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26 January, 2013

Boiled Cauliflower for BM #24

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First let me wish you all A Very Happy Republic Day!! For the Blogging Marathon #24 I am blogging Weaning foods. The first weaning food that Akanksha was fed was boiled cauliflower!   I know this is quite unconventional. In fact I had the ire of lot of my Elders’ in the family they had wanted the traditional payasam to
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22 January, 2013

Tawa Pulao

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Tawa pulao the food that my teen often eats on the streets!!  So when I saw this at Cook-Eat- Burrp and by I changed my plans of making the much disliked matar pulao to tawa pulao. Yes you read right my girls do not like green peas. They will eat them plain but in veggies or pulao …no. So
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7 December, 2012

Caldin ~A Goan Catholic Veggie

Caldin ~A Goan Catholic Veggie
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Goan Catholics enjoy Caldin a delicious vegetable dish. Quick and yummy it’s a treat to  the tastebuds. You have heard me rant quite a bit that the Goans do eat veggies contrary to the popular view. Of course, the veggies are few but they are tasty. My view of all the veggies was that they are all
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7 October, 2012

Udmethi a Goan Curry

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Amade che Udmethi Amade chi Udamethi is a Goan delicacy made from hog plums or amado and methi/fenugreek seeds and urid dal. When I read the Magic Mingle ingredients this month there was a smile on my face. Finally, I was to post one of Goa’s most delicious curries. The one that I have made many
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3 October, 2012

Cutlet No 6 Rice Cutlets

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  Leftovers are the nemesis of any housekeeper. I am sure you will all agree. One way to get rid of all leftovers is to have a leftovers night like in “The Incredibles”, second is to get it out the very next day, like hubby’s  Maushi does and it’s compulsory that all eat it, easy if you have only leftovers
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24 September, 2012

Menthe Baali Tavi

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   For the BM this time where I have choosen dal as my theme. And I wanted to share my favorite dal. Menthe Baali Tavi!! What is it? Menthe is fenugreek or methi, Baali tavi is dal generally toor dal cooked, for that matter baali is dal but generally used with cooked dal. Like any other dal it
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16 August, 2012

Cheese Stuffed Rajma Cutlets

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  When I buy some ingredients for my pantry I get carried away. I know that there are some things that we read family will not eat but still I buy it, hoping that at least this time they will eat. I end up losing each time, one such ingredient is rajma or kidney beans.
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5 August, 2012

Celebrating with French Onion Soup

Celebrating with French Onion Soup
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 I  was featured in the print media. I need to thank first Almighty for all blessing he has given, always! Then my husband for encouraging me in doing what I do. My daughters my who listen to all my mad ranting when things do not go my way and try and help me, my FIL
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