Goan Poee with Feijoada from Goa

Do you have a list of places you want to visit? And plan diligently to strike off each one every summer? I somehow never had one, though Goa featured in the plans many times. Somehow we never seem to come around planning for this place. Though each time I hear about the trips Hubby dear […]

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How to bake the perfect Garlic Bread

Next in the series of How to make the Perfect Series, this garlic bread caught my fancy. While my own garlic bread or the Domino’s Garlic bread, comes out perfect, I was still intrigued to attempt Felicity Cloake’s attempt at making a perfect Garlic Bread. She used the Ciabatta Bread from here as her base bread […]

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T for Thepla | Methi Theplas

When it came to T, the choice was either Thalipeeth or Thepla. Though I have been reading about both these Indian Breads, only when I decided to make for the series that I really read through them. Thalipeeth is a typical Maharashtrian dish made with a variety of flours along with vegetables. The flour is […]

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P for Pita Bread Sandwich

Finally here comes the post that was spilled across couple more in the previous week. I had to have my P under Baked dishes and suddenly I realized that I could very well bake my pita bread. As with many few other international recipes I had tried for this BM, this was again something I […]

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A for Aloo Batura

We are starting a special Blogging Marathon this month. When we did our mega Marathon during April, it was fun and no sooner we finished, there was a general wish to do it again. So we all took polls on what we might want to do and everybody settled with a theme to do ABC […]

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Coconut Buns | Pani Popo Eggless Recipe

I am very late for my final post with the Tea Kadai theme. Even when I was deciding on the sets of dishes one might find in a typical tea kadai in south, or at least what I am exposed to, they do sell a sort of coconut buns. I have never tasted them, the […]

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Daal Moong with Satpura ~ A Sindhi Special

For the second day of Combo Dishes, I selected to make Daal Moong with Satpura, a typical combination from the Sindhi Cuisine. As expected this was suggested by Vaishali and I went on to search for the recipe. Somehow this didn’t turn out in the search and I had to ask her for the link. […]

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Cheesy Onion Mini Focaccia

As I said this week it seems to be late night cooking and very late night blogging. Not that I am complaining. I almost thought I might not be able to make it tonight. However managed at the last moment. The tantalizing aroma of a baked bread, sneaking out, is not something one can miss. […]

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