Gujarati Muthia

This month, I took up the Blogger's Challenge theme. All of the other participating BM bloggers issued a challenge and I had to pick three to do. For the first one, I am selecting Gujarati Muthia. Gujarat is a state located on the northwestern coast of India and has a...
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Freekeh Soup

J is for Jordan... With the BM group's international cooking theme this month, we are now up to letter J for Jordan. Jordan is a small country in the Middle East, bordered by Saudia Arabia, Iraq, Syria, Palestine & Israel. Jordan is one of the most economically...
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Pumpkin Payasam

Payasam is a popular Indian milk pudding.  While there are many versions that include anything from apple to carrot, basic payasam is made with toasted vermicelli.  I made this variation with some leftover pumpkin I had. Payasam is one of the quickest,...
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Irish Barmbrack for #BreadBakers

Known as Bara Brith in Wales and Brack or Barmbrack in Ireland, this is a tea bread loaded with dried fruits. There are modern versions that use chemical leaveners (baking powder, baking soda, self rising flour) which I have already demonstrated in the Welsh version...
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Brittania Chicken Berry Pulao

Brittania is a third generation Parsi restaurant in Mumbai, started in 1923 by an Iranian immigrant when the city was still known as Bombay. In the second generation, the wife of Boman Kohinoor, Bachan created the famous Berry Pulao. She was an Indian Parsi but...
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Rustic Semolina Bread

Happy New Year! Wishing you all prosperity and good blessings in the coming year. Breaking bread is a universal sign of prosperity, so what better way to ring in the New Year than with a hearty rustic bread... My Mom was always a big fan of semolina bread and there is...
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Kashmiri Fennel & Ginger Cauliflower

After not participating in Valli's CCC Challenge for several weeks, I am back to cooking recipes from my cookbook and food magazine collection again. This recipe from Sandeep Chatterjee's The Spice Trail is a delicious way for my books to welcome me back. Every recipe...
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Banana-Cherry Oat Scones

Most of the breads this week are yeast-risen breads, but I thought I would do at least 1 quick bread, for those of you who don't have the time to wait for the dough to rise. When I worked at a tea house, I became a scone expert.  The place served classic British...
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Fried Okra in Tomato Bread Sauce

After the last few months of celebrating Madhur Jaffrey with the I Heart Cooking Club, we have now moved on to Yotam Ottolenghi.  I have to admit I had never heard of this celebrity chef before the club announced him as our chef for the next 6 months, however he...
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Rice Cooker Caribbean Rice & Peas

Blogging Marathon #26 Theme: One Ingredient Three Ways - Beans When I presented my recipe for Sauce Pois, I had referenced this basic one pot Caribbean Rice & Peas dish.  Using just a few spices and herbs transforms a simple side dish into something flavorful...
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