Pukhlein ~ Rice Jaggary Bread from Meghalaya

I had almost given up on the remaining North East Dishes. I stopped cooking for the states when we started in April and I had about six states left. For over two weeks, I kept saying I still have six more to do and finally Konda asked how long will I keep repeating myself! Well […]

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Thalipeeth, Thecha from Maharashtra

As we move on to Maharashtra, we have so many to select from. Again going by the Indian Bread that I wanted to choose from, I instantly opted to make Thalipeeth. This is a long pending dish on my to do list. Ever since Roti Mela happened, I had this marked on my list. Finally, […]

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Pathiri with Kadala Curry from Kerala

Next, on the food trail, we move to the beautiful land, referred as the “God’s own country”. I often think that I may have born in this place in my previous birth, given my strong bonds with this state. Because I love Kerala food and can never miss enjoying the Sadya during Onam. It’s been […]

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Mysore Masala Dosa from Karnataka

When I had my Dosa Mela, I had some chosen specialty dosas from each state. One of them was this Mysore Masala Dosa. When trying to know how different this is from our regular Masala Dosa, I came to know that it has a special Red Chutney spread on the dosa and then the Potato […]

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Babru, Channa Madra from Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh was one of those first states that I had finalized, though the actual cooking took place much later. Having decided and sure what I was going to cook, I never bothered about looking deeper into the recipe. So when I finally decided to make these, I was really so confused and not sure […]

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Chusela / Rice Poori, Channa Chhattisgarh

When it was time to cook a bread from Chhattisgarh, I had no other choice but to fall back on this one site. I had spent quite some time checking out online if there were resources for Chhattisgarh, however, there is not much information available. This site had a couple of other bread varieties as […]

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Sattu ka Paratha, Baingan ka Bharta from Bihar

When it was time to decide for Bihar, I knew what I had to make. I also have a funny and interesting incident to share. During Roti Mela, I had done extensive research on different Breads across the Indian States. Sattu Ka Paratha was an obvious choice for Bihar even then. However, I was stumped […]

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