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28 May, 2018

Tukdiya Bhat, a Himachal Pradesh Specialty

Tukdiya Bhat, a Himachal Pradesh Specialty
Comments : 26 Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Cooking Method, For the Tiffin Box, Himachal Pradesh, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, legumes, Masoor, Meal, Pressure Cooked, Protein Rich Food, Quick Meals, Rice, Rice the Versatile Cereal and Its Uses, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Spices, Tiffin box ideas, Whole grains on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Tudkiya Bhat is a delicious flavourful rice pulao, cooked using spices like cinnamon, bay leaf, chilli powder, ginger, garlic, cardamom, lentils, potatoes, onions, and yoghurt. Serve Tudkiya Bhat with a side of Mashed dal/ Kangra Teliya Mah and lime… the ultimate comfort food! Potatoes are used a lot in Himachal Pradesh Cuisine so it is
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12 May, 2018

Amti/ Tur Dal Amti/ Toor Dal Amti

Amti/ Tur Dal Amti/ Toor Dal Amti
Comments : 23 Posted in : Accompaniments, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Curry, Daal or Lentils, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Gravy, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, legumes, Maharashtrian Cuisine, Protein Rich Food, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Stew, Toor Daal on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Amti/ Tur Dal Amti/ Toor Dal Amti is an example of delicious Maharashtrian cuisine, subtle yet spicy sweet sour yet mild. An Amti is a staple in Maharastrian homes being largely vegetarian lentils play a large part providing proteins to the diet. My mother –in –law made this amti everyday sambhar and rasam were rarely
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8 May, 2018

Siddu /Sidu Steamed Bread for #BreadBakers

Siddu /Sidu Steamed Bread for #BreadBakers
Comments : 48 Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Baked, Bread, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Healthy food, Himachal Pradesh, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, legumes, Lowfat, Meal, Protein Rich Food, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Snack, Steamed on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Siddu /Sidu is steamed bread from Himachal Pradesh a beautiful state in India. A Sidu is a stuffed yeast bread made from wheat flour.  Eat Siddu with Desi Ghee “Clarified Butter”, Dal or with Pudina  Chutney/Mint Chutney. Where can you eat Siddu? Traditionally you will find Siddu in Mandi, Kullu, Manali, Rohru and Shimla. Why
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26 April, 2018

Samosa Chaat Recipe,  How To Make Samosa Chaat

Samosa Chaat Recipe,  How To Make Samosa Chaat
Comments : 61 Posted in : Appetizer, Bachelor Recipes, Chaat, Chick Peas/Kabuli Chana, Haryana or Hariyanvi Cuisine, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, legumes, Protein Rich Food, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Snack, Starter, Street Food on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Samosa Chaat is a delicious Indian street food, spicy, tangy and sweet in the just right proportions to suit your taste buds. Samosa Chaat is mashed samosa topped with peas or chole masala and topped with tangy chutneys, sev, onion and tomatoes if you wish. I understand that many people do not know the meaning
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10 April, 2018

Chole Kulcha Delhi Style~Street Food #BreadBakers

Chole Kulcha Delhi Style~Street Food #BreadBakers
Comments : 41 Posted in : Accompaniments, Appetizer, Bachelor Recipes, Baked, Bread, Brunch, Delhi Cuisine, Diabetics Friendly Foods, For the Tiffin Box, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, legumes, Lowfat, Side Dish, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Starter, Tiffin box ideas, Vegetable Sides, White peas, Whole grains on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Chole Kulche we enjoyed this delicious Delhi style Chole Kulche during our  Blogging Marathon trip to Delhi. This street food is extremely famous and the name is a misnomer as there are no cholay or chickpeas in this dish. The main ingredient is Vatana/dried white peas.  The cholay is oil-free and the accompaniment is Indian
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26 March, 2018

Dal Dhokli| Stew of Dal and Wheat Flour Noodles

Dal Dhokli| Stew of Dal and Wheat Flour Noodles
Comments : 71 Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Brunch, Curry, Daal or Lentils, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Gujarati Cuisine, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, legumes, Meal, Pressure Cooked, Protein Rich Dishes, Protein Rich Food, Rajasthani Cuisine, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Toor Daal, Whole wheat on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Dal Dhokli is a Gujarati dish made by boiling wheat flour noodles in a pigeon pea stew. In Maharashtra, it is called Varan Phal (Marathi: वरण फळ), or Chakolya (Marathi: चकोल्या). The dish is popular in Marwar region of Rajasthan but the Gujaratis enjoy their Sunday morning meal with Dal Dhokli. Dal Dhokli is a
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29 January, 2018

Katte Masoor Dal Recipe/ Sour Lentil Curry Recipe

Katte Masoor Dal Recipe/ Sour Lentil Curry Recipe
Comments : 16 Posted in : Accompaniments, Bachelor Recipes, Chhattisgarh Cuisine, Curry, Daal or Lentils, Dals or Daal, Diabetics Friendly Foods, For the Tiffin Box, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, legumes, Masoor, Meal, Protein Rich Food, Quick Meals, Side Dish, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Stew, Whole grains on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Katte Masoor Dal Recipe/ Sour Lentil Curry Recipe is a delicacy from Chhattisgarh, simple to make and yet tasty as well as healthy. Serve Khatte Masoor Dal with rice and you will be eating just what Folks from the  “Rice Bowl of India” eat.  Like the rest of the country, Chhattisgarh cuisine is influenced by the cuisine
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4 January, 2018

Vegan Lebanese Chickpea Stew

Vegan Lebanese Chickpea Stew
Comments : 19 Posted in : Accompaniments, Bachelor Recipes, Brunch, Cuisine, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Healthy food, Kid Friendly, Lebanese Cuisine, legumes, Protein Rich Food, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Stew on by : ArchanaPotdar
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This Vegan Lebanese Chickpea Stew is a tasty and protein rich dish flavoured with jeera/cumin and za’atar a much-needed change from the regular Punjabi chana masala.    The other day I stumbled upon this awesome picture of the stew and went down hook line and sinker. The recipe seemed doable and I made it once the
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