• Chettinad Urulai Roast | Potato Roast

    July 28, 2022mayurisjikoni

    EVENT: SHHH COOKING SECRETLY THEME: CHETTINAD CUISINE RECIPE: CHETTINAD URULAI ROAST | POTATO ROAST Chettinad Urulai Roast | Potato Roast is simply baby potatoes roasted in a pan with freshly ground Chettinad Masala or Spice Mixture. It easily can be enjoyed as a starter dish, a snack or as a side dish which is usually…

     
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  • Palak Rice | Spinach Rice

    July 24, 2022mayurisjikoni

    Event: Sunday Funday Theme: Rice Recipe: Palak Rice | Spinach Rice Palak Rice |Spinach Rice is a healthy, tasty and easy rice recipe. An excellent way to get the family to enjoy spinach. Add vegetables of your choice and make it into a meal with some plain yogurt, papad and pickle or salad on the…

     
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  • Fajeto | Gujarati Mango Kadhi

    June 1, 2022mayurisjikoni

    EVENT: SHHH COOKING SECRETLY THEME: MANGO MANIA RECIPE: FAJETO | GUJARATI MANGO KADHI Fajeto | Gujarati Mango Kadhi or mango curry is a delicious, sweet, tangy and spicy mango and yogurt curry. In fact, Fajeto is often made along with aamras. Also, aamras or thick mango puree or pulp is often enjoyed as a part…

     
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  • Pearl Millet Pancakes|Chamchamiya

    February 27, 2022mayurisjikoni

    EVENTS: SUNDAY FUNDAY THEME: PANCAKE GALORE RECIPE: PEARL MILLET PANCAKES|CHAMCHAMIYA Pearl Millet Pancakes|Chamchamiya is a Gujarati specialty. Pearl Millet flour also known as bajri atta is mixed with fresh fenugreek, spices, yogurt to make these healthy and tasty pancakes, cheela or chamchamiya. A winter specialty, Chamchamiya is usually enjoyed as a hot breakfast with pickles,…

     
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  • Vangi Bath/Eggplant Rice

    December 21, 2020mayurisjikoni

    EVENT: FOODIEMONDAY/BLOGHOP THEME: #277 ONE POT WONDER RECIPE: VANGI BATH/EGGPLANT RICE   What is Vangi Bath/Eggplant Rice? Vangi Bath/Eggplant Rice is a tasty, filling and easy to make rice dish which is very popular in both the cuisines of Karnataka and Maharashtra. The difference comes from the spice mixture added to the rice dish. Vangi…

     
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  • Nectarine and Blueberry Crisp

    July 9, 2020mayurisjikoni

    Nectarine and Blueberry Crisp is a comforting, warm, juicy, light, bubbly, baked summer dessert with a crispy crunchy topping and so delish with ice cream. EVENT: A- Z RECIPE CHALLENGE THEME : AN INGREDIENT BEGINNING WITH THE LETTER N You may wonder why am I so gung-ho about making a dish that has an ingredient…

     
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  • Sorekai Majjige Huli/ Bottle Gourd in Coconut Yogurt Curry

    May 31, 2020mayurisjikoni

    EVENT: SHHH COOKING SECRETLY THEME: UDUPI CUISINE My dish for the theme: SOREKAI MAJJIGE HULI/BOTTLE GOURD IN COCONUT YOGURT CURRY A bit about the group: Members of this group give their partners two secret ingredients according to the theme decided and prepare a dish. Once the dish is ready we add the photo only and…

     
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  • Pahadi Gahat/ Kulath Ki Dal Phanu/

    February 1, 2020mayurisjikoni

    EVENT: SHHH COOKING SECRETLY THEME: UTTARAKHAND/PAHADI CUISINE Where is Uttarakhand? Known as the Land of Gods, Uttarakhand is situated in North India. Uttara is northern and khand is region, therefore the northern region. Separated from Uttar Pradesh in 2000, its an amalgamation of  13 hilly districts of Northern India. In fact, this scenic state is…

     
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  • Makai Ka Kees

    July 4, 2016mayurisjikoni

    Event: FoodieMonday/ Bloghop & Foodies_Redoing Old Posts Theme: #47 Monsoon Madness Recipe: Makai Ka Kees |Bhutte Ka Kees | Makai No Chevdo Makai Ka Kees is a delicious and easy way to prepare a hot snack using fresh corn during the Monsoon Season. Grated corn is cooked in spices and milk and served as a…

     
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  • Tindora Nu Shaak/ Stir Fried Ivy Gourd

    September 21, 2014mayurisjikoni

      TINDORA NU SHAAK/ STIR FRIED IVY GOURD Tindora Nu Shaak/ Stir Fried Ivy Gourd is a simple but very delicious Gujarati side dish that is usually enjoyed as a part of a main meal. Usually, it goes well with tuvar ni dal or moong dal and rotis. This shaak or sabji does not require…

     
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