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Jamaican Jerk Chicken, Caribbean Chicken, Caribbean Food, Jamaican Food, Chicken cooked in jerk style,

Oven Cooked Jamaican Jerk Chicken

Jamaican jerk chicken is of the most popular foods from Caribbean and Jamaican cuisines. Jerk chicken is aromatic, smoky and fiery hot. Chicken is marinated for at least 24 – 48 hours and cooked for a longer period, which gives Jamaican jerk chicken a smoky flavor and also keeps the chicken good for longer periods…

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Soya Granules Spinach Fried Rice, Indian Fried Rice with soya granules and spinach, Blogging Marathon, Dinner Ideas, Rice Variety,

Soya Granules Spinach Fried Rice

Soya granules spinach fried rice is a quick meal for weeknight dinners. This is an Indian version of fried rice where, cooked soya granules and spinach are sautéed in Indian spices and then fried along with cooked rice. This soya granules spinach fried is an awesome way to use up leftover rice. Addition of soya…

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vegan Pasta, Vegan Penne Pasta, Vegan Penne Pasta with Mushrooms and Spinach, Pasta, Vegan , Blogging Marathon, One pot meal, One pot dish,

Vegan Penne Pasta with Mushrooms & Spinach

Vegan penne with mushrooms & spinach is a one pot meal and a one pot dish. Mushrooms, spinach and penne pasta are all cooked together to make this yummilicious meal. My theme for this week’s blogging marathon is one pot dishes. I will be posting 3 one pot dishes all three days, starting today. The…

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Blogging Marathon, Cooking Carnival, Protein Rich Food, Cooking With Protein Rich Ingredients, Cooking With Chicken, Penne Pasta with Hot Italian Sausage, Sausage, Hot Italian Sausage, Penne Pasta, Chicken Sausage, Italian Chicken Sausage,

Penne Pasta with Hot Italian Chicken Sausage

Few months ago I bought some pork sausage meat to make an appetizer to serve the guests I was expecting that day. I cooked the sausage and was going to assemble the snack after the guests arrived. Guests came late and I did not make the snack. Next day I made that into a curry…

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Blogging Marathon, Telangana Food, Telangana Cuisine, Kudumulu, Chikkudu Kudumulu, Valor Kudumulu,

Kudumulu ~ Chikkudu Kudumulu ~ Steamed Rice & Broad Bean Cakes

Kudumulu are steamed cakes or balls made with rice flour with/without rice rava (cream of rice). More known and popular kudumulu are sweet kudumulu prepared for Vinayaka Chavithi as an offering to Lord Ganesh / Vinayakudu. Today I have a different kind of kudumulu that are savory, not prepared as offering to any Lord but…

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Pesaru Vada, Moong Dal Vada, Pesaru Garelu, Mong Dal garelu, Mung Dal Vada, South Indian Food, Indian Food, Breakfast, Snack, Blogging Marathon,

Pesaru Garelu & a Mini Thali

Last month was my mother-in-law’s death anniversary ceremony and I had prepared a mini thali. When I cooked the meal that day, this week’s theme was not on my mind, though the blog was. Since I cooked so many items, I also wanted to utilize that cooking for the blog as well. Everything on that…

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Blogging Marathon, Lemon Rice,

Lemon Rice ~ Nimmakaya Pulihora

For day two of the marathon under the theme cooking with lemons, I have a traditional South Indian recipe, nimmakaya pulihora. Pulihora is usually made with either tamarind, lemon/lime or raw green mangoes when mangoes are in season. Husband is not fond of pulihora and I rarely make it at home. Even if I do,…

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