Makai ni khichdi is a very tasty dish made using tender corn cobs. Of course, corn by itself is a very tempting ingredient! but, the intelligent choice of spices that complements the corn adds to the lure of this dish, which may be had as a snack or as a veggie accompaniment for dinner. The winning touch to this dish is the perfect balance of important ingredients like sugar, lemon juice and salt—so pay a lot of attention to it.
A healthy and delicious steamed snack, quite similar to the famous gujarati muthias. Made of wholesome whole wheat flour and protein-rich besan, these palak methi dumplings combine a generous amount of nutritious spinach and fenugreek leaves too. Mildly-spiced yet aromatic and flavourful, these dumplings will be loved by young and old alike, and hence a brilliant means of including greens in your diet.
An interesting life is always a tasty blend of happiness and joy! this recipe, with a rare combination of mildly-bitter methi and pleasantly-sweet bananas, proves this point yet again. Elders of the gujarati community usually like recipes such as kela methi nu shaak where contrasting flavours complement each other. Serve with rotla, butter and green chillies.