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Cinnamon Apple Oatmeal Cookies

Apple oatmeal cookies are soft, moist, chewy and irresistible. Apples along with cinnamon and nutmeg add an Autumn flavor to cookies. Continue reading or jump to recipe Cookies were not on my list for this theme. After two failed/average outcome recipes, I played safe with apple oatmeal cookies. Though the cookies have decent amount of…

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Jonnalu Shenagalu ~ Sauteed Sorghum & Black Chana

Jonnalu shenagalu or sauteed sorghum black chana is a snack from Telangana, India. Jonnalu shenagalu are one of the popular gudalu varieties prepared in my maternal family. Jonnalu are sorghum or jowar and shenagalu are black chana. These two pair well and make a filling evening snack or even a breakfast if one doesn’t mind…

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Chintapandu Pulihora ~ Tamarind Rice

Pulihora is a traditional South Indian flavored rice. It is a tart/tangy rice and lime juice, tamarind or mango are the tart/tangy fruit used to prepare this rice. Tamarind or chintapandu pulihora and lime or nimmakaya pulihora are most common preparations while mango or mamidikaya pulihora is seasonal. Chintapandu pulihora is a tangy flavored rice…

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Festive Thali – Saddula Bathukamma

Bathukamma is a festival celebrated by women in Indian state of Telangana. It is celebrated for nine days, starting on Bhadrapada amavasya and concludes on Durga ashtami in Ashwayuja masam (month), which usually falls in September – October. The last day of the festival is saddula bathukamma or pedha bathukamma. This festival is celebrate by…

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Daddojanam ~ Yogurt Rice

My sub theme this week in this Cooking Carnival, Cooking with Protein Rich Ingredients is a vegetarian protein rich ingredient. The ingredient of the week is yogurt. Depending on type of yogurt used, it is moderate to high in protein. Greek yogurt, which is very thick is high in protein, compared to other yogurts. In…

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Moong Dal Vegetable Rice ~ Khichdi

I love one pot meals and specially rice varieties. Biryani, pulao and fried rice are on top of that list. When I need to fix something for myself, moong dal khichdi or pongal is one of my goto food and sometimes I keep this instant pongal mix handy in the fridge for such days. This…

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No Bake Chocolate Butterscotch Cookies

My second recipe in No Bake Desserts series is a guilt free chocolate butterscotch cookies. This is a guilt free and healthier dessert. Off course, too much of anything is not that healthy though Chocolate, butterscotch, peanut butter and oats makes this a great treat for sudden sweet cravings and also a light snack. I…

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