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Category: Marathi

Mangoes, pickles, and a home lost

I first documented this recipe for The Gore Family Cookbook; I am reproducing it here: Mothi Aai’s Mohoricha Loncha This recipe is a staple in the Gore kitchen, and children are often initiated into pickle appreciation with this sweet-sour-pungent pickle. Long train journeys were made bearable armed with dabbas of curd rice and dollops of […]

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Kolhapur

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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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Marathi Mejwani at APB Cook Studio

Marathi Mejwani at APB Cook Studio

Rushina, my dear food writer friend and pioneer Mumbai food blogger, is always one to encourage regional cuisine awareness and give it a bit of PR through her work at APB Cook Studio (where I have taught more  than a few bread classes). She has launched The Culinary Legacy series, where she invites subject matter […]

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Thalipeeth Crackers with Thecha Dip (and winners of the first My Jhola giveaway!)

Thalipeeth Crackers with Thecha Dip (and winners of the first My Jhola giveaway!)

{Scroll down for the giveaway winners!} All of last year, I spent in wrapping some projects up, writing my book, being pregnant, and then of course, I almost went in hiding while I got used to being the mother of three children. One of the things I have really missed in all this time, is […]

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Being Ghaati

I was blessed with great hair. It was in the genes. It was jet black, thick, long, wavy, healthy and a matter of pride. My mother never cut it. Not even a trim. Aai, my maternal gran, started tying my hair when I was just about 4 months old—I couldn’t even sit up then, but […]

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Crisp Koli Masala Prawns

Crisp Koli Masala Prawns

A few months ago, when I first met an old blogger friend, Anjali Koli for the first time, she showered me with treats–some homemade peanut fudge, a beautiful handmade card, and a traditional spice blend typical to her hometown–a koli masala. I used the masala sparingly (partly because it was fiery and partly because I […]

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