Nachani Satva is a Goan specialty. It is mildly sweet and delicious. Like most other Goan sweets this recipe also uses coconut milk and Jaggery. The main ingredient is Nachani (Ragi) and is very nutritious.
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Dal Thoy is a spiced dal made with minimal ingredients. It is a great soup to serve on a chilly night with some Indian flat bread. In Goa, it is served with steaming rice.
Cocktail samosa is a deep fried snack with vegetable stuffing in a samosa sheets shaped to triangle or cone. Basically cocktail samosa is an ideal party snack which can be served as starter or even as appetizer and certainly loved by all gender groups and particularly by kids.
Dhuska is one of the most popular items in Jharkhand and is a part of every household. Your journey to Jharkhand is incomplete without tasting Dhuska. It is usually consumed as a breakfast item and is prepared from rice and lentil batter, which is fried later. It is normally served with traditional ghugni, which is […]
Bhindi Sambar (Okra Sambar) is a South Indian signature dish usually served with idli, dosa, uttappa, and rice. Various vegetables such as drumsticks, pumpkin, potato, brinjal, white gourd, etc., are usually used for the preparation of sambar.
Ambadyachi Karam is a Goan traditional dish and is normally prepared for Diwali celebrations, it is prepared even otherwise. The main ingredients are hog plums, coconut, and jaggery. It is flavored with Shankar chhap hing. Its preparation may vary from household to household, it can be cooked or kept uncooked. Cooking makes it tastier.
Beetroot paratha is a healthy and nutrient red-colored flatbread recipe made with beetroot purée. It is an ideal morning breakfast recipe that can also be used for afternoon lunch and night dinner. It is generally eaten and served with pickle and raita, but can be served with any choice of dry or gravy based curries.
Aloo kachori (potato stuffed kachori) is a variation of the popular kachori recipe prepared with spicy potato masala stuffing. An ideal evening snack recipe or also can be served as a breakfast recipe with dhokla or jalebi.
Varan is a simple and quick Goan staple of dal and rice that is typically made during festivals and other special occasions. It is a chief component of the traditional offering to God known as “Naivedya.” While it is common for some to add a tempering of curry leaves to this, the typical Goan preparation […]
Tomato Saar is basically a tangy, spicy tomato soupy curry preparation with curry leaves and chilies. It’s most commonly served during Goan religious festive time! The curry is light and a perfect summer accompaniment as part of the meal. Lightly spiced with curry leaves and dried red chilies for that smoky flavor. It goes well […]