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A traditional mixed vegetable & dal stew that is a staple in India's Saraswat community. Use seasonal or handy vegetables to make this delicious dish. By the way, this classic recipe contains absolutely no onions or garlic! I grew up eating this dish :-)
Kobhi ani Peetha chi Bhaji Recipe
If you're not a big fan of cabbage, then you must try my Spicy Stir Fried Cabbage dish made with chickpea flour (besan or Bengal gram flour). This interesting dish is just full of various tastes & textures -- it's a big favorite in my house and I hope it will be a favorite in yours too :-)
Kokum Fish Curry Recipe
Want to try an exotic curry for dinner tonight? Well then, my Kokum Fish Curry definitely fits the bill! Kokum is a dark purple fruit native to India and is commonly used as a “souring agent” especially in Goan, Konkani & Maharashtrian cuisines. It is found usually in its dried form.
Kolambi Bhath Recipe
My delicious Konkani Shrimp Rice is a simple & tasty meal, serve it with some fresh yogurt & crispy papads. This dish is a huge family favorite, a great one-pot meal that can be enjoyed any day of the week.
Kolhapuri Chicken Recipe
Varhadi Chicken is a bold and spicy dish from the city of Kolhapur in Maharashtra state. Kolhapur is a ancient Indian city with a rich & vibrant history, culture & cuisine. I have lots of family in this lovely city and was lucky to visit here every summer.
Kolhapuri Mixed Vegetable Curry Recipe
My tasty Kolhapuri Mixed Vegetable Curry has its origins dating back to the ancient Maharashtrian city of Kolhapur. Traditionally, this dish is meant to be eaten spicy - but feel free to adjust the spicy heat levels to suit your palate. This dish is a great way to use fresh seasonal vegetables.
Kothimbir chi Vadi Recipe
These delicious and savory pan-fried cilantro cakes (Kothimbir chi Vadi) are perfect for appetizers when entertaining or even during tea time as a snack. These tasty treats are first steamed and pan-fried until golden brown & crispy.
A delicious & healthy griddled Indian flatbread - I have provided a basic and simple Kulcha recipe with LOTS of yummy variations such as Jeera Kulcha, Herbed Kulcha, Paneer Kulcha and many more varieties!
Who thought Indians didn't make Xmas cookies? There is quite a large Anglo-Indian Catholic community in India that would beg to differ! Kulkuls are delicious & crispy cookies that are enjoyed especially during the Christmas holidays. Making kulkuls is also a fun way to get together with family.
Ladi Pav Recipe
Mumbai is famous for many things & its delicious street food is no exception. Ladi Pav is Mumbai's version of the dinner roll - it's buttery soft & absolutely addictive. In fact, we love eating these yummy rolls anytime of the day in both savory & sweet applications. Try making some today!
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