Madhura Ardhini

Mix Veg Mangode

Ingredients: ½ cup Split Green moong Dal 1 medium mashed potato 1 medium onion ¼ cup carrot ¼ cup green leaf vegetable (your choice) ¼ cup chopped coriander 4-5 curry leaves 2 Green chilies 2 tsp Coriander seeds 1 tsp Red chili powder 1 tsp Chaat masala Ginger garlic paste Hing Salt Recipe: 1) Soak […]

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Dry Fruit-Dates Burfi

Ingredients:: Khalash dates Dates-A small bowl full Almonds – 1/4th bowl Cashews – 1/4th bowl Cardamom powder– 1/4th tsp Black raisins – 1/8th of a bowl Desi Cow Ghee Procedure: 1. Roast 1 Tbsp of ghee, almonds, raisins, and cashews separately in a kadai and keep them separately. 2. Also roast Khalash in ghee for

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Motichur Laddu

Ingredients: ½ cup overnight soaked Chana Dal ½ cup Sugar 5 tbsp Water Orange food colour 2 tbsp Ghee Magaj seeds Cardamom Powder Pista Recipe: 1) Blend soaked Chana Dal coarse without adding water. Then cook coarse chana dal in the cooker until 2 whistles. 2) Fry this cooked mixture in ghee for 7-8 min

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Ragi Cookies

Ingredients: 1/2 cup ragi 1/2 cup whole wheat flour (aata)  3/4 cup desiccated coconut 1/2 cup ghee 1/2 cup jaggery powder 1/2 cup baking powder 1 tsp vanilla essence  3 tablespoon(tbsp) milk A pinch of salt 3 tbsp of desiccated coconut Instructions: Working with dry ingredients ‌ Sieve the ragi, whole wheat flour, salt, and

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Paigambari Wheat

Paigambari wheat is one of the oldest varieties of wheat which was cultivated more than 3000 years back. It is a Non-GMO crop. Most of the traditional wheat varieties are extinct as more high-yielding varieties have taken their place. NUTRITIONAL VALUE 1. Low in gluten 2. Low in GI 3. Has 40% more protein when

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Taravami annam is known in different regions in India by different names. Taravani annam or Chaddhu annam or Pakhala bhat all mean the same. These days we hear more about probiotics and that probiotics are good for health but these probiotics came to us during our grandparent’s time only. This is the most nutritious food



Ambadi Sharbat is one of the common and inexpensive summer coolers, popular in the rural parts of Maharashtra.The green leafy vegetable “Ambadi” is known by different names. Ambadi in Marathi, Roselle in English, and Gongura in Telugu.  Ambadi belongs to the hibiscus family of plants  The calyx of the flowers is used to make sharbat


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