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28 April, 2014

Mandua ki Roti, Phansu and Til ki Chutney~Indian State: Uttarakhand

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Mandua ki Roti, Phansu and Til ki Chutney~Indian State: Uttarakhand Today we eat Utranchal cuisine. Actually, what I said at home it was “today we eat Uttaranchal. “My younger daughter who is hooked to Percy Jackson, a book based on Greek mythology kept asking me what  kind of monsters are we.  Uttarakhand formerly Uttaranchal, is a state in the northern part of India. It
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28 April, 2014

Matar Ka Nimona ~Indian State Uttar Pradesh

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Matar Ka Nimona ~Indian State Uttar Pradesh Remember this song” Khaike Pan Banaraswala” Where is Banaras? Yes in Uttar Pradesh!  So let’s visit Uttar Pradesh today!   Uttar Pradesh, abbr. UP, is a state located in northern India. It was created on 1 April 1937 as the United Provinces, and was renamed Uttar Pradesh in 1950. Lucknow is the capital and Kanpur is the commercial capital and
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26 April, 2014

Tea Soup /Chatang Indian~State: Tripura

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  Chatang Indian~State: Tripura Today we visit Tripura on the 27th day of our journey through the Indian States through our cuisine. Tripuri cuisine is the type of food predominantly served in the northeast Indian state of Tripura. The Tripuris are essentially non-vegetarians and hence the main courses are mainly prepared using meat, but with the addition of vegetables, although some followers of Vaishnavism tend toward vegetarianism. Traditional Tripuri
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25 April, 2014

Momos~Indian State Sikkim

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Momos~Indian State Sikkim Nestling as it does in the Himalayan Mountains, the state of Sikkim is characterised by mountainous terrain. Almost the entire state is hilly, with an elevation ranging from 280 metres (920 ft) to 8,586 metres (28,169 ft). The summit of Kangchenjunga—the world’s third-highest peak—is the state’s highest point, situated on the border between Sikkim and Nepal. For
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23 April, 2014

Mirchi Bada~Indian State Rajasthan

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 Mirchi Bada~Indian State Rajasthan Today we stop at Rajasthan, a state that I hope to visit soon not just because of the food which is splendid collection of colourful, spicy and unique dishes but because of its inhabitants and their rich culture. As a child, in my nomadic lifestyle, we were at Akola, Maharashtra. Our
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22 April, 2014

Punjabi Kadhi Pakora with Jeera Rice~Indian State Punjab

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Punjabi Kadhi  Pakora with Jeera Rice~Indian State Punjab Today we are Punjab the people who are real lively people who are fond of eating good food and enjoy life!! Hoy Bale Bale!! Probably the most famous cuisine in Indian cuisine is Punjabi cuisine. Why not the Punjabis are the most enterprising people who have make their presence felt
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21 April, 2014

Kadugu Cauliflower~Union Territory Pondicherry

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Kadugu  Cauliflower~Union Territory Pondicherry The union territory of Pondicherry cuisine is also a reflection of a perfect blend of different cultures and customs. Do you know they have 4 official languages Tamil, Telgu, Malayalam and French! Wow I was thinking that only Goa has two official languages!! The union territory of Pondicherry in the country of
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20 April, 2014

Aloor Potoler Rasa and Luchi ~Indian State Odisha

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Aloor Potoler Rasa and Luchi ~Indian State Odisha Oriya Cuisine is rich and varied, while relying heavily on local ingredients. The flavours are usually subtle and delicately spiced, quite unlike the fiery curries typically associated with Indian cuisine. Food pattern is largely the same as that seen in the neighbouring states of Bihar and West Bengal
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18 April, 2014

Panch Phoran Tarkari and Hamarcha Rawt~ Indian State Mizoram

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Panch Phoran Tarkari ~Indian State Mizoram   Panch Phoran Tarkari and Hamarcha Rawt is m choice for  Indian State Mizoram! Today on Day 19 we are at  Mizoram. Mizoram is a beautiful state situated in the North-eastern part of India. Blessed with mesmerizing hills, pleasant valleys, swirling rivers and placid lakes Mizoram has a distinct food culture, some north-eastern, Chinese
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