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Sweet & Savory Diwali Recipes Roundup

Sweet and Savory Diwali Recipes

Diwali/Deepavali is just around the corner and everyone is getting ready to prepare savories and sweets for festival of lights. I do not have a new recipe to share today but here are some savory and sweet Diwali recipes for this festive season. In the Diwali round up I includes both baked and deep fried…

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Maharashtrian Thali, Maharashtrian Food, Maharashtrian Cuisine, Prawn Koliwada, Varan, Thali, Kosimbir, Egg Rassa, Basundi, Dudhi ki sabzi

Maharashtrian Thali – Meal from Indian State of Maharashtra

The second thali for this week is from Maharashtra. Just like yesterday, I put together a thali with side dishes that I felt would be liked by us. There are many regions in Maharashtra and I did not pick a specific cuisine from a region. I picked recipes from various regions and put together a…

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Dahi Vada, Indian Food, South Indian Food, Savory Donuts in Yogurt Sauce, Blogging Marathon, Cooking Carnival, Protein Rich Food, Cooking With Protein Rich Ingredients, Cooking with yogurt,

Dahi Vada ~ Savory Doughnuts in Yogurt Sauce

The next recipe with yogurt for this month’s Cooking Carnival, Cooking with Protein Rich Ingredients is dahi vada. Dahi is yogurt~curd and vada is savory doughnut prepared with urad dal. In Telugu these are perugu garelu and recently came to know that these are also called aavadalu. When growing up we always called these dahi…

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Ram Ladoo, Street Food, Delhi Street Food, Indian Street Food,

Ram Ladoo, a Street Food from Delhi

Welcome back to Cooking Carnival, Cooking with Protein Rich Ingredients. After a break on Sunday, I am back with a new sub theme for this week. This week I shall be posting recipes with moong / mung dal ~ green gram. In India, ⅓rd of the population is pure vegetarian which doesn’t consume even eggs.…

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Food of the World, Black eyed peas fritters, Street food, Senegalese Street Food, Senegalese Cuisine, Senegal Food, Street food from Senegal,

Accara ~ Black Eyed Peas Fritters for #FoodOfTheWorld

This month Food of the World is featuring the cuisine of Senegal, a West African nation on the Atlantic Ocean. Senegal was French colony until 1960 and French cuisine has influenced Senegalese cuisine. Apart from the French, West African and Portuguese cuisines also have an influence on this cuisine. Senegal is on the coast of…

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Cooking from Cookbook Challenge, CCChallenge, Rice Flour Crackers, Black eyed peas rice flour crackers, Bobbari Garelu, Bobbari Chekkalu, Chekkalu, Garelu, Telangana Food, Telangana Cuisine, Andhra Food, Andhra Cuisine, Telugu Food, Traditional Indian Snacks,

Bobbari Garelu ~ Chekkalu – Rice Flour Black Eyed Peas Crackers

While drafting the post this morning, when adding the links to posts I posted on this day in yesteryears, I realized today is my blog anniversary!! I can’t believe I started this blog 8 years ago!! The blog that I created to kill boredom, to record some of my cooking experiments has survived 8 long…

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