Indian Calzone with Capsicum, Corn and Cottage Cheese

For the second day Lunch recipes for Kids under BM#67, I have a fusion with Indian Roti and Pizza. I came up with Indian Calzone using wheat flour and regular method of cooking this on the stovetop. Since my kids love pizzas, I thought this would be a good choice. When you are short of ideas […]

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Bread Bhatura | How to make Bread Bhatoora

For the second day under BM#50, doing “One Ingredient, different dishes”, my chosen one is Bread. Since two of the dishes were already decided, I was thinking how else to incorporate bread in a dish. I have made a Bread pudding, Bread halwa, Bread Bajjis, and what not. Maybe other than using fried bread pieces […]

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Methi Aloo Stuffed Paratha | How to make Methi Aloo Paratha

For the final day of cooking Methi Dishes under BM#50, I decided to opt for a paratha that has methi stuffed into it. Of course after eating those gotas and in general knowing the methi leaves will be bitter, I wanted to pair it wiht something that will mask the bitterness. Potatoes were natural choice, […]

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Aloo ki Poori, Kala Chana Curry

A very warm wishes to all my readers and friends in this new year! Here’s starting another edition, the BM#48th edition. I am starting with my favorite theme, the Kid’s Delight! As you all know, this event was started basically to help me get more ideas and new dishes to feed my kids. This theme […]

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Stuffed Radish Paratha | How to make Mooli Paratha

It’s time for another edition of Blogging Marathon. The third week will have me making Lunch Box recipes for Kids. I know it’s vacation time for kids and you must be wondering what I am thinking, doing this theme. Well one has to be planned ahead right!  So the objective of this series will be […]

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Radhaballabhi with Niramish Alu Dom from West Bengal

Learn to make the Traditional Bengali Special Radhaballabhi / Radhaballavi with Niramish Alu Dom There are moments that are very poignant and feel forever! Some moments appear to have frozen in the time frame and sneak on you when you think you didn’t even remember.  Calcutta has a very fond place in my heart, for the […]

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Mandua Ki Roti, Lesu, Kulath Ki Dal from Uttarakhand

We just have one more day to complete this Mega Marathon and it’s been a wonderful month of learning and reading about so many new dishes, cuisines and culture. We today visit Uttarakhand, formaly known as Uttaranchal. The state is referred as “Land of the Gods”, due to the many holy Hindu temples and pilgrimage […]

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Khamiri Roti, Dal Makhani from Uttar Pradesh

When it came to Uttar Pradesh, I was again debating what to choose from. I already seem to have made some that belong to this rich cuisine. This state has two very rich cuisines, Awadhi cuisine and Mughlai cuisine. Both as one can see, has such rich and popular dishes belonging to it. The dum […]

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