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28 September, 2014

Xi’an stuffed pancakes

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Xi’an stuffed pancakes For the alphabet X I have tried the Xain province from China.I knew of this province for the terracotta army. I would have liked to write more but as my arm is not too agreeable I am just linking my source Wikipediaof course. These were appreciated a lot at home and the
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17 September, 2014

Simiti or Simit or Turkish Sesame Rings

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Simiti  or Simit For the month Swati of Baking Partners has challenged us to make  Simiti  or Simit from here. I was relieved for i had already made this delicious bread. With the month long marathon at my space and all of sick I did not have too much tension. Then I began thinking where
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24 September, 2013

T for Tambit

Posted in : Blogging Marathon, Coconut, Elichi/ Green Cardamon, jaggery, Khus Khus/Poppy Seeds, Puthane, South Indian Cusine, Sweets, Til/Yellu/Sesame Seeds on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Nagpanchmi is a very big festival in Karnataka. It’s called Undi haba or Jhokali haba, haba being festival undi is ladoos and jhokali is swings! Yes it is a festival of ladoos and swings!! There is shenga undi (peanut ladoos), yellu undi (til ladoos), rava undi (rava ladoos), besan undi (gram flour ladoos), churmuri undi
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26 July, 2012

Curry Leaves Chutney

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The other day my best friend Sheetal called on me. She came bearing gifts……. a big plastic bag full of curry leaves, lovely green and delightfully aromatic just for me. Apparently her neighbour had pruned her tree and was distributing the leaves. “Tu kide tari karbare sha” she told me which translates to make something delicious. There was one bigger bag for the Office distribution.
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30 April, 2012

Masala Bhath| Spiced rice with Gherkins|Masala Bhat

Masala Bhath| Spiced rice with Gherkins|Masala Bhat
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During my second pregnancy, Masale Bhat was what I craved!! I wanted to eat the strangest possible things   “adki” i.e. betel nut powder that my Papa makes (mind you I could barely stand the stuff before and used to wonder how my siblings could stuff themselves with it) to masala bath I wanted it all. I still remember
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18 February, 2011

Healthy Oats Chikki, Granola

Healthy Oats Chikki, Granola
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Oats Chikki/granola   Oats Chikki or Granola is delicious and a must try. It is great way to power up better than the store brought Granola Bars with the goodness of nuts.  I had some muesli about which I had plans to convert to granola but postponing. As a result it started racing fast to
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17 January, 2011

Til/Sesame Seeds Chikki` Sankranti Special

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  Chikki is something we like to eat a lot. Many times my husband and I eat Chikki as our dessert but I had never tried making it myself. I had all the ingredients Chikki jaggery, til/sesame seeds the recipe and I made chikki . Ingredients: 150 grms Jaggery (Chikki),cut in small pieces 150 grms
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17 January, 2011

Til/Sesame Seeds Laddo ~ Sankranti Special

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I had as usual left buying the “Chikki” jaggery till the last minute and forgot all about it. So I decided to make the kind of laddo that my MIL/Mom made with out “Chikki” jaggery.  To get to the proportions I rang my SIL who was not too sure about the proportions but told me
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