Babru, Channa Madra from Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh was one of those first states that I had finalized, though the actual cooking took place much later. Having decided and sure what I was going to cook, I never bothered about looking deeper into the recipe. So when I finally decided to make these, I was really so confused and not sure […]

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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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Chusela / Rice Poori, Channa Chhattisgarh

When it was time to cook a bread from Chhattisgarh, I had no other choice but to fall back on this one site. I had spent quite some time checking out online if there were resources for Chhattisgarh, however, there is not much information available. This site had a couple of other bread varieties as […]

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Sattu ka Paratha, Baingan ka Bharta from Bihar

When it was time to decide for Bihar, I knew what I had to make. I also have a funny and interesting incident to share. During Roti Mela, I had done extensive research on different Breads across the Indian States. Sattu Ka Paratha was an obvious choice for Bihar even then. However, I was stumped […]

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Kholasapori Pitha, Koldil Bhaaji from Assam

Thinking about the Seven NE States surely had all our BP going high and we were ardently hoping we will end up with something at least. It happened again with Assam. Thinking I had half the dish planned, I wasn’t really giving a lot of importance to the order of states I was doing, until […]

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Khapse ~ Deep Fried Traditional Biscuits from Arunachal Pradesh

Next in the list of states is Arunachal Pradesh, which is the largest among the North-east Indian states commonly known as the Seven Sister States. The name translates to “land of the dawn-lit mountains” and the cuisine vary within the region, depending on the tribal influences. Beer made from fermented rice or millet is a […]

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