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Paaya / Goat Leg Curry

Paaya or goat leg is very healthy and beneficial to encourage the bone health. The nutrition content in these trotters or goat leg makes the bone strong and is recommended for people who has calcium deficiency. 234 more words

Side Dish

Suralichya Vadya/ Khandvi

Indian steamed spring rolls: Okay that might just be me trying to put a fancy spin on it. But these delectable rolls are nothing short of fancy, gourmet food art and yet they are one of the most humble dishes in a typical marathi home. 348 more words

Home Cooking

Holi re Holi, Purnachi Poli!

As is true of most festivals in India, Holi, marking the end of winter and the beginning of spring, too is celebrated in diverse ways in various states of the country. 50 more words

A Sliver Of Life

Indulge in a Marathi Mejwani at Senses, Marriott Suites Pune

Marriott Suites Pune is back with another food festival and this time around the hotel offers the best of Maharashtra on a plate. To ensure an authentic experience three home chefs will be joining hands with the hotel’s in house chefs. 134 more words


Kothimbir Vadi Recipe

Kothimbir Vadi Recipe……

Hello friends 😀

Kothimbir Vadi is a traditional snack of Maharashtra (state in India).

Preparation time for this recipe is 20 minutes, cooking time is 15 minutes and serves 3 people. 318 more words


Marathi Mulgi

After a few blogs with western style of clothing, my Indian instincts started tingling, and I had to go back and bring it out. So, I went ahead and borrowed a nine yard maharashtrian saree, and styled it in a way which was modern, but still had it’s roots in place. 159 more words


Sprouted Pulses Stir Fry

Sprouted Pulses Stir Fry !! A very quick and easy to make recepie. In this recepie I have used Malvani tikha masala which is a special masala powder used to make maharashtrian spicy gravies. 146 more words