Indian Food

Sadhana Ginde

Although Goa is most famous for its seafood dishes, Chicken Cafreal is a wonderful example of the tasty variety Goan cuisine has to offer. Traditionally, this dish is usually deep fried but my healthy version of Chicken Cafreal is baked without sacrificing any delicious flavor whatsoever.

Sadhana Ginde

My all time favorite Indian dessert! A wonderful sweet dish consisting of fried dough balls in a sweetened syrup. I have also added a delicious modern twist to the classic traditional recipe. Try my Gulab Jamun recipe & see exactly why it's so impossible to eat just one :-)

Sadhana Ginde

A delicious & easy fish curry from India's southern neighbor - Sri Lanka. Being an island, Sri Lankan cuisine boasts some of the freshest seafood around but the key to this tasty curry lies in my special home made Sri Lankan Curry Powder.

Sadhana Ginde

A delicious & comforting "soup" from my home state of Maharashtra. Maharashtrian Kadhi is best described as a spiced yogurt soup that is thickened using besan (gram flour or chickpea flour). It is usually eaten along with meal rather than as a separate soup course. Best of all, it's healthy too!

Sadhana Ginde

This dish takes me back to my childhood, many of them spent at my grandmother's place in India. She had mango trees in her garden, so it was no surprise that she made this dish often. Packed with protein, this healthy & nutritious dish combines dal with green mangoes - it's simple yet delicious!

Sadhana Ginde

My tasty Banana Pooris are so simple to make and always delicious to eat. It's also a sweet way to use up your over ripe bananas :-) So treat your family to some yummy Banana Pooris today.