Lifestyle - Food | 5-18 yrs

Maa Ke Haath Ka Khana In Different States

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Every time you open that box of oil-laden, kadai paneer ordered from the nearby restaurant after a hard day's work, don't you miss 'maa ke haath ka khana' the most? You reminisce about the simple radish sambhar or the hot kachoris straight out of the pan.        

So, for all kids big and small, who miss your mother's cooking, here 's a treat: a compilation of the best mommy recipes from different parts of India that remind us of the mouth-watering delicacies made by mother dearest. Check out this ClipBook, and you will want to call your mom this Mother's Day.     



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Maa Ki Dal From Punjab

Maa Ki Dal Recipe - Delicious dal cooked in spices and generous amounts of ghee, butter, cream and curd. No one makes it better than mother, Direct from Punjab, this maa ki dal recipe won't disappoint you!

Ven Pongal From Tamil Nadu

Ven pongal is one of the most common and important foods made with mothers with a lot of love, in Tamil Nadu. It is also often offered as 'naivedyam' to Goddess Durga and Lakshmi during Navratri and Varalakshmi puja. Ven pongal is a comfort f...

Dal Baati Churma From Rajasthan

This three-in-one treat, Dal Baati Churma is a typical Rajasthani recipe. A platter of semi-sweet Churma, spicy Dal and deep-fried Baati, is one such traditional combination. If you have ever been to Rajasthan in the winter months, you will know t...

Pulihora From Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pulihora recipe or tamarind rice is called as chintapandu pulihora or avapettina pulihora. This dish is often prepared during festivals and is given as an offering to the gods. Cooked rice is seasoned with tamarind paste and other basic ing...

Litti Chokha From Bihar

A rustic and traditional dish of stuffed whole wheat dough balls, where the stuffing is a spiced mix of roasted gram flour or sattu. This recipe comes from Bihar and Jharkhand region of India.

Bhapa Ilish From West Bengal

There are numerous varieties of Hilsa dishes available and Bhapa Ilish is one of the most popular amongst them. Bhapa Ilish means Steamed Hilsa where 'Bhapa' means steaming. Traditionally Bengali women used to steam their Hilsa in a stainless ste...

Puttu And Kadala Curry From Kerala

A standard breakfast fare made in almost every home in Kerala, it has a special touch when made by mom. The Puttu is light and fluffy, while the curry is perfect a perfect blend of flavour and spice

Kachori From Uttar Pradesh

This popular Indian snack of khasta kachori is a deep fried Indian bread. There are many varieties of kachori recipes in the Indian cuisine and moong dal kachori is a popular one. The trick to get the flaky as well as soft texture in the kachori ...

Bebinca From Goa

Bebinca is a scrumptious Goan dessert with layers of cake made with coconut milk, eggs, butter and flour. It is must after every delightful homemade Goan meal.

Misal Pav From Maharashtra

A popular spicy dish from western India which is served as breakfast lovingly by mom or made in street corners in the State. The speciality of the dish is the flavourful spice mix used in the recipe and the topping of chivda or sev and crunchy oni...

Paneer Chaman From Jammu And Kashmir

Despite some great eating out options today, nothing beats the pleasure of a good home cooked meal. When it comes to vegetarian 'ghar ka khana' from Kashmir, none can beat the aromatic Paneer Chaman.

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