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Tomato Rice

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June 23, 2016
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Tomato Rice

South Indian Tomato Rice is an easy One Pot Meal that does not require many special ingredients, yet they are palatable. Serve them with Potato Crisps, Salad and Raitha for a Hit Combination. Very rarely I shoot pictures for a recipe unplanned. But today, after we came rushed home from our Sunday morning chaos,...

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Bisi Bele Bhath (Rice with Lentils and Spices)

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June 19, 2016
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This combination of rice, toor dal, vegetables and spices is essentially a south Indian variation of north Indian kitcheree — the classic one-pot meal — with the use of tamarind, coconut, aromatic spices and a tempering characteristic of south Indian cooking. The bisi bele spice mix is a rather unique and wonderfully aromatic blend...

Continue Reading at Lisa's Vegetarian Kitchen2016-06-19.

No grind Idli Recipe | Vegan and Gluten Free Idli Recipe | Idli Recipe using Urad dal Flour : Beginner Series

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June 16, 2016
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No grind Idli Recipe | Vegan and Gluten Free Idli Recipe | Idli Recipe using Urad dal Flour : Beginner Series

Idli is a South Indian breakfast/tiffin recipe that is mostly gluten free and vegan. Idli is made with fermented lentils and rice mixture. However for

Continue Reading at Savi-Ruchi2016-06-16.

Layered Soy Chunks Biryani Recipe

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June 12, 2016
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Layered Soy Chunks Biryani Recipe

For the final day of rice dishes, I needed to make a layered rice dish. There are so many ways of making a layered rice. You can either bake it in oven or cook it over stove top and you can either cover the lid with a cloth or foil or a wheat dough...

Continue Reading at Gayathri's Cook Spot2016-06-12.

Paneer Fried Rice Recipe

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June 11, 2016
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Paneer Fried Rice Recipe

For the second day, under mixed rice, I wanted to make fried rice. Whenever mixed rice is mentioned, my mind goes to our south Indian rice varieties. As I have blogged about most of the varieties I know, I thought of making fried rice as this also falls under the same category. Recently, my...

Continue Reading at Gayathri's Cook Spot2016-06-11.

Thengaipaal Saadam / Coconut Milk Rice

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June 10, 2016
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Thengaipaal Saadam / Coconut Milk Rice

Today we start another week of Blogging Marathon. For this week, I have chosen to do three rice dishes. I have tried so many rice dishes, some one pot meals, some mixed rice and one or two layered rice. This week I need to make three dishes using all the three techniques mentioned above....

Continue Reading at Gayathri's Cook Spot2016-06-10.

Mangalorean Style Vegetable Biryani Recipe

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June 8, 2016
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Mangalorean Style Vegetable Biryani Recipe

Biryani is what i often make, atleast once in two weeks. Since it is so easy to make, plus it taste divine. I have quite a few biryani recipes in my blog and each one is made different. Biryani taste different each time by the veggies you use and the method you make.Similar Recipes,Capsicum...

Continue Reading at YUMMY TUMMY2016-06-08.

Set Dosa / A Crepe with a thousand holes!!

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May 26, 2016
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Set Dosa / A Crepe with a thousand holes!!

There will not be one south Indian who would say no to Dosas. I am kidding there might be a few who would prefer to eat Idli than Dosa or something else like a toast or probably muesli. I know few people who wouldn’t want dosa as their breakfast when they were back home....

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Yakhni (Stock) Pulao

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May 26, 2016
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What happens when you stumble upon a beautiful recipe book with stunning photographs? Don't you start pinning your favourite recipes in your mental scrapbook and wondering whether the pantry has a stock of all the ingredients and perhaps that one special spice to add a twist to the recipe you have just seen to...

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Bengali Mishti Polau

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May 24, 2016
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The mishti bhaat or mishti polau or ghee bhaat ,for Bengalis, is always associated with happy times and celebrations. Very different from the pulao that we get to see and hear everywhere outside of Bengal, this sweetened rice preparation is usually made during birthdays, anniversary celebrations, family get togethers or when entertaining guests. Normally,...

Continue Reading at Kitchen e Kichu Khonn2016-05-24.

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