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31 December, 2017

Bihari Bari-Kadhi/Badi-Kadhi Recipe

Bihari Bari-Kadhi/Badi-Kadhi Recipe
Comments : 29 Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Besan, Bihari Cuisine, Curds-Yogurt, Curry, Dals or Daal, Deep Frying, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Gravy, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, legumes, Meal, Protein Rich Food, Side Dish, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Bihari Bari-Kadhi /Badi-Kadhi Recipe is a delicious and yummy dish from Bihar that tastes best with steamed rice.  The bari or badi means fried soft dumplings made of besan/gram flour cooked in spicy gravy of yoghurt and besan called the kadhi.   As food in Bihar is seasonal, Bari-Kadhi is generally eaten in summer. The
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19 September, 2016

Nutritious Sattu ka Paratha, an Indian Bread Stuffed With Roasted Gram

Nutritious Sattu ka Paratha, an Indian Bread Stuffed With Roasted Gram
Comments : 2 Posted in : #Cooking Carnival, Bachelor Recipes, Bihari Cuisine, Blogging Marathon, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Indian Flat Bread, Paratha, Shallow Fried, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Sattu ka paratha is a popular stuffed paratha in Bihar. What is Sattu ka Paratha? The best definition will be it’s a unleavened bread, pan fried and stuffed with roasted gram filling. To prepare Sattu grains like barley, Bengal Gram is dry roasted. Traditionally in an iron pan, the grains and sand were roasted. Finally,
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3 April, 2014

Ghugni & Dusaka~Indian State Bihar

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Ghugni & Dusaka ~Bihari Cuisine Today on day 4 we are at Bihar … Bihar is a north Indian state. The Bihar plain is divided into two parts by the river Ganges which flows through the middle from west to east. According to Wikipedia The name Bihar is derived from the Sanskrit and Pali word, Vihara (Devanagari: विहार), which means “abode”. It could also mean College as there was a town close
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