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3 October, 2017

Hesar Bale Gajjari Kosambri |Moong Dal and Carrot Salad

Hesar Bale Gajjari Kosambri |Moong Dal and Carrot Salad
Comments : 12 Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Daal or Lentils, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Karnataka Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Moong Daal-Yellow Lentils, Postpartum Diet, Protein Rich Food, Salad, Side Dish, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Snack on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Hesar Bale Gajjari Kosambri or Moong Dal and Carrot Salad, an Indian salad, very simple to make and a  must for most festivals. It is healthy and protein-rich too. Since moong dal, hesar bale, or hessaru bale is light for digestion it is ideal for the aged, young and those recovering from sickness. It is also
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28 September, 2017

Coorgi Masala Recipe

Coorgi Masala Recipe
Posted in : Condiments, garam masala, Indian Cuisine, Karnataka Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Masala on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Coorgi masala is simple and yet delicious. The use of the spices in our backyard is quite common in Indian Cuisine so we have yummy masala. Each household has a different spice powder, forget household each individual member will make the masala a bit different. The subtle differences come from the differences in the freshness
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28 September, 2017

Egg Curry in Coorgi Style

Egg Curry in Coorgi Style
Comments : 9 Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Curry, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Eggs, Gravy, Indian Cuisine, Karnataka Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Protein Rich Food, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Egg Curry cooked in Coorgi style is an adaption of Chicken Gravy Coorgi style. Cooked with minimum spices we enjoyed it when we went to live at this homestay called Ashania run by Mr &Mrs. Prasad. Mrs Prasad shared recipes that she made for us and I am finally trying to pen them down. My
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19 June, 2016

Sakhar Bhat/ Kesar Bhat/Sweetened Rice Pulao Indian Style

Sakhar Bhat/ Kesar Bhat/Sweetened Rice Pulao Indian Style
Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Cashew Nuts, Dessert, Elichi/ Green Cardamon, Essences, Festive Cooking, For the Tiffin Box, Ghee, Goan, Indian Cuisine, Indian Desserts, Karnataka Cuisine, Keasr/Saffron, Kid Friendly, Maharashtrian Cuisine, Meal, Milk & Milk Products, Nuts, Ocassions, Rice, Rice the Versatile Cereal and Its Uses on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Sakhar Bhat/ Kesar Bhat/Sweetened Rice Pulao Indian Style is an Indian Delicacy. Cooked on Festive Occasions it demonstrates the Versatile nature of Rice. I adore sweets sadly I cannot say the same about the rest of my family members. They are sweet-haters, not all sweets mind you chocolates, ice cream, kaju katli welcome but come
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5 March, 2016

Festive Sautikai Kosambari with Lemon

Posted in : Accompaniments, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Condiments, Cucumber, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Karnataka Cuisine, Lowfat, Moong Daal-Yellow Lentils, Salad, Vegetables on by : ArchanaPotdar
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In continuation with my kakdi/ cucumber love here is the third and last in the series. Sautikai kosambari  as it is made in the south. This kosambri reminds me of my granny, Ajji made the bestest kosambari and it’s not only me the neighbours also said so. In the Kartik month of the Hindu calendar,
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21 September, 2015

Idiyappam or Nooputt or Noolputtu or String Hoppers or Shirvoliyo

Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Breakfast, Chutney, Condiments, Goan, Healthy food, Karnataka Cuisine, Rice flour, South Indian Cuisine, Sri Lankan CUisine, Steamed on by : ArchanaPotdar
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We at #Blogging Marathon try to bring to you a variety, a variety in our various marathons. This one is no different, aptly called “#Buffet on Table “ this week our quest is to bring you different breakfast across the world. You may be aware that when we were researching the different world combos I was surprised when I
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12 September, 2015

Avrikai Palya|French Beans Stir Fry|Papdi Bhajji

Comments : 11 Posted in : Accompaniments, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Diabetics Friendly Foods, French Beans, Healthy food, Karnataka Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Lowfat, Meal, Rice barn, Stir-Fry or Dry Vegetables, Tiffin box ideas on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Avrikai Palya is a simple and delicious way to cook French Beans. Avrikai or French Beans are known as Papdi in Goa. The way they are cooked in Goa is different from the way they are cooked in Karnataka. This is the way it is made at my maiden home. As a child, I never
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12 September, 2015

Oota or Katnataka Thali

Posted in : Blogging Marathon, Indian Cuisine, Karnataka Cuisine on by : ArchanaPotdar
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We at #Blogging Marathon try to bring to you a variety, a variety in our various marathons. This one is no different, aptly called “#Buffet on Table “   this week our quest is to bring you different combos from in India. The cuisine of #Karnataka is one of the oldest surviving cuisines and traces its origin to iron age
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24 May, 2015

Akki Bhakari/ Akki Rotti/ Tandula-chi-Bhakari

Posted in : Goan, Indian Cuisine, Indian Flat Bread, Karnataka Cuisine, Rice flour, Uncategorized on by : admin
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Akki Bhakari/ Akki Rotti/ Tandula-chi-Bhakari Flatbreads are a part of Indian menus. We, Indians make flatbreads out of wheat, jowar/sorghum, and millets like ragi, bajra and many more grains  I do not know about. Indian flatbreads like its culture and cuisine is diverse but still there is a thread connecting them all. You can read
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23 May, 2014

Ranjka/Thecha ~ A Chilli Preserve

Comments : 9 Posted in : Blogging Marathon, Chillies, Green chilli, Indian Cuisine, Karnataka Cuisine, Maharashtrian Cuisine, Pickle, Preserve on by : admin
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Ranjka/Thecha ~ A Chilli Preserve In Karnataka it’s traditional to make Ranjka also known as Thecha in Maharashtra. This was true as long as Amma could manage it. There used to be pickles, jams and sauces made according to the season. So in the season when red chilles were available ranjka was made. Not that I was keen to
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