Dates & Figs Nuts Burfi | Dates & Figs Nuts Energy Balls | Khajur Anjeer Burfi

I am finally preparing some postpartum snacks with mom, before Baby V is here. These very delicious Khajur Anjeer Burfi’s are perfect concoction of all the nuts to give me energy and help me recover post delivery. It is super easy to make because all you have to do is pulse all the dry fruits…

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Tomato Garlic Confit with Burrata

Tomato Garlic Confit is a rich flavorful and a very versatile preserve cooked on a low temperature for a long time. This confit has minimum ingredients and is packed with fresh flavors. We enjoy it with toasted baguette and hardly have any leftovers ever. I usually make small batches of this tomato garlic confit, to…

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Banana Bread Recipe | One Bowl Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

One bowl banana bread is one of my favorite bakes. It is so easy and quick to make this banana bread. And who doesn’t like minimum dishes in the sink. This banana bread uses pantry staple ingredients, its easy, and Uber delicious. I love a good slice of banana bread smothered with almond butter and…

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Sabudana Khichdi | Sabudana ni Khichdi Recipe

Sabudana Khichdi is a gluten free pilaf made with Tapioca Pearls. This khichdi is made in Gujarat on fasting days and during the festival of Navratri. My mom is visiting, and so I had to record her uber delicious recipe for you guys. The key to a good Sabudana Khichdi is perfectly fluffed tapioca pearls.…

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Beetroot Cutlets | Veg Cutlets Recipe | Beetroot Cutlets Recipe

How I Was Introduced to these Cutlets Last week I was talking to my friend Dharini and she asked me to put the recipe of these traditional veg. cutlets on the blog. This conversation of making these beautiful cutlets gave me a tour back to my childhood. The days, where my dad used to take…

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Bhaat na Muthiya | Gujarati Bhaat na Muthiya Recipe

Bhaat na Muthia is a very famous Gujarati delicacy made using leftover rice and spices. These muthias (dumplings) are steamed and then fried, enjoyed with masala chai as a snack, or a light lunch or dinner. Why do we call this delious dish muthiya. Well here is why. Muthiya is a famous snack from Gujarat…

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Papdi Khichu Recipe| Khichu Recipe | Papdi no Lot

Khichu aka Papdi no Lot has been a heart warming recipe, for decades. This recipe is so easy and quick made with rice flour and green chilies, a few spices, served hot with peanut oil and pickle masala. I have fond memories of my Ba, mummy and kaki in the kitchen, early morning at 4…

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Cheesy Paneer Bhurji Taquitos| Vegetarian Taquitos Recipe

I made these Cheesy Paneer Bhurji Taquitos as a result of leftover paneer bhurji, and tortillas in the fridge were approaching their expiration date. Since then, I always make these Cheesy Taquitos, and serve them topped with lot of onions, tomatoes, cilantro, micro greens or lettuce with a side of lime crema and guacomole. There…

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Baked Potato Wedges | Best Ever Crispy Baked Potato Wedges Recipe

This whole pregnancy, potatoes and rice have been my absolute favorite. Yes, having a carbs loving baby right here. Potato wedges are my favorite to snack on, and I can even have a plate full of them for my lunch. To make delicious crispy baked potato wedges, you need good organic russet potatoes. Throw in…

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Makai Na Vada | How to Make Makai na Vada

Makai na Vada or Makai na Dhebra is a quintessential snack in a Gujarati household. These vadas are packed with delicious sweet and spicy flavors. In my family these vadas were made quite often as these always were a family favorite. When I moved to the States, I used to miss these so much. So…

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