy Sabudana Khichdi with Coriander and Green Chilly Paste from a gentleman called Balasaheb Ardhapurkar, who tells me it is a recipe by his daughter-in-law, Shobha Deshmukh. Shri Ardhapurkar is an active member on a couple of Maharashtrian food groups that I am a part of and postsRead the Recipe
I have been trying to incorporate millets into various meals and was super thrilled to discover that millet flakes such as Bajra Flakes, Jowar Flakes, and Ragi Flakes are very easily available. So I used Bajra flakes to recreate the traditional Maharashtrian recipe for Kanda Pohe with Bajra Flakes. Bajra (PearlRead the Recipe
Talniche Modak or Fried Modak are very popular in Maharashtra. They are made in addition to the Ukdiche Modak or the traditional steamed Modak.
Can I let you in on a secret? Talniche Modak are far easier to shape and perfect than Ukdiche Modak.Read the Recipe