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28 September, 2011

Mattar Paneer

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For today’s blog hop I am paired with Radhika of Tickling Palates and the brain behind the wonderful Blog Hop. Radhika has a number of exiting recipes and I have bookmarked quite a few recipes. In fact I made this delicious Mattar Paneer (click here for the link) last Wednesday when it was “Avidhwa Navami”.
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22 September, 2011

Alsande Usal

Posted in : Accompaniments, Alsande/Cowpeas, Bachelor Recipes, Breakfast, Curry, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Gravy, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Karnataka Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Maharashtrian Cuisine, Meal, Side Dish, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Uncategorized, Whole grains on by : admin
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I am thrilled my post Corn Dhokla has given me maximum hits of 1072 in one single day! This I thought was the end of the story but yesterday  I read   Umm Mymoonah post and   she has selected mine. My cup of joy is overflowing!! Thanks dear !  Now coming to today’s post… Alsande or I believe they are called Cow
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21 September, 2011

Black & white Wednesday with Cauliflower in Tomato Gravy

Black & white Wednesday with Cauliflower in Tomato Gravy
Comments : 11 Posted in : Accompaniments, Bachelor Recipes, Curry, Deep Frying, Gravy, Indian Cuisine on by : admin
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Cauliflower one veggie we make often!  The versatility of the veggie is such that it can   be made into a quick stir fry for chapatti& rice, or fried for a snack or make into a pickle with a slight shift in ingredients. Each has its own charm, Own following!! So when Priyaof Mharo Rajasthan’s Recipes, announced the
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29 June, 2011

Bhindi Aur Paneer Masala a/s Lady Finger and Paneer Masala

Posted in : Accompaniments, Curry, Gravy, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, North Indian Cuisine, Punjabi Cuisine on by : admin
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Surprised at the heading? Well I have attended a Hindi Karyashala i.e. Hindi Workshop today. And this name just sprang to my mind and since it is apt I decided to let it stay. I have always loved had bhindi/lady finger  as a kid but Amma was allowed to make them fried only and they
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24 April, 2011

“Bibbe Che Bhaji” or “Biya Bhaji” the traditional way!

Comments : 14 Posted in : Accompaniments, Cashew Nuts, Curry, Goan, Gravy, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Meal, Nuts, Side Dish on by : admin
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Finally after a long time I have followed a recipe to the last possible instructions. When I posted “Bibbe Che Bhaji” in Makkhani gravy Rupali from RecipeGrabBag asked me if I have the traditional recipe.I decided to ask the Expert– Kaki, my husband’s best friend’s mother. Kaki generally prepares food spicy, hot and all the adjectives
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19 April, 2011

Bibbe in Makhani Gravy or Cashew Nut Vegetable

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Goa has a lot of cashew plantations and this is the season when the cashew nut is harvested.  So we have a lot of fresh cashew nuts coming in the market. They are called “Bibbe” in the local language and sold by numbers.  There is nothing more satisfying then soaking the Bibbe in water and
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4 January, 2009

Sambhar, Huli a South Indian Vegetable Stew

Comments : 2 Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Curry, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Karnataka Cuisine, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, South Indian Cuisine on by : ArchanaPotdar
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 I love Sambhar, also called as Huli in Kannada it is one versatile lentil based stew. Make Sambhar as an accompaniment to idli, dosa, rice, gundpangalla/appe . Sambhar is very easy and cooks fast. Huli is also very versatile add any vegetable or remove ant that you do not have. The difference between Rasam or saar and sambhar
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28 December, 2008

Saar or Rasam

Posted in : Curry on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Rasam or saar is the watery when compared to sambhar. You can just slurp it from a bowl. Amma used to lace it with extra pepper when we had a cold. Saar is made on festive occasions. ¼ cup toor dal/turichi dal /togri bali 1 tomato medium sized ½ tsp haldi 2 tblspn oil 1
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