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9 September, 2014

Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Fried Rice with Vegetables)

Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Breakfast, Capsicum, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Eggs, French Beans, Indonesian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Leftovers, Meal, Rice, Stir Fry, Street Food on by : admin
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Nasi Goreng Today we in our “Trip around the World in 30 Days” we stop at Indonesia for the alphabet I. What can represent Indonesia better than Nasi Goreng? Nasi Goreng is often described as Indonesia’s twist on fried rice. According to Wikipedia,   Nasi Goreng has been called the national dish of Indonesia though there are many other contenders for the title. The beginnings of Nasi Goreng
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8 September, 2014

Vegetarian Wonton Soup

Posted in : Appetizer, Hong Kong Cuisine, How to, Soup, Street Food on by : admin
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Vegetarian Wonton Soup Hong Kong cuisine is mainly influenced by Cantonese cuisine, non-Cantonese Chinese cuisine (especially Teochew, Hakka, Hokkien and the Jiangsu & Zhejiang), the Western world, Japan, and Southeast Asia, due to Hong Kong’s past as a British colony and long history of being an international city of commerce. From the roadside stalls to the most upscale restaurants, Hong Kong provides
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4 September, 2014

Kushari/Koshary/Kosheri/ Koshari~ Egyptian

Posted in : Baharat, Blogging Marathon, Cuisine, Egyptian Cuisine, International Cusine, Kid Friendly, Macroni, Rice the Versatile Cereal and Its Uses, Spice Powders, Street Food on by : admin
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  Kushari, also koshary, kosheri or koshari Have you as a child watched the 1956 make of the “The Ten Commandments?” My mother took me and my sister to watch this movie!!! And we were fascinated the visuals and the screenplay was something we had never witnessed before. Cut to present my elder one was to participate in fancy dress and she was
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15 August, 2014

Baharat ~ A Spice Powder from Middle East

Posted in : Arabic Cuisine, Baharat, Cooking from Cookbook Challenge, Egyptian Cuisine, Spice Powders on by : admin
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Let’s make Baharat a spice mix, we Indians never seem to get enough of  spice mixtures ;). According to Wikipedia,  “Bahārāt   is a spice mixture or blend used in Arab cuisine, especially in the Mashriq area, as well as in Turkish and Iranian cuisine. Bahārāt is the Arabic word for ‘spices’ (the plural form of bahār’spice’). The mixture of finely ground spices is often used to season lamb, fish, chicken, beef, and soups and
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4 May, 2014

Flaounes (Cypriot Savoury Easter Cheese Pies)

Flaounes (Cypriot Savoury Easter Cheese Pies)
Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Baked, Bread, Cypriot Cuisine on by : admin
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  With Easter round the corner, we have a lot of bread for Easter. So also in We Knead To Bake #16: Aparna set us baking Flaounes (Cypriot Savoury Easter Cheese Pies)! Her write up with the Flaounes is as below, “Flaounes are savoury cheese pies baked for Greek Orthodox Easter, traditionally made on Good Friday, and are part of
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4 April, 2014

Fara(Phara)~Indian State Chhattisgarh

Fara(Phara)~Indian State Chhattisgarh
Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Chhattisgarh, Flours, Indian Cuisine, Rice flour, Rice the Versatile Cereal and Its Uses, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : admin
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Fara(Phara)~Chhattisgarh Cuisine Fara(Phara) is a deliciacy from Chhattisgarh on our Blogging Marathon journey round India, a state in Central India. Basically, fara is made from rice flour as Chhattisgarh is famous for rice and is a breakfast food. There are beliefs that Chhattisgarh takes its name from the 36 pillars of Chhatishgarhin Devi temple (chhattis means “36” and garh means “fort”)  or that
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24 December, 2013

Wok fried Lotus Stem and Assorted Veggies in Honey Chilli Sauce

Posted in : Baby Corn, Blogging Marathon, Capsicum, Cauliflower, Corn Flour, Deep Frying, Garlic, Ginger, Indo-Chinese, Lotus Stem or Nadru, Maida, Red Chilli Oil, Red Chilli Powder, Red Chillies, Snack, Starter on by : ArchanaPotdar
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This year Santa visited me early, yes she does that he visits good ladies, early she arrived on December 2nd. Yes Vaishali visited Goa and she came bearing gifts, sorry loaded with gifts!! She carried wadhwani chillies and one more kind, I forget the name I think it was bhavnagri chillies, fresh haldi/turmeric, mogri and
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26 September, 2013

KhaliatNahal (Honeycomb Buns or Bee’s Hive Buns)

Comments : 3 Posted in : Arabic Cusine, Bread, Capsicum, Carrots, Cauliflower, garam masala, Garlic, Maida, Milk, Paneer, Red Chilli Powder, Sugar, Til/Yellu/Sesame Seeds, Yeast on by : ArchanaPotdar
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This moth for WE KNEAD TO BAKE  Aparna set us a relatively easy bake KhaliatNahal (Honeycomb Buns or Bee’s Hive Buns). The  bread that can be made sweet or savoury. It is typical of Middle Eastern confectionery  that it is filled and then covered with sugar syrup/ glaze which is typical of Middle Eastern confectionery. ​Hi!
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14 September, 2013

L for Lasagne

Posted in : Baked, Basil, Blogging Marathon, Butter, Eggs, Garlic, Hing/Asafoetida, Italian Cuisine, Italian Seasoning, Kanda/Ullagaddi/Onion, Lasagna, Milk, Mushrooms, Oils, Oregano, Patato, Pepper, Red Chilli Powder, Sugar, Tomatoes, whole wheat flour on by : ArchanaPotdar
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If you have read Garfield you know about Garfield’s love for Lasagna!  So my first intro this dish was a cartoon strip. Then my belief was always that it’s a dish made with meats and the recipes on the Lasagna pasta box confirmed my belief. So making of a Lasagna was like okay… let’s see!
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11 September, 2013

I for Insalata Caprese Indianised

Posted in : Accompaniments, Basil, Blogging Marathon, Garlic, Green chilli, Italian Cuisine, Lettuce, Paneer, Salad, Tomatoes on by : ArchanaPotdar
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We eat with our senses its true!  A picture forced me to try out this new dish!! Something I was totally unaware of? Well that is what happened was that I was at a dilemma as to what is it that I wanted  to make with the alphabet ‘I’!  I needed an International dish which
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