Indian Food

Sadhana Ginde

Alu Vadi is a typical Maharashtrian dish made using colocasia leaves (aka taro leaves). It's a bit hard to describe, but it's a layered and stuffed roll that's steamed and then pan fried. It's also super delicious and worth the extra effort. It's perfect as an appetizer, side dish or snack.

Sadhana Ginde

A typical khichidi is any mix of dal and rice cooked together. It's a great way to add some protein into a mainly vegetarian diet. Try my simple Moong Dal Khichidi - it's an easy to prepare, delicious & winning combination of moong dal and rice cooked together until perfect.

Sadhana Ginde

Traditional Indian street food right in your very own home kitchen! Mumbai Frankies are one of the most popular street foods and a personal favorite! These delicious and easy to prepare Indian style wraps are just perfect for a light meal or as a snack.

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Autumn is just around the corner and what better way to welcome its arrival than with sweet butternut squash. Try this delicious Indian version with cashews for some great texture and crunch! Do make my Butternut Squash with Cashews soon, this vegetable is seasonal :-)

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My delicious Spicy Coconut Panko Shrimp makes for a tasty appetizer or side dish. This simple dish can either be lightly fried to crunchy perfection or baked in the oven until golden & crispy. Either way, this dish is always a home run with family & friends!

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 :-)