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10 September, 2015

Poori or Puri a Deep Fried Indian Bread

Posted in : Blogging Marathon, Breakfast, Deep Frying, Festive Cooking, Indian Cuisine, Indian Flat Bread, Puri, Whole wheat on by : ArchanaPotdar
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The very name of this bread invokes my childhood! When this was a dish with which I could help Amma. Just to fry… she never trusted me to roll out Pooris. 😀 Looks like my dislike with rolling out the dough dates back long long ago. Even now Bai tells me “aap jao Bai. Mai kar
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11 October, 2014

Navratan Kurma

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Navratan Kurma The list of ingredients is long but you can add or leave out some veggies. This yummy vegetable is enjoyed by young and old. Serve it with rotis, naan or even pao!! This is my today’s post under Kid’s anniversary special for blogging marathon. Navratan Kurma Ingredients: 100 grms carrots 100 grms peas
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29 August, 2014

Ukdiche Modak /Steamed Rice Dumplings

Posted in : Coconut, Dessert, Festive Cooking, Healthy food, Indian Desserts, jaggery, Kid Friendly, Lowfat, Maharashtrian Cuisine, Ocassions, Rice flour, Steamed, Steamed, Sweeteners on by : admin
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Ukdiche Modak     Wish you all a very Happy Ganesh Chathurti!!   Today being Ganesh Chathurti I made these delicious Ukdiche Modak, Lord Ganesh’s favourite food!! Actually I have not made them for ages now. Especially since my family does not eat sweets so you can imagine my surprise when my husband and daughters were gorging on them.
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12 April, 2014

Chirotti ~Indian State Karnataka

Posted in : Blogging Marathon, Deep Frying, Dessert, Festive Cooking, Flours, Ghee, Indian Cuisine, Indian Desserts, Karnataka Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Maida, Milk & Milk Products, Ocassions, Oils, Rava, Rice barn, South Indian Cusine, Sugar, Sweeteners, whole wheat on by : admin
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Chirotti ~Indian State Karnataka Today in we are Karnataka in this Blogging Marathon were we are blogging Cuisines of Indian States. When I looked for my inspiration for this mega marathon where we are blogging Indian states the first thought was what do I cook for Karnataka. I know I have hardly lived there but have grown up never feeling
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6 April, 2014

Rasatle Fov or Pohe In Coconut Milk (Savoury)~ Indian State Goa

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Rascche Fov/Rasatle Fov~Goan Cuisine I have the unique status as a Kanadiga married to a Maharstrian but the person considers himself to be a Goan!  So in the blogging Marathon today we are at Goa.  Some of you may have ideas about Goa ! Goa is beach, sun, Carnival and drinks but as a resident
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1 April, 2014

Khapse/Khap Tse ~Indian State Arunachal Pradesh

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  Khap-Tse/ Khapse Arunachal Pradesh On day 2, let’s visit Arunachal Pradesh!   The place where the first rays of the sun falls. Arunachal Pradesh ‘Arun’ meaning sun Pradesh means country. Also known as the’ Land of Dawn Lit Mountains’, it’s also known as ‘Land Of The Rising Sun’. Apart from these there are names like ‘Orchid State of India’
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16 October, 2013

Eggless Pumpkin Yeasted Bread

Comments : 4 Posted in : Baking Partners, Bread, Brown sugar, Cardamon-Elichi, Egg less, Festive Cooking, Ginger, Maida, Oils, Pumpkin, Yeast on by : ArchanaPotdar
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We at Baking Partners are this month due to Halloween Baking with Pumpkin. The choice was either bread or loaf starring Pumpkin.  We could make any one of the two recipe. The recipes are suggested by Tamy of www.threesidesofcrazy.com. This one was a relief to read about and make after the Kronuts. In fact wanted
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13 September, 2013

K for Katin Saar or Kat chi Amti

Posted in : Accompaniments, Appetizer, Blogging Marathon, Chana daal, Festive Cooking, Meal, Ocassions, Red Chilli Powder, Red Chillies, South Indian Cusine on by : ArchanaPotdar
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I have already said I will like to pass on some traditions to my daughters so I had made Holgi/Puran Poli for Holi.  The fact remains that they ate Holgi grudgingly, but  they ate. To make Holgi/Puran poli you boil the channa dal for the hurna/puran you strain out the water in which you have boiled
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