Milk Powder Modak | Instant Modak Recipe

Milk Powder Modak | Instant Modak Recipe with step by step photo.Modaks are the favourite offerings for lord Ganesha during 10 days of Ganesh Chaturthi.Traditionally the modaks are made out from coconut,jaggery or sugar mixture.But here we have given a bit variation to the traditional recipe of making modaks. Here the instant mawa modaks are…

Dhaba style Dry Aloo Gobi | Aloo Gobi Fry

Dhaba Style Dry Aloo Gobi is a spicy and flavour packed cauliflower and potato dish which is a popular vegetarian side dish served in every part of India. This is a dhaba style version of the dish which comes in dry form.A popular flavourful dish which is widely served in almost every roadside dhaba’s which…

Restaurant style Chicken Kolhapuri | Chicken Kolhapuri

Restaurant style Chicken Kolhapuri | Chicken Kolhapuri is a popular Maharashtrian curry recipe which is widely present on every restaurant menu card. The uniqueness of this dish is the spicy taste and the flavours of the freshly roasted & grounded spices.Mostly authentic kolhapuri masala’s are used in this preparation but if you are unavailable with…

Sweet Pumpkin Puri | Lal Bhoplyache Gharge

Sweet Pumpkin Puri | Lal Bhoplyache Gharge or Lal Bhoplyachaya Purya or also called as Dangrache Gharge is a popular Maharashtrian dish.It is made from red pumpkin and jaggery.A healthy and nutritious dish for tiffin and also a good option for breakfast.My mother always made it and we three siblings always ate them with great…

Upwasache Dhirde | Farali Chilla | Spicy Farali Dosa

Upwasache Dhirde Upwasache Dhirde | Farali Chilla | Spicy Farali DosaFasting food are observed as high calorie food.Still are always eated with chaos.But most of the times leads to stomach issues.To overcome this problem and to have a healthy fast,Upwasache Dhirde or Farali Chilla are the good options. These are prepared using and a very…

Upwasachi Shengdanyachi Amti | Peanut Amti Recipe | Peanut Curry For Fasting | Upwasache Zhirka

  Peanut Amti or Upwasachi Shengdanyachi Amti Recipe is a popular Maharashtrian recipe prepared during Navratri or on fasting days. It is also called as Shengdanyachi Amti in marathi where Shengdana means peanuts and Amti means curry. Serve this peanut amti with steamed samo rice or samvat or varai rice (also known as barnyard millet)  or with farali dosa,farali idli, farali…