Sakhar Amba/ Mango Jam


Its summer time in Munich and lovely raw mangoes in Indian stores. Got some nice big raw mangoes, couldn’t wait to learn the recipe for the Sakhar Amba from my mom as it’s a Authentic Mahrashtraian recipe. Continue reading “Sakhar Amba/ Mango Jam”


Turmeric,Ginger & Green Chilli Pickle

Turmeric,Ginger & Green Chilli Pickle

Fresh Turmeric,Ginger & Green chilli Pickle is very easy and simple to make and also very healthy. It’s one of the most simplest pickle made with just few ingredients.
Its a Gujarati cuisine, learnt it from my guju freind.

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Spice Rice Thalipeeth(Cooked Rice) -My home style


Rice Thalipheet

Thalipeeth is very easy to make and can be prepared in many ways like with a mixture of different flours and mixed with spices, with  sabudana.

This Rice Thalipeeth is prepared with cooked rice. As sometime we have excess cooked rice left over and normally we make it to a lemon rice or a curd rice.Try making this crispy rice thalipeeth can be served for breakfast,  lunch or dinner.

Thalipeeth is served with butter or thick curd or Tomato sauce.  It is a very filling and nutritious breakfast dish.

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Moong and Chole Vada,Lentil Fritters


 Vada is one of the popular snack  in India. Moong(Green Gram) and Chole (Chickpeas) Vada with onion and few more basic ingredients makes  this delicious vadas.We can also call this moong dal pakoda. Moong dal skin gives this vada/pakdoa crunchy outer layer, just how a pakoda should be.  Although battered and deep-fried, the finished product should not absorb the oil since steam build-up within the vada keeps the oil out. The final result is a crispy deep-fried skin around a light and fluffy centre.

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Rasgulla ( “Bengali Rasgulla” or “Sponge Rasgulla”)


Rasgulla is a syrupy dessert popular in India, especially in West Bengal. It is made from Chhena (Indian Cottage Cheese) dough, cooked in light syrup made of sugar.Among all the sweets, Rasgulla takes the first place in our home for many reasons, it is delicious, it is easy to make, needs only basic ingredients from the kitchen and the chances of failure are very less if followed correctly.I tried many methods of preparing this sweet but this one I found the best and it turned out surprisingly awesome.

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