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26 June, 2016

Ambe Dal, a Maharashtrian Salad~Padwa Special

Ambe Dal, a Maharashtrian Salad~Padwa Special
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Ambe Dal was the star of this year’s Gudi Padva also known as Ugadi or Yugadi also the Hindu New Year! Ambe Dal is a Maharastrian salad of green mango and chana dal where unlike the Sautikai Kosambri there no cucumber is added. Padwa is celebrated in Chitra is the first month of the Hindu
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10 April, 2016

Taaze Methi ke Muthia/ Fresh Fenugreek Dumplings

Taaze Methi ke Muthia/ Fresh Fenugreek Dumplings
Posted in : Appetizer, Besan, Chillies, Cutlets, Deep Frying, Flours, Garlic, Green chilli, Gujarati Cuisine, haldi, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Methi/Fenugreek, Oils, Rice barn, Shallow Fried, Side Dish, Snack, Starter, Steamed, Sugar, Tiffin box ideas, Vegan, Vegetables, Whole wheat on by : ArchanaPotdar
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A muthia is a Gujarati dish where the dough is shaped by gripping it. Serve this vegan dish steamed or fried, as a side dish or as gravy and it’s yum. But let’s start at the very beginning. Muthia is Indian food stuff, Gujarati as we like to be region and cuisine specific. Muth in
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26 November, 2014

Spiced Lime Pickle/Lemon Pickle without Oil

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Spiced Lime I have my Mom’s cookbook, rather the cookbook that my Father had presented my Mom. It was his way of telling her that he liked food to be cooked in different ways not just the regular Karnataka Style.  The cookbook had a cover when I flicked it, yes my sister does not know
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24 September, 2014

Guasacaca – Venezuelan Avocado Salsa

Posted in : Accompaniments, Bachelor Recipes, Brunch, Condiments, Dips, Salad, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Uncategorized, Venezuelan Cuisine on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Guasacaca – Venezuelan Avocado Salsa In Venezuela the cuisine you will find influences especially from Italy, Spain and France. If that is not enough you will find indigenous as well as African influence. Being a large and diverse country, each region in Venezuela has its own distinctive regional cooking. On the coast enjoy fish, shellfish,
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15 September, 2014

Mexican Rice

Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Meal, Mexican Cuisine, Rice on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Mexican Rice I hope you have enjoyed your trip around the world with us! Wondering what I am talking about? Okay we at blogging marathon are off” Around the World in 30 Days”! Foodies’ hai bhai kya? Food par he bolenge!  So let’s stop today at M-Mexico! Why it’s like Indian food! My daughters refuse to
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9 September, 2014

Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Fried Rice with Vegetables)

Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Breakfast, Capsicum, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Eggs, French Beans, Indonesian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Leftovers, Meal, Rice, Stir Fry, Street Food on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Nasi Goreng Today we in our “Trip around the World in 30 Days” we stop at Indonesia for the alphabet I. What can represent Indonesia better than Nasi Goreng? Nasi Goreng is often described as Indonesia’s twist on fried rice. According to Wikipedia,   Nasi Goreng has been called the national dish of Indonesia though there are many other contenders for the title. The beginnings of Nasi Goreng
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