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Category: Maternal inheritance

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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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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Plum Jam and Vanilla Mascarpone Roulade

Plum Jam and Vanilla Mascarpone Roulade

I share my mum’s love for Roulades. Swiss Rolls, as they are known in bakeries here. When we were kids, my mum would make a simple butterless sponge sheet and slather it with store-bought mixed fruit jam and roll it up tightly. This would be our 4 o’clock snack or make its way to our […]

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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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Kaale Gaajar ki Kaanji

Kaale Gaajar ki Kaanji

Come spring, Radha kaku would try and find out if her sister, Auntie Evie had any plans of coming down to Mumbai. Radha kaku had family roots up North in Delhi and Bathinda. She would pine for the kale gaajar ki kaanji every season, and somehow, through this one or that, she’d get her quota […]

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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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