Anubala's Kitchen

Mango Shrikhand

Mango Shrikhand

Mango Shrikhand, also known as Amrakhand is a traditional dish from the Maharashtrian cuisine. It is made with hung yogurt and ripe, sweet mango purée. It’s a no cook dish, very simple to make and absolutely delicious. Chilled, rich, creamy and delicious mango shrikhand served with hot puris is an absolute delight to the palateRead more about Mango Shrikhand… Read More!

Vadu Mangai Kosmari

Vadu Mangai Kosmari

Summer is the season for mangoes. Mango season starts from March. The first to come into the market during the mango season is vadu mangai . Tender, raw mangoes are called as vadu mangai or maa vadu in Tamil. It’s mainly used for making pickles. It’s usually made in large quantities and stored for aRead more about Vadu Mangai Kosmari… Read More!

Litchi in Instant Rabdi

Litchi in Instant Rabdi

Today morning, I bought some fresh and yummy litchis. I wanted to make litchi milkshake as everyone at home loves litchi milkshake. When the opened the fridge to take out some milk, I saw few left over milk pedas. Immediately I got this idea of making instant rabdi to serve with the litchis. It justRead more about Litchi in Instant Rabdi… Read More!

Majjiga Chaaru

Majjiga Chaaru

Yogurt is known as Majjiga in Telugu and chaaru means rasam. This is a very simple to make and a delicious rasam variety that I have made till now. Perfect dish when you want to have something light:) Ingredients Sour yogurt – 1 cup Water – 2+1/2 cups Green chillies – 2 Chopped coriander leavesRead more about Majjiga Chaaru… Read More!

Fruity Vegetable Salad

Fruity Vegetable Salad

Today, there was a potluck lunch meet with my school alumni group. And I had to make a salad. So, I made a healthy and colourful mixed fruit and vegetable salad. I have added roasted nuts as a garnish to give a good crunch. This a wholesome and a complete salad which can be hadRead more about Fruity Vegetable Salad… Read More!

Cucumber Barley and Pomegranate Chat

Cucumber Barley and Pomegranate Chat

I had some cooked barley with me. I wanted to use that to make a soup. First I thought of using it as a garnish for cold cucumber soup. But finally ended up making this as light and a refreshing chat. Barley is very good for health and this is one interesting way to includeRead more about Cucumber Barley and Pomegranate Chat… Read More!

Jackfruit Lassi

Jackfruit Lassi

Jackfruit is one of its own kind of tropical fruits, recognized for its unique shape, size, and fruity flavor of its bulbs and its aroma. The fruit is deliciously sweet in taste. It is rich in energy, dietary fiber, minerals, and vitamins and free from saturated fats or cholesterol, making it one of the healthyRead more about Jackfruit Lassi… Read More!

Kesar Badam Mango Milkshake

Kesar Badam Mango Milkshake

My kids love mango milk shake. I make it almost every alternate day during the mango season. Today I have added some badam and kesar to make it more richer and enhance the nutritive value. Had some left over vanilla ice cream. So I served the mango milk shake with a scoop of ice cream.Read more about Kesar Badam Mango Milkshake… Read More!

Tortilla Wraps with Mango Salsa

Tortilla Wraps with Mango Salsa

The mangoes that I had cut yesterday were not completely ripe and sweet. It was little sour and crunchy to bite. It was just perfect to make chutney or salsa. Initially I thought of making paratha and spicy and sweet mango chutney. Then I got this idea of making tortilla wraps and salsa with mango.Read more about Tortilla Wraps with Mango Salsa… Read More!

Eggless Mango Cupcakes

Eggless Mango Cupcakes

My daughter has been asking me to bake some cupcakes for a while now. I have lots of mangoes at home. I came across this interesting recipe in the net. Made few changes to that and made this cup cake.I was very delighted with the result. It really was soft, had a melt mouth textureRead more about Eggless Mango Cupcakes… Read More!