Palak Ni Bhaji Nu Shaak (Spiced Stir Fried Spinach) is a very quick and easy ,traditional, village style recipe made using a lots of green spinach. The chopped spinach is stir fried using some oil with mustard seeds, cumin seeds, ginger garlic, onions, tomatoes, and regular Indian spices. The shaak can be served with roti, … Read more
Pithla / Chickpea flour (Besan ) Curry is traditional recipe from Maharashtra made with Chickpea flour or Besan. The chickpea flour is cooked with oil, mustard seeds, cumin seeds, ginger garlic, green chili, curry leaves , spices, yogurt and water till it becomes semi solid. The gluten free pithla is best when served straight from … Read more
Kadhai Paneer is a popular Indian paneer curry served in the restaurant. The Paneer along with capsicum and onions is cooked in a onion tomato based gravy with freshly ground spices known as kadhai masala. The freshly ground spices makes it aromatic, spicy and flavorful. Kadhai is a type of Indian wok . Since traditionally … Read more
Paneer Cheese Ghotala is a vegetarian version of the popular Surati (Surat in Gujarat, India) style street food made with eggs. Here the grated paneer is cooked in the onions, tomatoes, garlic, green chili, and spices with butter and cheese . Butter and cheese adds taste and richness to the dish. This gluten free dish … Read more
Suran (Yam ) Nu Farali Shaak is a very delicious shaak made quickly by cooking it with oil , cumin seeds, curry leaves, ginger green chili paste and roasted peanuts. It is gluten free and vegan and is enjoyed with rajagira puri or farali roti or samo khichdi. Khao dilse, Khilao dilse aur banao dilse..
Papdi Muthia Nu Shaak / Dumpling in Lima Bean Curry is a delicacy prepared in winters in Gujarati household. Here the dumplings made with fresh fenugreeek leaves and flour are cooked with the lima beans (surti papdi) along with fresh spices. The curry is delicious and full of flavor with all the fresh winter greens … Read more
Sev tameta Nu Shaak is a popular dish available in Gujarati / Kathiyawadi restaurants and road side (dhabha) joints. Just with few ingredients and very easy to make, the dish tastes very delicious. The dish does not need any prior preparations and can be cooked in 20 minutes. Serve hot sev tameta nu shaak with … Read more