Kelphulachi Bhaji (Banana Blossom Stir Fry)

Kelphulachi Bhaji

Kelphulachi bhaji also known as bonyechi bhaji is a traditional Goan delicacy. Banana blossom is known as Kelphul in Goan Konkani. This recipe is very simple to cook, but the process of cleaning the banana blossom is tedious. You need to have lot of time and patience to clean the banana blossom. I learnt to… 

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Upma Made Using Preethi Electric Pressure Cooker

Preethi Electric Pressure Cooker

My latest love in the kitchen is this brand new Preethi Electric Pressure Cooker Touch. You might be wondering why I love it so much, right? Yes! There is not one, but multiple reasons for my love towards it. The more I use it, the more I am falling in love with it. It is… 

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Baked Parmesan Tomatoes

Baked parmesan tomatoes

Baked parmesan tomatoes are a simple and tasty appetisers which can be made in few minutes. This recipe is low in carbohydrates and low in calories. Since it has tomatoes it boosts the immunity due to high vitamin C content. You can serve this dish as appetisers along with a dip or add it to 2 slices… 

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Pressure Cooker Chicken Curry And A Review Of TTK Prestige Clip-On Pressure Cooker

Pressure Cooker Chicken Curry

In my previous posts, you have read the various recipes which I made using TTK Prestige products. TTK Prestige is one of the best kitchen appliances brand in India and they have collaborated with me to create delicious and healthy recipes. Today’s post is about the review of TTK Prestige Clip-on Stainless Steel 5 ltr… 

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The Launch Of 4 New Regional Flavours Of Maggi Noodles – Masalas Of India & Ramen Jhaal Burger Recipe

Maggi Noodles

How many people here love Maggi? I personally love Maggi and it was the first dish I ever cooked. Yes! Believe me. Cooking Maggi noodles during the evening hunger time was a small break for me from my studies during my school days. Today after many years… I still love Maggi and my daughter too…. 

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Mango Popsicle

Mango Popsicle

Mango Popsicle were on my mind since a long time. I have been making ice-creams and kulfis since years, but somehow they never made to the blog. Reason – they were immediately consumed by my family due to excitement. This is the season of mangoes in India and this is the perfect time to try… 

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Moroccan Baked Fish

Moroccan baked fish

Morocco is a North African country, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. Spices are widely used in Moroccan food. A firm fleshed fish like salmon or basa fish is used to make this dish. Moroccan Baked Fish recipe is a popular dish made in Morocco and Mediterranean region. The fish is baked on… 

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Bataat Wada | Potato Wada | Aloo Bonda

Bataat Wada

Bataat Wada (Batata Wada) or Potato Wada or Aloo Bonda is a delicious street food made in various places in India. Bataat means potato and wada means deep-fried dumplings. A delicious stir fry with potatoes is cooked and coated with besan or chickpea flour and are deep-fried. Batata wadas are a famous street food in… 

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Tawa Chicken Fry | Pan Fried Chicken Tikkas

Tawa Chicken Fry

When you are pressed for time or when you have very less time to cook for a party, try these delicious and lip-smacking Tawa Chicken Fry or Pan Fried Chicken tikkas. Tawa chicken fry contains succulent and tender pieces of chicken breasts which are marinated in different types of spices. These are super easy to… 

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Stuffed Radish Paratha (Mooli Paratha)

Stuffed Radish Paratha

Wondering what to make for breakfast? Try this delicious and healthy  stuffed radish paratha or mooli paratha. These whole wheat mooli parathas are diabetic friendly and can be served to any age groups.  You can even make these parathas for dinner. Serve them with curds/yogurt and pickle. You can even pack them in lunch or snack… 

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3 Bean Salad

3 Bean Salad

3 bean salad is a healthy salad which can be had for breakfast, lunch or dinner. You can have it as snacks too. This salad is high in fiber, protein and nutrients. Beans are packed with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals such as folate, potassium, iron, magnesium and zinc. You can pack it in lunch box and carry it to… 

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Roasted Cauliflower Soup

Roasted Cauliflower Soup

Roasted Cauliflower Soup is a healthy soup loaded with Vitamin C. One serving provides the daily dose of vitamins and antioxidants. Cauliflower is low in calories and has very low levels of carbs and sugar. It is high in fiber and is a good source of protein, riboflavin, vitamin K, niacin, magnesium, phosphorus and folate…. 

