Dal Baati Churma

Dal Baati churma is probably the most popular of the Rajasthani cuisine. Ghee dipped baatis are served with a spicy dal and sweet churma laddus. Add gatte ki sabji and rice to this and this turns into a big delicious and royal Rajasthani meal for you. As with all other recipes, this is my family… Continue reading Dal Baati Churma

Bharwan Bhindi

Bharwan bhindi is a spicy curry from Hyderabad. Bhindi is cooked with salan like gravy made with ground nut, sesame seeds, tamarind paste, and spices. Tamarind is an important part of my family recipes. I remember my mom keeping a stock of tamarind water and ground peanuts and sesame seeds always. This gravy goes well… Continue reading Bharwan Bhindi

Peppermint Mocha Cups

Peppermint mocha cups inspired by the popular holiday classic peppermint mocha coffee. Tart shells filled with a mint flavored ganache and topped with coffee flavored cream to rekindle the holiday memories. Peppermint mocha season is long gone now but we are still craving for more. It is one of the most cherished holiday drinks for… Continue reading Peppermint Mocha Cups

Dal Pakwaan

Dal Pakwan is a sindhi breakfast. It is crispy puris made of all purpose flour (maida) and topped with chana dal mixed with onion, tomato, sweet and spicy chutneys and lots of fresh coriander. I don’t know its Rajasthan connection but I remember eating it in Ajmer where it is sold as a street food.… Continue reading Dal Pakwaan

Badam ka Seera

Seera is a Rajasthani sweet dish made of whole wheat flour, pure ghee, and sugar.  This dish is a part of every important celebration or pooja. It can be cooked in a jiffy and doesn’t require any fancy ingredients. My grandmother makes badam ka seera (Almond seera) and it is to die for. She used… Continue reading Badam ka Seera

Thalipeeth (Maharashtrian Savory Pancakes)

Thalipeeth is a Maharashtrian breakfast or tea time snack. It is a very nutritious dish made with seven types of flours and fresh vegetables. Thalipeeth is usually served with fresh homemade butter, ghee, or thick yogurt. The recipe varies from region to region or even family to family and this is the recipe I have… Continue reading Thalipeeth (Maharashtrian Savory Pancakes)

Rajasthani Mirchibada

Mirchi bada in Rajasthan or mirchi bhajji is South is a delicious street food made of thick and long green chillies dipped in gram flour and deep fried. It perfectly complements piping hot tea on a rainy day. For a very long time, this was our Sunday special snack along with other bhajiyas. In Rajasthan… Continue reading Rajasthani Mirchibada