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Archives for April 2008
Grains soaking for handwo Handwo is a Gujarati steamed delicacy. The batter is made from soaked rice and a mixture of lentils, fermented, mixed with vegetables and steamed / microwaved. A delicious tadka of sesame seeds, mustard seeds is poured on the top, the cake cut into wedges and served with a
We were over at our friend Rhea’s place for dinner and stay-over some weekends ago. She had taken a lot of effort to prepare an all-vegetarian spread covering her entire table, but for me the star of the dinner was a dal, which i could simply not get enough of. It had such a depth of flavour, someth
5th March,2008 As a part of my love for regional Indian cuisine, I’ve decided that once a week, dinner will be from any region other than our own. This week, we are enjoying some homely vegetarian Bengali meals from the chapter Bangla Ranna of The Calcutta Cookbook Bengali menu for tonight Piaj koli
Today is Varusha Pirappu, or the day when a new year is born according to the traditional Tamil calender
That is a shot glass!
There are some recipes that the minute you lay your eyes on them, you know it’s going to taste great. And you can’t wait to make it and taste it yourself. This was one such yummy recipe that I came across in Prevention magazine a couple of months ago. It featured soba noodles, which I had in the pantry; peanut butter which I had just made a bottle of; fresh oranges for the dressing and there was nothing to stop me from trying this one out
These savoury pancakes make for a quick breakfast or dinner. The key ingredient here which isn’t usually used in pancakes results in soft fluffy pancakes. And that does away with the need for eggs, milk or baking powder.