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Wheat Flour Ladoos | Pittyache Ladoo

wheat flour ladoos

Ugadi or padva is round the corner. You all might be making different varieties of sweets. Today I want to share with you all my mother in laws signature ladoos – Wheat Flour Ladoos. These are known as “Pittyache Ladoo” or “Gavachya Pitache Ladoo” in Konkani. In Goa we make these ladoos for various occasions… 

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Goan Surmai Fish Curry (Seer Fish Curry) & A Review of TTK Racer Mixer Grinder

Racer Mixer Grinder

Mixer grinder is one of the most essential product that we need in our kitchens. Indian cuisine is made up of lots of chutneys, curries and ground masalas. We use a mixer grinder almost every single day. In today’s post I will be sharing a review of TTK Racer Mixer Grinder and a delicious Goan… 

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Jelly Custard Shots

Jelly Custard Shots

It’s been a long time since I made jelly and custard. My little one wanted to eat jelly and hubby wanted custard. I wanted both jelly and custard. Thus, I had planned a jelly custard shot recipe for Valentine’s Day, but due to office work and daily calls I just could not find time to cook… 

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Matar Paneer

Matar Paneer

Matar Paneer or Mutter Paneer is a delicious recipe made with cottage cheese or paneer and green peas in a tomato and onion gravy which is mildly spicy. This is one of the popular Punjabi recipe. This is one of my favorite recipes and I have been preparing it every now and then. Just today,… 

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Sweet Potato Kheer | Kangachi Kheer

Sweet Potato Kheer

Sweet potato kheer or Kangachi kheer is another traditional kheer or pudding prepared in Goa. Sweet potatoes are found in abundance in this season in Goa and rest of India. In Goa sweet potatoes are known as “kanga” in Konkani. Sweet potatoes are used in making different types of dishes like kheer mentioned in this… 

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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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Beer Batter Prawns

Beer Batter Prawns

Have a party at night and wondering what to cook for appetisers? Try these crispy and delicious beer batter prawns. I am sure, your guests will love them and will ask for more. Beer batter Prawns is a crispy and light appetiser. Serve them with drinks like cocktails or mocktails for parties. Add beer while… 

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Vegan Eggless Omelette

Vegan Eggless Omelette

Every morning a question comes to my mind as to what to cook for breakfast. I prepare this Vegan Eggless Omelette on days when I don’t eat non-veg like Mondays and Thursdays. This is a low calorie weight loss recipe which can be prepared for breakfast or evening snacks. Instead of eggs chickpea flour (besan)… 

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Pudina Pulao Recipe And TTK Prestige Microwave Pressure Cooker – A Product Review

Prestige Microwave Pressure Cooker

Today’s recipe is mint rice or pudina pulao which I made using my Prestige Microwave Pressure Cooker. Yes you heard it right! Prestige Microwave Pressure Cooker – the first Microwave Pressure Cooker in India. Whenever we speak about pressure cookers, Prestige is the brand which first comes to our mind. Prestige Microwave Pressure cooker is… 

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Sarson Ka Saag

Sarson Ka Saag

Sarson Ka Saag is a healthy curry which is normally made during the winter season in Northern parts of India specially Punjab. In English, Sarson Ka Saag is known as mustard greens. Traditionally this dish is served with makki di roti which means maize flour flat bread and a blob of butter. This is a… 

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Beet Greens Stir Fry | Beetroot Leaves Subzi

Beetroot Greens

Today’s recipe is beet greens stir fry or subzi. Yes! You read it right stir fry made with beetroot leaves. There is a story behind how I came across these leaves and how I cooked with them. It was by chance that I came across these leaves in the grocery store. Almost everyone was discarding… 

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