This is one of my favourite daals! I don't make it too often as my family prefers moong daal over this daal. Whenever I come back from vacation this is the daal I crave for!
This famous “all-in-one” Rajasthani combo makes a perfectly balanced meal.
A vegetarian soup lover's delight - here's a twist to the same old dal!
This dessert is made with wheat, coconut milk and milk. Wheat and coconut is a seldom used combination, but those who have tasted it can't wait for more!!
This is one of my hot favorite family recipe. It is simple to make and delicious to eat. During my bridal shower when I was asked what I would like to eat, this was on my list. It is flavorful and not as heavy as many other pulao recipe that I have come across. The key is using the ingredients in the right proportion.
Bhanja moong daal is considered to be gourmet item and is very common to be on the menu on a special bengali occasion. Some people make it with a lot of vegetable, others make it simple.
This is ideal for summer. The bottle gourd cools you down. This is perfect for the vegeterians and can be served with rice or chappatis.
South Indian cuisine has a strong influence on Maharashtran cuisine. Idlis are an example of this influence. These are round shaped rice cakes that are served with chutneys. Enjoy!
It is a great Maharashtrian style daal that is served with plain rice. I personally enjoyed having it with roti as well.
Mugachi Amati is the Maharashtrian version of moong dal. Enjoy it with rice and pickles.
This is toor dal made with coconut and cumin seeds. Enjoy with steaming plain rice.
This is a dry dish of fried chickpeas that have been tempered with spices and grated coconut. Serve with rice or chapattis.
Mugachi is a Gujrati snack that is very popular amongst Maharashtrians. These snacks look like golden brown flattened spirals made from a lentil base. Enjoy with chutney or theccha.
These are round deep fried slices of a mix of besan and various kind of flours, seasoned with fenugreek leaves. Serve with chunteys.
This is a typical dal that Punjabis make for their parties! My kids love it ! I enjoy it as a soup or with with fresh rotis!