Kathal Biryani | How to make Jackfruit Biryani

Kathal Biryani

Kathal Biryani is an aromatic biryani made on the lines of chicken biryani. The tender, unripe Jackfruit looks and tastes like meat and makes a wonderful party dish. So this is what I made with the second Jackfruit that Hubby Dear got. I had originally called the dish I shared yesterday as Jackfruit Biryani. However, […]

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Warki Poori | How to make Layered Poori

Warqi Poori

Warki Poori is a flaky layered poori that tastes so sinful with any side dish. The layers are separated by a paste of rice flour and ghee and make a wonderful dish. I remembered seeing a Varki Poori and I twisted the dish name to make sure it suits Warki. I made this along with […]

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Tikadia | How to make Rajasthani Masala Tikadia

How to make Tikadia

Tikadiya is a masala paratha from Rajasthan where the chapati is made with a mix of spice powders and cooked over a griddle. This is mostly served with a mild Rajasthani Dal or Gatta Sabzi. I had made this Tikadiya when I did my Rajasthani Thali. I based all my dishes from Vaishali and ensure […]

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Roghni Roti | How to make Roghni Paratha

Roghni Roti

Roghni Roti is a soft roti prepared using only milk and ghee and has a good shelf like as it can stay for a week. I adapted this roti from the book “The Essential Andhra Cookbook with Hyderabadi and Telangana Specialities” that talks about the food during the Nizam rule. An only partial book is […]

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Nachni chi Bhakri | How to make Ragi Rotti

Nachni Bhakri

Nachni chi Bhakri or Ragi Rotti is an Indian Flatbread made with Finger Millet. This is made similar way across India with just plain flour or with different vegetables. I resorted to using the Marathi word for Finger Millet, as I couldn’t find anything else other than Ney pathiri / Neypathal, which I have already […]

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Dhapate from Maharashtra

Dhapate

Dhapate is a multigrain roti from Maharashtra and is made by mixing all the grain flour along with spices and vegetables. The first time when I read it, I thought this will be an excellent roti to enjoy and it is healthy too as we will be including so many different grains. This is almost […]

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