One Month Old!

Thats how old my blog is! I have successfully completed one month and feel so elated. I have come to know so many wonderful people this last one month than last many months put together. Special thanks to Mathy and Indira‘s Flood Blog Desam, I have come to know of many interesting bloggers. I would […]

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It is Vermicelli Curd Rice!

Or Semiya Bagala Bath as called in Telugu. Of course there is no rice in this dish. But still Amma calls it by this name. This one tugs at memories when Amma used to make it often for her dinner parties that they used to host. This dish was always a hit and Dad likes […]

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Kodikoora – Andhra Chicken Gravy

The delicious Andhra cuisine, is reputedly the spiciest and hottest of all Indian cuisine. When we think of Andhra cuisines, hot spicy gravies comes to mind. Especially if its a Non-Veg, no doubt it has to be spicy. Here comes a recipe undoubtedly spicy and deliciously. Well you might ask how I can know without […]

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Here it is finally…..Kolhapuri Mutton!

Here’s the post on my much ‘wanted to try’ recipe. Ever since I came across this featured by Sanjeev Kapoor, I had wanted to try and participating in RCI : Maharashtrian Cuisine was just an excuse for me to try my hand at this. After much anticipation I got down getting all the ingredients ready. […]

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Spicy Rice Maharashtrian Style – Masala Bhath

Weekends are always hectic. Planning to prepare something special for Sunday lunch is always interesting and exciting. Especially if I am trying new recipes, I am filled with apprehensive thoughts like ‘will this dish will be accepted by all and etc etc’. This time I wanted to try something Marathi and I adapted this recipe […]

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Its Onion Rings!

Yes, Tee was right, the dish I made from this was Onion Rings. When I made this dish, it took me back to the time I first had it. It must have been more than 10 years back. Dad always used to take us for dinners often as he wanted to give a day off […]

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Batatyacha Rassa – Potato Gravy

This is going to be my first entry for RCI: Maharashtrian Cuisine Here is the recipe for Batatyacha Rassa Serves 4Preparation time – 10 minsCooking time – 10 mins Ingredients For RassaPotatoes – 4 mediumTomatoes – 2Green chilies – 4Turmeric powder – a pinchWater – as required For SeasoningMustard seeds – 1/2 tspCumin seeds – […]

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