Vegan Whole Wheat Savory Buns

For the second day of making Wheat Dishes, yes I managed to bake another bun. This one can be called a bun or a roll, was completely baked with wheat flour and potato. The decision for baking this came rather late and I was keen on completing it before hitting the bed. There wasn’t enough […]

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Spicy Twisted Bun | How to make Savory Twisted Buns

For the second day of week 1 BM#64, under Shaped Buns, I have a Spicy Twisted Bun as a choice. These make a great late breakfast or Brunch dish, not to mention these are great to carry for travel food. The whole dish came about when Hubby dear wanted me to bake him some savory […]

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Bedmi Chana Ki Sabzi | How to make Bedmi Chana Ki Sabzi

Since my menu already had one Aloo Subzi, plus the fact that I had soaked Kabuli chana, the subzi changed into Bedmi Chana Ki Sabzi. Now don’t ask if such recipe actually exists, it does now!I regularly make it a point to add Amla to our Chana for added benefits, you can ignore if you […]

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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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Aloo Sabzi | How to make Aloo Sabzi for Poori

Aloo Sabzi Recipe For Poori or Chapati is a basic sabzi recipe made with diced potatoes and an easy dish to prepare with basic ingredients available at home. This version of Aloo Sabzi can be served with stuffed pooris or regular pooris and parathas as well. Learn how to make Aloo Ki Sabzi with these […]

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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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How to make Potato Pakodis

No elaborate meal is complete without a crunch included. And I wanted to make sure I do that. So for the weekend brunch, along with Saamai Ven Pongal and Sakara Pongal, I made this delicious Potato Pakodis. Hubby dear pointed out that these tasted much like the Maddur Vada and I was reminded of that […]

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Saamai Sakara Pongal | How to make Saamai Sakara Pongal

Since I decided to make Saamai for the weekend brunch, I had to come up with another dish. Since Saturdays are days when I make Ven Pongal and some special Neivedyam, decided to make a version of Sakara Pongal with Saamai. The saamai grains are tiny and end results looked almost like a payasam. It […]

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