Malvani masala is made in every malvani household,usually in month of may and is stored well to use throughout the year.Every family has their own recipe which is passed to bext generation.Since childhood I have seen all my aunt’s taking this Masala from my mom and use it on special occasions for special dishes This … Continue reading Malvani masala
This is very easy to make prawns masala dish,usually small size prawns are used if you are using large size prawns,cut them into 2 or 3 peices. This dish has a unique taste of Malawani masala and Kokum, fresh grated coconut can also be added to this dish before serving.Goes well with rice flour bhakri. … Continue reading Kolambi Chi Bhaji (Prawns Masala )
Whenever you buy crabs make sure you buy female crabs as they have eggs in their stomach,which gives extra flavour and thickness to the gravy.As per my mom,cleaning crab is an art.In crabs the two big legs (not the walking ones)are the most dangerous ones .The 10 walking legs are relatively very less harmful. I mostly … Continue reading Khekda Masala (Crab Masala)
Ingredients: 2 cups Boneless chicken pieces (Cleaned) 2 tbsp Oil. 1 cup Onion chiopped. 2 tbsp Malvani masala. 1/2 tsp Turmeric powder. 1 tbsp Ginger -Garlic paste. Salt to taste. 1/2 cup Vatan.(Ref Glossary). 2 tbsp chopped Corriander leaves. Method: Wash chicken well in sufficient water,drain and keep aside. Add salt,ginger garlic paste,turmeric powder … Continue reading Malvani Chicken
Malvan being a coastal area, coconut and fish along with rice forms our staple food,this fish curry made in coconut milk when combined with rice is a combination to die for.It goes well with rice,chapati,bhakri,ghavana almost everything……and tastes best if had a day after cooking.Most of the fishes like pomfret and surmai are cooked … Continue reading Malvani Prawns Curry
This is an Egg curry flavoured with Spicy Malvani Masala. Malvani cuisine is known for its spicy, non vegetarian delicacies.Home made Malvani masala is a core ingredient that is used in most of the recipes . For this curry, the raw eggs are directly dropped into the gravy instead of adding boiled eggs. If you … Continue reading Malvani Egg Drop Curry.
Olya Kaju Chi usal is a simple dish packed with flavours. A reciipe from Malvani cusine having Cashew nuts as the star of the dish . Cashews are used generously in Malvani cuisine,as it is freshly grown in this region, making it a popular ingredient in the kitchens lying in the malvani belt. The authentic … Continue reading Olya Kaju chi Usal
There are various recipes of making kobi bhaji,north indian style,simple Maharashtrian style etc… This one is made using malvani masala,is bit spicy and very flavour full.Malvani masala is easily available in market.Each malvani family has its own specific recipe for the same. Here i have added potato,even green peas can be added to this recipe.Goes … Continue reading Kobi Bhaji 2
This is a traditional Malvani dish served mostly with rice or bhakri. To be honest, I am not a huge fan of chawali but it was my dad’s favourite so in my childhood my mom used to make this dish at least twice a week…and I somehow used to avoid eating it….but now after so … Continue reading Chawali Aamti.
This is very easy to make prawns gravy,usually made dry to serve with bhakri…you can add little more water or coconut milk to make more gravy… This dish has a unique taste of Malawani masala and Kokum. Ingredients : 1 cup deveined, Cleaned and washed Prawns (medium size) 1/2 cup Onions finely chopped. 1 tsp … Continue reading Kolambi sukka (Prawns Dry)