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A Collection of Instant Mango Pickles

I love pickles and often do not have the patience to wait for the pickling process to be completed. For me instant mango pickles are a lifesaver because I can make them on a whim and enjoy them immediately.

This a collection of instant mango pickles made in various states of India including Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, and Himachal Pradesh.

I will keep adding to this collection as and when I post more recipes.


Panchmel Dal | Panchkuti Dal | Panchratna Dal

I have been meaning to try Panchmel Dal | Panchkuti Dal | Panchratna Dal for a while now (ever since my trip of Rajasthan in the winter of last year) and finally made it this past weekend. As the name suggests, Panchratna Dal uses 5 different lentils. I used Chana Dal, Tuvar Dal, Chilkewali Moong Dal, Udad...


Bajrichi Bhakri | Bajra Bhakri | Bajra Roti

Bajra Roti (a flat bread made with Pearl Millet flour) is very popular in the Western Indian states of Gujarat, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. Called Bajrichi Bhakri in Maharashtra, this roti is made often in winter as Bajra generate heat in the body. Bajra Bhakri is much thicker than the regular roti and is eaten warm as it tends to become just a...


Gatte ki Kadhi | Rajasthani Dahi Wali Gatte ki Sabzi

Last month I spent over a week in Rajasthan. I was in and around Udaipur, and had the time of my life. While I was there I had a version of Gatte ki Sabzi cooked largely in an onion-tomato gravy and I had posted that recipe last week. However, I have always eaten Gatte ki...


Rajasthani Gatte ki Subzi | Gatta Curry

I went to Udaipur recently and one of the highlights of the trip was the great food: Rajasthani Gatte ki Subzi, Ker Sangri, Ghevar, Gajak, Rajasthani Kadhi, Dal-Baati-Churma, Pyaaz ki Kachori, Dal Kachori, and so much more. I had as much fun gorging on food as I has visiting the City of Lakes (as Udaipur is...

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