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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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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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Maharashtrian Style Chicken

As usual while browsing for a “different” recipe, I came across the recipe of Maharshtrian Style Chicken in Pan Gravy Kadai Curry. A quick look at the preparation and I was eager to try it out. The only ingredient that I didnt have with me was Goda Masala Powder, but thankfully I got the recipe of i

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Achaari Baingan (Pickle flavoured Eggplant/Brinjal)

    Couple of days back, while I was pondering over the menu for the guests coming for dinner, I received an unexpected bunch of homegrown brinjals from a very dear friend of mine. The …

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Egg Biryani

I have made no bones about my fondness for Biryani. Today, I was in the mood to make Biryani but wanted to try something different and that’s when I spotted the eggs. So Egg Biryani it is… Didn’t take me long to find the apt recipe from Sailu’s Kitchen. It is definitely a recipe for keeps… 🙂

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Pork Ulathiyathu (Stir fried pork)- Kerala style

Relocating to a new place on transfer is like pressing the reset button. Gotta start all over again!! I feel like Alice in Wonderland, especially when it comes to the source of my food supplies. As I slowly started to explore the markets for ingredients for my recipes, it dawned on me to try somethi

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Malai Kofta (Fried cottage cheese balls in a cream based gravy)

The word ‘Kofta’ is derived from the persian word ‘Kuftan’, which means to beat or to grind (Courtesy: Wikipedia). Kofta is popular in the Middle East as well as in South Asia. There are lots of variations of kofta, from meat based to pure vegetarian versions. The recipe I am sharing with you today

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