Cabbage Stir Fry

Cabbage Stir Fry

Cabbage Stir Fry is a simple recipe which you can prepare for lunch or dinner. You can have this stir fry with rotis or phulkas. Cabbage Stir Fry is a simple and easy to make recipe. It is a meal in itself. Cabbage is very good for diabetic people. I made a simple stir fry with… 

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Moringa Leaves Stir Fry With Jackfruit Seeds | Drumstick Leaves Subzi | Maskachi Bhaji

Moringa Leaves Stir fry

Moringa leaves or drumstick leaves are an extremely rich source of anti-oxidants and are extremely good for health. People in India make lots of dishes with Moringa leaves.  In some countries, people make juice of Moringa leaves and have it on daily basis. It is believed that these leaves helps to ward off numerous diseases,… 

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Cluster Beans Subzi

Cluster beans are also known as Chidki in Goa or Gawar in Maharashtra. I have prepared this subzi in a typical traditional Goan style. The Keralites also prepare in a similar way. I have added little bit of jaggery as this subzi is slightly bitter. Apart from being good for diabetics, it is also a… 

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Cauliflower Stir Fry

Cauliflower Stir Fry

Cauliflower Stir Fry is one of the easiest recipes using cauliflower. This recipe is quick and is easy to prepare. You can prepare this recipe during the morning rush hour and pack it for tiffins with phulkas or bread. You can even make a roll with the phulka/chapati and use this stir fry as a… 

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Cowpea Beans Subzi / Valachi Bhaji

Cowpea Beans Subzi / Valachi Bhaji

My hubby loves healthy food. He wants only home cooked food every day. He needs atleast one type of subzi in his lunch pack everyday, apart from salad. So every weekend when we go to buy vegetables at the local super market, we plan what we need to cook for the entire week. Today’s recipe… 

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Simple Breadfruit Subzi

This is the first time in my life that I have prepared breadfruit subzi. I had a similar type of subzi when I had gone with my family on an outing to Chikamagalur in Karnataka. We stayed in a homestay there and they always served us healthy and nutritious home cooked food. The best part… 

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Bhendi Stir Fry / Ladyfinger Stir Fry

After a tiring day at work, when I return home, I always wonder what is there to fill my tummy. I feel so much tired and exhausted that I don’t feel like cooking. Most of the times I just come home and go to bed. I close my eyes and always wish I had a… 

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Aloo Methi Subzi / Potato Fenugreek Stir Fry

I was wondering what to do with a bunch of methi leaves which were lying in my fridge. I thought of simply making this subzi. Though I don’t like methi due to its bitter taste, I made this dish for my family. Yea, they liked it to a certain extent, but mainly due to it’s… 

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Tangy-Spicy Bitter gourd / Karatyachi Kishmoor

During my first job at Zuari Industries Ltd., one of my friend got Karatyachi Kishmoor in her tiffin box. She asked me to taste it. First I said NO, as I don’t like bitter gourd. She just asked me to take one bite and promised that it tastes great. I hesitated a lot and tasted… 

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Karela Subzi / Bitter gourd Subzi

I have been cooking this Subzi since a long time. But never dared to post it here because this is something which I don’t like. I cook this just for my hubby. He likes this Subzi and there are many more people who like bitter gourd. I would not even dare to taste bitter gourd,… 

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Radish Subzi

Radish Leaves Stir fry

 Since the day I fell in love with radish, I have started getting them home and experimenting with them in various ways. I was looking out for radish with leaves. Most of the grocery stores in Bangalore only sell the radish by discarding the leaves. I was on a hunt for radish with leaves. One… 

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Step – by – Step Baingan ka Bharta

Brinjal Bharta

One of the best things I learnt is to make Baingan ka Bharta the traditional way but without using charcoal. The taste however is similar to that cooked on charcoal. I seriously love the tangy taste and this does not make me miss “maa ke haath ka khana”. The procedure mentioned below is how Goan’s cook… 

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