CATEGORY Dips

Mexican Sauce, Mexican Salsa, Mexican Red Sauce, Salsa, Mexican Food, Mexican Cuisine, Condiment, Mexican Condiment, Blogging Marathon, Buffet On Table

Salsa Roja from Mexico

Salsa Roja is a red sauce from Mexico. It is used to make enchiladas and can also be served with corn chips or tortillas. There are many versions of this salsa online. The main ingredients though, are tomatoes, chilies, garlic, onion and cilantro. One method of making this salsa is to puree all the ingredients…

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Blogging Marathon, Buffet onTable, Baba Ghanoush, Eggplant dip, Lebanese Food, Lebanese Cuisine, Mediterranean Food, Middle Eastern Food, Pita Chips

Baba Ganoush with Pita Chips

Next combo for this week is an appetizer from Lebanon; baba ganoush with pita chips. Baba ganoush is an eggplant dip prepared with tahini. Pulp of roasted eggplant is blended with tahini and seasoned to taste. It is usually served with pita bread and I chose to serve it with some pita chips. Since I…

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Homemade peanut spread, peanut chutney sandwich

Peanut Spread & a Sandwich

For the final day of this mini marathon, I have a quick and easy spread. However, I had a hard time coming up with a name for this recipe. I made it as a spread for sandwiches and named it as a spread. This recipe can be tweaked to make yummy chutney or a filling…

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Blogging Maraton, Litti Chokha, Bihari Cuisine, Litti, Chokha

Litti Chokha from Bihar

Bihar is one of the Northern states of India. Neighboring states are West Bengal, Jharkhand, and Uttar Pradesh and shares an international border with Nepal in the North. Like with any other state, neighboring states have influenced the cuisine of the state. Bihari cuisine is mainly vegetarian but the cuisine also has some non-vegetarian food.…

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Radish raita, Anjum Anand's New Indian, Cooking from cookbook challenge

Radish and Yogurt Chutney ~ Raita

For the last week of cooking form cookbook challenge I have a very quick and easy raita from Anjum Anand’s New Indian cookbook. According to Anjum, this raita is called chutney in Kashmir and is served as a dip for kebabs. These two pictures were taken on two different days. Above was shot this morning…

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