Vegetarian Recipes from Kitchens of Silver Couples

Enjoy these family recipes from the kitchens of some special silver couples | Discover the subtle nuances of traditional recipes from across India | First published in Harmony – Celebrate Age Magazine in the column – SoulFood & SoulMates | Written by Jigyasa Giri & Pratibha Jain

Thavaladai Tamilian Snack

PARYUSHAN RECIPE Special Tip for Jains: To prepare this during Paryushan, avoid curry leaves or use dried ones and substitute coconut with khopra.   A traditional snack from Thanjavur cuisine from the kitchen of Chitvish. Thavaladai is an excellent traditional […]

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Maharasthrian Khakra Recipe

Khakras or crisp rotis are a popular preparation of Gujarat, but in this post, we bring to you the traditional Maharashtrian Khakra recipe as taught to us by Ina Talpade. Her family belongs to the Pathare Prabhu community of Maharashtra, […]

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Methi bhaji - Kela nu Shaak

Continued from the interview with Gita & Deepak Banker. Walking up to a shelf of books, Deepak pulls out an old note book. He opens each page fondly, gently moving his palm over his mother’s withered hand writing in Gujarati. […]

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Gatte ki sabzi - Soulfood recipes

  When one mentions Rajasthan, images of deserts, camels and havelis conjure in the mind along with its specialty cuisine. Among the vegetarian dishes, Baati, Ker Sangri & Gatta are definitely some top favourites. Gatte is a term used for […]

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Tomato Soup Soulfood Recipes

As we learnt how Dr Gita & Dr Arjun balance their professional and personal lives, without compromising on the quality of either one, it became apparent that it is the zest for perfection that simply weaves magic into the matrix […]

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Rose petal Sandesh

A popular DESSERT from Kolkata, Sandesh is healthy, tasty & versatile there is no end to its creative modifications & combinations. This PANEER MITHAI combines well with many seasonal fruits – apple sandesh, mango sandesh, orange sandesh & pineapple sandesh […]

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Aloo pyaz subzi

A perfect homemaker, a lovely hostess and a beautiful woman, there was much to learn from Mrs. Neeta Lodha. She also shared with us some of her favourite Rajasthani recipes while we enjoyed a wholesome meal at her Haveli in […]

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Saibhaji

A popular Sindhi VEGETABLE dish that is easy to prepare & flexible since many of the ingredients are optional and can be easily substituted. In many Sindhi homes, this is often prepared during weekends since it is a good way […]

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Kurukku Kaalan (Kerala Kadhi)

In the tropical heat of South India, milk and milk products are highly perishable. Before the days of refrigeration, the only way to use leftover milk was to ferment it daily to make yoghurt. Yoghurt was churned in the morning […]

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Coconut dal rice and devil chutney

  Coconut Dal Rice This Christian recipe of coconut rice is a Goan dish cooked in coconut milk. The bengal gram adds crunchiness and an interesting texture. Easy to prepare, this is a family favourite at Merle Dodhia’s house. She learnt […]

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