Vada Curry with Appam ~ Combo Breakfast Series

Vada Curry is one of the most popular side dishes made for Idlis or Appams in many eateries and uses leftover Masala Vada in an onion tomato base. Vada Curry is mostly made with leftover masala vadas and is recycled into a delicious side dish for tiffin. In many eateries in Madras, it is popularly […]

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Moong Dal Kachori | How to make Khasta Moong Dal Kachori

Moong Daal Kachori

Khasta Moong Dal Kachori is a sinful deep fried ball from the North Indian Cuisine, filled with ground moong dal with spices and deep fried in a flaky outer layer. When I planned for Rajasthani Thali, I had asked Vaishali for a starter or snack and she suggested I make this. While I already have […]

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Jodhpuri Aloo | How to make Rajasthani Jodhpuri Aloo

Jodhpuri Aloo

Jodhpuri Aloo is a dry saute made with a mix of whole spices and spice powders that make it so delicious and spicy. This makes an excellent side dish with dal and rice. When I made the Thalis during March, I had done a mixed North Indian Thali and this was one of the dishes […]

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Rajasthani Mirchi Vada Pav

Rajasthan Mirchi Vada Pav

Rajasthani Mirchi Vada Pav or also known as Jodhpuri Michi Vada is a popular street food, commonly served as a breakfast dish. This is a spicy bajji or pakora as the North Indians refer, where you have the Green chili stuffed with a spicy potato stuffing spiced with North Indian spices. Mirchi Bajji is one of my […]

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Tomato Pulao with Fried Bread

Tomato Pulao with Fried Bread is one of those dishes from childhood. While I have so many versions of Tomato Pulao, this one is special as I remember Amma making it this way with fried bread pieces garnished on top. Some of the pieces would have steeped inside and you have that soggy deep fried […]

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How to make Biryani Masala Powder | Homemade Biryani Masala

Biryani Masala Powder

Homemade Biryani Masala Powder is a very handy spice blend that can be prepared at home and stocked in your refrigerator for a quick biryani preparation. We are starting the Blogging Marathon18th Edition today. We have successfully completed one whole month of blogging with three posts phased out over four weeks. Though a certain amount […]

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