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  • Sabudana Vada (Sago Tikki)

    Sabudana Vada is a popular home and street side snack from Maharashtra ,India. Its usually prepared during fasting (Vrat) . This crunchy deep fried fritters is made with Sabudana (Sago), Peanuts ,Potatoes and some spices. It’s a very delicious snack thats crunchy from outside and soft from inside. Generally served with Peanut chutney and sweet […]

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  • Mango Mastani

    Mango Mastani is a perfect mango dessert for summer. Mastani is a combination of Milk shake and Ice-cream served with adding some nuts and Tutti Fruiti. Though Mastani is mainly from Pune city in Maharashtra, India but now a days its famous world wide. It comes in different flavours such as Mango , Pista, Chocolate […]

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  • Upvas DHOKLA

    “Upwas Dhokla” is made with sama rice and sago. Sama rice is known by different name across India like Samo rice, Sama rice , Moriyo , Bhagar , Variche tandul. It is generally consumed during fasting (vrat) day. Sama rice dhokla is very easy to make and delicious too. Normally the fasting food is fried […]

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  • Thalipeeth

    Thalipeeth is a traditional Maharashtrian dish made from the mixture of multiple grains ,millets and pulses in a particular ratio, roasted and grind into a flour called “Bhajani” . Using the dough made from bhajani the thalipeeth is prepared. This process of making bhajani may be lengthly so alternatively one can make the dough directly […]

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  • Veg Dum Biryani

    Veg Biryani is basically a flavourful rice (preferably basmati rice) cooked with Indian spices and vegetables. In Dum biryani vegetables and rice are layered on each other and cooked on very low flame. Dum is a slow cooking method. In this process the ingredients are enclosed in a Handi or thick base pot and the […]

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  • Mango Peda

    Peda is milky and creamy ball shaped sweet, very popular across India. This is a sweet dessert made with khoa and sugar. It also come in various flavours. Its a sweet used to celebrate all the functions and festivals in India. Traditionally peda is made by boiling the milk on low flame until the milk […]

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