Heart to Hearth Recipes

Moth ki Sabzi

Moth beans are a favourite among Marwari and Gujarati communities. They look similar to mung beans but are smaller and golden brown in colour. Tasty and healthy, these are used for making vada and chilla as well. Here is a […]

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Rajasthani Pitla

A quick side-dish made with besan (gram flour), Rajasthani Pitla is a popular recipe from the desert state of Rajasthan and the ultimate comfort food. This recipe was shared by Chandra Kataria, a beautiful Rajasthani and an impeccable hostess living […]

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Drumstick Curry

This is a homestyle drumstick curry in coconut paste from the regions of Behrampur and Rourkela on the border of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. Mrs Kantham learnt this delicious dish from her mother. Healthy and easy to prepare, its consistency […]

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Poha Dosa and Fenugreek Stew

Known as Atukulu Pongaraalu in Andhra, this poha dosa is delicious. Made with flattened rice, known as Poha in North India and Atukulu in Telugu, it is a specialty of Andhra Pradesh. Follow the recipe and you will get very […]

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Raw Mango Pachchadi Geeta Nair

A delicious dip with raw mangoes, fresh yoghurt and coconut paste, this is unusual and unique to Kerala cuisine. Taught by Geeta Nair, raw mango pachchadi has a combination of ingredients which makes it cooling in summers.   Ingredients: 1 […]

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Tomato Pachchadi Geeta Nair

A wholesome gravy with tomatoes, the special ingredient in tomato pachchadi is the crushed mustard seeds that lend a unique flavour. Much loved in Geeta Nair’s home as in most Kerala homes, this is simple and easy to make.   […]

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A simple and healthy pickle with fresh lemons, here is a recipe from Lakshmi Subramaniam’s kitchen. An excellent accompaniment to a meal, this pickle does not require any oil or tempering. Its special tip is in using coarse chilli powder. […]

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Tofu Pudding

This is a delicious and sattvik kheer with soy milk from Pramodaji Chitrabhanu’s cookbook, Rainbow Food for the Vegan Palate. A believer in a plant-based diet as a compassionate way of life, she constantly innovates to create recipes that are […]

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Vidyachya Paanache Masale Bhaat

“Betel leaf is so tasty, so I thought why not add it to pulav! Cooking is a creative process. I love thinking and innovating on my feet. You will love the flavours,” Nalini Deshpande describes her love for cooking and […]

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Pachrangi Sabzi

“Maan-manuhaar (meaning hospitality) is very important. We love it when all our near and dear ones come over for a meal. We have large family and friend circles. Festivals are an occasion to celebrate together,” says Lalitha Bhandari.   Pachrangi […]

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Pachrangi Achaar

“I think cooking is an art. But it is also an intuition. If you are truly interested, you can experiment effortlessly. Food definitely binds a family together,” says Mahaveerchand Bhandari with his wife Lalitha Bhandari as they share family recipes […]

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