KOTHIMBIR VADI — tastyrecipesfrompooja

Kothimbir Vadi is a savoury Maharashtrian dish made using corriander leaves and besan. Savoury vadis are a type of fritters, where the mixture is first steamed or cooked and then either shallow fried or deep fried. One more type of famous vadi from this cuisine is the aluvadi, which is made using colocassia leaves and […]... Continue Reading →

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Onion-Tomato Chutney (Tamatar-Pyaz ki chutney) — Masala Mojo

Chutneys are such an important part of our food. They do wonders in enhancing the flavors of the food multifold. I swear by them and can’t have a few dishes without chutneys. Like idlis and dosas, appe, sandwiches and the list is long but you get the hang of it. Don’t you? Here are some […]... Continue Reading →

Semiya Halwa / Vermicelli Pudding (No Milk) by Praveena

Recipe Cooked, Photographed and Written by Praveena PrepTime:2 mins CookTime:15 mins Cuisine:Indian Semiya Halwa / Vermicelli Pudding is my younger darling daughter’s favourite Indian sweet dish. 51 more words via Semiya Halwa / Vermicelli Pudding (No Milk) — VegCookBook by Praveena

Chole bhature — Kashishkikitchen

#KashishSays🌈Chole Bhature ➖an extreme popular and super-delicious dish. This easy recipe is a perfect spicy blend of ingredients easily available in your kitchen. . . Cooked this easy peasy recipe using chickpeas, all purpose flour, wheat flour, yoghurt, and a melange of spices. This main dish is quite filling and heavy, so only two bhaturas […]... Continue Reading →

AMLA BEETROOT TIKKIS — Astha’s Kitchen

I am an absolute fan of beetroot! Apart from its amazing nutritional value, what makes it special is the beautiful, natural colour it renders. I love using them in my cooking and trying them as the main ingredient in both sweet as well as savoury recipes. healthy tikkis via AMLA BEETROOT TIKKIS — Astha's Kitchen

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