Iftar Platter

Iftar Platter is a spread of the various dishes one can enjoy while breaking their fast during Ramadan. The last three days I have been posting recipes related to food that can be consumed while we Indians fast, but today it’s a different scene altogether. Today it is about breaking the fast! I love reading about…

Fariyali Fajeto

Fariyali Fajeto is a curry made from mango pulp. It is made as a fasting food with special chestnut flour / Singhade ka Atta. The Mango Curry / Fajeto is a popular curry made in Gujrati homes. It’s a delicious sweet and sour curry made with mango pulp, yoghurt and chickpea flour. The curry is…

Maharashtrian Mix Platter

Maharashtrian Mix Platter is a platter where a set of some of our favourite and popular Maharashtrian dishes have been put together. Maharashtrian cuisine has some traditional dishes which are globally popular. For this Mix Platter, I have selected some of them. The first one is Pav Bhaji. This is one street food which has…

Rava Idli

Rava Idli is a South Indian steamed lentil cake made with semolina. It is a variation of Idli, a popular snack. This is an instant Idli and requires no fermentation. Many a time we feel like having Idlis but to make them we need to soak, grind and ferment the rice and dal. Rava Idlis…

Udupi Tiffin Recipes

Udupi Tiffin Recipes are recipes which have collectively formed my platter displaying some of the most popular Udupi Tiffin Recipes. Udupi is a small district in the Karnataka region of South India. The district is small with old temples and some delicious food. The Udupi Cuisine is globally popular and it’s amazing to see how…

Sindhi Breads

Sindhi Breads are a variety of flatbreads that a Sindhi family cooks day to day. Here these have been served together to form a breakfast platter. Sindhi’s are equally fond of their breads and rice. We have a large variety of both in our cuisine. When we talk of flatbreads the most popular is the…

Chatpati Chaat Platter

Chatpati Chaat platter is a platter where a combination of different lip-smacking chaats has been put together. Chaat, comes from the word chaatna, which literally means to lick. Chaats are normally eaten with hands and then we just lick our fingers! The chaats originated in Uttar Pradesh, India and now are globally popular. All the…

Bahubali Pakora Platter

Bahubali Pakora Platter is a platter where a variety of batter-fried pakodas or fritters are served along with various condiments. They make a perfect tea time snack. Pakoras are batter-fried deep-fried snacks which are popular in India. Pakoras can be made with almost any vegetables, and seriously there is such a huge list of these…

Gujarati Farsan Platter

Gujarati Farsan Platter is a collective term used for a type of snacks in  Gujarati cuisine. Some of these are fried, while some are steamed.  For our last Mega Marathon, where Sweets and Snacks was the theme, I posted two weeks of these dry-fried farsans, like Tikha Ganthia, Leelo Chevdo, Tum Tum and many more…