Try my Oats idli recipe which is very easy for weekday breakfasts & of course don’t forget to try my hummus chuttney with idli. Read more
Fig is the high source of dietary fiber and minerals. Flavor different food with these fig. Read more
Poha is a Maharashtrian breakfast dish, which is one of my childhood favorite. We used to eat poha as snack coming back from school because breakfasts are always very hurry-burry time. It’s an another easy, healthy, filling food. For this recipe we can use both red and white flattened rice and according to your taste can add some veggies. Try this yummy poha, we are having this as our dinner. Read more
Asparagus is one of the healthy spring vegetable. It goes well in any recipes, it doesn’t tastes different. My favorite preparation is it’s thoran with lots of grated coconut & of course upma. I usually like upma loaded with different veggies and once I made upma with asparagus became everybody’s favorite. It can be eaten as breakfast or dinner. This is an usual dinner in one of our weekdays. Try out this healthy recipe, kids gonna love this asparagus upma. Read more
Simple breakfast has 2 benefits especially on weekends; more sleep & breakfast on time. There is not fat added (as coconut) even though it’s soft and crumbly as authentic puttu. Try this easy healthy recipe & eat the breakfast like a King. Read more
The beautiful yellow cakes with black beads on top were always my attraction among those fried savory spicy snacks & the question raised in me was “Don’t these yellow sweet cake seems odd among the other snacks?”. Once, while our evening walk Dad bought that for me & my question got cleared, it’s Dhokla a Gujurati (state in India) dish which has all the beauty of a fluffy cake. We got settled in Kerala, and unfortunately forgot those dishes. Few years back I went to Mumbai for my internship & stayed with my mema (mother’s sister) in the weekends. She is such a caring loving person, even she is a working women, busy with kids… somehow she finds time to cook something special or my favorites for me & after long time I had this Dhokla when my mema prepared, In a first bite itself, it bought all those Mumbai memories to me & Thanking once again mema.
There are different types of Dhokla, depending on their ingredients. Dhokla is basically made of rice and chickpeas while Khaman Dhokla is made of only chickpeas/chickpea flour ( made instantly by adding more baking soda to make it fluffy when compared to Dhokla).
We all love Dhokla. Try the recipe & let everyone explore the taste of yummy Khaman Dhokla…. Read more