Monthly Archives: October 2014

Kancha kolar Kofta – Raw plantain balls in tomato gravy

Plantains or raw bananas are starchy, unsweetened and inedible in raw form. But it can be cooked in a variety of ways and are delicious too. Majorly people do not realize that there is difference between Plantain and Bananas. The plantain … Continue reading

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Old Fridge

Trio No. 3 Today you can write about anything, in whatever genre or form, but your post must mention a dark night, your fridge, and tears (of joy or sadness; your call). Feel free to switch one ingredient if you have to (or … Continue reading

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Dang !!

In Retrospect Yesterday you invented a new astrological sign. Today, write your own horoscope — for the past month (in other words, as if you’d written it October 1st). In Retrospect ———————————————————————————————– October Horoscope Your week will start like a breath … Continue reading

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Sunshine Award

I feel so humbled when my friends praise and award me. I have found so many wonderful friends in this blogging world and one of them is Deepa @ , who chose me worthy enough for this award. Thank you, … Continue reading

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Choruibati Dim – Picnic style Egg curry

This happens to be one my favorite style of cooking eggs ❤ I love eggs ❤ Choruibati = a small picnic gathering. What’s so special about this egg curry ?? The way it is made. . .  … spicyyyy !!! … Continue reading

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Virago

I am a September born, by zodiac, a Virgo 😉 I am not a believer in zodiac, but it is fun to read up on them. My family and friends call me Virago 😉 and I love to hear how … Continue reading

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Methi, makai aur malai – Fenugreek and sweet corn in creamy sauce

Would it be silly to ask, do you like sweet corn ? 😉 😛 Well, winters are here and markets flood with variety of winter crops…….the foodie in me loves Winters !!! ❤ I want to make so many things … Continue reading

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Stuffed Gulab jamun

  Bhai phota (in Bangla) or Bhai Duj (in Hindi), is a festival for all brothers, in this country. A Hindu festival, celebrated on the second day after Deepavali. Sisters pray for a long, healthy and prosperous life for their … Continue reading

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Polenta Cake

Being an Indian, my knowledge about Polenta and the numerous things that it can be made into, is limited to the extent that i could write it on the back of a stamp 😉 Then one day i came across … Continue reading

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Ol Seddho makha – Steamed Suran/ Elephant foot yam

Ol = Elephant foot or whitefoot giant arum, a tropical tuber or root crop. There are some excellent recipes of cooking Ol or suran. It is also called Jimikand in Hindi. This tuber crop, grows widely as cash crops, mainly … Continue reading

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