Goad Tavsoli (Cucumber Thalipeeth)

Back to blogging  after a very long gap,was busy with many things in life.But that’s unfair to my blog….something that I have started and that too with  so much  passion should not be neglected. …so here I am….. Today’s recipe is something which was in my mind since long,once few years back I had visited  someContinue reading “Goad Tavsoli (Cucumber Thalipeeth)”

Moong Dal and Sabudana Kheer

  This is one of the easiest made Indian dessert,is ready in more than 20 minutes. One of my personal favourite as I am not very fond of milk and products made up of milk.Here coconut milk is used instead of milk. Ingredients : 1/4 cup Moong Dal ( skinless) 1/4 cup Sabudana (Sago Pearls)Continue reading “Moong Dal and Sabudana Kheer”

Chun Kaap/Narlachi Wadi (Coconut Barfi)

I have memories of having these kaap as a kid, my mom and grand mom used to make it , my masi makes varieties of vadis using potato, beetrot, carrots, and various essence. This was my first attempt making these, and they turned out great. This is a basic recipe simple and yummy flavoured only withContinue reading “Chun Kaap/Narlachi Wadi (Coconut Barfi)”

kurmura Ladoo (Puffed Rice Sweet Balls)

This dish has many of my childhood memories attached to it.My mom used to always make different type of chikkis, peanuts and sesame, but this Ladoo made of kurmura was my all time favourite.Since long was planning to try my hand on it,finally tried it today and result was same as my mom’s Ladoo. Ingredients:Continue reading “kurmura Ladoo (Puffed Rice Sweet Balls)”

Gul Pohe (Sweet Beaten Rice)

This sweet dish is made in every Maharashtrian house on narak chathurthi,the first day of Diwali. You can make it as a snacks also.This dishes tastes awesome if made with gavthi Poha (Pinkish colour poha) If you dont have these you can use the regular white poha. Ingredients: 1 and 1/2 cup Poha (Beaten Rice) 1/2Continue reading “Gul Pohe (Sweet Beaten Rice)”