Tawa Tikki Burger with Cashew Almond Tikkis

Tawa Tikki Burger

Tawa Tikki Burger with Cashew Almond Tikki are easy to make Burgers with Tikkis that make a filling meal anytime. These delicious Cashew Almond Tikkis were easy to make and since we used a store bought burger buns, it was a quick meal to fix. This is for the BM#84 Week 3, where I am […]

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Alasanda Bobbatlu | Black Eyed Pea Sweet Flatbread

Alasanda Bobbatlu

Alasanda Bobbatlu is a typical Andhra Sweet Dish made similarly to the popular Chana Dal Bobbatlu or Poli. In this version, Black eyed pea is used instead of chana dal. We are starting the BM#84 Week 2, I have chosen to share different sweet flatbreads. I love flatbreads and always on the lookout for new […]

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Aloo Stuffed Ajwain Paratha

Aloo Stuffed Ajwain Paratha

Aloo Stuffed Ajwain Paratha is an easy paratha that you can make for your breakfast or pack for lunch. With just curds and pickle, this tastes very good. The ajwain in the paratha gives a fantastic aroma and taste to the parathas. I regularly pack some stuffed parathas for Konda’s breakfast or lunch. This time […]

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Tota Puli | How to make Bengali Tota Puli

Tota Puli

Tota Puli is my choice for T in the A to Z Bengali Sweet Series. There are some traditional sweets starting with T such as Talsansh Sandesh, Tangail Cham Chama, while I also came across Tripti, a Sweet shop version. For a long time, I was hooked on Tal sansh Sandesh as this one seems […]

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Sita Bhog | How to make Sitabhog

Sita Bhog

Sita Bhog is my choice for S in the A to Z Bengali Sweets Series. I don’t think I came across any other Bengali Sweet starting with S that prompted me to select. I first read about this in a “Must eat Bengali Sweets” list and very reluctantly chose this, hoping I would get another […]

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Pantua | How to make Bengali Style Gulab Jamun

Pantua

Pantua is my choice for P in the A to Z Bengali Sweet Series. I didn’t search for anything else when I read about Pantua. This is the most popular and commonly misunderstood sweet from Bengal. Everybody says this is same as Gulab Jamun. Even for Lyangcha that I made, many said its Gulab Jamun […]

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Lyangcha | How to make Langcha

Lyangcha

Lyangcha or Langcha is my choice for L in the A to Z Bengali Sweets Series. This Lyangcha is popular in West Bengal, Odisha, Assam and in the eastern regions of India. Traditionally it was prepared from Khoya, now it is replaced with milk powder and flour, deep fried and soaked in sugar syrup. It’s […]

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Jeera Rice | How to make Jeera Pulao

Jeera Rice

Jeera Rice is one of those staple rice dishes I end up cooking very frequently. While this is very much like the ghee rice, including different whole spices makes this different each time you make. Packing Kids lunch box is one of the most tiring tasks I do every week. When it was only Konda’s […]

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