Chilro | Sindhi Besan Ja Chilra

Chilro

Chilro is a popular breakfast dish from Sindhi Cuisine, made with Besan or Chickpea flour mixed with spices and vegetables to make a pancake. Chilro is also called as Besan Ja Chilra or Besan Chila. As with many recipes, each household have their own version. Some add grated carrots or cabbage and can be eaten […]

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Bele Dose | Mixed Lentil Dosa from Karnataka

Bele Dose

Bele Dose or Mixed Lentil Dosa is a crispy thin dosa made with a mix of regular lentils. The lentils are called as “Bele” in Kannada. This is almost similar to the Adai we make in Tamil Nadu. The batter is made by soaking rice and a mix of dals for a day and ground […]

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Aloo Poha Tikki Pockets

Aloo Poha Tikki Pockets

Aloo Poha Tikki Pockets is a wrap made with tikkis and regular rotis filled with a dip that makes it a complete and filling meal. Aloo Poha Tikkis are shallowly fried and stuffed inside a regular wheat roti along with a creamy dip made with hung curds, mayo, and sauces. I was planning a wrap […]

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Andhra Chicken Fry | How to make Easy Chicken Fry

Andhra Chicken Fry

Andhra Chicken Fry is an easy chicken fry you can make within thirty minutes of cook time. With just basic Indian spices you have a delicious dry saute to enjoy. This Andhra chicken fry is yet another frequent dish that I have been making of late. I alter with Chicken 65 and Pepper Chicken for […]

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Nellikai Thayir Pachadi | How to make Amla Raita

Nellikai Thayir Pachadi

Nellikai Thayir Pachadi or Amla Raita is a fantastic way to include Amla in your meal. Amla is very rich in Vitamin C and helpful in increasing your immunity. While we have tried different methods to include Amla or the Indian Gooseberry in our diet regularly, we always end up missing it out majorly. Over […]

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Pepper Chicken Fry ~ Step By Step Pictures

Pepper Chicken Fry

Pepper Chicken Fry is a dry chicken roast made with only pepper for spice and makes a delicious starter or a side dish in a meal. This Pepper chicken fry has sort of becoming regular at home for Sunday Lunch. As it happens, there is a period for one particular dish to be repeated almost […]

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Mutton Gojju ~ Andhra Semi Gravy

Mutton Gojju

Mutton Gojju is an Andhra Style Semi Gravy dish that can be served with Rice or Chapathis. The dish is made with a freshly ground spice powder that enhances the aroma and taste. This past one month I was into cooking nonveg for the kids along with our Vegetarian Meal. It’s normally Amma who cooks […]

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Bzar ~ How to make Emirati Spice Mix

Bzar - Emirati Spice Mix

Bzar Spice Mix is an Emirati Spice Mix, similar to our Indian Garam Masala. It is blended with butter and drizzled over soups, stews etc. When I was searching for Spice Blends, I came across some pastes from Indonesian that also used shrimp pastes etc, so had to check again and landed in here to […]

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Malaysian Spice Mix

Malaysian Spice Mix

Malaysian Spice Mix is a ground spice blend combining about 12 different spices and ingredients. This gives a wonderful taste and aroma to the cooked dish. I selected Condiments as the theme for my Pick 3 dishes from 3 Asian Countries, I chose Srilanka as the first country to explore, then decided on making this […]

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Thuna Paha ~ Sri Lankan Curry Powder

Srilankan Curry Powder

Sri Lankan Curry Powder is called as Thuna Paha, a Sinhalese unroasted curry powder used to spice the curry dishes, especially Vegetarian dishes. The name Thuna Paha roughly translates as “three or five” is a spice blend traditionally made with three or five ingredients. Though this means three or five, every cook has a different […]

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How to make Maharashtrian Amti

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Maharashtrian Amti is comforting dal spiced with the cuisine’s special Goda masala. You can serve this dal with rice or roti as well. When I picked up Maharashtrian Thali to make, I completely forgot that I haven’t made their popular Amti yet. I always thought I had already done it. So when I was planning […]

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