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Chicken Liver Pepper Fry

D’s fondness for certain dishes keep fluctuating. There was one time when he used to like Chicken liver. Then came a phase when he wasn’t particularly fond of it. Lately, he has switched back to …

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Karimeen (Pearlspot) Fry

Any seafood lover visiting Kerala would be having some Karimeen dish in their must-have list. Karimeen, also known as Pearl spot is one of the most popular fish in Kerala. Being the kind of person …

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Spicy Baby Potato Fry

The other day, I had bought some potatoes thinking of making something to go with Grilled chicken. Just when I was about to start the marination of chicken, D came and asked what I was …

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Nasi Goreng- Indonesian Fried Rice

As I mentioned in my previous post, Nasi Goreng has turned out to be one of the most frequently made dish at home. Not only is it flavourful to eat, but also easy to make …

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Easy Pressure Cooker Pulled Pork

Lately, Pulled Pork Burger has become one of the frequent demand from my boys. The regular way of making Pulled Pork is to slow-cook the pork for hours. I prefer the easy way of using …

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Special Pork Masala

I had taken a break from blogging as I wanted to give all my support to D, who was preparing for his board as well as entrance exams. Once the exams were done, it was …

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Chakka Vevichathu/ Chakka Puzhukku with Dehydrated Jackfruit

It feels good to be back into blogging. The past few months had been a bit too hectic for me that I decided to take a break from blogging. I was really touched when some …

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Spicy Kakka Irachi Ularthiyathu (Spicy Stir Fried Clam Meat)

Even though I’m very fond of fish, buying them is a rarity as D isn’t particularly fond of fish. Thankfully he loves other seafood varieties, which is a huge relief. The other day when I …

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Ayam Goreng Berampah (Malaysian Spicy Fried Chicken)

Had it not been for my father’s encouragement, I wouldn’t have turned out to be so passionate about cooking. So this time, when they were visitng us, I had made up my mind to cook …

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Pineapple Pachadi (Pineapple with Ground coconut and Curd)

A festival becomes even more enjoyable when you celebrate with your loved ones. Last year, we had celebrated Onam with J’s cousins.  As luck would have it, this year all the kids were having the …

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Southekayi Majjige Huli (Cucumber in Curd based Gravy)

Few days back, when I went to my dear friend R’s house, she made me taste a dish she had prepared for lunch. Though I had heard of Majjige Huli a lot of times, this …

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Schnitzel

Schnitzel is a thin slice of meat, usually breaded and fried. The dish supposedly originated from Austria. The schnitzel is known by different names in different countries. The Schnitzel can be made with any meat …

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Donne Chicken Biryani

Ever since we moved to Bangalore, I have been hearing a lot about Donne Biryani. On digging further, I came to know the reason behind the name Donne. The bowls/plates made from Areca nut Palm …

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Karela Masala (Bittergourd Masala)

There was a time when I would flatly refuse to taste a bitter gourd dish. What changed that? Let me take you back to those days, when our marriage was a year old. J got …

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Murg Musallam

After a couple of futile attempts at making a fabulous Murg Musallam, I had almost given up the idea of attempting again. The other day I had bought a whole chicken. While scouring through recipes, …

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Zafrani Pulao/ Kesar Pulao/ Saffron Rice

Zafrani Pulao, as the name suggests has saffron as a key ingredient. The saffron strands imparts colour and it’s unique flavour to the rice dish. The addition of the roasted dry fruits brings more richness …

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Punjabi Chole/Chana- Version 2

When it comes to Chole preparations, my all-time favourite is the Pindi Chole. However, this time, I thought of trying a new preparation. A Punjabi Chole recipe from Sailu’s food has been on my to-do …

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Aloo Bhaji

Whenever I hear “Aloo Bhaji”, the first thing that comes to my mind is Masala Dosa. As a child, I used to love having Masala Dosa from our favourite restaurant. The crispy Dosas with the …

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