Doro Wat ~ Ethiopian Chicken Stew #FoodOfTheWorld

This month Food of the World is traveling from West African nation of Senegal to Northeast African nation of Ethiopia. Ethiopia shares a border with other African nations Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan and Kenya. It’s capital is the largest city in the country, Addis Ababa. The best known Ethiopian food is injera, a […]

Sauteed Ground Chicken ~ Chicken Kheema

Sauteed ground chicken aka chicken kheema is a quick and easy side dish for rice, roti (Indian flatbread) and makes a great filling for tacos, quesadillas and puff pastries. Theme – Protein Rich Ingredient Welcome back to third week of Cooking Carnival, Cooking with Protein Rich Ingredients. This week’s protein rich ingredient is Chicken. I […]

Steamed Eggs Curry

Eggs are one of the easiest protein rich ingredients to cook. There are many ways to cook eggs and similarly there are numerous ways to prepare a side dish with eggs. Egg curry is go to side dish when there is no non-veg at home. There are many ways to cook egg curries; dry curry, […]

Xtra Spicy Golichina Kodi Koora ~ Xtra Spicy Chicken Curry

Today we have one of the toughest letters to work with in this A-Z Challenge, Journey Through Telangana Cuisine. There is no regional word, vegetable, fruit or dish that starts with X. To go around this, we decided to use an adjective. I had a few ideas but was unsure what to do for this […]

Royyala Koora ~ Rustic Shrimp Curry without Tomato

In this A-Z challenge, Journey Through Telangana Cuisine, for R, I have royyala koora (prawn curry). I already have three versions of royyala koora on the blog; shrimp curry with onion paste, shrimp curry without onion paste and shrimp curry without tomatoes, and one might ask what is so special about this one? Last summer […]

Cabbage Egg Bhurji

Cabbage bhurji is the last recipe under the theme bhurji recipes, for the first week of this month’s blogging marathon # 62. This is an interesting recipe and I was skeptical when saw it online. To my surprise, cabbage blended well into the bhurji. To be on the safe side, I added four eggs instead […]

Ridge Gourd Egg Bhurji ~ Beerakaya Kodi Guddu Kura

For the second day of bhurji recipes, I have a ridge gourd egg bhurji. Initial plan was to cook this without egg. I wasn’t sure if there would be any takers for it and threw in a couple of eggs to camouflage the ridge gourd. Husband liked it and said he would not mind eating […]

Mumbai Style Egg Bhurji

For this week’s three day blogging marathon, my theme is bhurji recipes. We usually associate bhurji with eggs, followed by paneer (Indian cottage cheese). For this month, Valli challenged us to cook variety of bhurji recipes, not necessarily with eggs. I initially thought of doing eggless bhurji recipes and later decided to include the eggs […]

Sauteed Collard Greens with Pepperoni

I usually try to cook leafy vegetables as often as possible and it is usually a stir fry with spinach and occasionally swiss chards. Lately I have also started making dal with kale, swiss chards and purslane, at least once or twice a month. When I saw sauteed collard greens with pepperoni recipe in Food […]

Egg Curry ~ Kodi Guddu Kura

Egg curry with onion and tomatoes is a 15 minutes recipe. Great side dish for rice and Indian flat breads. For the third and final day of side dishes, it is an easy egg curry with tomatoes and onion. I do not follow a specific recipe for egg curry and throw in whatever is in […]

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