Enjoy this diwali with an oil free, no deep fry recipe. Baked Shankarpali is baked instead of deep fried. Happy Diwali
Category Archives: Maharashtrian Cuisine
Microwave Modak is a quick to make Modak recipe and would be a perfect dish for this Ganesh Chaturti festival.
This is a modified version of the traditional Modak recipe for a Microwave is used for the cooking instead of a traditional gas stove.
The recipe remains the same, taste remains the same. Less mess and less time consuming dish,
Vada pav is my favorite street food on the streets of Mumbai. No trip to Mumbai is complete without tasting this delicacy. Ingredients: For vada Potatoes (2 large, boiled & mashed) Green chilly (1, chopped) Onion(1, chopped) Turmeric powder(1 tsp) Chilly powder(2 tsp) Coriander leaves(few, chopped) Salt as per taste. For batter Bengal gram flour/besan
Ingredients: Rice flakes (1 tbsp) Cooking oil (1 tbsp) Mustard seeds (1/2 tsp) Cumin seeds (1/2 tsp) Asafoetida powder(a pinch) Split black gram daal(1 tsp) Curry leaves (few) Onion(1 medium size, chopped) Salt (as per taste) Green chilly (1, chopped) Turmeric powder (a pinch) Roasted Peanuts or masala peanuts (1 tbsp) Sugar (1 tsp) Lime
Rava ladoo is very simple to make and made with only 4 ingredients. It is a combination of Semolina, sugar, some ghee and dry fruits. Ingredients: Cashew nuts(roasted in ghee, 1 tbsp) Semolina(1 cup) Powdered sugar (1/2 cup) Cardamom powder (a pinch) Ghee(1/3 cup, melted) Method Heat a pan, add semolina and broil it in
Kariji is a sweet dish made with refined flour and stuffed with coconut, poppy seed and dry fruits. It is deep fried for a crisp finish. Ingredients for 10 karinjis: For the dough: Maida/Refined flour (1 cup) Semolina( 1/3 cup) Ghee/unsalted butter(1 tbsp) Salt( a pinch) Milk (1/3 cup, warm) For the filling: Dried shredded