Poi pithau Bhaja | Malabar Spinach tawa fry

Poi Saaga (odia) or Malabar spinach or basella alba is a fast growing, soft stemmed vine plant. These are thick, semi-succulent, heart shaped leaves that have a mild flavor and mucilaginous texture. There are two varieties of malabar spinach available in the market; one green and other one is red. In today’s recipe I have... Continue Reading →

Spicy baby fish fry

Spicy baby fish fry is a very yummy and tempting recipe made using any variety of fresh water small fish. The main and most important part of this recipe is cleaning of fish which is little difficult and time consuming. Then comes the frying section. If you follow my steps then your baby fish remain... Continue Reading →

Honey ginger lemon tea

If you have a cold, flu, sore throat etc.. then this is the perfect home made medicine which can heal these frustrating diseases without spending an extra penny in medicine and most importantly without visiting a doctor. This recipe contains 3 best things that help you to fight against cold and cough. Honey : soothes... Continue Reading →

Sabudana Thalipeeth

Sabudana Thalipeeth recipe : Sabudana thalipeeth is a traditional Maharashtrian snack recipe which is very easy to prepare yet delicious. This savoury snack recipe is made using a combination of sabudana or tapioca pearls and potato. Apart from being easy to prepare, it is also nutritious and takes very less time to prepare. However thalipeeth... Continue Reading →

Drumstick Samber | Murungakkai Samber

Drumstick Samber | Murungakkai Samber recipe : Samber is a south Indian cuisine and commonly eat with rice or idli or with dosa. There are a lot variety of samber recipes are present in which different vegetables are used. Use of drumsticks give a distinct flavor to samber recipe. Drumstick samber is also known as... Continue Reading →

Hyderabadi khichdi with masoor dal

Hyderabadi khichdi with masoor dal Recipe :  Hyderabadi khichdi is a very traditional meal in hyderabadi cuisine, made with rice and masoor dal or red lentil. It is a very flavorful one pot rice meal. Traditionally it is served with Khatta; a tangy chutney but you can also serve with boondi raita or onion raita. Recipe... Continue Reading →

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