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Khichdi or Khichri or Kichuri – Rice & Lentil Stew

Commonly consumed by Gujaratis, Khichdi is declared as a national food by the government. This is a dish which is nutritious with its contents and healthy in flavours. This is a combination of rice, cereals, vegetables, and ghee. It can be consumed with curd or buttermilk.

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Instant Khaman Dhokla Sandwiches – Electric Pressure Cooker

Khaman Dhokla Sandwiches can be made from Instant Khaman Dokla recipes. This recipe is very versatile for picnic, party and even after school snack. Perfect breakfast or tea time snack as well. I use Electric Multi Cooker to proof bread/pizza dough, to ferment all my Indian batter like Dosa, Khaman Dhokla, Idli and so on… …

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Kela Methi Bhajiya or Pakore aka Khalwa

Banana Fenugreek Fritters is a wedding specialty where I grew up in Gujarat. A very popular and tasty Gujarati snack called Mehti Kela na Bhajiya, Methi Pakora or also known as Khalwa. These tasty treats have a very rare combination of mildly bitter methi leaves (fenugreek leaves) and pleasantly sweet ripe bananas. These mouthwatering Methi …

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Atta Laccha Chapati – Pad Wali Roti

Roti (also known as chapati) is a flatbread originating from the Indian subcontinent, made from stoneground wholemeal flour, traditionally known as atta, that originated and is consumed in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Maldives, Malaysia and Bangladesh. It is also consumed in parts of South Africa, Fiji, Mauritius, the southern Caribbean, particularly in Trinidad …

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Spiced Sprouted Moong Beans – Ugadela or Fangavela Mung Sabzis

As soon as I think of spiced sprouted moong beans sabji, my mouth starts watering. There are few ways you can prepare sprouted moong beans. Sprouted moong beans can be eaten raw in salads and soups, slightly steamed or stir fried with vegetables and even curry or sabji can be prepared using sprouted moong. Sometimes, …

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Kadhi Masala Paste

Many healthy ingredients go into this Kadhi Masala paste, such as fresh turmeric roots, ginger root, mango ginger root and so on. I always have to have the paste ready as Kadhi is our staple recipe to go in our everyday meal menu. There are few variations for making Kadhi. You don’t have to have …

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Bombay Jeera Aloo

Jeera Aloo is a typical vegetarian Indian dish which is often served as a side dish and normally goes well with hot puris, chapatti, roti or dal. Its main ingredients are potatoes, cumin seeds and Indian spices. I love to prepare this often as it requires very few basic ingredients: 2 tsp cumin seeds 2¾ …

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Dry Sabzis in Pressure Cooker

In this post I thought of sharing some tips/tricks to prepare the best traditional healthy Indian Vegetarian Sabzis that are authentic, quick to cook and packed with flavor and taste. Dry Sabzis or Subjis or also known as Shaak, sukhi or Korma in some part of India are basically vegetables cooked with oil till soft. …

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Pressure Cooker Recipes

Pressure cooking is getting popular with new inventions and safety features. Pressure cooking is only a few hundred years old, and it only really became popular for home use in the last century. When I was a child, using first-generation pressure cookers was still considered a bit dangerous. They didn’t have all the built-in safety …

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How to make Idra | Idada | White Khatta Dhokla

Idra is basically Gujarati white Dhokla which are made from rice and black gram(Urad) are quite healthy and contains right mix of carbohydrate and protein. Idra is soft and fluffy dhoklas that are good for snacks. Now, there are few ways, this delicacy is prepared. Traditionally, rice and black gram(Urad dal) is soaked overnight, grind …

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Kapuriya or Gora no Lot – Steamed Rice & Lentil

Kapuriya or Gora – Instant version of Dhokla is very popular where I grew up. I grew up eating all kinds of steamed food like Khaman, Dhokla, Kapuriya and so on….I still follow my tradition of food and love to prepare for my family. I am glad that my kids who born and grew up …

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Kela Methi Thepla – Banana Fenugreek Flat Bread

Awesomeness of Calcium, Protein, Iron and more! I adapted this recipe from fritters that are made using Besan(gram Flour), methi(Fenugreek leaves) and banana. When I made first time, I simply fell in love with these Theplas. These Theplas can go very well with any curry.