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16 November, 2015

Chawaran ji Koki~ An Interesting Way to Use Up Leftover Rice

Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Breakfast, Chillies, Coriander, Green chilli, Pickle, Sindhi Cuisine, Whole wheat on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Blogging Marathon is a great family place for exchange  of recipes, ideas and most importantly comradeship. Each one of us when we are looking for ideas turns to one others blog to hunt for recipes or if you cannot find a specific one we ring each other up. Last month we had our MegaMarathon and
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12 November, 2015

Instant Carrot Pickle Indian Style with Homemade Pickle Masala

Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Condiments, Masala, Pickle on by : ArchanaPotdar
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  One thing that the girls and I love is pickle. Their father is selective about the pickles he eats. We are pickle crazy as long as its pungent and tangy. The fact remains that we can eat pickle with Pulaos, Chapattis, Theplas, Parathas, Pohe… just plain like a snack… This is a repost of
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7 November, 2015

Lulu Miris

Comments : 4 Posted in : Blogging Marathon, Chutney, Condiments, Kanda/Ullagaddi/Onion, Lemon, Red Chilli Powder, Sri Lankan CUisine on by : ArchanaPotdar
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In Sri Lanka you will be served with your mean a delicious and fiery sweet and sour condiment called Lulu Miris. I discovered it during my recent mega marathon #Buffet on Table. Actually like I have said I did not know what a delicious condiment this is. It has found a new fan in the form
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21 September, 2015

Idiyappam or Nooputt or Noolputtu or String Hoppers or Shirvoliyo

Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Breakfast, Chutney, Condiments, Goan, Healthy food, Karnataka Cuisine, Rice flour, South Indian Cuisine, Sri Lankan CUisine, Steamed on by : ArchanaPotdar
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We at #Blogging Marathon try to bring to you a variety, a variety in our various marathons. This one is no different, aptly called “#Buffet on Table “ this week our quest is to bring you different breakfast across the world. You may be aware that when we were researching the different world combos I was surprised when I
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19 September, 2015

Sauerkraut

Comments : 15 Posted in : Accompaniments, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Cabbage, Condiments, German Cuisine, Healthy food, SahaJeera/Caraway Seeds, Sauerkraut on by : ArchanaPotdar
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  What was James Cooks major staple food? #Sauerkraut!! Why because experience taught him that it prevented scurvy! So what is #Sauerkraut? Sauerkraut or “#sour cabbage” is finely cut cabbage fermented by various lactic acid bacteria. It has a long shelf-life and a distinctive sour flavour, both of which result from the lactic acid that
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18 September, 2015

Schezwan Sauce

Comments : 17 Posted in : Condiments, Indo-Chinese, Schezwan Sauce on by : ArchanaPotdar
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There is a simpler way in which I make #Schezwan Sauce. Actually, the simplest will be opening a bottle of Schezwan Chutney, but this is  yummier! But today I want share a delicious one that I had bookmarked from Pavani’s place. Needless to say it was appreciated. So much that the little that was left over
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17 September, 2015

Malaysian Sambal Sauce

Comments : 17 Posted in : Blogging Marathon, Condiments, Malaysian Cuisine, Masala on by : ArchanaPotdar
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The Malaysian Sambal Sauce is a delicious and versatile accompaniment and can be used as a dressing for all kinds of meats, seafood and even hard boiled eggs. The sambal is popular as a condiment in countries like Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore. This stores well so freeze extra portions for later use, but within 2
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15 September, 2015

Goda Masala or Kaala Masala

Comments : 20 Posted in : Bay leaf /tej Patta, Blogging Marathon, Chillies, Chobra/Chopra/Dry Coconut, Cloves, Condiments, Coriander Seeds/Dhania, Dagad Phool/Kal Hu/Stone Flower, garam masala, Garam Masala, Hing/Asafoetida, Indian Cuisine, Jaipatri/Patri/Nutmeg Flower, Jeera/Cumin Seeds, Maharashtrian Cuisine, Masala, Red Chilli Powder, SahaJeera/Caraway Seeds, Spice Powders, Til/Yellu/Sesame Seeds, Turmeric/Haldi on by : ArchanaPotdar
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I have been using #Goda Masala or #Kaala Masala, a unique spice blend that is unique to #Maharastrian cuisine on and off since my marriage.  The spices used make the masala are aromatic spices and these spices without pungency and heat lend a subtle sweet aroma. Food cooked in this spice hence has no heat
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14 September, 2015

Sri Lankan Curry Powder

Comments : 16 Posted in : Blogging Marathon, Condiments, Masala, Sri Lankan CUisine on by : ArchanaPotdar
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I had told you that the Sri Lankan Cuisine is delicious here. So to bring the Sri Lankan “#BuffetonTable ” you need the  Curry Powder that is deliciously multipurpose. The aroma is so yum that you just cannot resist adding it to all kinds of foods, from curries to daal to stir fries. I could not… A
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11 September, 2015

Paneer Rechad

Comments : 16 Posted in : Accompaniments, Appetizer, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Goan, Indian Cuisine, Masala, Paneer, Red Chillies, Starter on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Rechad is a delicious way of eating fish. At least my husband and elder daughter concur with the rest of the Goans. In fact, it’s used more often in Catholic families but that does not mean that it’s not used by Hindus. I have tasted the best Mackerel Rechad at Hindu Houses. Like I said
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