Green beans are called “Farasbi/Farasbee or Pharasbi” and bhaaji means a vegetable preparation (in this case) in Marathi language. I am a fan of this green vegetable since childhood. Stir-fry green beans are usually served with roti/ poli/ chapati. I was a good kid who ate the vegetables served in the plate without complains. Actually with
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Wish you a very happy, healthy and prosperous Diwali ! ! Shubh Deepavali ! !
After writing so much about the Europe trip, I figured it was obligatory that I mention about my food experiences on this *food blog*!! I have a lot to say, and at the same time, I am not sure if it will actually be interesting for people who read this food blog to get recipes or
Sabudana – Tapioca Sago made food items is commonly acceptable during religious fasts in India. Sago has almost 90% carbohydrates and very less proteins, vitamins and minerals. They act as main ingredients of two popular dishes ” Sabudana khichdi” and “Sabudana wada”. Now, I would call sabudana wada as Sago pattice just for my convenience. Usually,
As I sit here in my apartment soaking the sunlight seeping from my balcony door (a rare sunny day in Sweden), I am reading about the delayed monsoons in India. The much-awaited rains have arrived few days back in Mumbai. Ah!! the smell of the soil after first rains and the drop in temperatures when
Peas are rich source of protein. They are called mutter in Indian languages. We commonly use it in vegetable gravy, snacks and rice dishes. Ingredients For covering All purpose flour 1cup Salt Oil (hot) 1spoon Ajwaein in hindi (bishop’s weed or carom in English) few seeds crushed Water For stuffing Blanched Green peas 1cup Grated