• 576. Mohanthal

    July 25, 2016mayurisjikoni

    Celebration Time I joined the #FoodieMonday#Bloghop group in the month of March when they were on their 31st theme.This week we are on our 50th theme…wow. Its time to celebrate. Celebration is usually with something sweet.The group decided on #Traditional Sweets. I decided to make an authentic Gujarati mithai (dessert), mohanthal. I get a bit…

     
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  • 573. Makai no Chevdo (Hot corn snack)

    July 4, 2016mayurisjikoni

    Hot and Spicy It’s very hot in Montreal so when the #FoodieMonday #Bloghop group decided on Monsoon Madness, as our 47th theme, I must admit I was in a dilemma. What do I make that’s apt for the Monsoon season without frying pakodas! For me monsoon season in Bangalore meant hot kheer or raab and…

     
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  • Farali Rotli/Gluten Free Roti

    March 4, 2016mayurisjikoni

    FARALI ROTLI/GLUTEN FREE ROTI Farali Rotli/Gluten Free Roti is unbelievably soft and easy to roll. Perfect for fasting days like Ekadashi or Navratri. Or include it in your daily diet especially if you cannot consume any gluten products. Why Farali Rotli For Fasting Days? Mainly because for Ekadashi Fasting one is not allowed any cereal,…

     
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  • 537. Farali dhokra

    January 20, 2016mayurisjikoni

    MOTHERHOOD   We live where there are numerous apartments in one compound. So no doubt we have a mixture of cultures and religions.Evening time comes alive as mothers and kids are all out walking, talking playing etc. A few days ago I overheard a conversation between young mums. As usual the talk was on how…

     
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  • FRESH COCONUT BARFI

    November 4, 2015mayurisjikoni

    FRESH COCONUT BARFI Moist, soft, delectable fresh coconut barfi that is made from freshly grated coconut, sugar, milk and khoya. A bit of cardamom and saffron is added and a delish sweet is ready. Although, it takes a little longer than the quick barfi version this one is so much more tastier. In fact, you…

     
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  • Rasiya Muthiya

    April 10, 2015mayurisjikoni

    RECIPE: RASIYA MUTHIYA Rasiya Muthiya or Rasawara Muthiya is a traditional Gujarati recipe where instead of steaming muthiya they are added to kadhi and allowed to simmer till done. Usually, the muthiya are made with leftover rice or khichdi. This dish is served as a side dish with bhakrior rotla. Or enjoy it on its…

     
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  • Ghee kera

    October 14, 2014mayurisjikoni

    EVENT: FOODIES_ REDOING OLD POSTS #16 What is the group all about? Ghee Kera is what my daughter calls kera nu shaak. Its not a savory dish at all but one of the easiest to prepare and so popular among kids. Contributing this recipe to the Group called Foodies_Redoing Old Posts which is Renu’s baby.…

     
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  • 437. chakri

    October 3, 2014mayurisjikoni

    Get ready for Diwali Now that Navratri and Dussera is over, its going to be a mad rush to get ready for Diwali. House cleaning, making savouries and sweets, buying gifts and new clothes, getting all the decor out, competitions, rangolis and so much more. How much ever planning we do, it does seem like…

     
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  • 436. Gujarati sambharo

    September 29, 2014mayurisjikoni

    Narendra Modi rocks!        Last night got back from a late show of the movie Equalizer and couldn’t fall asleep immediately. One shouldn’t watch violence before bed time as sleep disappears. I decided to check out my facebook page and the first thing I see was the speech by Indian Prime Minister, Narendra…

     
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  • Tindora Nu Shaak/ Stir Fried Ivy Gourd

    September 21, 2014mayurisjikoni

      TINDORA NU SHAAK/ STIR FRIED IVY GOURD Tindora Nu Shaak/ Stir Fried Ivy Gourd is a simple but very delicious Gujarati side dish that is usually enjoyed as a part of a main meal. Usually, it goes well with tuvar ni dal or moong dal and rotis. This shaak or sabji does not require…

     
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