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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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18 June, 2016

Dodkyhe Bhat/Ridge Gourd Rice

Dodkyhe Bhat/Ridge Gourd Rice
Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Buttermilk, Chillies, Coconut, Coriander, Coriander Seeds/Dhania, For the Tiffin Box, Green chilli, Healthy food, Herbs, Indian Cuisine, Jeera/Cumin Seeds, Kid Friendly, Lowfat, Maharashtrian Cuisine, Meal, Milk & Milk Products, Rice, Rice the Versatile Cereal and Its Uses, Ridge gourd/Hirikai/ Ghosal, Ruchira, Tiffin box ideas, Vegetables on by : ArchanaPotdar
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One amazingly delicious meal with the healthiest vegetable was Dodkyhe Bhat /Ridge Gourd Rice !!! Ridge gourd or Turai in Hindi is also known as Luffa acutangula, turiya, heerakai, dodka, Sponge gourd or Chinese Okra. Ridge Gourd is a dark green and ridged vegetable. The outside ridged gourd is white spongy pulp inside the seeds are
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3 May, 2016

# 3 Ingredient Gul Papdi/Gur Papdi/Sukdi

Comments : 15 Posted in : #3 Ingredient Dish, Bachelor Recipes, Dessert, Festive Cooking, Flours, Ghee, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Indian Desserts, jaggery, Kid Friendly, Maharashtrian Cuisine, Milk & Milk Products, Sweeteners, Uncategorized, whole wheat on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Picture this sometime in the 1980-90 school get over, mind you school was 10 am to 5 pm. Then you come home and you have a snack and milk. What was the snack? Either it was poha, upma, chivda if you were lucky with mom not being home when you come back then you have
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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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19 March, 2016

Homemade Bhuna Masala or Bhunna Masala

Posted in : Bhuna Masala, Condiments, Freeze, How to, Indian Cuisine, Masala, North Indian Cuisine, North-Eastern Cuisine, Uttar Pradesh on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Bhuna Masala is one of the many Masala in Indian Cuisine. Bhuna Masala is a convenience that can be used for both vegetarian curries and non-vegetarian gravies. It’s ideal for those times when you need a quick and delicious gravy comforting  gravy maybe because you have a guest or because you need a comforting meal. For
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12 March, 2016

Cauliflower Cafreal, a Vegetarian take on the Famous Delicacy from Goa

Cauliflower Cafreal, a Vegetarian take on the Famous Delicacy from Goa
Posted in : Appetizer, Cauliflower, Chillies, Coriander, Goan, Green chilli, Indian Cuisine, Meal, Mushrooms, Oils, Palak, Potato/Batati/Batata/Batat, Rice barn, Shallow Fried, Side Dish, Stir-Fry or Dry Vegetables, Vegetables on by : ArchanaPotdar
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On a holiday in Goa, you must have tried or, at least, heard the waiter waxing eloquently about the Chicken Cafreal they serve in their restaurant. If you are a non-vegetarian you may try it out, but, in case you are a vegetarian, you will promptly refuse. So, what is Cafreal? Cafreal is a spicy
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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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3 March, 2016

Sautikai Kosambri/Kakdi chi Koshimber in Curds

Comments : 19 Posted in : Accompaniments, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Chillies, Condiments, Coriander, Cucumber, Curds-Yogurt, Festive Cooking, Green chilli, Ground Nuts-Peanuts, Healthy food, Herbs, Indian Cuisine, Karnataka Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Lowfat, Maharashtrian Cuisine, Milk & Milk Products, Nuts, Salad, Side Dish, Snack on by : ArchanaPotdar
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This week after a long long break I am back in the blogging Marathon. The reasons why I did not blog range from house upkeep, ill health  to plain laziness. So in an effort to shake some energy into my blog I am making salads. Simple ones, mind you those that you can make from
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11 October, 2015

Methi Thepla

Posted in : Cook Book Series, Gujarati Cuisine, Indian Cuisine, Indian Flat Bread, Methi/Fenugreek, Paratha, Tarla Dalal, Whole wheat on by : ArchanaPotdar
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At the cost of repeating myself let me say that the diversity of Indian cuisine is reflected in the sheer variety of flatbreads and crêpes. Most Indian breads are flatbreads, that is flattened by rolling and are mostly without the addition of leavening agent. The use of whole wheat flour, rice flour, jowar, bajara, ragi is
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