Poblano Peppers Curry – Touch Of Spices

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Mirchi Ki Salan:(Broiled, not Fried) Other Names: Pablano Peppers Curry. Mirchi Salan. Milagai Kuzhambu. Ingredients: Poblano peppers 4-6Turmeric 1/4tspoonCoriander seeds powder1/2 tspoonChili powderSalt to tasteAsafoetidaMustard seeds 1/4 spoonCurry leaves few Roast Each Separately and Powder Them Together: PeanutsSesame seedsCumin seeds Fry These in Oil and Wet Grind To Thick Paste: OnionTomatoGarlic gratedGinger gratedTamarind pulp 1 [...]

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Pesarattu / Green Gram Dosa – Recreating Perfection

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Pachai payaru Dosai: There should be at least one recipe for each one of us, that no matter how hard we try to replicate it, never able to master it, right? Somehow, the taste of first devoured dish still lingers on our mind! And even after a zillion painful experiments…we know that it is not [...]

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Bahara Ande / Eggs in Peanuts Based Sauce – Hyderbadi Style

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Mutta Curry: I am happy to post yet another ‘Egg Recipe’. If you have gone through my previous posts, you probably know my love for eggs. Safe-Handy-Easy…I have used a ton of different methods for cooking eggs. Well, it never ruined my dinner:) Ingredients: Eggs 4 – soft boiledOnion 1 large gratedGinger-garlic paste 1 spoonTomatoes [...]

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Pootharekulu / Sugar Coated Wafers – Traditional Andhra Sweet

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Pootharekulu:(Andhra Special) When I was studying at Hyderabad, I got introduced to this sweet’ by my best friend, Kranthi. Well, when she presented this sweet’, all I thought was…it looks like tissue paper and was so skeptical to take a bite!!! Anyhow, once she explained…how it was prepared’ I was all thrilled:) But somehow, I [...]

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Bagara Baingan / Eggplants in Peanut Sauce – Hyderabad Special

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Bagara Baingan:(Re Posting) Ta da…I did it, again, my favorite good old Bagara baingan, I feel like…as though I have conquered this one dish all by myself. If I could cook a dish, over and over without any sort of boredom means,…it should be either that quintessential Chicken Biriyani or Brinjal Sheruva I will Never, [...]

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Baghara Tamatar – Getting my Creative Tabs Working!

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Tamatar Ki Salan:(Hyderabadi Style) Bagara Tamatar. Bahara Tamatar. Baghara Tomato. Tamatar Ki Salan. Ingredients: Green chilies 3 Tomatoes 4-6 Turmeric 1/4teaspoon Salt to taste Tamarind paste 1/4 spoon Bay leaves 2 Roast each separately and powder them together: Peanuts 1 table spoon Dry coconut 1 tablespoon Cumin seeds 1 spoon Fry in little oil and [...]

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Stuffed Tinda / Gutti Dondakaya – Andhra Special

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Stuffed Kovaikkai:(Andhra Special) Kovakka Nirachadhu. Gutti Dondakaya. Stuffed Tinda. Stuffed Tindora. Bharwa Tindora. My Mommy never bought nor prepared Tinda at home. As a child never saw this vegetable. My whole life was from hostel to hostel and mess to mess. I sometimes really missed how the food tastes at home:( When I was in [...]

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Peshawari Naan – Nuts Stuffed Indian Flat Bread

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Peshawar Naan:(Pakistan Style) Peshawar Nan. Lucknowi Naan. Naan Bread. Nuts-Saffron Naan Bread. Almon Naan. Pishtachios Naan. Another exciting restaurant delicacy, I am going to rave about is – Peshawar Naan. I have been practically missing Delhi and Hyderabad (the cities of Nawaabs) speciality food here:( The cuisine of nawaabs will be always elaborate, tantalizing and [...]

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Mirchi Ki Salan

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Mirchi Ki Salan: Reposting (Hyderabadi Dish) Ingredients: Green chilies, as much as you wantTurmeric 1/4tspoonCoriander seeds powder1/2 tspoonCumin seedsSalt to tasteTamarind pasteCoconut grated 2 spoonsAsafoetida Roast each separately and powder them together: PeanutsSesame seedsCumin seeds Fry in little oil and wet grind these to paste: OnionTomatoGarlic gratedGinger grated Method: Heat oil in a large frying [...]

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Ande ka Khagina/ Ande Ka Qagina – Flavors of Slow Cooking!!!

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Ande Ki Salan:(Hyderabad Special Poached Eggs) I decided to embrace ‘Slow Cooking Ritual’ at least once in a while. Its very therapeutic to me. With my time schedule and working commitments, it’s not always possible. But that is not an excuse, to deny myself ‘The Pleasure of Cooking’, which, I enjoy the most. Again, I [...]

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