Beetroot Dry Subji

A fantastic way to consume the healthy Beetroots. So, I know people who love beetroots and I can count them on fingers of my one hand. He He. Yeah. Beetroot being a favourite is something so rare that diamonds possibly cannot compete. Anyways, as doctor keep forcing us to consume beetroots we have to findContinue reading “Beetroot Dry Subji”

Palak Daliya Khichdi

Love the greens. A twist to our humble Khichdi. I love the greens.. a lot. In every way they are served to me. And one dish that I have seen most people relishing is the ‘Palak Khichdi’. Well this is almost the same but with a twist. Daliya is one item which is always stockedContinue reading “Palak Daliya Khichdi”

Beetroot & Carrot Soup

A soup for good throat, health and soul too. Beetroot.. who eats that? Every other health related resource talk about the amazing health benefits of Beetroot. But every other person I have met simply dislikes it, owing to its earthy taste, colour, or may be just for the fact that it is healthy. So justContinue reading “Beetroot & Carrot Soup”

Vangi Batata Bhaji

A classic combo makes a yummy vegetable treat. Yes. Vangi or Baingan or Brinjal, the king of Vegetables when combined with Batata or Aaloo or Potato turns out to be a perfect combo vegetable and can be relished with phulka for lunch or dinner. It is a nice dry vegetable dish that can be packedContinue reading “Vangi Batata Bhaji”

Kelfulachi Bhaji

Banana Flower Subji – The Maharashtrian delight. An exotic ingredient, Banana Flower / Kelful has amazing health benefits. It is loaded with phosphorous, calcium, potassium, copper, magnesium and iron which are vital for several bodily functions.¬†You can actually google to find how beneficial it is to consume this exotic vegetable. Well, for us yumminess isContinue reading “Kelfulachi Bhaji”

Palak & Shepu da Saag

A leafy affair you would absolutely love. Palak (Spinach) is one of the most famous and loved leafy vegetable all around the world. But Shepu (Suva in Hindi & Dill in English) isn’t that famous or loved as well. And it is loaded with various nutrients like calcium, magnesium, iron, and flavonoids along with being veryContinue reading “Palak & Shepu da Saag”

Chana Upkari

A Yummy & Healthy Vegetarian Sunday Breakfast. My first ever friend was a sweet Tamilian girl staying next door. And it is from that time my love saga with South Indian Food started and continues till date. The general prasad in any of our Maharashtrian festival are definitely sweet. A savoury prasad was a shockerContinue reading “Chana Upkari”

Rohu Fish Curry

A simple flavourful & satisfying Bengali style curry. I spoke about getting to know this fish Rohu in 2006 in my blog of Rohu Fry. I guess this is the most flavourful recipe of Rohu that my hubby and I relish. It is super easy with very simple ingredients. The final dish is super comfortingContinue reading “Rohu Fish Curry”

Pithala

A yummy treat for the boring day. This is my go to recipe on the days when I open our refrigerator and none of my favourite vegetables feel exciting. I want something interesting and tasty but don’t wish to cook any vegetable or even meat. It has to be quick and yummy as well. AndContinue reading “Pithala”

Carrot / Gajar ki Subji

A winter delicacy that will entice your taste buds. Carrots, rich in Vitamin A, Antioxidants, minerals and fiber, are wonderfully sweet and abundantly available in this winter season. You can eat them raw, roasted, added to various curries or in the famous sweet delicacy – Gajar Halwa. But today I am going to share savouryContinue reading “Carrot / Gajar ki Subji”