Policha Laddu – Policha Ladoo – Laddu Made from Left-over Chapathi – Chapathi Ladoo

I had been thinking of making this recipe every since the day Valli posted it in her blog. I always end up having extra chapathis in hand whenever I am making them for dinner, so this recipe was supposed to

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Masala Bhaath – Spiced Rice with Ivy Gourd (Kovakkai)

25th June, 2015 I love cooking one pot meals and that is often something I make when I run out of ideas. When I was going through all the amazing recipes that my blogging marathon partner Kalyani has, this recipe

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Bombay Halwa / Corn Flour Halwa / Karachi Halwa

Halwa making can be such a nightmare, but Bombay halwa was one of the easiest halwa I have ever made. Thanks to Sowmya for introducing me to this great recipe. I want to call it the six minute halwa, because

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Lonawala Chikki / Mixed Nuts Brittle

24th May, 2014 This week I am going to be revisiting the recipes from my friends. It is the bookmarked theme from the regional mega marathon and it was the hardest thing for me to work on. Each and every

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Bajyrya Bhakri and Harvi Mirchi Thecha from Maharashtra – A healthy flatbread made with Bajra (Pearl Millet) and Spicy Green Chili chutney

16th April, 2014 Maharashtra is a state in the Western region of India. It is bordered by Arabian Sea, Gujarat, Union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Goa. Mumbai, which is the capital of

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Tawa Pulao – A Popular Mumbai Street Food

26th Oct, 2013 For the day 3 of bookmarked recipe, I decided to do this very simple Tawa pulao from Pradnya’s space. I have personally never eaten this as a street food, but reading through many blogs, I learned that

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Kanda Batata Poha/Flattened rice cooked with potato and Onion

7th Feb, 2013 Kanda Batata poha is a very popular breakfast dish in Maharashtra. Kanda means onion, Batata means potato and Poha is flattened rice. Flattened rice also known as beaten rice flakes is de husked rice that is beaten

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