Kanda Bachali Curry | Malabar Spinach Curry
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by Pavani
1w ago
I’m re-visiting this recipe that I posted about 2 years ago. It features in most of Andhra bhojanams (feasts). I love it since I was little and still do. Here is how we make it: This is my entry to Cooking for Kids-Leafy Greens event. Send in your entries by the end of this month. The post Kanda Bachali Curry | Malabar Spinach Curry appeared first on Cook's Hideout ..read more
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Cucumber Chutney
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by Pavani
1w ago
Blogging Marathon# 25: Week 2/ Day 1 Theme: Cooking from a Book Dish: Cucumber Sweet & Sour Chutney (Keera Dosakaya Pachadi) My theme for week 2 of BM# 25 is "Cooking from a Book". Like a lot of you reading this post, I have a ton of cookbooks that I have bought over the years. I find a million reasons to buy a book and I see myself cooking through the entire book before buying. But once the book comes home, it sometimes gets neglected. I have to say I do refer to my cookbooks when I'm in a rut... The post Cucumber Chutney appeared first on Cook's Hideout ..read more
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Vegetable Kootu Recipe
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by Pavani
1M ago
Dal is something that is made almost every other day in my household. Not just my home, but that is the case in almost every Indian households. Lentils form one of the main source of protein to vegetarians. I am always looking for new ways of making the same old pappu/ dal. My everyday dals are usually very simple like this tomato pappu or this palakura pappu. But occasionally I do make kootu where dal is cooked with vegetables and coconut-peppercorn masala paste. My mom learned it from a Tamil neighbor. Today's recipe is from the cookbook, Dakshin by Chandra... The post Vegetable Kootu Recipe ..read more
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Naked Organic Powdered Peanut Butter Review
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by Pavani
6M ago
Looking for vegan, great tasting protein powder with no additives or artificial sweeteners? Then read on. Here is my honest review of Naked organic powdered peanut butter. Organic Naked PB has just 1 ingredient - slow roasted peanuts. It is low in calories and fat, and is great to add to smoothies, pancakes etc. Check... Read More The post Naked Organic Powdered Peanut Butter Review appeared first on Cook's Hideout ..read more
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Kakarakaya Masala Curry Recipe
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by Pavani
9M ago
Kakarakaya/ Karela/ Bitter gourd is one vegetable that I really enjoy cooking and eating too. I usually microwave the chopped gourd with lemon size tamarind, pinch of turmeric and some water until almost tender, about 5 minutes. Drain completely, rinse and completely squeeze out the liquid. This takes care of the bitterness, to be honest, I enjoy a little bitterness in the karela and don't worry to much about taking it out. I have been thinking of using peanuts in the gravy and wasn't sure how it was going to turn out, but the curry turned out pretty good and... The post Kakarakaya Masala Curr ..read more
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Vegetarian Kimchi Fried Rice Recipe
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by Pavani
9M ago
Blogging Marathon# 37: Week 3/ Day 1 Theme: Street Food from Around the World Dish: Kimchi Fried Rice from Korea My theme for this week's Blogging marathon got me very very excited. It is Street Food from around the world. Learning about the different dishes that are served as street food from various countries was very interesting and there are so many dishes that I wanted to make at home. But since we are posting for only 3 days, I had to narrow down my search to 3 dishes. Hopefully I can make the rest of my bookmarked dishes some... The post Vegetarian Kimchi Fried Rice Recipe appeared firs ..read more
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Qabooli Biryani Recipe
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by Pavani
9M ago
Blogging Marathon# 32: Letter Q Theme: A-Z Dishes from Andhra Pradesh Dish: Q for Qabooli Biryani (Hyderabadi Chana dal Biryani) Letter Q stands for Qubani (apricots). Qubani ka Meetha is a very famous Hyderabadi dessert that is made with dried apricots that are soaked and then cooked with sugar and drizzled with cream. I wanted to make it, but couldn't find good quality apricots. So I made Qabooli instead. Qabooli is biryani made with spicy chana dal (split pea lentil) and layered with basmati rice. I used black chana/ chickpeas instead and it turned out quite tasty. This is a... The post Qab ..read more
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Billala Pulusu Recipe
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by Pavani
9M ago
My second recipe is for this month’s JFI, being hosted by Sig of Live to Eat. I’m revisiting one of my husband’s favorite, Besan Chikki for JFI-Tamarind. My MIL made it on demand and it was just awesome. I can never make it the same way she does even with the recipe on hand. Here’s the recipe. The post Billala Pulusu Recipe appeared first on Cook's Hideout ..read more
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Sri Lankan Kale Mallung Recipe
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by Pavani
10M ago
Sri Lankan kale mallung is a quick, easy, and a flavorful side dish. Recipe needs just a few simple ingredients to make. Fresh coconut adds a nice texture and flavor to the dish. This is a delicious dry curry to serve with any Sri Lankan or South Indian meal. I love it with rice, dal... Read More The post Sri Lankan Kale Mallung Recipe appeared first on Cook's Hideout ..read more
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Sri Lankan Eggplant Pickle
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by Pavani
10M ago
Sri Lankan eggplant pickle aka wambatu moju is a spicy, tangy and delicious recipe. It is easy to make with just a few ingredients. Sautéed brinjal or eggplant is cooked with onions, garlic and tomatoes to make this scrumptious dish. This is a great side dish to serve with rice and Sri Lankan dhal mallum.... Read More The post Sri Lankan Eggplant Pickle appeared first on Cook's Hideout ..read more
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