Vendakkai Curry | Lady’s Finger Spicy Side Dish

Vendakkai Curry is the last one of the series to be featured on the Flavours of India. This theme is to showcase dishes that are not regularly featured in a restaurant. Rather it is homecooked dishes or traditional dishes that aren’t explored yet. I came to know about the Vendakkai Curry in the strangest places. […]

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Rajma Masala with Chapati

Rajma Masala is one of my most favorite North Indian Dishes. Though Amma used to make it often at home, I somehow got addicted to Rajma Masala when my friend used to bring this during our college days. When I met her Mom, the first thing I asked her was her recipe for this gravy. […]

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Sattu Ki Kachori | How to make Stuffed Sattu Kachori

We are entering into the BM#66 with the first week being on Regional Cuisine. I gave an option for all to select whichever country they wanted to. I, in fact, had some middle east cuisine in mind. Later came back to the Indian States.I was so well prepared whole of June that I actually scheduled […]

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Colour Rice with Vankaya Kura ~ A Quick Andhra Meal

Colour Rice Vankaya Kura is a delicious combo meal and an excellent way to welcome you all to the New Year! I am looking forward to a wonderful Foodie year ahead!. It’s with great pleasure I am sharing yet another edition of Blogging Marathon that’s entered its 60th edition this month. It surely makes it […]

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Bedmi Poori | How to make Stuffed Moong Dal Poori

The second variety of stuffed poori that I have been wanting to make were these Bedmi pooris. Now I already have some 4 -5 dal stuffed pooris, one referred as Bedmi Poori,  on the blog. I simply don’t have a clue on why these are Bedmi, I make these as they are so sinful and […]

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Matar Kachori | How to make Peas Stuffed Pooris

For the second day of BM#48, weekend Brunch, I planned for yet another elaborate brunch. Sunday breakfast at home is either Appam with Tomato Kurma or Poori channa. I didn’t want to break the tradition and decided to make two different poori variety to make it even more elaborate. As always the breakfast is had […]

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Mixed Vegetable Kurma 4 ~ Side Dish for Roti

One would think that after so many versions of kurma, there would be no more. Yet here is another quick and easy version of kurma that we make. With most dinners being roti with subji, there is always a need to check out new versions of the old stuff. Most at home wouldn’t mind a […]

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