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Methkoot is one of those quintessential classic Maharashtrian recipes, a standard in every household. Methkoot is a bit hard to describe, but basically it’s a mildly spiced powder that’s made with a variety of dals or lentils. It's enjoyed best with hot rice & ghee (clarified butter).
Chai Spiced Yogurt Cake Recipe
My Chai Spiced Yogurt Cake is sinfully delicious, aromatic, full of flavor & super moist. It's easy to make & always a big hit around the holidays. “Chai” is simply the Hindi word for tea & chai spices include ground ginger, cardamom, cloves, star anise, fennel, cinnamon, allspice & nutmeg. YUM!
Cheesy Vegetable Bake Recipe
My Cheesy Vegetable Bake represents one of my East/West fusion creations. It’s delicious, simple to prepare & always a big hit. It’s perfect for entertaining & can be served for breakfast, brunch, lunch or even a light meal. Do try it soon :-)
Tomato Saar Recipe
A “saar” is a typical Maharashtrian soup usually made with a dal or lentil base. But it is more similar in its consistency to a light, thin broth or South Indian rasam. It's a great way to warm up when the weather turns chilly, so try making it soon.
Ground Chicken & Eggplant Curry Recipe
My Ground Chicken & Eggplant Curry is always a family favorite. Spicy ground meat is gently simmered with pieces of eggplant & aromatic spices until tender. Believe it or not, eggplant works very well with minced meat - the combination is really delicious so try it soon.
Pumpkin Poori Recipe
Try my delicious Pumpkin Pooris (known as gharge in Marathi) , this deep fried Indian flatbread can be made either sweet or savory. Either way, both varieties are absolutely yummy! Try both versions and taste for yourself :-)
Malai Kofta Curry Recipe
Koftas are delicious bite-size Indian dumplings (vegetarian) or meatballs that are most likely Middle Eastern or Persian in origin. They were introduced into Indian cuisine by the Mughals in the 16th century. My delicious Malai Koftas are rich and decadent, truly a dish fit for a king!
Chana Dal Burfi Recipe
The idea of using dal (lentils) for a dessert may sound a bit odd, but trust me – my Chana Dal Burfi is sweet & delicious, with a wonderful creamy texture that just melts in your mouth. Best of all, it's packed with protein too.
Minty Thai Shrimp Curry Recipe
I am a big fan of both shrimp and Thai food - so this delicious dish was an absolute no brainer for me. It has a lovely depth of flavor combining tender, succulent shrimp with coconut milk, fresh mint and basil leaves too. Feel free to make the dish as mild or as spicy as you like.
Bread Pakoras Recipe
Bread Pakoras are a simple & delicious appetizer or teatime snack. These pakoras are always a big hit, especially with the kids. It's also a great way to get your kids into the kitchen to help make them. Feel free to use your favorite variety of bread, the yummy possibilities are really endless!
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