Gujarati Batata Poha Recipe

September 6, 2013
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The girl was eagerly waiting for her Mom. Her Mom was gone to see her parents to near small village and she was coming her home after a week. The girl was trying her best to keep her home spick-and-span, just like her mom. All laundry was finished in morning and all clothing were hung over […]

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Homemade Double Chocolate Ice-Cream and A Review

August 9, 2013
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Hellloooooo…. I know it’s been a LONG silent here. I don’t make any excuse but I have a different reason this time. About 2 months ago, my niece and her parents have been with us here in Australia from India. You know how naughty and mischievous 2 years old kid can be! She is not […]

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Google Reader is shutting down from 1st July 2013. How to follow this blog now?

June 27, 2013

Hello readers, I meant to share this post with you a month or two ago but I’m so stuck with my life and family these days. Before it’s too late let me tell you Google is closing down awesome service for Google Reader from July 1, 2013. It’s sad news for bloggers and all readers. If […]

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A review: Chasseur French Frypan

May 14, 2013
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Hi Friends, No recipe today but will be posted soon! Few weeks ago, Kitchenware Direct sent me a my choice of beautiful Chasseur French Blue Frypan for a review. Collecting bunch of cast-iron utensils in my arsenal is my dream and I’m doing one by one. Chasseur company was new to me and was skeptical […]

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Zucchini Methi na Dhebara | Gujarati Doodhi & Methi Dhebara Recipe

April 26, 2013
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Another Indian flatbread here. A Dhebra is a Gujarati cuisine speciality, is very popular flatbread in Gujarati households. It’s best known for its long shelf life, say 4-5 days at room temperature. It’s one of the best travel snacks in Gujarat. If the weather is too hot they might survive probably 2 days. In my house they won’t […]

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How To Make Phulka (Roti/Chapati) At Home | step by step | Tips

March 1, 2013
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Hi there, In last post I discussed my little knowledge about homemade fresh flour. Here, I’ve tried my best to cover everything about ‘How to make roti/chapati’ at home with tips. We Gujarati called our Roti as ‘Rotli‘ (aka chapati in Hindi), usually make from whole wheat flour. Every state has its own unique style. In Gujarat, […]

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Homemade Fresh Whole Wheat Flour

February 27, 2013
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Hi friends, Today, I’ll explain something about very basic thing of in Indian food. Last year, I visited India and I managed to catch some (blurred) photographs of homemade wheat flour. Here, you can see how our mom back India make their fresh atta/flour. In India, most of the people grind their own atta using […]

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