Coming from a very typical marathi household, I have spent most of the days eating dry chutneys in particular. I remember my Ajji had group of friends who would always bring different chutneys home on their visit. And then another one would be made to…
Rhubarb-strawberry grilled cheese sandwiches is that one snack you would never feel guilty on eating. The tart taste of rhubarb and sweet strawberries when paired with melty cheese makes the best combination.
Panha – raw mango sharbat is best summer cooler. Add a few mint leaves and you will have the best Panha of your lifetime
Jeweled rice is aromatic and flavourful dish with lots of colorful nuts and berries that give it a bejeweled look. This dish is vegetarian and a real celebration of fragrance and taste
Kothimbir wadi is a traditional Maharashtrian recipe that is a good snack that is less on oil and easy to make.
Bharli Vangi (stuffed eggplants) is one of the traditional recipes which has a rich creamy peanut sauce and all the earthy flavors of Indian spices. This spicy and creamy sabzi tastes best when paired with rotis.
Green Moong curry is one pot meal that can happen in just 30 mins. The curry that nourishes the soul and is absolutely filling and you don’t even need to soak it for a day or wait for it to sprout.
Ukadlelya batatyachi bhaaji-Boiled Potato bhaaji is usually made on festivals and can be paired with puffy pooris. This recipe is no onion no garlic version
If you are craving for quick and easy indo-chinese food, I would be definitely recommend you to try my version of fiery and tasty schezwan noodles.
Creamy red lentil curry with cauliflower is one pot curry that can be made in minutes. Just stir in all the ingredients and pressure cook for 10 mins or medium flame and you are sorted for the day.