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20 Aug 11
Thalipeeth, Maharashtrian Thalipeeth by Tarla Dalal
A nutritious pancake made with 3 kinds of flours, making it delicious and more importantly nutritious also. Thalipeeth is the easiest snack that you can make.
The iron and folic acid content of the recipe is high and will help you supplement your needs during the
Fruit Punch ( Party Drinks ) by Tarla Dalal
Fruit punch, every fruit has a distinct colour, flavour, nutritional benefit, and in total, what i would call the fruit’s ‘effect’. Nature has paid so much attention to creating them. Just that we do not pay enough attention to these natural treasures! here is a simple drink that combines so many fr ....
Idli ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
An ideal breakfast option for the busy-bee! served piping hot, usually in portions of three idlis per plate, who can say no to these healthy, steamed idlis that are accompanied by delectable sambhar and two chutneys too?
Mysore Sada Dosa ( Mumbai Roadside Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Mysore sada dosa recipe
| Mumbai style roadside Mysore Sada Dosa
| with 25 amazing images.
Hmmm, when you want to have a quick and light meal, but are in too perky a mood for sada dosa, then go for the Mysore sada dosa
06 Apr 19
Samosa Pav ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
Samosa pav, an equally popular brother of the famous vada pav! deep-fried samosas with a spicy potato and peas filling are sandwiched between laddi pav flavoured with chutneys. It has now become savvy to grill the samosa pav a little and serve it hot. The crisp outer crust of the samosa entices the ....
06 Apr 19
Sada Uttapa ( Mumbai Roadside Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
With little effort and the same batter as dosa, you can make a dish that seems quite different. The uttapam is thicker and heavier than the dosa and is cooked on both sides. Peculiarity of an uttapa is the small holes that form when spread on the hot tava making it appealing.
Tea Sangaria ( Party Drinks ) by Tarla Dalal
Tea sangaria, a mélange of tea, apple and lemon juice, which can be made in a jiffy. What’s more, it can be made in advance, a few hours ahead of the party, and this makes it extremely convenient. The tea will seep in and induce an interesting, strong flavour to the drink. Glass used: pitcher/ old f ....
Fresh Fruit Salad with Basil Dressing by Tarla Dalal
Tangy pineapple and juicy watermelon make a great combo! the success of this duo is further highlighted by a simple dressing of sour cream and basil. The sharp accents of basil work very well with the sour cream to create an aromatic and flavourful dressing for your favourite fruits. You could scoop ....
Makai Patal Bhaji by Tarla Dalal
This dish made of hearty chunks of corn on the cob in a sweet and spicy sauce of colocassia leaves (arvi) and Bengal gram dal.
Pyaz ki Roti by Tarla Dalal
A simple preparation with the addition of wheat bran to wheat flour, to enhance your fibre intake. Initially start with 2 tablespoons of bran and once you have adapted to it, feel free to double the quantity of wheat bran.
Potato Salli, Homemade Potato Salli by Tarla Dalal
Potato Salli is a sev like snack made of potatoes. A special process of removing starch with alum, half-cooking the potato fingers, sun-drying and then deep-frying them gives the Potato Salli an impeccably crisp texture, which nobody can resist.
You can just munch on these plain salted Potato Sa ....
Malvani Masala, Homemade Maharashtrian Malvani Masala by Tarla Dalal
Malvani Masala is a popular Maharashtrian
spice mix, which is used to flavour curries and subzis. This dry spice powder has a very appetizing flavour and irresistible aroma, which results from the interplay of over a dozen spices!
After roasting, let th ....
Dhapate, Authentic Maharashtrian Thalipeeth by Tarla Dalal
A a sure-shot winner, Dhapate is also known as the Maharashtrian Thalipeeth. It has been made with love and care in Maharashtrian
homes since several generations, and is a dish that instantly connects a person with memories of home, childhood, m ....
28 Jun 19
Goda Masala by Tarla Dalal
The Goda Masala can be seen as the Maharashtrian version of garam masala. It is used in several traditional Maharashtrian
dishes, to give a tongue-tickling flavour and appetizing aroma.
It has a whole lot of ingredients, but you can add or r ....
01 Oct 19
Farali Puranpoli by vaishnavdhara
This is very innovative recipe and again all the ingredients are handy and one can eat this even when there is no fasts.
04 Dec 18
Quick Spring Onions ki Sabji by jenice joy
It is a very quick, simple and easy dish. It gives a spicy flavour to your mouth. It is a very simple yet very tasty recipe.
22 Aug 18
Bhakarwadi by mdaga
Bhakarwadi is a traditional spicy maharastrian snack recipe which requires effort but can be stored for weeks and enjoyed with evening tea. The flour based round discs are stuffed with roasted poppy seeds, steamed and then finally deep fried to a crispy finish.
30 May 16
Raw Mango and Onion Paratha by Jyoti V B
The filling of this paratha is very delicious and refreshing. Raw mango is loved by all.It's tangy taste brings a twist to the usual paratha. This is summer special recipe. Enjoy!
15 Apr 13
Sabudana Chivda by Jyoti V B
Make this chivda with nylon sabudana not with regular sabudana. Kids will enjoy this dish.
27 Sep 12
06 Nov 12
Easy Anarase Recipe by Jyoti V B
This is very popular Maharashtrian dish of diwali. This is my favorite dish. No more soaking of rice in water for 3 days. Easy way of making anarse directly with rice flour.
30 Aug 11
Farali Potli by bhawnabaveja
A different and tasty faraali recipe which can be served tangy mango chutney.
19 Jan 14
24 Apr 16
Farali Cool Dessert by Jyoti V B
Sabudana has a bland taste by itself, so by adding some mango pulp and kesar flavoured milk, this dessert becomes tasty and healthy! This is filling for upvas, and one of the best Faral recipes! It is loved by all age groups. Hope you enjoy!
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