Haitian Banan Peze | How to make Banan Peze ~ H for Haiti

On the eighth day of this wonderful journey, join me to travel all the way to Haiti, officially the Republic of Haiti, a Caribbean country. I don’t remember if I had actually wanted to make some other country, however I kept coming back to this country and I was reading all about their puddings and […]

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Mixed Vegetable Noodles Cutlet | How to make Noodle Cutlets

Finally we are on the fourth week of the BM#41 and I had opted to do “Pick one Ingredient and do all three days”. There really is no science behind how I arrive at the list. Mostly happens that I pick up randomly, sometimes because I want to experiment with one particular ingredient or maybe […]

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Butter Murukku, Besan Murukku

I had so many snacks to make for the evening snacks. Guess I was very enthusiastic and didn’t realize that it’s next to impossible with relatives visiting and with kids being at home. I didn’t have a moment for myself this past week and non stop cooking, it ensured I actually won’t have time to […]

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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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How to fry perfect chips at home

We are starting the final and the fourth week of BM#38, and for this week, I selected a theme that was so interesting.  The theme for this week is “How to make Perfect Series”. Felicity Cloake redid some hundreds of recipes in a How to make Perfect Series for the The Guardian and she painstakingly […]

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Indian Style Top Ramen Noodles

When I was in 7th grade, I remember being introduced to Maggi 2 mins noodles. It wasn’t a love at first eat, neither it ended up being an acquired taste. Couple of years later I ended up eating Top Ramen Noodles and that’s what I loved eating for a quick bite. Growing up I remember […]

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Corn Fritters | Corn Pakodas

We are starting the fourth and the last week of BM#37 Edition. I choose to do one of my favourite themes, “After school Snacks”. I guess everybody would have some nostalgic moments associated with their growing up days, especially when you get back tired from school and have something always waiting for you. I have […]

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