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Shahi Dum Alu (New potatoes simmered in spicy gravy)

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December 7, 2014
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Shahi Dum Alu (New potatoes simmered in spicy gravy)

There is something about Winter that ignites the nesting instinct in me.

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Recipes | Easy and healthy Indian curries and flatbreads – My warming winter comfort foods

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December 3, 2014
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Recipes | Easy and healthy Indian curries and flatbreads – My warming winter comfort foods

“Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home.” ~ Edith Sitwell. Winter season is a celebration of food. Lower temperature and abundance of fresh produce make winter the most favored season...

Continue Reading at Lite Bite2014-12-03.

RADISH MOONG DAL CURRY

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December 2, 2014
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A very quick and simple radish curry filled with lots of iron and fiber. Radishes are extremely low in calories and naturally fat free. It lowers cholesterol, regulates blood pressure and blood sugar levels. Most of the people don't like this veggies because of its pungent smell but i am sure the smell disappears...

Continue Reading at suma's cuisine2014-12-02.

Egg Bhurji with Boiled Eggs – Chopped Boiled Eggs in Indian Spices

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November 25, 2014
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Egg Bhurji with Boiled Eggs – Chopped Boiled Eggs in Indian Spices

Egg Bhurji is generally eggs scrambled in Indian spices and veggies. This version of Egg Bhurji was made with leftover boiled eggs from a dinner with friends. Makes for a good breakfast with some toast on the side. We had them with whole wheat flatbreads. I made them a little runny, almost like Akuri,...

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Doi Fulkopi and tips to stop food wastage

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November 18, 2014
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Doi Fulkopi and tips to stop food wastage

Enough has been said about minimising your carbon footprint, eating local, cooking seasonal and going for fresh ingredients. if you haven't understood the fact yet after all these years...here's the bottom line for you. Eating and cooking fresh local and seasonal produce is the best that you can gift your body, not only it's...

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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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SPICY SOYA MASALA

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October 18, 2014
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Soya chunks is an excellent source of protein and rich in vitamin B. I make it a point to include this on my diet :) Though it does not have its own flavour, but has the power to absorb the flavouring when it is mixed with the gravy. Whenever I feel like having non...

Continue Reading at suma's cuisine2014-10-18.

Recipes | Three Quick Indian Stir-fry recipes aka Subzis

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September 23, 2014
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Recipes | Three Quick Indian Stir-fry recipes aka Subzis

A Subzi or vegetable stir-fry is an integral part of an Indian Thali (platter). If Subzi is one of the important components alongside a flat bread in a North Indian thali then it takes the form of an accompaniment to rice dishes in South India. Subzi also refers to any vegetable in Hindi. I...

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Recipes | Three easy Indian Stir-Fry recipes aka Subzis – Simple food big flavors

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September 23, 2014
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Recipes | Three easy Indian Stir-Fry recipes aka Subzis – Simple food big flavors

“I am jealous of your husband and kids, they get to eat five-star cooking every day” was one of the questions in an online interview on Ganga’s blog here. And she is the nth person to have said the same to me. The fact remains that most of days what comes out of my...

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Melt-in-the-Mouth Burnt Aubergine and Spinach Curry

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September 20, 2014
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Melt-in-the-Mouth Burnt Aubergine and Spinach Curry

I live and breathe Gujarati food. Simple vegetarian dishes we’d eat every night when I was young are what have inspired my love of cooking today. Oroh was one of those dishes mum would cook as a midweek dinner after our evening swim at our local leisure centre. Oroh is simply a name for...

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