Pav Bhaji Recipe | Mumbai Pav Bhaji | Easy Mumbai Style Pav Bhaji
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Pav Bhaji Recipe | Mumbai Pav Bhaji | Easy Mumbai Style Pav Bhaji

Very popular street food and an iconic dish of Maharashtra, which nowadays you can find it pretty much everywhere in India. Pav means the soft bun and bhaji is the tangy and spicy vegetable mash. Pan toasted soft bun with lots of butter and served with a tangy and spicy mix vegetable mash.¬† Topped with…

Pyaaz Ki Kachori | Rajasthani Pyaaz Kachori | Onion Kachori Recipe
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Pyaaz Ki Kachori | Rajasthani Pyaaz Kachori | Onion Kachori Recipe

This snack is a famous street food of Rajasthan, which is now very popular across North India. This can be eaten as a whole meal and will keep your tummy full for a long period of time. This is the reason it is also known as ‘Traders food’, as this was first introduced by the…

Beetroot Pickled Salad | Beetroot Salad | Beetroot Recipe
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Beetroot Pickled Salad | Beetroot Salad | Beetroot Recipe

Beetroot pickle salad is my all-time favorite superfood beet salad and you will always find it in my refrigerator. Easy to make and gets ready in a jiffy. Beetroot is a root vegetable and both the root and its leaves are extremely nutritious. It was first cultivated for its medicinal properties. Although in Ancient Greek…

Pomelo Salad | Batabi Lebu Salad | Chakotra Salad | Pomelo Recipe
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Pomelo Salad | Batabi Lebu Salad | Chakotra Salad | Pomelo Recipe

Pomelo is known as Chakotra, Batabi lebu, Robab tenga, etc and is grown in India, China, Fiji, Malaysia, Thailand. They are a staple fruit in many Chinese and Japanese diets. This is the largest out of all citrus fruits. They look yellow and pale green in color but they aren’t as juicy as grapefruit, sweeter…

Pumpkin Flower Fritters | Pumpkin Flower Recipe | Fried Pumpkin Flower Recipe | Kumro Phuler Pakora
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Pumpkin Flower Fritters | Pumpkin Flower Recipe | Fried Pumpkin Flower Recipe | Kumro Phuler Pakora

“Pumpkin Flower Fritters” This crunchy pumpkin flowers are very easy to make and gets ready within a few minutes and can be a great vegan starter. It looks as good as it tastes, this is the reason I am sharing this with you. 2 days ago while walking down the lane for morning walk, I…

Fava Beans Fry Recipe | Broad Beans Fry | Bakla Bhaji
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Fava Beans Fry Recipe | Broad Beans Fry | Bakla Bhaji

Fava beans, this shell bean has a unique flavour, meaty and slightly herbaceous. Fava beans are succulent and sweet while young, becoming floury and more strongly flavoured as they age. This with edible pod should be bright green and firm, bend one and it should snap cleanly in half. Older beans which will be dull…

Neem Begun Recipe | Neem Pata Begun Bhaja | Eggplant and Neem Leaves
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Neem Begun Recipe | Neem Pata Begun Bhaja | Eggplant and Neem Leaves

In a typical Bengali meal something bitter like Kerela fry, Sukto, Neem leaves fry, Neem begun, Moringa flower etc is served at the beginning as it is believed having something bitter at the start of a meals, cleanses the impurities of our body. Neem begun is a very simple and easy to make dish, with…

Til Aloo Ko Achaar | Sesame Potato Snacks | Til Aloo Recipe
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Til Aloo Ko Achaar | Sesame Potato Snacks | Til Aloo Recipe

Til Aloo is a typical Nepali snacks and one of the dishes very close to my heart. This is the first dish I have made for the first time, with the help of my sister, when I was in school. During our school days we were not allowed to get into the kitchen. This dish…

Bok Phool Bhaja | Agasti Flower Fritters | Bokful Bhaja Recipe
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Bok Phool Bhaja | Agasti Flower Fritters | Bokful Bhaja Recipe

Agasti is a very popular flower in Asian countries and popularly known a Bok Phool in West Bengal, India. In Bengali Bok means Crane and due to its bird look alike crane it is known as Bok Phool. This curvy shaped flower is creamy white in color. Bok Phool bhaja is a very tasty and…

Kabith Bharta | Wood Apple Mash | Kaitha Chutney | Wood Apple Sauce | Wood Apple Bharta Recipe
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Kabith Bharta | Wood Apple Mash | Kaitha Chutney | Wood Apple Sauce | Wood Apple Bharta Recipe

Because of its hard wooden shell it is named as Wood apple with an appearance of Bael fruit and its pulp is greenish brown in color with many crunchy edible seeds. It is sour and pungent in taste and has little similarities of tamarind with funky smell. In India it is grown and found in…