Bhagar and Danyachi amti is a typical Maharashtrian feast made during religious fasts.This spicy dish is a great gluten free meal option even on non-fasting days
Forbidden treat-Kavuni Arisi Payasam (Black Rice pudding)
Kavuni Arisi Payasam or Black Rice Pudding is a specialty of the Chettinad region of Tamil Nadu. This gorgeous deep violet hued sweet, is a prominent preparation of most festive fares of the Chettiars.
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.
Modur Pulav for Regional Indian Home cooking series#1- a guest post by Anshie of Spice Roots
We are celebrating Nine years of Homestyle cooking at My Foodcourt! I have always been fascinated by the variety of the regional delicacies cooked in Indian homes. When I started blogging, we had a few events like the RCI that showcased regional cooking and which also introduced me to the different delicacies cooked in Indian homes. Instead of hosting an event, I thought of inviting my blogger friends from all over India and the world to share their classic, homestyle recipes. I haven’t been fortunate enough to experience much of Kashmiri homestyle cooking, so I thought of kick-starting this series…
Tomato Saar is a quintessential Maharashtrian preparation, also a ‘must have’ dish for most of our festive fares. Tomato is paired with coconut and then tempered with a few spices to make a sweet-spicy-tangy ‘soup’ usually as an accompaniment to steamed rice, although it can also be served like a soup on its own. Every Maharashtrian household has a ‘unique’ recipe for Tomato Saar. This recipe is my mom’s and I have followed exactly as she makes it. (I am surprised that after all these years I have missed blogging about it here on My Foodcourt!) In other news, after…