A healthy, yet mouthwatering Dalia/cracked wheat Khichdi prepared with several vegetables and spices. People on diet, who craves for Khichdi but skips to have because of rice can try this recipe. It will definitely satiate your tummy.
Happy Dussehra or Happy Vijayadashami to all. On this scared festival, as per Maharashtrian tradition, I have made Puran Poli but in a Gujarati style.
A healthy chickpeas paratha recipe prepared using very less ingredients but is mouthwatering and will crave for more and more. It is a wholesome recipe and can be made for any meal.
Happy Ganesha Chaturthi to all. Suji ke laddu made with major portion of semolina and a small amount of wheat flour is one of the Indian sweets, prepared and enjoyed on several festivals. You too enjoy making it on the eve of Ganesh Chaturthi.
A spicy and flavorsome Maharashtrian dish Kothimbir Vadi is made with Bengal gram, Maize flour and lots of coriander. Since it is steam-cook, it is a healthy dish, yet tasty thus satiates your palette as well as tummy.
Try this restaurant-style grilled paneer and vegetables. Marinated in curd and spices based marination, this grilled paneer recipe is spicy and mouthwatering. Superb starter to serve your guest.
Check out Mix vegetable paneer sabji made in the most possible healthy way. Prepared using green peas, bell peppers, cottage cheese, and whole spices, this paneer dish will be the treat to your palate.
Try out this moist and soft whole wheat Carrot Walnut Cake. It is loaded with some healthy ingredients such as carrot, walnuts, wheat flour, cinnamon, and olive oil. Thus it is better and ideal cake for kids.