Simla Mirch Aloo Gobi Sabzi ~ Side Dish for Rotis

Simla Mirch Aloo Gobi Sabzi is a simple and easy to make the side dish for roti. With the winter setting, we get fresh cauliflower and capsicums. I know these days all the vegetables are available through the season. However, I have always associated cauliflower with winter. We have carts that sell huge fresh cauliflowers […]

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Rice Stuffed Mirchi Bajji

Rice Stuffed Mirchi Bajji is a twist to the regular Mirchi Bajji or for that matter, a stuffed bajji. We are familiar with Potato Masala stuffed Mirchi Bajji, I wanted to try something different and wanted to make use of the leftover rice. So this got done. I have picked up to make One ingredient, […]

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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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Dibba Rotti | Dibba Roti Andhra Breakfast

Dibba Roti has become one of our frequent meal to make, especially during Saturday. The recipe I am sharing today from Amma’s dairy that she had noted down many years ago. The other Dibba Rotti is made differently and after the initial introduction, this dish has become our regular. Since I realized that Hubby dear […]

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Crisp Rösti Potatoes

Rösti

Next in the Breakfast series is Rösti or Röschti, a Swiss dish made with grated potatoes and eaten as a breakfast dish. For making Rosti, we need to grate the potatoes as long strips and mix it with grated onions and garlic. Since you have to cook the rosti on a pan over low heat […]

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Ram Ladoo Recipe | Deep Fried Moong Dal Fritters Chat

Ram Ladoo

For the final day of Street Food, I picked up something at the last moment, something I have been seeing around the blogosphere, very differently called the Ram Ladoo, from the streets of Delhi. The first time I had a proper look at it, I was quite skeptical about why this is called a ladoo, […]

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Fried Palak Ki Chaat | Palak Pakore Ki Chaat

For the second day of street food, I picked up this Fried Palak ki chaat which is also supposed to be a Vrat Recipe. This pakora is made with Singhare ka atta or water chestnut flour. I shopped especially for this flour and was quite surprised to find it is priced so high. The recipe […]

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Maharashtrian Misal Pav | Misal Pav Recipe

Maharashtrian Misal Pav

For the final day of Indian States, I had selected Maharashtra. I had been eyeing their Thali for the longest time. I was so sure that this occasion, I will finally make it. The next push came when Pradnya so lovingly gifted us goodie bags with Maharashtrian spice powders and much more. I feel so […]

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