Good things come to those who wait…..and this recipe has done its due diligence in waiting to be published. I made this wonderful recipe as a side for Kashmiri pulao (recipe here) long time back and I’ve been wanting to post the eggplant side dish but didn’t get the right opportunity. Now that I’m still on the hunt for my dslr I’m using my saved recipes as pictures are more appealing than the ones that Want to know more about this recipe?
Many of my Indian friends come from different parts of India and with so much diversity I’m fortunate to be exposed to be multiple facets of the rich Indian culinary. This recipe comes from special friend, Geeta who happen to be an expert and has a good hand with the whims and wham of cooking healthy, yet delicious meals.When I wanted to cook something from Andhra (a Southern State of India) I was preparing myself Want to know more about this recipe?
Don’t be intimidated by the name and don’t ask me if I learnt Kannada or Telugu in a day. Thanks to Nagashree for giving the English name in the title which I didn’t to instill your curiosity. Ok, “Mavinakayi Chitranna” means Mango Rice. Its been a while that I’ve made any prepared rice. I narrowed down couple of recipes from Nagashree’s blog (sattvaa.blogspot) for my first “Blog Hop” Wednesdays. The first recipe I wanted to Want to know more about this recipe?
It’s been a month that I started this blog. I joined Indian Cooking Challenge in a quest for new recipes, trying new cuisines, and making new friends.The challenge is hosted by Srivalli, the idea for this month’s recipe is by Usha. Srivalli gave us two detailed recipes from Ranjani and Lavanya. I just followed Srivalli’s notes on the announcement page. I’ve never eaten Sarvapindi (“Sarva” means deep hallow cooking bowl and “pindi” means snack) and Want to know more about this recipe?