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Tapioca/Sabudana khichdi

I like the sabudana soaking tip in this recipe.gives you that perfectly soaked Sabudana.

Sabudana Khichdi is the very popular Maharashtrian dish prepared with soaked sabudana, potatoes and roasted peanut powder.

Sabudana Khichdi is the very popular Maharashtrian dish prepared with soaked sabudana, potatoes and roasted peanut powder.

rava ladoo

Laddu is also another sweet eaten on festival days. Families and neighbours may exchange with each other during special occasions.

UPDATE: SO GOOD! Added mushrooms and spinach, only put two tsp of siracha and it was spicy! Veggies and Lentils in Peanut Sauce

Veggies and Lentils in Peanut Sauce

What goes well with that delicious peanut sauce, yes lentils! Red lentils cook up super quick. Meanwhile, stir fry some veggies, blend up the peanut sauce, throw everything in the same skillet and serve unsuspecting people!

Farali Pattice

Farali Pattice (Stuffed Aloo Tikki) is famous fasting recipe. Pattice is similar recipe to aloo tikki. Pattice is healthy option during vrat.

North Indian Style Poha with Deep Fried Potatoes and Peanuts - Sunday Morning Indulgence

North Indian Style Poha with Deep Fried Potatoes and Peanuts - Sunday Morning Indulgence - ãhãram

Spicy Puffed Rice (Masala Mandakki/Chirmuri)

Mandakki or Churmuri or puffed rice is loved all people. It is used to prepare various dishes depending upon the individual taste. My mother used to prepare t

Akki Rotti - A savoury pancake made with rice flour is a traditional recipe from the South Indian state of Karnataka. All you need as an accompaniment is a dollop of white butter. :-)

Akki Rotti - A savoury pancake made with rice flour is a traditional recipe from the South Indian state of Karnataka. All you need as an accompaniment is a dollop of white butter.

Sabudana Khichadi

In Maharashtra, Sabudana Khichadi is a favourite fasting food. I guess the carb kick it provides (sabudana + potato) is a great to assuage hunger pangs.

14-idli-sambar Toor dal 1/2 cup Tamarind extract 2 tblsp, thick Tomato 2 Green chillies 3 Sambar powder 1 tsp Turmeric 1/4 tsp Coriander leaves, chopped 1 tblsp Small onion 15 Red chilli 1 Ghee 1 tblsp To temper Ghee 2 tsp Mustard 1 tsp Cumin seeds/ jeera 1 tsp Curry leaves 1 sprig Asafoetida / Hing 1/4 tsp

Mini Idli Sambar

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