Food for Soul

Tummy to Heart mantra is – “a way to everybody’s heart is through their stomach”. Food eaten with a smile on your face is the best way to eat it and for that along with salt sprinkle your food with a pinch of love.

Flavors

This page is not limited to any one cuisine, here we will follow just our taste buds. But being an Indian from Maharashtra my recipes may lean little towards Indian flavors. Those who are very interested in cooking and baking but are confused about the techniques, DO NOT WORRY. As we go through different recipes, i’ll explain everything in detail, so i’ll be with you at every step of the way.

Old + New

We will explore traditional as well as modern recipes with some old and new twists. Cooking should be fun and satisfying. Enjoy good food and have everything. Everything is healthy even fat if consumed in small quantity.

Recent Posts

General

Me and My Passion

 How it all started … My passion for cooking began in my mother’s kitchen. I was attracted by the smell of the spices, the sound of tadkas and the sheer taste of amazing recipes my mother prepared. As a kid, I spent most of my time in the kitchen with […]

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Desserts, Recipes

Halwa Sandwich – too good to be true

Halwa sandwich made with carrots and beetroot is a perfect dessert recipe for the auspicious occasion of Gudi Padwa (Maharashtrian new year). As per tradition, I like making some kind of sweet. Traditionally in Maharashtra we make puran poli, but I wanted a little more variety this year. So here we are with my new creation – Halwa sandwich.

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Desserts, Recipes

Pineapple Mastani – you will keep drooling over this amazing combination

 Pineapple Mastani has a beautiful combination of flavored milkshake and ice-cream with several toppings like chopped dry fruits, tutty fruity and cherries. This dessert originated in city of Pune situated in Western part of India in the state of Maharashtra. Every time we visited Pune, we would make it a […]

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Breakfast, Recipes, Soups

Ambil – My Grandma’s recipe – Wholesome, hearty and quick to make

Ambil is a dish made from finger millet. Or as popularly known in India, Ragi or Nachni. Finger millet or ragi has a lot of health benefits that makes this a wonder grain. Ragi is one of the best non-dairy source of calcium. It helps in controlling diabetes. It is gluten free and is an excellent source of iron. Rich in anti-oxidants, it work as a natural relaxant. And the high amount of dietary fiber in it helps with weight loss by preventing unwanted cravings.