Paapad Ka Subzi

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Appala Kootu: Pappad Ka Subzi. Appalam Kootu Curry. Aalu-Pappad ka Subzi. This is my Brother’s favourite dish. Whenever he goes to India…Mommy will try to fix them! So….when last time I went to home, I made them for him! Guess he liked it!:) We made it to go with our Vatha Kuzhambu…nice variation from Sutta [...]

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Akhrot Halwa

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Akhrot Halwa:(Version 2) Walnut Halwa. Akhrot Halwa. Nuts Halwa. Pecan Halwa. Its again my favourite Mughalai Style recipe. Akhrot Halwa is famous around North-Arcot belt. Its prepared during Ramadhan month! Rich in nuts satisfy you after long fasting hours! Myself and my Brother like to have it quite often. It is Yummy and has very [...]

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Makkan Peda – Arcot Special

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Makkan Peda: Arcot Makkan Peda. Makkan Peda is quite famous sweet around North Arcot Districts. After a nice Arcot Biriyani….treating with Makkan peda is kind of special! My lecturer cum friend Punitha mam(she is from Melvishaaram!) she used to bring home made ‘makkan peda’ & ‘Mutton Kheema Balls’ for me! She is not only a [...]

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Fruit Halwa – Vellore Special

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Vellore Fruit Halwa: Vellore Fruit Halwa. Fruit Halwa.Vellore Jothi Sweet Stall Style Fruit halwa. Vellore Jothi Sweet Stall Style – ‘Fruit Halwa’ really tastes better! Maybe generous amount of ghee and freshly prepared kowa, makes it unique and outstanding! Well…its one of my favourite Sweet dish from the town! Since it is called ‘Fruit Hlawa’ [...]

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Rawa Kesari – Tamil Nadu Style

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Kesari: Semolina Halwa. Semolina Halva. Semolina Haluva. Rawa Kesari. Rava Kesari. Rawa Halwa. Sooji Ki Halwa. Sooji Halva. Sooji Halwa. Kesari, name comes from the word ‘kesar’/saffron…as it is traditional way to make this simple pheasant dessert. But later, saffron is replaced by food colors(especially orange). Only I could only associate ‘Kesari’ as lovely orange [...]

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Nei Paruppu / Uppu-Paruppu

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Also Known As: Dal Tadka, Dhall Tadka, Nei-Paruppu. Uppu-Paruppu. Mudha Pappu.Ghee and Dhall are two important ingredients in every Indian’s household…a quintessential part of the wedding menu, in fact. With regional variations…there are plenty to serve-upon. Ingredients: Thuvar dal 1 cup Ghee 1 Tsp Salt Curry leaves Dry red chilies 5 Mustard seeds 1 tsp [...]

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