Yes! My Foodcourt turns 10 today! and a recipe for Microwave Borscht with Golay- to celebrate this decade long journey,the win and good food in general!
India’s Best blogger, Khadya Jatra and Khandeshi Cuisine
‘Dubuk Vade’ is a rustic homestyle,spicy Khandeshi preparation, where chickpea flour dumplings are cooked in a spicy kala masala gravy.
Rajasthani Papad Mangodi ki Kadhi for Regional Indian Home cooking
Happy New Year to all the readers of My Foodcourt! After all the festive binge eating, it is time now to get back to simple hearty meals. My friend Garima has a recipe for a comforting Rajastahni Papad Mangodi ki Kadhi, perfect for the nippy weather. I met Garima when she was staying in Nasik. I was thrilled to discover another food blogger from Nasik! But by the time we actually met, sadly it was time for her to move to Bombay. We met just for a couple of hours and we connected instantly. I felt like we have known…
Hadga/Agasti Flower Bhajias
A very Happy New Year to all of you. I am back after a looooooong silence on MyFoodcourt. As you can guess the resolution for 2015 is to blog as much I can! I have been thinking of posting recipes for a long time. The ‘comeback recipe’ for the blog has spanned from Christmas cake to Yule log to Pavlova to a humble porridge-but only in my mind! A trip to the older part of the city a couple of days back lead me to a treasured discovery- the edible Hadga flowers. I had a faint memory of my childhood…
Zunka- The quintessential Maharashtrian comfort food
I promise this is going to be one of the last ‘themed’ recipes. I have been cooking themed food in my house for the last month or so J Now if I repeat any vegetable in a week , Ajay thinks that’s the theme for some blog event! Now-a-days my monthly grocery/ vegetable list is also influenced by the Blog events. Coming to Zunka-I have earlier posted about Pithla. Zunka is a drier version of this Pithla with or without vegetables. I have added Fresh green fenugreek (Methi) leaves and onion to this Zunka. You can substitute fenugreek leaves with…