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Bhendi chi bhaji,Maharastrian special

This is a Maharastrian bhaji (vegetable) prepared with Bhendi.Bhendi means ladys finger or Okra . Maharastrian dishes are a favourite at our place since my husbands root is from Mumbai.I found this recipe in a you tube video of Archanas Kitchen.It was a Marathi video but I could follow it and noted the recipe . We loved the bhaji very ... Read More »

Mixed Vegetable Subzi

Summer vacations have already started for the kids and also to me…And the latest craze/hobby is watching cookery shows in Kannada channels especially in Zee Kannada where they show good tempting recipes.I tried couple of recipes which gave me good result.This is the first recipe I tried from the show and it tasted wow.This is a dry dish which goes ... Read More »

Brussels sprouts subzi with stepwise pictures

Brussels sprouts are the replica of a cabbage.They are cute little baby cabbages.Though it is not used much in Indian cooking,the taste is similar to that of  a cabbage. I read it recently,it has lot of health benefits too.I had tasted it several times as a kid.Papa used to get whenever he saw any new veggies and fruits. Amma used to prepare ... Read More »

Lauki Chana dal subzi(No onion,no garlic dish)

Lauki means Bottle gourd.This subzi is a combination prepared with the  bottle gourd and chana dal(Bengal gram dal).Few days  back my in-laws were here and I wanted to prepare something new without onion and garlic since my father in law doesn’t eat both.And that reminded me of Anjana ji’s blog Maayeka which has a very good collection of dishes without onion and ... Read More »

Subzi bhendi

This is the simplest of the recipe.When you are lost in the kitchen on what to cook for the day,this is a quick fix.I prepared this with Punjabi rajma chawal as an accompaniment.This goes well with chapathi or roti too.You may adjust the spices as per your choice. Ingredients:Bhendi/ladys finger-10,cut into medium piecesOnion-1,slit lengthwiseCarrot-1,cut into fingersChilly powder-1/2 tspCoriander-1tspGaram masala powder-1/4 ... Read More »