Flaxseed Podi Recipe | Avisa Podi

Flaxseed Podi or Avisa Ginja Podi is an interesting take on using the flax seed and making it as a regular spice podis that can be mixed with rice and eaten. Flaxseeds are the richest sources of plant-based omega-3 fatty acid apart from various health benefits. Flaxseeds are best consumed ground. Our bodies cannot access […]

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Allam Pachadi Andhra Style | Ginger Chutney for Dibba Rotti

Allam Pachadi Andhra Style is a chutney served along with Dibba Rotti. I have previously shared a version of Dibba Rotti and it gets made regularly. This yet another version is again from Amma’s Diary. I was amazed that she had a couple of these recipes and we waited forever to try them out. Off […]

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Fruit Salad with Mint Lemon Drizzle

For the final week of BM#65, I opted to make Kids Delight themed on Soups and Salads. Now I know I am not a great soup or salad person and given a chance would always miss it out. At least my kids like soup, so I have made some soups for them in the past. […]

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Sonth ki Chutney ~ Chutney for Chat

Sonth ki Chutney is a tangy delicious chutney served along with Fried Palak ki Chaat. When I decided to make Fried Palak Ki Chaat, I had to make the Sonth Chutney. I enjoy making all the Imli Chutney, Hara chutney for the Chats and mostly make in huge batch so that I could make a […]

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Moroccan Honey and Butter Syrup

For the plain┬ámsemen, Morrocans serve it with a Honey butter syrup. I was almost giving up on making this when suddenly I felt I had to make for the taste at least. It was good that I made.This butter tasted so delicious. The recipe was very simple, just heat butter in a pan, add honey […]

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Afghani Bolani Kadoo With Yogurt Dip

For the third day, I selected Afghanistan, a country that was cooked most in our previous Mega BM. Even then I had bookmarked quite a few to be tried out and since it was going to be a breakfast, I naturally looked at my friends who dished out breakfast combos. I remembered Priya Srinivasan‘s Afghani […]

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Harissa | Tunisian Chili Sauce

Next we move on to Tunisia to make their famous Harissa, the hot Chili sauce. While there are so many ways one makes the Harissa, the common methods being roasting the peppers and then making a paste. The chilies used serrano peppers along with other varieties. I have read about jalapenos being used as well. […]

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Homemade Sweet Chilli Sauce Recipe ~ Australian Style

The Potato Wedges with Sour Cream and Sweet Chili Sauce, the famous Australian Combo Dish is for Day 1.  For this I made the Sweet Chili Sauce at home. Knowing that anything with Red Chili will be liked at home by the folks, I went ahead and made it. The bright red look of the chilies was enough to make me understand […]

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Chocolate Sauce for Cake Frosting

When I recently made the Bottle gourd Chocolate Cake, I used a new sauce. So thought of recording it separately as it surely deserves a post of its own. The Chocolate sauce turned out to be more of a halwa on it’s own as I was using Maida. I even made it rich by adding […]

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Zambian Peri Peri ~ Z for Zambia

Finally we have the Zambian Piri Piri, a traditional recipe for a classic condiment made from piri piri or any hot chilies. Since I felt our local dry red chili tha we use are quite hot, I decided to just go ahead make use of it, in this must try dish from Zambia. The recipe […]

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