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Chutney pudi  

Chutney pudi   

  Chutney Pudi Ingredients: 1 cup grated dried coconut 2 cups roasted Bengal gram ¼ cup fresh curry leaves 2 tablespoons chili flakes ½ teaspoon asafetida 1 tablespoon powdered sugar 1 and ½ teaspoons salt  Method: Dry roast the grated coconut and the Bengal gram separately in a pan until slightly browned. Remove. In the […]

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Recipe Video: Sol Kadhi

Of the few Marathi-Goan dishes that appeal to a universal audience, is Sol Kadhi. It is typically served with indulgent fried seafood and other spicy coastal delicacies as it is believed that a.) the astringency of the kokum helps soothe the digestive system after a heavy meal and b.) coconut milk pairs better with seafood […]

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Tender Cashew Stir Fry

Tender Cashew Stir Fry

Early summer is when  the cashew trees bear fruit. And nut. All along the rich, fertile coastline of India, cashew trees are laden with a flaming orange colored, papaya-like fruit, at the bottom of which, a single cashew nut hangs. This is what makes the nut expensive–one large fruit yields only one nut! The fruit […]

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Coconut Fudge and Jam Tart

Coconut Fudge and Jam Tart

Every Thursday, when the family would fast for the family deity, my great grandma would make naralachi vadi or coconut fudge squares for prasad or the offering to god. She would labor over a panful of freshly grated coconuts, often plucked from the tree in the backyard, stirring in clotted cream, milk and sugar and […]

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Diwali special: Baked Karanji and Baked Namakpare

Diwali special: Baked Karanji and Baked Namakpare

The original, Marathi version of this article appeared in Loksatta on November 10, 2012 and can be read here. I got married on Dassera, and by the time I came back from my honeymoon, it was time for Diwali. I had always been fond of everyday cooking and baking and could manage a decent job […]

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Vaatli Daal

Vaatli Daal

It would be incorrect for me to say that some of the traditional Indian recipes I have here are of tremendous archival value. They’re not–they’re what every family makes across the country and has versions of their own. What I do try to do here is, preserve some of my family favorites for posterity. Some […]

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Naarali Bhaat

Naarali Bhaat

Apart from the fact that Naarali Poornima is the day Coastal Maharashtra celebrates the coconut and that fisherfolk offer coconuts to the sea on this day to ask it give them plenty and keep them safe from calamities, I know little about its significance. What I do know is that on this day, every year, […]

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