Rajasthan ki Thali

Rajasthan ki Thali is a complete spread of Rajasthani curries, bread and sweets. It is a complete spread from the sandy deserts of Rajasthan.   Rajasthan is my neighbouring state and although there are so many cities of this rich, cultural state, we normally travel to Udaipur very regularly. Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Jaipur are the main cities…

Biscuit Bakhri

Biscuit Bakhri is a unleavened flatbread bread , made with whole wheat flour. It is smaller than chapati ,but thick , crisp and hard in texture .   Bakhri’s are popular in Rajasthan , Gujrat and Maharashtra . Each state has a slight variation , the Rajasthani Bakhri is made with whole wheat flour ,…

North Indian Thali

North Indian Thali is a Thali which has assorted and selected dishes from different regions of North Indian states of India.   Ideally, I should have planned a thali, picking each North Indian state and compiled the Thali, but this is one thali that I made for a formal dinner, so could not plan the…

Babru

Babru is a traditional deep-fried stuffed flatbread from Himachal Pradesh, a North Indian state.   Babru , the Himachali deep-fried flatbread has been on my mind since we did The Cooking Odyssey where we picked the Indian States and cooked traditional dishes. I had picked Himachal Pradesh and made Rajma ka Madra, Ambua, Nashpati ki…

Himachal Pradesh Thali

Himachal Pradesh Thali is a thali meal where selected and popular dishes from this region have been put together. The meal is homely, yet delicious.   Himachal Pradesh is a North Indian state, which has a lot of natural beauty. The word Him means snow in Sanskrit, and trust me these snow-clad mountains make a…

Maharashtrian Rustic Thali

Maharashtrian Rustic Thali is a thali which has a spread of typical Maharashtrian dishes which complement each other. Bread and rice naturally follow. Today’s Maharashtrian Rustic Thali is a Thali made by a Maharashtrian lady with me just doing the finishing touches. A few months back we were in Nashik and like always we booked…

Jowar ki Roti

Jowar ki Roti is an unleavened Indian bread made with Jowar Flour or Sorghum. The roti is a speciality of Maharashtra. Jowar ki Roti is also called Jwarichi Bhakri, the same roti is popular in Karnataka as Jolada rotti. We Sindhi’s also make a similar roti with a slight variation and call it Jowar jo…

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…