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.
This is a typical Maharashtrian Bhaaji (Vegetable) which you can have with Chapati (Phulka), Bread or with Rice if you want. It is very easy to prepare and sometimes when you don’t have any other vegetables in the fridge just go for it. Especially people who live abroad have limitations in vegetable markets and also… Continue reading Onion Tomato Sabji (Bhaaji)
This is a ready masala paste which can be freezed & stored for a week. So if you suddenly have to prepare fish fry, the masala paste would be ready in your freezer.
Shreekhand is made during festivals especially Gudi Padwa – Maharashtrian New Year. Shreekhand (Shrikhand) can be made in various flavours. So, try the basic one and then go for the variations. You can also enjoy it like an Ice-cream.
This Italian recipe posted on my blog is New Indian Style. Maharashtrian masalas are used instead of other herbs. It tastes different but is very delicious. So, I have tried this recipe and it works… Try it and let me have your comments & suggestions.
Sabudana thalipeeth is a traditional recipe for upwas. You will definetly love the taste and especially teenagers love as it is very spicy and aromatic dish. In India it is very famous and common as well especially in Maharashtra.