Saturday, 18 November 2017

Goad Dashmi / Sweet Dashmi Recipe

Goad (Sweet in marathi) Dashmi is a flatbread, a chapati made using jaggery and milk instead of water. This is a typical Maharashtrian dish. I remember when I was kid studying in hostel, my mother used to prepare it and get it for me during the visit as these chapatis could stay longer compared to the regular ones as we add milk into this. This is very easy to prepare and can be considered an alternate option for chapatis if your kid is fond of sweet items. It's healthier as we use jaggery in it.
Lets see the procedure to prepare it.

Saturday, 11 November 2017

Onion peanut Chutney

Today I am almost back after an year with a recipe. It's going to be a very simple quick recipe for the day. As it's a weekend, generally we grab a pack of dosa batter for the quick breakfast and suppose you do not have coconut with you for the chutney and almost bored of preparing potato sabzi. In case you need the recipe for potato sabzi you can go with this link. We can go through the simple quick chutney recipe which you can prepare in 10-15 mins.

Sunday, 23 October 2016

Instant Pohe Chivda

Instant Chivda is a very simple Maharashtrian snacks recipe. I planned to make a video of my recipes, since it's festival season I thought of starting with a simple festive recipe which could be useful for people. The things that came immediately into my mind was Chivda. As we already know there are various ways of preparing chivda, a savory snack ex: using flattened rice, murmura, bundi / sev mixture, sabudana chivda to name few. I have already posted the recipe for Pohe Chivda earlier that was using thin poha. This recipe is using the same poha that we use for making kanda pohe and can be prepared easily with all the available ingredients in your kitchen.

Sunday, 16 October 2016

Gajarachi Bhaji / Carrot Sabzi

This is an easy stir fry side dish can be served along with Roti / Rice. I had lots of carrots in my fridge and you must have observed my blog is filled with carrot recipes :) I usually prepare this sabzi for my kids lunch box. It's a quick option on busy weekdays lunch box menu, you need not have to preboil anything. You just need to chop the carrots finely. Again this is the recipe I learned from my sister, she is "Annapoorna" :). Give her any ingredients she will prepare a dish out of it. If she would knew the technology, definitely would be a star by now in this "online" culinary world!