Category Archives: Vegetables

Muthia

Muthia is one of the most popular Gujarati recipes which is traditionally made of vegetables such as lauki or spinach or for that matter you can add any vegetable of your choice, besan, sooji, wheat flour with other minor spices. … Continue reading

Posted in Besan (Gram flour), Flour, Grains, Lauki(Bottle Gourd), Sooji (Semolina), Vegetables, Wheat Flour | Tagged , , , , , | 13 Comments

Potato Gratin

Potato Gratin Potato Gratin is a comfort food originating from France, but these days it is found just about any where. I was surprised to see this new dish in chaat stalls in India. At first I was a bit … Continue reading

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It’s Pizza time

Pizza – The perfect party food. Whether it is a party at a friends or at work or Chuck-e-Cheese, the food is ought to be Pizza. This is one food even kids love eating any fuss. It’s amazing to notice … Continue reading

Posted in Bell Pepper(Capsicum), Flour, Fontina, Maida (All Purpose), Milk & Products, Mozzarella, Uncategorized, Zucchini | Tagged , , , | 15 Comments

Happy Navratri to all you dear Indians

Happy Navratri to one and all wherever you are ~ Coconut Burfi “Nav” means “nine” and “ratri” means “night”. Thus, he meaning of “Navratri” is “nine nights’. It is one of the most significant festivals for Hindus; especially for Gujratis … Continue reading

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Not your same fried green tomatoes

What’s the alternate to fried green tomatoes? ~ Roasted green tomato sabzi Cut green tomatoes Not many of us have utilized the fresh, luscious green, crisp green tomatoes in our cooking. In the southern US, it is much eaten as … Continue reading

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Shahi Saucy Cauliflower

Who says cauliflower could not be prepared as a whole? ~ Shahi Saucy Cauliflower Whole cauliflower in its sauce This recipe is an easy to make recipe with all the right and exotic ingredients and makes use of the most … Continue reading

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Sabudana Vada

Paryushana (or Paryusan) is one of the two most important festivals for the Jains, the other being Diwali. During the 8-day festival, the Kalpa Sutra is recited in the Shvetambar sect, that includes a recitation of the section on birth … Continue reading

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