Papas Rellenas | How to make Cuban Potato Balls

This is really such a delayed post. This was the complicated starter that I planned. I had to drop the other one that was planned as well. Papas Rellenas is a peru starter and commonly made in near by areas as well. This Cuban version is actually made with meat. I made it vegetarian by […]

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Urulaikizhangu Bajji | How to make Potato Bajji

One can never think life can offer so many twists! It was a moment of realisation that I was in a now or never situation and I had to make the best of it. Trust me I would never have thought I would one day share this simplest of bajjis for a mega marathon. I […]

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Bread Potato Bonda | How to make Bread Potato Balls

For the second day of Tea Time Snacks, I have yet another starter made with potato similar to the Bonda I made for yesterday. I know I was quite surprised myself when I realised that I was yet to share the simplest Bonda. I was chuckling when I read my fellow buddies comments. I guess […]

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Bonda | How to make Aloo Bonda | Urulai Kilangu Bonda

We are into our Day 4 of Cooking Carnival, September Mega BM, where each of us is either cooking one ingredient or Category for entire month or 5 ingredients / 5 Category this month. I decided to club both the clauses by picking up one ingredient and doing 5 different categories through this month. What’s […]

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Garlic Butter Parmesan Potato Wedges

Welcome to the September Mega Blogging Marathon that is going to be a cooking carnival! We are beginning our mega marathon with the concept of cooking one ingredient or a category for the whole of this month. Or one could do 5 ingredients or 5 Categories. You can read all about the different options that […]

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XL Jalebi from Lookmanji | How to make Instant Jalebi

XL Jalebi from Lookmanji – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets We are on the 24th alphabet in our Journey through the Cuisines. I am doing A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets. Getting the right dish for some of the English alphabets was a tough nut to crack. So towards that I had given 3 wild cards, […]

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Farali Chivda Recipe | How to make Farali Aloo Chivda

Farali Chivda – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets  Farali Chivda is one of few dishes that I have tasted from the actual source and loved it. Its also one of the dishes that prompted me to pick up this theme. Because I knew I get to taste this again and enjoy. Pradnya had given us a […]

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