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Roasted Indian spiced eggplant

Mar 25, 2014
bulldog in Home Cooking

Puliyogare - To be found in London?

Various types of pulihora are made throughout South India.
The links below are from Andhra Pradesh:
1) http://www.sailusfood.com/2008/10/30/pulihora-andhra-tamarind-rice/.
2) http://www.sailusfood.com/2009/08/22/rava-pulihora-with-lemon/

Bisi Bele Bath (Karnataka State
)http://www.sailusfood.com/2006/02/07/...

Sep 17, 2013
bulldog in U.K./Ireland

Pachadi......

Please have look at this site for some pachadi recipes. Also have a look at the links to other blogs where you may find other recipes.Googling for (pumpkin pachadi) gives you many other links.

Apr 03, 2013
bulldog in Home Cooking

Karela... anyone?

Jun 20, 2012
bulldog in Home Cooking

Dosa batter

Apr 05, 2012
bulldog in Greater Boston Area

Dosa batter

The most popular items in Indian Kitchens especially in South India are the "mixies" for masala and wet ginders for batter ( dosas,idlis, and vadas.

Links to popular models:

http://www.innoconcepts.com/prideplus.htm

http://www.perfectpeninsula.com/Ultra125Litres.html

http://forums.egullet.org/index.php?/topic/129316-ultra-pride-wetdry-grinder/

http://www.preethi.in/blueLeafPlat.asp

Apr 05, 2012
bulldog in Greater Boston Area

Dosa batter

Glad to be of help.This type of dosa batter and filling is from Andhra Pradesh,South India(claimed to be the spiciest food in India).The Tamil Nadu versions are nearly as spicy with the Karnataka versions the mildest one's found in South India.

Apr 05, 2012
bulldog in Greater Boston Area

South Indian food help...Dosas!

Have a look at this thread and the blog link I have given.Hope it is of help to you.

http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/837528

Mar 24, 2012
bulldog in Home Cooking

Dosa batter

If you search for my name "bulldog" you will find my earlier posts where I have given links to some food blogs by Indians.

Some earlier threads where I have given for some food blogs of Indians

http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/379086

http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/495204

http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/490314

Mar 06, 2012
bulldog in Greater Boston Area

Dosa batter

Try the recipe in the link given below.Hope you like it.

http://www.sailusfood.com/2005/11/19/...

Mar 06, 2012
bulldog in Greater Boston Area

Mooru - Indian buttermilk drink

Nov 26, 2011
bulldog in Home Cooking

Curry Sauce is Breaking...Why?

Some tips I have seen on the Internet:

1) Shake well before using coconut milk.

2) Bring the coconut milk to room temperature.

3) Add small quantities while stirring well and on low heat

4) This applies to yogurt also.

Nov 07, 2011
bulldog in Home Cooking

Unfamiliar Veggies - need a reference!!

Please have a look at this site, it may be of help.

http://www.frlht.org.in/meta/index.ph...

Aug 26, 2008
bulldog in General Topics

Bitter melon ... Wow that is rough !

I am afraid I do not know much about food and since I am retired I kill time browsing on the net.

Apr 22, 2008
bulldog in Home Cooking

Bitter melon ... Wow that is rough !

I am from Hyderabad ,India.

Apr 22, 2008
bulldog in Home Cooking

Bitter melon ... Wow that is rough !

A collection of bitter gourd recepies from India.

http://creativepooja.blogspot.com/

Apr 18, 2008
bulldog in Home Cooking

The best Indian Recipes!

Mar 02, 2008
bulldog in Home Cooking

Murgh saag recipe?

Some sites for reference

1) http://www.frlht.org.in/meta/index.php?plantid=609&calledFrom=VIEW_ALL_SPECIES&sortBy=S&gPAGE_NO=42&gLOWER_LIMIT=820

2) http://www.uni-graz.at/~katzer/engl/

3) http://www.foodsubs.com/Lentils.html

Regarding the blogs the most popular seems to be nandyala.org. It has the most links to other blogs.
For forums another subcontinent and mamtas kitchen seem good.

