Bhadang is a snack which can be made very quickly and can be eaten at anytime, especially with tea. It can be spiced up with onions, coriander leaves and a squeeze of lemon juice for a change. But for this you have to prepare bhadang. Let me have your comments.
This is a maharashtrian recipe which is eaten with chapati, phulka, rice & dal. We make this bhaaji (vegetable) (sabji) very often for lunch boxes or for dinner. Very easy to prepare and takes less time. Have a look.
This rice is specially designed for the health conscious & for the people who want to loose weight as it contains very less oil and no preservatives at all. If you are concious about your figure, you will definitely try this and give me your comments.
This recipe belongs to a typical maharashtrian family (my own). I have seen this done from my childhood and I just love it. Especially it is eaten with Bhakari, Chapati, Bread, Steamed Rice. You can make from the picture how delicious it is…..try it!
This is very traditional dish from my native place – Konkan. You will find many dishes on my blog are from konkan. It is very tangy and spicy full of coconut juice. This kokam kadhi is served generally with mutton/chicken dishes. Try it and let me know.
Thecha (Kharda) is a kind of chutney which is actually prepared by poor people living in villages but, it is very tasty and can be used in different recipes to enhance the taste.
This is a maharashtrian snack. It is also eaten on special occassions. You will definitely like the taste of this as it is spicy, tangy very chatpata kind of dish.
This masala contains raw ingredients so, when you try it please follow the instructions properly. Whenever you use this masala for fish there is no need of using any other spices as it can change the taste of your recipe.