December 2016 archive

Bharli Vangi | Maharashtrian Style Stuffed Baby Eggplant

Bharli Vangi

How To make Maharashtrian Style Bharli Vangi

Bharli Vangi or Stuffed Eggplant Curry is famous Maharashtrian Dish where Bharli means “Stuffed” and Vangi means Eggplant or Brinjal. This is easy to make recipe just the number of ingredients we require for this curry is little more such as all masala’s and onion- coconut gravy etc.. This Stuffed Baby Eggplant goes well with Chapati, roti or special Jawar-bajari bhakri but, I especially love to eat with Steam rice. It gives you a real taste of Maharashtrian Main Course Dish.

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Schezwan Fried Rice | Indo Chinese Recipe

Schezwan fried rice

How To Make Veg Schezwan Fried Rice 

Craving for Indian Chinese? Here’s a recipe to the most loved Indo-Chinese food across the country – Veg Schezwan Fried Rice. What do you do with the leftover rice? Throw it away or feed it to the crows? No more giving it away as you can prepare a delicious dish out of the leftover rice. Schezwan Fried Rice, styled with bold flavors and enhanced by spiciness, is an easy-to-prepare food item that requires sauce, masala and rice and it is can be made rather quickly.

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Eggizza – Sunny-side Up Omelette Recipe

sunny-side up Egg Omelet

Sunny-side up Egg Omelette

Sunny-Side Up omelette : Eggizza

Two Weeks ago, there was one post on one FB food page regarding egg recipe so I simply share one egg recipe which are always in big hit in my family and I was amazed, it was liked by lots of people on FB also ask for the recipe, so here I go with sunny-side up eggs recipe. We name this recipe as a Eggizza. Actually, it’s a firm egg omelette, a pizza without yeast, white flour and cheese..its not actually a pizza 😉 but look wise it is awesome. It’s healthy and can easily make your tummy full. You can have this with roti or bread. Add any vegetables that you have in your refrigerator. I have added onion and tomato.

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Some Famous Indian Dishes and their interesting History of Origin

A nation of 29 states and 7 union territories, India boasts of varied demography. And when you speak of demography what better way to define it than food. With a range of cuisine from North to South and East to West, each state has its specialty and every single of it has its own story to tell.

Here are some of the famous Indian dishes and a few facts about its origin.

 Mysore-Pak

MysorePak :This sweet dish of Karnataka is known worldwide for its distinct taste. Made out of sugar, gram flour and a substantial amount of ghee (fat), this dish is considered a Royal sweet. The word Pak in Kannada means Sugar syrup.

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