Oliya ~ Rice Yogurt Pudding

Oliya

Oliya is a traditional rice based sweet dessert prepared during Holi in Rajasthan. This is a flavoured, sweetened yogurt rice and has a creamy consistency like pudding. I read about this dessert when Suma had recently posted all Rice dishes for the September Mega BM. When I read this recipe, I immediately knew what my […]

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Easy Channa Rice | Quick Channa Rice for Kids Lunch Box

We are entering the third week of BM#66. I have opted to make some easy and quick Lunch Box recipes for Kids. This week’s recipes are for my event Kid’s Delight, an event that focuses on Kid approved dishes for various meals. This month’s edition is guest hosted by Pavani, themed on Lunch Box Recipes. […]

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Rajma Tomato Biryani | How to make Rajma Biryani in Pan

For the second day of Holiday Dishes, I have a biryani that I cooked on a weekend during my kids vacation. Kids love biryanis and if the vegetarian version tastes like a chicken they like it better. I wanted to make with this Rajma as I love lentils in rice combination. We are very fond […]

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Tandalachi Kheer | How to make Maharashtrian Rice Kheer

Tandalachi Kheer – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets We are on T and I opted to make a traditional Rice Kheer for the day. Kheer or Payasam as it is called in the south is a sweet dish prepared with either milk or coconut milk. Sweeteners can be sugar, jaggery, palm sugar etc. Depending on the […]

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Narali Bhat | How to make Sweet Coconut Rice

Narali Bhat – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets We are on N today and I had choices like NaraLi Paak and Naralachi Vadi, where both the dishes are same, with just the name change. I have a Coconut Paak or Vadi. We are on N today and I had choices like NaraLi Paak and Naralachi Vadi, where […]

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Vegetarian Paella | How to make Spanish Vegetarian Paella

We are starting the fourth week of BM#61 and for day 1, I have chosen to share an easy Vegetarian Paella, from Spain. During our International BM, I ended up bookmarking quite a few dishes for each country. Since I had an interesting Chocolate drink finalized, , I couldn’t make this rice dish. Then I […]

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Thayir Sadam | Spicy Seasoned Curd Rice

For all festivals we make the curd rice along with serving the curds and rice as well. This is because the curd rice is prepared in the morning and is allowed to settle down with the different spices and flavours that gets added to it. Curds/Yogurt is part and parcel of all South Indian meals. […]

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How to make Easy and Quick Vangi Bath | Easy Brinjal Rice

For the third and final day of cooking Healthy Family dinners, I have a Mixed Brinjal rice, made  very quickly with just your easily available pantry spices. I know you must be thinking why a  Brinjal rice, when I already have so many versions of it. Maharashtrian Vangi Bath Kathrikai Sadam with ready to make […]

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