- Arisi Upma
- Avare Kaalu Mixture
- Baby Corn Lollipops
- Chana Chor Garam
- Cheese Toast with Oregano
- Chivda Bhel
- Colorful Pizza
- Corn Potato Pops
- Kanda bhajji
- Khari Shankarpali
- Kothimbir Vadi
- Madhur Chivda
- Masala Papad
- Masala Pav
- Methi Paneer Sovereign
- Mushroom Max Meal Plus Deepa's Gift For The Blog
- Nachani Kobi Palak Kabab
- Peanut Butter N Banana Fried Sandwich
- Phanas Kadbole
- Pharali Misal
- Pithachi Bore
- Recycled Dhokla
- Rolled and sliced Kothimbir Vadi
- Shev Batata Puri N Matka Kulfi
- Sprouts Dahi Misal
- Stone Ground Dal Vadas
- Suran Cutlets
- Sweet Coconut Kachori
- Tikhat Shev
- Tomato Omlette
- Triple Flavours Poha
- Ukad Pindi
- Vijayawada Combo: Rice Sevai N Dahi Vada
Sunday, October 01, 2006
Welcome to the Evening Snacks area read heavy calories :)
I was a kid in the time of black and white TV when on one sunday afternoon I saw this punjabi lady make this dish on TV. After that many a ...
In Karnataka if you ask most people what is their favorite type of sambhar you will get an echo of Chakota Huli as the answer. Most people o...
Made with Bhavnagri sev (16 Aug 08) Phulka, Farsan bhaaji, Kachumbar, chutney, Mithi Kairi and Pears. Like the Three Faces of Eve I wonder h...
In Thal my Koli people are very fond of Methi or Fenugreek. They love it as a herb and even in their sweet, can't believe it read ...
Many years ago, for the first time I read about Eeya Chombu on this lovely blog called Saffron Hut . I was totally smitten by this ...
Here you will find the true taste of Thal. Through the recipes I want to share with you my bond with my roots as a Koli. When I was 8 yrs...
Flash back to the days in Fort, there is a Jalaram Bappa and Ambe Mata temple in the building opposite my home. The bhajan is in full s...
In the last post I did mention that I don't deprive the elders at home of their favorite tastes though I am cooking healthy most ti...
Growing Mustard Greens was something I wanted to attempt what with Bollywood glamorizing the lush green mustard fields of Punjab. Fra...
A typical meal at Gondavale temple would be Bajarichi Bhakari, Bhaat, Brinjals with crushed peanuts, Aamti, buttermilk, salt on the s...