Khavyachi Satori, Khava Poli, or Mawa Roti

Making Satori last week was rather an adventure for me. It started with me looking for a Mawa-based sweet for Holi. I did not want to make Mawa Gujjiya as it was very common. So as I searched for other Mawa- or Khoya-based sweets, I chanced upon Amarendra Mulye’s Gulkand Satori. I loved the recipe but still kept looking

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Raintha – Dates and Spinach Raita – A Kangra Valley Dham Recipe – Fiesta Friday #47

I have already talked about the Dham or the traditional village feast at a Kangra Valley Wedding in my post on Mandra (Chickpeas in Yogurt). While I loved the Mandra, the dish that made a lasting impact on me was the Raintha, a traditional raita made with Khajur, Palak, and Walnut Paste.

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Masala Toast – Mumbai Street Food

Truth be told, I am not a big fan of sandwiches. I find them bland, cold (I am a  fan of warm/hot food) or then just too unwieldy to eat in polite company. The only form of sandwich that I can remotely consider eating is the Masala Toast; it is hot

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