Batata Kaap

Kaap is a very common side dish made in most of the maharashtrian households. They are made out of many vegetables like potato,sweet potato,raw banana,brinjals…Potato being the most commonly made.Goes well with anything,dal rice,kadhi rice,Soal Kadhi Rice…. Ingredients: 2 medium sized Potatoes. 1/4 cup rice flour. Oil for frying. Salt to taste. For the masalaContinue reading “Batata Kaap”

Mooli Paratha.

Mooli paratha is a traditional punjabi cuisine delicacy served usually with butter, curd and pickle,they can also be served with curries.Mostly they are served during breakfast but can also be consumed for lunch and dinner. Ingredients: For the dough: 1 cup Wheat Flour. 1/2 cup Maida. Salt to taste. 1 tsp Ajwain. 1 tsp Oil.Continue reading “Mooli Paratha.”

Vanilla and Chocolate Chips Muffins..

This basic muffins recipe comes out perfectly every time,it makes around 14 muffins.Decorate it any way you like or have it warm. Ingredients: 230 gms-All purpose Flour. 200 gms-Sugar. 1 tsp Baking Soda 1/2 tspn Salt 1 cup Milk. 1/2 cup Oil/Melted Butter. ½  tspn Vanilla essence.– 1 tbsp Vinegar 2 tbsp Chocolate Chips. Method:Continue reading “Vanilla and Chocolate Chips Muffins..”

Bajri and Pallak Chilla.

One of the most commonly consumed grains in India, bajra is often referred to as “poor man’s staple”. This powerhouse of a grain has multiple health benefits. Mainly made of starch, and mostly insoluble fibres. This makes it a great long-acting source of energy and takes longer time to break. Therefore you feel fuller, forContinue reading “Bajri and Pallak Chilla.”

Baba Ganoush

Baba Ganoush is a dip originated in the Eastern Mediterranean, and is often served with pita bread and raw, crisp veggies. It is irresistibly smooth and smoky, made mostly with eggplant, tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic and salt.Adding a tiny bit of ground cumin, chilli flakes and fresh corriander leaves takes it to theContinue reading “Baba Ganoush”

Mooga Gathi.(Sprouted whole Green Gram in Coconut Gravy)

Mooga Gathi( Sprouted green gram in coconut curry) It is a delicious curry that is made without onion and garlic for “Shivrak” days in Goan cuisine. “Shivrak” are those days when the traditional  Goans do not eat non veg ,onion or garlic.Hence this dish is commonly served in temples and weddings. The Goans love their non-vegetarianContinue reading “Mooga Gathi.(Sprouted whole Green Gram in Coconut Gravy)”

English Coconut Madeleine.

These adorable little cakes are a great addition to any afternoon tea.Fluffy mixed fruit flavored sponge coated in jam and dedicated coconut..English Madeleine are different from their counterpart French madeleines.While the French make their sponge cake in a shell like shape,the English smoother it in jam and roll in desicated coconut and is in coneContinue reading “English Coconut Madeleine.”