Jwaaricha Peethacha Upma is a savoury dish made with Sorghum Flour Upma

Jwaaricha Peethacha Upma | Jowar Flour Upma | Sorghum Upma

Jwaaricha Peethacha Upma (Jowar Flour Upma | Sorghum Upma) is a recipe from the Marathwada region of Maharashtra. It is a great way to incorporate Jowar into your diet; apart from making the ever-popular Bhakri, Sorghum Dosa, or Thepla. I have been trying to incorporate as much of millets as I

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Atukula Vadiyalu (Andhra Style Aval Vadam | Avalakki Sandige)

I absolutely love vadiyalu and hope to share many traditional Andhra vadiyalu recipes on this blog as time goes by. Last year I posted the recipe for Pela Vadiyalu and Vidya contributed a recipe for Saggubiyyam Vadiyalu. Today, it is the turn of Atukula Vadiyalu. Made with Atukulu (as Poha or Beaten Rice is

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Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi | Beerakaya Pottu Pachadi is made with the peel of ridge gourd.

Andhra Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi | Chutney with Ridge Gourd Peel

Beerakaya (called Ridge Gourd in English and Turai in Hindi) is one of my favourite vegetables. It is so soft, tender, and absolutely delicious. Apart from making Beerakaya Koora, we use the peel of to make a delicious Beerakaya Thokku Pachadi. The peel of the ridge gourd is rich in

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Nagpuri Gola Bhat

Nagpuri Gola Bhat | A Recipe from Vidarbha

Nagpuri Gola Bhat is a recipe that was requested by a reader of the blog. It is a rice dish from Nagpur in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, and was very new to me. So I loved learning about and making Nagpuri Gola Bhat. 🙂 Gola Bhaat is very simple to make and

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Kela Methi Sabzi | Ripe Banana Fenugreek Curry

Kela Methi ki Sabzi | Kela Methi Nu Shaak: Guest Post by Hetal Malde

You can rely on Hetal Malde to share some unique and delicious recipe with you. Remember her Fusion Delight; a delicious medley of Gajar ka Halwa and Apple Cinnamon Sauce? When she first posted this Kela Methi Ki Sabzi (called Kela Methi Nu Shaak in Gujarati) on one of the food

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Kacche Kele ki Tikki

Kacche Kele ki Tikki

This week is all about bananas. Why you wonder? Simple because we went overboard buying both ripe and unripe bananas. 🙂 That proved a blessing in disguise as there were a few banana-based recipes that I wanted to try. Today, I present the first of these, the Kacche Kele ki Tikki. My

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