Pomfret, also known as Paplet Hooman or Pompano, is a popular choice of fish for Goan cuisine. With very little marination time as well as cooking time required, this aromatic coconut based Pomfret fish curry recipe is a must try. Serve it with hot rice or roti. In case you can’t get a hold of pomfret, try these substitutes: sea bass, red snapper, flounder, small grouper, tilapia, cod, haddock, or any white flesh fish."Goan Pomfret Fish Curry"
Stuffed paratha are always a special treat. They serve their purpose of being the bread (or vehicle) part of a traditional Indian meal, but with their own unique twist. Many things are used to stuff paratha and raw papaya is definitely a great option. Similar in texture to radish (or mooli), shredded raw papaya is shredded, seasoned with just a few key ingredients and stuffed into chapati dough. The final product is so flavorful that…"Raw Papaya Stuffed Paratha"
One of the most iconic recipes in Maharashtrian cuisine is Varan (yes, you’ve probably never heard that word being associated with Daal before ?)!!! It is true, ask any Maharashtrian!!! Every family has their own version and their own little variation that exemplifies ‘comfort’, ‘home’….now who would pass up on a dish like that?"Return of Varan (Daal) Flashback from 2007 to NOW! Instant Pot"
Stuffed Okra is definitely a dish with a “Wow!” factor. Okra (aka Bhindi or Ladyfinger) are kept whole, slit along one side and stuffed with a flavorful blend of spices. Many people are hesitant to cook okra due to their perceived sliminess as well as the amount of oil that is needed in the recipe. In fact, some of the most delicious recipes (especially in restaurants) are made with fried okra. A two step cooking…"Stuffed Okra ( Bharwa Bhindi)"