raj-kachori Maida/ All purpose flour 1 cup ceroti / fine semolina* 1/4 cup Corn flour 1 tsp Oil 2 tblsp Salt As needed Oil for deep frying * Optional Other ingredients for making raj kachori Potato 1 or 2 Kabuli channa(brown chickpeas) 1/2 cup Whole green moong 1/2 cup Curd 1 cup Sugar 1 tsp Papdi* 5-6 Green chuntey Sweet chutney Sev Coriander leaves, Chaat masala* Red chilli powder
A sweet, tangy and spicy chutney made primarily from dates, tamarind and jaggery. It is the perfect ingredient to add a bit of sweetness and zing to any Indian chaat or to be used just as a side for hot samosa or pakoda.
Misal Pav | Misal means “mixture” in Marathi and if you are in Mumbai, you definitely should not miss this treat! Technically, a usal topped with farsan/Mix Namkeen, chopped onions and lemon, it is best served with Pav.
The Food Lab: Better Channa Masala With a World Tour of Techniques
As one of the most popular dishes in the world, both in and out of India and Pakistan, channa masala (or chana masala, chole masala, or chholay, depending on where you're from)—chickpeas cooked in a spicy and tangy tomato-based sauce—is the kind of dish that stirs passions in the recipe-writing community. THis version might not taste like your grandmother's, but we promise that it tastes damn good.
One of the most famous of Maharashtrian recipes, Misal is a scrumptious cocktail of savouries and sprouts! Wholesome and tasty sprouts are cooked with tangy tomatoes and pungent onions, not to forget the spice powders and the special coconut-onion based misal masala!