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Manda Pitha – Guest Post

Manda pitha is a steamed dumpling with sweet stuffing which is prepared in all over Odisha (a state in India) during almost all sorts of festival. This is very ancient and traditional recipe which has been passed on from older generations to the current ones. This recipe of traditional Manda pitha has been contributed by my respected and sweet Sis-in-law Sushree Mishra (Mama Nani). She is very good at whatever […]

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Aloo Puri

Puri or Poori is deep fried Indian bread which is prepared from unleavened wheat flour dough. It’s popular as a breakfast and is generally served with any choicest curry (bhaji). This Puri is very much versatile and can be prepared by adding any ingredient of your choice to the dough. Aloo (potato) Puri is prepared by adding mashed boiled potato to the regular dough along with some spices.  Read on […]

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Cheesy Paneer Bhurji

Paneer bhurji (mashed cottage cheese curry) is an instant no fuss item which requires minimum effort. Not much of spices are required for this.  I have prepared this with a little twist by adding grated cheese. I used mozzarella cheese. However any cheese of your choice can be used here.  Paneer bhurji tastes delicious when served hot. Read on further to know the  recipe. Ingredients: Paneer – 200 gms Shredded […]

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Instant Khaman Dhokla

Khaman Dhokla is a very popular Gujurati snack item. Almost everybody in my family likes it. Let’s check out how I make it. Ingredients Used: Besan (Gram flour) – 2 cups Curd – 1 cup Green chili – 2 Ginger – 1 inch Fruit Salt (Eno) – 1 sachet Turmeric – 1/2 tsp Sugar – 2 tsp Salt – 1/2 tsp (can be adjusted to taste) Water – 1 cup approx Oil – 1 […]

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Chilli Babycorn

Chilli Babycorn is an indo-chinese dish. The recipe is the basic recipe used for preparing any chilli based indo-chinese dish named chilli paneer, chilli soyabean, chilli veggies etc.  So, here babycorn can be replaced with any of the ingredients mentioned above. The original recipe calls for deep frying the Babycorn with a thin coat of corn flour batter. But as I have mentioned in my earlier blogs, I limit usage […]

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Gobi 65

Gobi 65 is a popular restaurant dish in India. It can be served as a starter or snack item.  Read on for the ingredients and method of preparation. Ingredients: Cauliflower florets – 150 grams Rice flour – 2 tbsp (can be replaced with all purpose flour) Red chilli powder – 2 tsp Turmeric – 1 tsp Salt – as per taste Kasuri methi or dried fenugreek leaves – 2 tbsp […]

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