Feb 16, 2008
bulldog in Home Cooking

Murgh saag recipe?

Feb 16, 2008
bulldog in Home Cooking

Murgh saag recipe?

Sorry but I do not know how to cook. I can only make lousy coffee and tea. The sites which I post links to are sites which I found on the net while searching for Indian cusine recepies for a newly married relative.

Feb 16, 2008
bulldog in Home Cooking

Murgh saag recipe?

Please have a look at this site. It is home cooking and not restaurant style.

http://www.mamtaskitchen.com/recipe_d...

Feb 16, 2008
bulldog in Home Cooking

Indian Dinner Party

Its my pleasure

Some more sites are given below

http://www.route79.org/journal/

http://www.tigersandstrawberries.com/

http://www.sailusfood.com/

http://arcthomas.blogspot.com/

http://www.peppertrail.com/

She is an Indian lady based in Texas and is a cook book author who has won an award for her book Grains,Greens and grated coconuts in the U.S.A. She hails from the state of Kerala in South India.

Photos of most of the dishes are posted on the another subcontinent forum/general discussion and recipes/Pinned:Grains,Greens and Grated coconuts-Recipe Index.

Its my pleasure

Some more sites are given below

http://www.route79.org/journal/

http://www.tigersandstrawberries.com/

http://www.sailusfood.com/

http://arcthomas.blogspot.com/

http://www.peppertrail.com/

She is an Indian lady based in Texas and is a cook book author who has won an award for her book Grains,Greens and grated coconuts in the U.S.A. She hails from the state of Kerala in South India.

Photos of most of the dishes are posted on the another subcontinent forum/general discussion and recipes/Pinned:Grains,Greens and Grated coconuts-Recipe Index.

http://www.foodblogblog.com/

http://www.foodblogblog.com/search?da...

Jan 31, 2008
bulldog in Home Cooking

Indian Dinner Party

Some links to Indian blogs/ forums which you may be of interest to you.

1) http://www.mamtaskitchen.com/board/showthreads.php

A site run by an Indian lady who is a resident of the U.K. She is a well regarded by the members of the food chat forum on the BBC site and her advice is frequently sought. There are a lot of recepies mostly North Indian cusines. There is no need for registration to either browse or post on her forum. She is very helpful.

2) http://www.nandyala.org/mahanandi

A food blog by an Indian lady from Andhra Pradesh. South India, currently resident of U.S.A. She has many recepies and is a popular blog among the Indians. Also there a lot of links to many Indian blogs on her website.

3) http://www.anothersubcontinent.com/forums/index.php?s=2856672a8f60ec656fc805911df01c99&showforum=10

A forum run by Indians most of whose members are outside India. mostly in the U.S.A. Registration required to post but not necessary to browse.

4) http://www.recipezaar.com/recipes.php...

Has a large Indian cusines section. Registration required to post but not necessary to browse.

Hope you find these helpful.

Jan 30, 2008
bulldog in Home Cooking

Tindora what is it and...

Have a look at this site. It is a by a lady in the U.S. hailing from Andhra Pradesh in South India. She has a recepie for tindora.

nandyala.org/mahanandi/archives/category/indian-vegetables/dondakayatindora/

Another site for Indian home cooking is Mamta's kitchen. The lady is based in the U.K. and has predominantly North Indian dishes.

Sep 11, 2007
bulldog in Home Cooking

Hindi/Telugu/Kannada word for allspice?

I do not know the names in the languages you wanted to know but this is a good site for information on spices.

http://www.uni-graz.at/~katzer/engl/s...

It is by a German researcher. Hope it is of help

Sep 03, 2007
bulldog in General Topics

Interesting Indian food sites/blogs?

Mar 09, 2007
bulldog in Food Media & News

Interesting Indian food sites/blogs?

This is a website of an Indian lady in the U.S. There are many links to Indian food blogs based in the U.S. as well as India. follow the links from her site to ohter sites and repeat the procedure at the new site.You will find many blogs theis way.

Mar 09, 2007
bulldog in Food Media & News