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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Cheese Garlic Naan

For the third day of making Naans at home, I decided to make something that Konda would love to eat. Not that she didn’t like the Pesawari Naan or the Garlic Coriander Naan, somehow cheese added an extra zing to the whole thing. I couldn’t simply not make it.  I had scheduled the first two […]

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Peshwari Naan | How to make Peshwari Naan

We are starting the BM#38 and I start off with a favourite food of mine, the Naans! We go a long way back and ever since I have been introduced to this, it has reminded my favourite. This and Paneer Butter Masala. This is what I always order when I eat out. The pizza dough […]

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Methi Roti | Methi Paratha for Travel!

I am with yet another dish that can stay good with you while you travel. I think as such chapatis are good to carry for travelling and this roti made more healthy with methi, is just the right thing for you. When it was chapatis that were packed, if we were eating it for dinner, […]

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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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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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