Onion Rice | Vengaya Sadam

When I decided to make dishes with onions as main, I had to obviously make this Onion Rice. My office cook made this the first time and all of us had liked it so much. I had to try this out on Konda, surprisingly she liked it too. Though in most dishes she picks out […]

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Coriander Pulao | Kothamalli Pulao ~ Step by Step

For the second day on cooking with greens, I decided to make Kothamali sadam or rather pulao. I have only cooked as a mixed rice variety wherein the masala is typically very spicy and the rice is pre cooked and simply mixed. I have been wanting to make the pulao types, where you don’t even […]

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Tomato Biryani | Easy One Pot Tomato Biryani for Kids

Nothing like a relaxing weekend with two days off. It almost feels alien with working every other Saturday. So the time it’s two days off, it feels like a long vacation. I know the feeling I will have when I get back to work on Monday. But that’s for that day to feel right. Anyway […]

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Saffron Rice | Saffron Pulao ~ Step by Step

We are starting the second week of Blogging Marathon # 17. I don’t know about others, but I was missing the pressure of making and posting 7 different posts. Three sounds so simple and the days fly before I could even settled! I am yet to get the feedback from the group, if they are […]

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Vegetable Biryani | Special Lunch Thali ~ Step by Step

I thought I must at least make another thali before this month ends, for making it to the Indian Thali Mela. I have really enjoyed making these thalis and the many thalis that so many bloggers have made for me. I have always been so attached to the concept of Thalis. Even when I normally […]

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Mango Rice | Manga Sadam | Maamidikaaya Pulihora

Today we are starting the second week of BM #16, I have chosen to do a combination of Indian Thali for my Mela along with couple more themes. The thali that’s showcased today is something that’s very sweet and dear to me. This happened couple of weeks ago even before I extended the Thali Mela […]

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