Poha Chivda with SPRIG Tangier: Mediterranean Spice Blend

Today I am presenting Poha Chivda, a classic Maharashtrian Diwali Faral item/snack, but with a twist. Before I get carried away, let me start at the very beginning. As a blogger, I am often introduced to brands and spices that I may not have otherwise discovered easily. SPRIG is one

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Durga Puja Recipes

Durga Puja Recipes

I love Navratri in general. It is a time when Mumbai is all aglow with colour, and there is song, and dance in the air. Towards the end of the Navratri period comes this festival of Durga Puja, that is very special to Bengalis and others in East India. This is a

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Soft Spongy Rasmalai

The Perfect Rasmalai | Rossomalai: Durga Puja Special Recipe

Durga Puja is the theme for the 111th Foodie Monday Blog Hop and here I am with the recipe for Rasmalai, one of my favourite desserts. I am super pleased at how perfect it turned out and look forward to making it again soon. Durga Puja is just a couple of

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Beerakaya Pappu is a Andhra-style dal made with ridge gourd

Andhra Beerakaya Pappu | Turai ki Dal

I absolutely adore Pappu-Annam (as Dal-Chawal is called in Telugu), so I was thrilled to know that the theme for the 110th Foodie Monday Bloghop is lentils. Today I am presenting a traditional Andhra recipe called Beerakaya Pappu. Made with Beerakaya (Turai in Hindi, Ridge Gourd in English, Peerankai in Tamil),

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Pasi Paruppu Sundal for Navratri

Pasi Paruppu Sundal | Moong Dal Sundal for Navratri

Yesterday, I posted the recipe for Kadalai Paruppu Sundal | Chana Dal Sundal and here I am today with the recipe for Pasi Paruppu Sundal | Moong Dal Sundal. Do try my recipes for sundal made with Verkadalai, Pattani, Konda Kadalai, Kothu Kadalai, and Sweet Corn. This recipe is a quite similar to Vada

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Chana Dal Sundal | Kadalai Paruppu Sundal

Kadalai Paruppu Sundal | Chana Dal Sundal Recipe for Navratri

Navratri means Sundals galore. We are offered Sundal in almost all homes and temples we visit. I have written about many different Sundal recipes over the past few years and have been scratching my head about what new recipe to post. Then I realised that Kadalai Paruppu Sundal was missing

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