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22 September, 2017

Mulayachi Amti| Radish with Dal Recipe

Mulayachi Amti| Radish with Dal Recipe
Comments : 12 Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Daal or Lentils, Dals or Daal, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Goan, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Meal, Protein Rich Food, Quick Meals, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Mulayachi Amti or Radish with  Dal Recipe is a delicious dal that I have eaten on to coming to Goa! I find it easy to feed my kids the much hated but healthy radish, Perfect for Protein Rich Diet! The only way my kids eat radish is Mooli ka paratha. Okay, I have hoodwinked them into
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14 September, 2017

Goan Feijoada Alsande and Soya Chunks (Vegetarian)

Goan Feijoada Alsande and Soya Chunks (Vegetarian)
Comments : 19 Posted in : Accompaniments, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Goan, Gravy, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, legumes, Portuguese Cuisine, Protein Rich Food, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Feijoada is a stew, basically of Portuguese origin with beef, pork and beans.  But I made this delicious Goan Feijoada with alsande or cow chick peas and soya chunks. This takes care of your protein needs and fills you up to. Serve with some Goan bread or steamed rice and you can doze off for
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12 February, 2017

Bolo Dos Namorados a Bake with Cashew Nuts

Bolo Dos Namorados a Bake with Cashew Nuts
Comments : 7 Posted in : Baked, Blogging Marathon, Cashew Nuts, Cook Book Series, Cooking from Cookbook Challenge, Dessert, Eggs, Goan, Kid Friendly, Nuts on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Bolo Dos Namorados translates to Valentine Cake!  A delicious Goan cake that I found goes well with “Sanche Cha” evening tea that most Goans have. I feel it has its roots in the Portuguese Cuisine! I discovered that Bolo Dos Namorados translation when I Googled the word and landed up on different cakes generally pink
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3 January, 2017

Deep Fried Modak~ Ganesh Special

Deep Fried Modak~ Ganesh Special
Comments : 14 Posted in : Blogging Marathon, Deep Frying, Festive Cooking, Ganesh Festival Recipe List, Goan, Indian Cuisine, Karnataka Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Lists, Maharashtrian Cuisine on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Deep-fried modak are obviously deep-fried in oil, unlike the steamed Modak. The shell of the deep fried modak is made from whole wheat flour and the stuffing is traditionally jaggery and fresh coconut. The fried modak last longer and taste different. Also unlike the Ukdiche modak where you get the finesse after practice, this modak does
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30 September, 2016

Ghosali chi Kappa or Ridge Gourd Slices

Ghosali chi Kappa or Ridge Gourd Slices
Posted in : #Cooking Carnival, Accompaniments, Appetizer, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Festive Cooking, Goan, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Ridge gourd/Hirikai/ Ghosal, Side Dish, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Snack, Vegetables on by : ArchanaPotdar
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These are Ghosali chi Kappa, Ridge Gourd Slices. Made from Turai they are deliciously soft and yummy. The ridge gourd is slightly peeled and then marinated in simple salt and chilli powder the shallow fried after dredging in rava/sooji. Everyday food for Goans! Surprised? Well so was I these ghosali che kappas were shared by
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29 September, 2016

Cabbage Salad Indian Style

Cabbage Salad Indian Style
Posted in : #Cooking Carnival, Accompaniments, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Goan, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Meal, Salad, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Vegetables on by : ArchanaPotdar
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As a part of the series On Simple Vegetarian Food in Old Age in #Cooking Carnival. Let us try what my daughters call as Cabbage Salad. I have no issues as long as they eat cabbage vegetable happily. This is nothing but cabbage briefly warmed and spiced with red chilli powder. Simple enough but its amazingly
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