Pav Bhaji is a wonderful one-pot meal. It’s also a great way to get the kids to eat their veggies. Since it is all mashed up, what they can’t see. A great make ahead or take to potlucks, this street-food from the Mumbai beaches has come a long way."Pav Bhaji"
Spinach is not the only healthy leafy green vegetable. Mix fresh Methi Leaves with potatoes for this delicious and healthy subzi. The kids won’t even notice the greens mixed in with their favorite – potatoes! Ingredients: Potatoes – 3 cups, diced (about 3 medium potatoes) Fresh Methi Leaves – 1 bunch, washed well and roughly chopped Oil – 4 tsp Fennel Seeds (Saunf) – ¼ tsp Haldi (Turmeric) – ¼ tsp Hing (Asofoetida) – pinch…"Aloo Methi"
Varan is a Maharashtrian style no-frills daal that is made in every home in the region and completes every meal. It’s a very comforting dish and is usually served with plain white rice. The classic combination of the two – the Varan (dal) and Bhaat (rice) is usually said together and is considered one word – Varan Bhaat. There is no hard and fast rule that you cannot enjoy this Dhal with Chapatis or parathas.…"Varan (Maharashtrian Daal)"
This is a simple dish from South India and is easy and quick to make. We always make sure we have a Bandh Gobi in the fridge for days when there not a whole lot of vegetables at home. It has a great shelf life, very versatile and is packed with a lot of vitamins. Scroll to the bottom for video Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time: 15 min Serves: 4 Ingredients: Cabbage – 4…"Cabbage Subzi"