Faraali Misal Sabudaan Khichdi with Peanut potato curry mixture ( Vrat recipe )

A very tasty  dish usually prepared and served during the fasting months. Even without onions and garlic some dishes can be prepared in  very delicious way. Popular in Maharashtra, Gujarat and some parts of North , Faraali Misal is one such yummy dish which is quite a meal by itself.Here the sabudaana khichdi is prepared… 

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Rava Masala Dosa (Spiced semolina and flours crepes )

Different views of the rava dosa….simple plain no onion rava dosa. If you want onion rava dosa, just scatter the chopped onion pieces all over pan and sprinkle the batter all over to form a mesh . One of the most favourite South Indian Dish after Idlis, dosa and pongal comes  the rava dosa. This… 

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Masala dosa – Mysore Masala Dosa..By Your Everyday Cook

Mysore Masala Dosa is perhaps one of the top dish ordered in any vegetarian restaurants more popular in South India and equally  relished  in the Northern states. The name itself has one drooling as it is such a fascinating dish combining spicy red chutney and filled to bursting  with a lovely concoction of gently cooked potatoes with onions and… 

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Sabudana Khichdi | upwas recipe (sago/Javarsi )

sabudana khichdi, upwas recipe , vrat recipe, sago khichdi

This is a very delicious simple easy to prepare breakfast dish from Maharashtra. It is sago cooked with potatoes and crushed peanuts.   Traditionally this was prepared during fasting period and used such healthy ingredients.Even today it continues be a favourite among those fasting and almost all states prepare this in some form or other. I have… 

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Idli/Dosa batter

Idlis form the most important breakfast food  for South Indians which is prepared almost every other day or some even have it daily. I cannot think  of any other lighter healthier  way of starting my day  other than with steamed Idlis. Idlis are one of the most easily digestible foods as it is steamed and no oil is… 

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