Sabudana/ Sago/ Tapioca kheer is famous during the festive season in India. But you don’t need to wait for festivals to indulge in delicious desserts, Right?
Sabudana/ sago/ tapioca pearl khichdi is the most popular dish made during fasting season like Navratri, Mahashivratri, Ekadashi, etc. But I don’t wait for the fasting season to indulge in this dish!
Sev (Savory gram flour noodles) – Mamra /murmure (tempered puffed rice) is light yet filling and addictive snack. If you go to any Gujarati household you’ll always find a big container filled with mamra. As a child, I used to have this almost every single day. But nowadays, I try to keep a balance in my snacks to maintain my nutrition needs.
Gajar (Carrot) Halwa is a popular traditional Indian dessert, originating from north India. If you are going to any Indian social gatherings, chances are high you would find this (or Gulab jamun).
Momo is a type of south Asian dumpling, originated from Tibet or Nepal. I had momo first time at a fine dining restaurant in Ahmedabad. It was so bland I decided not to have it ever again. But one day, a friend took me to […]
Poha is a famous Maharashtrian breakfast dish. It is also known as Kanda poha, or Kanda pohe, Bataka poha or Batata pohe. (Kanda means onion; bataka or batata means potato; poha or pohe is flattened or beaten rice). The other variations of the dish are sweet and sour indori poha and aval upma (made with mix vegetables)