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Decadent chire bhaja with chocolate, almonds and tart cherries

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October 30, 2014
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Hope it is not too late to wish everyone Happy Diwali. Hope you had a wonderful festive season with lots of joy, time with friends and family and delicious food.Lil A is has a Diwali celebration at school and since it will probably will be the only time he is celebrating it in school,...

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Black-Eyed Pea Curry with Coconut and Tomato

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October 29, 2014
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Humble preparations often steal much of the attention at the dinner table and black-eyed peas dishes certainly do just that. A particularly earthy legume, they just so happen to shine when served up for dinner with modest spicing, and in this case, some creamy coconut milk and robust tomatoes to fill everything out. Very...

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Gongura Pappu | Sorrel Leaves Dal | Gongura Recipes

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October 28, 2014
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Gongura Pappu | Sorrel Leaves Dal | Gongura Recipes

I am sure everyone would have celebrated Diwali nicely and enjoyed it with lots of fun and food. I had to pull myself to post this recipe especially after a along weekend.Gongura leaves are called 'Sorrel leaves' in English and 'Khatta Bhaji' in Hindi and 'Ambaadi' in Maharastra.Gongura leaves(Sorrel leaves) is used extensively in...

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Moong Dal Halwa: Yellow Moong Halwa

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October 28, 2014
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Carrot kosambari ~ Carrot and mung bean salad

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October 28, 2014
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Carrot kosambari ~ Carrot and mung bean salad

Festival season with all it's sweets and snacks always leaves me craving something light, healthy and nutritious. Something that is healthy to the core and is completely unlike all the rich calorie... ]

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Mixed Nuts Burfi/Mewa Burfi/Meva Halwa

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October 27, 2014
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Mixed Nuts Burfi/Mewa Burfi/Meva Halwa

Blogging Marathon #45: Week 4/Day 3 Theme: Festival Recipes(Diwali) Dish: Mixed Nuts Burfi/Mewa Burfi To end the series of festival recipes, I have yet another burfi recipe, which is as simple as burfi making can get. It is ‘Mewa Burfi’. “Mewa” – not to be confused with ‘Mawa’ or ‘Khoa’ means ‘Mixed Nuts’ in...

Continue Reading at Oh Taste n See.....2014-10-27.

Recipe | Healthy Agathi leaves with Lentil – The city I proudly call home

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October 27, 2014
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Recipe | Healthy Agathi leaves with Lentil – The city I proudly call home

Adapting to new situations is absolutely essential to any kind of success or happiness in life. I was not born and raised in Chennai but have been living here for close to eighteen years. New language, hot climate, different food habits and strict rituals at in-laws’ home in Chennai intimidated this simple girl from...

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Semiya Payasam/Seviyan Kheer/Vermicelli Kheer

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October 26, 2014
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Semiya Payasam/Seviyan Kheer/Vermicelli Kheer

Blogging Marathon #45: Week 4/Day 2 Theme: Festival Recipes(Diwali) Dish:Semiya Payasam/Vermicelli Kheer For today’s edition of Festival Recipes, I have a simple, yet decadent kheer – made with semiya or vermicelli. Yesterday, I had mentioned that all my festival recipes were gonna be ones that even novice cooks can make. This is again one...

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Seven Cup Burfi/7 Cup Sweet

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October 25, 2014
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Seven Cup Burfi/7 Cup Sweet

Blogging Marathon #45: Week 4/Day 1 Theme: Festival Recipes(Diwali) Dish:Seven Cup Burfi/7 Cup Sweet For week 4 of the Blogging Marathon, I am making festival recipes, especially Diwali recipes. By now, everybody should have already made their Diwali sweets, and the celebrations are done, but documenting this such that you can look it up...

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Narkel Naru Truffle and Pop: Perfect last minute dessert recipe for Diwali

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October 23, 2014
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Narkel Naru Truffle and Pop: Perfect last minute dessert recipe for Diwali

Today is Diwali, The festival of lights...the day when Hindus all over the World celebrate the victory of good over evil...light over darkness. Spiritually its all about celebrating togetherness, celebrating everything good with your family. Be it new clothes, good food, decorated house, sparkling new gifts, fun frolic and laughter or prayers for good...

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