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Award, Uncategorized

The Fabulous Chef and Cuisines Award

I thank Abha Jha of Abha Jha Blog for nominating me for this interesting award.I’m really honored to be nominated for this award. Abha Jha, herself is the creator of this award.She founded this award to honor the fellow food bloggers who put all their effort to showcase their culinary talent. RULES FOR THE AWARD—- 1.Put the above award,logo/image on your blog. …

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Curries, Egg, Garlic, Ginger, Indian, Side dish for idli,dosa, Side dish for roti, Uncategorized

Scrambled Egg Masala

This is a easy dish you can make with handful of ingredients you have. You can easily substitute eggs with Cauliflower or Green peas or any vegetable of your like. Ingredients Eggs – 4 Onions – 3/4 cup thinly sliced Tomato – 1 big chopped Ginger Garlic Paste – 1/2 tsp Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp Red chilli powder – …

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Cake, Uncategorized

Namaste Gluten free Marble Cake – Namaste food product review and Give away

Hi friends, I’m more than excited to announce that my blog’s  first product review is for Namaste foods☺ .As their motto says Eat better, live better – savor the Difference, it can be seen in their wide range of products too. Namaste foods is started by Daphne Taylor as a gesture to help persons who are allergic to gluten and nuts …

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Breakfast, Carrot, Indian, Onion, Snacks, Uncategorized

Kara Paniyaram/ Savoury non fried dumplings

Disclaimer: This post contains affliated link. Check here to see disclosure. Today’s recipe is an easy, quick snack or breakfast or dinner as we do. The only thing you have to have is Idli / Dosa batter. If you have the batter already, you can make this in jiffy. Ingredients Idli / Dosa batter – 5 cups or as needed Carrots – 1 big …

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Award, Uncategorized

Awards time(Mystery blogger, One lovely blog, Blogger recognition)

I’m so overwhelmed to announce that I was nominated three awards by my three beautiful blogger friends. I am out of words to express my gratitude to all my friends who keep on inspiring and motivating me. Mystery Blogger award I was nominated for this award by Cheila. She is a young teacher, who owns a beautiful blog like her. …

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Carrot, Cauliflower, Curries, Dal, Indian, Lunch, Moongdal, Onion, Potato, Side dish for idli,dosa, Uncategorized

Moongdal/ Split green gram Sambar

I have earlier posted various sambar recipes . This is different from them . Today I give you sambar made of moongdal or split green gram dal. It tastes different from Toor Dal in which normally sambar are made. Ingredients Moongdal / Split green gram dal – 3/4 cup Mixed veggies – 1/2 cup ( I used cauliflower florets, carrots …

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Agar Agar, Beetroot, Desserts, International, Jelly, Uncategorized

Beetroot Jelly using agar agar

Beetroot Jelly? Does it sounds wierd? Trust me it tastes so good if you love beetroot.Even if you don’t, try this. You will start loving it ?.You want to give your kid healthy choice of eating their favorite snack, then try this, even no gelatin.You will never get store bought jelly again. So here we go with the recipe. Hope …

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Uncategorized

2016/2017 tag

Hi friends, So glad to share that my blog was tagged by two beautiful ladies Malini fromMaliniand Abha jha from https://abhajhablog.wordpress.com. Check out their beautiful blog’s if you love homestyle food. This tag was created by David of https://theguywhosaidalwaysno.com/2017/01/01/20162017-tag/. DESCRIBE YOUR 2016 IN 3 WORDS. Strengthened Changed Lots of love WRITE THE NAME OF 2 PEOPLE WHO HAVE CHARACTERIZED YOUR 2016. My husband and …

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Carrot, Chicken, Garlic, Ginger, Healthy, Onion, Soup, Uncategorized

Chicken soup

I know winter is coming to an end and I’m posting soup at this time. But soup can be had in any season ?. Chicken along with some veggies, this is so comforting with the flavor of ghee. Hope you like it. Ingredients Chicken pieces – 6 to 8 ( preferably with bone) Onions – 2 tbsn chopped Carrot – …

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Breakfast, Carrot, Green peas, Indian, Onion, Uncategorized, Vermicelli

Vermicelli/ Semiya upma

This is a simple, easy yet yummy breakfast. You can always have your choice of veggies to make it more healthier. Ingredients Roasted Vermicelli – 1 cup Onions – 1/4 cup thinly sliced Carrot – 1 grated Green peas – 2 tbsn ( fresh or frozen) Dry red chilli – 2 Curry leaves – few Channa dal – 1 tsp …

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