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chickpea salad with dill

Chickpea & Dill leaves Salad

    Few things can never be old fashion. They became better n better  by time. Yes I am talking about salads.  Salads are simple , easy to make and soul satisfying too. Easy and quick doesn’t mean you will compromise the taste. Nahhh, salads are of course healthy and delicious.         […]

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tomato khatta

Tomato Khatta

  If you are from odiya family then you must be familiar with Tomato khatta. It’s one type of chutney that is served with snacks or breakfast . In our state it is also served with lunch. This sweet chutney is made by pairing tomato with dates (khajur).     You must have heard about the chappan bhog […]

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plum dip

Sweet and spicy Plum chutney

I rarely have fruits in raw form. Whenever I get fruits I try my best to give a new form. I was really happy when I receive a box of plum from a friend. Because getting fresh plums in Jeypore, which is a rural area, is a very big thing.     In the month […]

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HARA BHARA KABAB with GREENPEA HUMMUS

Hara bhara kabab is a most popular north Indian snack loaded with lot of greens like spinach , fenugreek, green peas and coriander. This kabab is named as Hara bhara kabab  because of its look. The bright green colour kabab, not only looks good but also very nutritious. On our 32nd foodie Monday blog hop, […]

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Raw tamarind & gud ki chutney

  Traditionally tamarind chutney is made out of dried tamarind, jaggery & dates. It’s a must have chutney . whether you are preparing Dahi puri, Ragada patties or Dahi vada you will definitely need this chutney. I got raw tamarind from a tribal lady. I finished all the tamarind by making Charu, Raw chutney. But […]

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Mint Tomato chutney

Mint tomato chutney is a tangy spicy chutney goes very well with dosa, idly momos. You too can use it as a spread. The combination of mint and tomato, red chillies are awesome.. Ingredients :- Tomatoes                  2medium Mint leaves               1/2cup […]

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