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Category: masalas

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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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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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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Crab and Pineapple Curry (and My Jhola’s First Giveaway!)

Crab and Pineapple Curry (and My Jhola’s First Giveaway!)

 {Scroll down for the giveaway!} This year is going to be about stepping out of my comfort zone. In the kitchen and otherwise. I think it’s the best way to learn—to challenge oneself, to face one’s fears in the face and give it all you’ve got. This may sound a bit dramatic for a recipe, […]

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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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Pull Apart Pesto Rolls

Pull Apart Pesto Rolls

This is something I first made a year ago, at least and have been making and teaching a lot ever since. It’s a simple bread recipe that got perked up with the addition of my friend Megha of i2cook‘s fantastic basil pesto. Megha makes a cashew nut and soy oil pesto that is fresh and […]

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Top 10 Winter recipes on My Jhola

Top 10 Winter recipes on My Jhola

I’m just back from a quick weekend getaway in Jodhpur, where I was invited to the launch of a book on the Temple Food of India. The weather was cool, the night a little a nippy. With my friends I gorged on the mirchi vadas and pyaaz ki kachoris that Jodhpur is famous for and […]

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