Dum ke Rote ~ Hyderabad Special | How to Make Dum ke Rote | Indian Cooking Challenge – November

After an unexpected hiatus of two months, we are back with yet another traditional recipe for Indian Cooking Challenge. This month it’s a baked dish from Hyderabad Cuisine. I have adapted the recipe from Zaiqa. It’s called the Dum ke Rote or Baked Sweet Semolina flatbreads. Mona says these rote (also referred to as roat), are baked/cooked […]

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Bhoplyachi Ghari ~ Maharashtrain Special | How to Make Red Pumpkin Sweet Puri | Indian Cooking Challenge – August

For Indian Cooking Challenge, we are going to make a Maharashtrain Special Bhoplyache Gharge, suggested by Pradnya. She says her maternal grandmother used to make for them every year and pack to them from their village. These stay good for 10 – 15 days easily. And very popular dish for rainy season. I have been planning on […]

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Mangalore Buns Recipe~ Karnataka Special | How to Make Mangalore Buns | Indian Cooking Challenge – March

For the Indian Cooking Challenge this month, after the delicious Chettinad Vegetable Biryani, we travel to the neighboring state to discover yet another delicious dish. I have been eyeing these Mangalore Buns for a long time. Yet I never got around making these as always. Guess unless we have a big list and endless hours, one might never […]

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Chettinad Vegetable Biryani ~ Tamil Nadu Special | How to Make Chettinad Vegetable Biryani | Indian Cooking Challenge – February

For the Indian Cooking Challenge this month, we travel little down from last month, to the famous Chettinad of Tamil Nadu. Chettinad Cuisine is very famous all over the world. While I don’t know if all the recipes that are famous as with either Chettinad suffixed or prefixed, I have enjoyed some of their special dishes and […]

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Dhokli nu Shaak ~ Gujarati Special | How to Make Dhokli nu Shaak | Indian Cooking Challenge – December

For the Indian Cooking Challenge this month, we travel again to Gujarat to cook a delicious gravy made with Besan Cakes and buttermilk. The dish is called as Dhokli nu Shaak, from a Kathiawari Gujrati Kitchen. The recipe is again shared by Vaishali, who got this recipe from her friend. I completely forgot to select a challenge […]

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Badam Halwa ~ Rajasthan Special | How to Make Badam Halwa | Indian Cooking Challenge – November

After a break last month in Indian Cooking Challenge, we decided to make an Indian Sweet, Badam Halwa, a speciality from Rajathnan. However as most sweets across India, we find all states making a halwa in a similar way. I already have made a Badam Halwa, but couldn’t miss out the opportunity when Vaishali said she made it and found it so […]

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