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Cheese Masala Pav,A popular street food of Mumbai

I’m visiting this zone after a long gap.Most of us love chaats,do you?Well, I tasted this recipe for the first time recently when Santoshi prepared it for the evening snacks.She adapted this recipe from Aparna Bhats blog who partly followed Tarla Dalal’s recipe and I followed it too.You may also check A cook at heart blog also. This is a ... Read More »

Hinga chutney,Asafoetida flavored coconut chutney

This is a asafoetida flavored coconut chutney and is served with idli or dosa. The aroma and flavour of hing is simply catchy.One need to prepare this in large quantity while preparing mudo or idli as it is dipped, mashed and mixed well in the chutney and relished.I learnt this recipe from my Amma and is one of my favourite chutney. Ingredients:Coconut-1 1/2 cups,gratedTamarind-pinchTo ... Read More »

Punjabi chicken

Ever since the hike in onion price,preparation of North Indian dishes have been automatically reduced to a great extent.But this  recipe was so tempting, I had to prepare it to crave our urge.The recipe  was very simple and the result was simply tasty.I adapted this recipe from my friend Preethi Mukesh Rao who is one of the awesome cook.She comes ... Read More »

Benne murrukku

On Mosurukudike day I was in a mood to prepare Murrukku’s.I tried 2 different versions on the same day.One recipe which I posted  yesterday and this is the second one which I tried from my Fb friend Nandini kini’s recipe.Both came out equally good.The colour of this murrukku was slightly darker since chilly powder was added.It came out crunchy and ... Read More »

Butter Murrukku,with stepwise pictures

Ashtami is celebrated in major part of India in grand scale.Lord Krishna loves Makhan/butter/benne, so dishes are prepared with butter in memory of lord.Murrukku is broken chakkuli/chakli.There are several recipes of the same.This recipe is very easy and the murrukkus came out crisp and tasty.In earlier days ladies of the household used to prepare sweets and crispies before the arrival ... Read More »

Alvathi,Colocasia leaves curry

Alvathi is prepared with colocasia leaves, ginger as the main flavour. This is one of the popular GSB curry.It is prepared specially on the Krishnashtami day.There are few dishes specially prepared on Ashtami like Thoushe Hulel/Ulel,Ashtami laddoo,Alvathi,Chane upkari,chane saru etc.I prepared the curry using hogplums,but you may substitute with tamarind that is add marble sized tamarind while grinding.You may also substitute with ... Read More »

Moodo/Mude,with stepwise pictures, A Mangalorean Speciality

Moodo or Moode is a steamed dumpling which belongs to the idli family.Here, same idli batter is used to prepare the  dish which is filled in a specially prepared spirally wound leaf known as kedige or screw pine leaf.The final product  tastes so good and  the aroma of the screw pine leaf is infused very well .In Mangalore,it is often ... Read More »


Shevo is a common dabbe khaann in any Amchis house.It is one of  the best combo with poha chutney or beaten rice.Dabbe khaann means  fried crispies which is stored in an container..Shevo or sev is one of the main ingredient of chaats like sev puri,masala puri,pani puri etc.It goes best as a tea/coffee snack too.And nothing like homemade ones.I prepared ... Read More »

Sabudana kheer

Today is Krishna Janmashtami,birthday of Lord Krishna and is celebrated all over India.My favourite part during this festival is Mosuru Kudike or Dahi Handi or Govinda where clay pots filled with coloured water(originally it was curds),eatables are hung in heights to a wooden pole or rope and young boys break it by making a human pyramid in memory of Krishna.It ... Read More »