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Amristari Aloo Kulcha- Punjab

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April 23, 2014
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Punjab is situated in the North Western part of India. It shares its boundaries with Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Jammu Kashmir and Pakisthan. Punjab is the land of five rivers. Punjabi cuisine uses lots of butter, ghee and paneer. Tandoori method of cooking is the speciality of Punjab and all types of vegetarian and...

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Dalma

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April 22, 2014
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Dalma

After trying out more than a dozen deep frying / sugar laden recipes in the marathon so far, I thought it was time for some simple comfort food. And so it is dalma for today, which happens to be a popular, vegetarian home-style dal. It comes from the state of Odisha formerly known as...

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Mutton and Potato Stew

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April 19, 2014
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Mutton and Potato Stew

One fine morning I got up with a wonderful aroma of this stew which my mom was preparing, to be served along with appams. I was really excited to have this mutton stew for breakfast. I usually prepare vegetable stew, by adding all the vegetables.My mom prepared this quickly before we got up, so...

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Panch Phoran Tarkari – Meghalaya

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April 18, 2014
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Today we move on to one more state of Eastern India. One among the seven sister states, Meghalaya means abode of clouds in Sanskrit. It shares its boundaries with Bangladesh and Assam. The capitla city is Shillong also known as the Scotland of East. Fish, pork and bamboo shoots are some of the ingredients...

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Karotkhabi Kanghou – Manipur

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April 17, 2014
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After a halt at Maharashtra, we now travel to Manipur, which is one of the seven sister states of India. It shares it boundaries with Nagaland, Mizoram, Assam and Burma. From the beginning of the planning for this Blogging Marathon, the seven sister states have posed a great problem to us bloggers. It was...

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B for Bangaladumpa Pulusu | Potatoes and Tamarind Stew | Andhra Recipes

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April 10, 2014
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B for Bangaladumpa Pulusu | Potatoes and Tamarind Stew | Andhra Recipes

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Recipes | Yogurt and three Indian Curries – Time Management in my kitchen – II

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April 8, 2014
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Recipes | Yogurt and three Indian Curries – Time Management in my kitchen – II

Continued from here… Here are a few easy yogurt based recipes from my treasure of ‘time-management in kitchen’. These recipes make sure that my cooking time is saved without compromising on the nutrient quotient of the food I prepare for my family. 1. (Read more...)

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Vegetarian Thukpa

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April 3, 2014
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Vegetarian Thukpa

Now we move to Arunachal Pradesh, the second state in the series. Arunachal pradesh is mostly covered by Himalayas and the name of the state literally translates to "The land of the rising sun" or "The land of the dawn-lit mountains". It lies to the north eastern side of India and is the largest...

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Potato Kurma with Fried Onion. Remembering my grandmother through her favorite recipes.

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April 2, 2014
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Potato Kurma with Fried Onion. Remembering my grandmother through her favorite recipes.

To commemorate my paternal grandmother’s first year death anniversary, I am posting a series of my grandmothers favorite recipes. This potato kurma recipe is second in the series. Read my first post in the series here. My grandmother with my father (Read more...)

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Achari Aloo Chole ~ Potato and Garbanzo Bean Curry with Pickling Spices

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March 31, 2014
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Achari Aloo Chole ~ Potato and Garbanzo Bean Curry with Pickling Spices

It is not the first time I am writing about this and definitely will not be the last time – because that is how most of my cooking sessions end up being. I started making a Achari Chana Pulao, a Tarla Dalal recipe that I have made several times before and at the last...

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