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9 September, 2016

Healthy and Tasty Quinoa Uppittu

Healthy and Tasty Quinoa Uppittu
Posted in : #Cooking Carnival, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Breakfast, Diabetics Friendly Foods, For the Tiffin Box, Healthy food, Lowfat, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Making this healthy and tasty Quinoa Uppittu is amazingly easy. Quinoa does not need treatment like rava or sooji, there is no roasting involved here. So this becomes a fast food but a healthy one. Just right for the Simple and healthy Vegetarian Food in Old age theme that I am running this #Cooking Carnival. So
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8 September, 2016

Healthy Sprouts Cutlets

Healthy Sprouts Cutlets
Posted in : #Cooking Carnival, Appetizer, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Healthy food, Lowfat, Shallow Fried, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : ArchanaPotdar
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I was forced to make these sprouts cutlets. I do not know what happened but I picked up a packet of what the shopkeeper called mixed cereals but was actually mixed legumes. Now when life gives you lemons make lemonade. I decided to first make the regular usal(shocked that this recipe is not there), or
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2 September, 2016

Moong dal Kheer

Moong dal Kheer
Comments : 1 Posted in : #Cooking Carnival, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Dessert, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Festive Cooking, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Indian Desserts, Karnataka Cuisine, Payasa/Kheer, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : ArchanaPotdar
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As kids the menu for breakfast  used to be Chapati or Poori, Kheer generally Moong dal Kheer or Vermicilli Payasa, some vegetable! I wonder how Amma managed it all! I loved Shavgi Payasa or the Semiya Payasa as a child and tolerated hesarbale payasa which is moong dal payasa! Now I feel that Moong dal
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1 August, 2016

Steamed Sooji na Dhokla,Safed Dhokla,Edada| Gujarati Cuisine

Steamed Sooji na Dhokla,Safed Dhokla,Edada| Gujarati Cuisine
Posted in : Accompaniments, Appetizer, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Breakfast, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Festive Cooking, Gujarati Cuisine, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Starter, Steamed on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Steamed Sooji na Dhokla, Safed Dhokla, Edada was a part of Gujarati Thali that I made. These dhokla are delicious and simple to make. These dhoklas from of course Vaishali’s place. Hubby loved these dhoklas as I was told that   Sooji Dhokla is delicious dhokla make more…. So looks like tomorrows breakfast is fixed.
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8 July, 2016

Gawar Bhoplya chi Bhaji

Gawar Bhoplya chi Bhaji
Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Maharashtrian Cuisine, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Stir Fry on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Groans and protests herald  Gawar chi bhaji in my place. Is there something else? Mamma how come we have the same vegetable every other day? Same reaction in your place? I don’t know why actually it’s one of the healthiest bean. The Gawaar/gavar/chavlikai/chitkimitki/Guar/cluster beans the botanical name of which is Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, is an annual legume and
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25 June, 2016

Beat the Heat with Chilled Cucumber Mint Soup

Beat the Heat with Chilled Cucumber Mint Soup
Comments : 7 Posted in : Appetizer, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Cook Book Series, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Drinks, Healthy food, Kid Friendly, Lowfat, Martha Stewart, No Cook, Soup, Summer, Summer Cooler, Vegetables on by : ArchanaPotdar
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It was a chance that I saw this Chilled Cucumber Mint Soup thankfully with the temperatures soaring we all wanted a chilled drink. The kids are not too keen on plain buttermilk or majgi! I was not keen on store bought drinks. A search on google I ended up on Martha Stewart’s site.  My fridge
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5 May, 2016

Fresh Pistou, a Pesto with a Difference

Fresh Pistou, a Pesto with a Difference
Comments : 8 Posted in : #3 Ingredient Dish, Bachelor Recipes, Basil, Blogging Marathon, Condiments, Cuisine, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Freeze, French Cuisine, Garlic, Herbs, No Cook, Oils, Olive oil, Pistou, Sauces on by : ArchanaPotdar
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For the #3 ingredient Dish of the Blogging Marathon this month  that I am participating. Frankly it’s just to prod myself that I took up the theme. So when I looked up #3 ingredient dishes I was surprised at the number of choices we have. So of them so unbelievably easy and yet tasty. Like this ”
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26 March, 2016

Quick Fix Indo-Chinese Vegetable

Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Cabbage, Capsicum, Carrots, Cauliflower, Corn Flour, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Healthy food, Indo-Chinese, Kid Friendly, Meal, Side Dish, Snack, Stir Fry, Stir-Fry or Dry Vegetables, Tiffin box ideas on by : ArchanaPotdar
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#Quick vegetables are a blessing to any homemaker. A quick stir fry tastes just as amazing as a snack and as a side dish. The story behind this veggie is quite simple we were to go out-of-station and I had a mixture of vegetable to finish, an eclectic mix that was absolutely mindboggling. Can you imagine
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18 March, 2016

Indori Bhutte Ka Kees or Grated Corn Stir Fry from Indore

Posted in : Chillies, Corn, Corn, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Green chilli, Healthy food, Kid Friendly, Lowfat, Madhya Pradesh Cuisine, North Indian Cuisine, Snack, Stir Fry, Street Food, Tiffin box ideas, Vegetables, Whole grains on by : ArchanaPotdar
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I had forgotten about Indori Bhutte ka Kees from Indore till Pari reminded me of it! Indori Butte ka Kees is Stir fried Grated  Fresh Corn! I had ages ago hosted ‘Only’ Street Foods of the World an event by Pari. Pari had sent me her entry of Indori Bhutte ka Kees that had me
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