Methi Puri Recipe Methi Puri is one dish you can prepare in a jiffy for breakfast, lunch, dinner or at tea time and is quite filling. I love to eat Methi Puris with coconut chutney, but you may also serve them with tomato ketchup, pickles or curd. I recently prepared them and my friend's toddler loved them so much that she advised me to make a video for this recipe. So I am … [Read more...]
Indian cuisine offers a lot of recipes that are a delight to any Vegan. Many popular recipes are naturally vegan. Yes, many Indian recipes make use of dairy but there are even more recipes in this age old cuisine that are 100% vegan. I will be sharing some simple, delicious and nutritious vegan recipes here.
Methi Muthia is a Gujarati snack. It is also quite popular in Mahrashtria too and Muthia in marathi is known as Mutke. Muthiya has many variations and here I have made Methi Muthia with Bajra aata. It is very easy and doesn't need much time. Other variations are Doodhi Muthia which taste equally good. The base flour often used is Besan but I preferred using Bajra aata as it … [Read more...]
Sev Tamatar Sabzi/ Sev Tameta Nu Shaak Sev Tamatar Sabzi known as Sev Tameta nu Shaak in Gujarati is a very easy to make and delicious sabzi. My mother often prepares Gujarati food since she was brought up in Gujarat. I love this sabzi along with a few other Gujarati dishes like Gujarati Kadhi, Gujarati Dal, Methi Thepla, Undhiyu to name a few. Churma Ladoo that my mom makes … [Read more...]
Bhogichi Bhaji Recipe, Bhogi Subzi, Mix Vegetable for Bhogi Bhogi is a festival which is celebrated in Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana just before the festival of Makar Sankranti or Pongal. In Maharashtra, a delicious mix vegetable is prepared with seasonal vegetables. This subzi is known as Bhogichi Bhaji in Marathi. It is served with Bajrichi Bhakri / … [Read more...]
Peanut Chutney (Dry), Shengdana Chutney Recipe, Shengdanyachi Chutney This Peanut Chutney is a Maharashtrian style chutney that is very easy to make and remains in good condition for a couple of weeks if kept in the refrigerator. You can have it dry or with little groundnut oil and it tastes great both ways! Peanuts/ Groundnuts known as Mungphali in Hindi and … [Read more...]