• 608. Vegetable Mulligatawny Soup

    January 23, 2017mayurisjikoni

    Happy Republic Day When one thinks of English food, usually fish and chips, shepherd pies with mushy peas or a roast with yorkshire pudding comes to the mind.But England’s most popular food are not chips, scones, crumpets or yorkshire pudding but its chicken tikka masala. British food scene changed ever since the East India Company…

     
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  • Moroccan Vegetable Soup

    November 7, 2016mayurisjikoni

    After all the festivities… Navratri followed by Diwali, its time to avoid all the sweet stuff, the fired goodies and its time to get back to a normal, healthy diet. After the festivities and over indulgence ( I must admit I had quite a bit of chips with yogurt dip and fried wedges) our #FoodieMonday#Bloghop…

     
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  • 554.Vegetable Noodle soup

    April 25, 2016mayurisjikoni

    What is Indo Chinese? The 37th #FoodieMonday#bloghop theme is #Indo-Chinese. What is Indo-Chinese? Indo-Chinese dishes feature in most Indian restaurants that serve fast food, Indian cuisine and you will find it as street food too. Indo-Chinese is one of the most favourite cuisine for Indians. The Indo Chinese mania has spread as far as America,…

     
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  • 389.roasted pepper soup

    May 27, 2014mayurisjikoni

    a perfect winter soup      My son had bought 6 coloured peppers, forgetting that his dad does not like them. Hubby dear claims that even the sweet peppers make his tummy burn. Every evening my son would remind me to make something with the peppers before they get spoilt. With a few I made…

     
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  • 387.Swiss chard vegetable soup

    May 23, 2014mayurisjikoni

    Greens are good collard spinach swiss chard         kale  The different types of greens available in the market can be quite confusing. Vegetable sellers use a common word for most greens. Spinach is loosely used to describe swiss chard and spinach is palak only etc. The most common greens that are available in…

     
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  • 373. pak choi, bean sprout and noodle soup

    February 21, 2014mayurisjikoni

    The best things in life are free Recently a good friend of ours shared the above picture on Facebook. I had to share it with my blog followers for many reasons. The first being that many times during the day we forget about the best things in life and concentrate too much on our other…

     
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  • Roasted Pumpkin & Salsa Soup

    February 7, 2014mayurisjikoni

    RECIPE: ROASTED PUMPKIN & SALSA SOUP Roasted Pumpkin & Salsa Soup Did you know that roasted pumpkin is so flavorful? I find its easier to roast the pumpkin slices as its not only more tastier but its easy to peel the pumpkin. Luckily, supermarkets here sell small portions of pumpkin which is so much easier…

     
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  • Spinach and Baby Corn Soup

    June 5, 2013mayurisjikoni

    Have you ever jotted down recipes from a book, magazine, internet, etc thinking that you will make it like yesterday and never got down to it? I have and not just a few recipes, but loads of them which tend to disappear among the many pages of my recipe book or are used as book…

     
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  • 271. sweet corn and mushroom soup

    May 22, 2013mayurisjikoni

    very nutritious We are back to soups for dinner. Besides making soups that have already been blogged I am always trying to make new soups. I hate repeating any of the dishes within a week. Call it being spoilt for choice or having time on my hands or whatever. I love cooking and new recipes…

     
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  • 265.Leek potato soup

    May 14, 2013mayurisjikoni

    It’s raining The rains are here and though it never actually becomes very cold in Mombasa, my relatives in Nairobi are complaining about the cold. Rainy season means cold weather, flus, coughs etc. What better way to feel warm than to have a nice hot soup. Leeks are at their best at the moment, very…

     
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