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30 Aug 11
Farari Sabudana Khichadi by fullmoon888
This sabudana khichdi tastes really good. You can add more green chillies to spice up this khichdhi!
18 Jun 13
Fennel Seeds Chutney by Jyoti V B
These are fibrous and rich in iron and calcium. Tastes good with jowar roti or chapati.
30 Aug 11
Ginger and Garlic Chutney by shashi_hari
A tangy sour chutney made ginger and garlic. . You can also add tamarind to make this more tangy and sour!
09 Dec 12
Gongura Chutney by Jyoti V B
Gongura is good for health. Try this easy chutney.
22 Sep 11
Instant Masale Bhaat by gmasurekar
A quick and simple way to make rich and tangy rice mixed with various masalas and spices.
29 Oct 12
Jaggery and Til Laddu by Jyoti V B
This is a maharashtrian sweet made during sankranti. Til is rich in calcium. It is a substitute for a cup of milk.
23 Sep 11
Jowar Bhakri by Amarendra Mulye
Jowar bhakri is a traditional maharashtrian recipe. It is a common food of people living in rural maharashtra. Bhakri is served with home-made white butter, jhunka, garlic chutney, raw onions and green chillies.
26 Sep 11
Kale Vatanechi Amti by abdaftary
Kale vatanechi amti is a maharashtrian lentil recipe with kale vataane or sprouted black peas. The spicy and coconut based amti is typically enjoyed with steamed rice and is quite healthy owing to the rich protein content in the vataanas.
26 Sep 11
Karanji by Amarendra Mulye
Karanji is a traditional maharashtrian sweet made during the festive occasion of diwali. Non-maharashtrians call it fried dumplings stuffed with a sweet mixture of fresh coconut and sugar. Karanji is also known as gujiya. Karanjis can be stored for weeks. Some people add semolina or khava in the fil ....
28 Sep 11
Khichdi By Envyvan by envyvan
A spicy and delicious khichdi which can be made even more spices by adding more pepper.
17 Jun 11
Khichdi Paratha by shbpra
Best and quick way to use the left-over khichdi. .
13 Dec 12
Lal Gajar Aur Methi by Jyoti V B
Try this seasonal lal gajar recipe. Mixed with methi leaves tastes good with jowar roti.
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