I Did My Own Eat Pray Love Journey—Via Virtual Tours. Here’s What Happened

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Have you always wanted to go on an Eat Pray Love experience? In Elizabeth Gilbert’s bestselling memoir—and the movie adaptation starring Julia Roberts—the author goes on an epic soul-searching adventure to find herself in 3 countries, each starting with the letter “I.” (A little on-the-nose!) Such a trip is normally out of reach for the […]

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Potala Rasa Recipe (Oriya Style Parval Sabzi)

Potala as you all know is the Odia name for Parwal or Pointed Gourd and Rasa means gravy. In this recipe, Parwal is cooked with coconut, poppy seed and cashew nut gravy and all spices to give the dish a rich feel. This curry is mainly made during religious festivals when the uses of onion and garlic food is prohibited. The stuffing makes it irresistible for kids to say no to this.

Serve Potala Rasa along with Tawa Paratha, Phulka or Steamed Rice for a delicious weekday lunch or dinner.

If you like the recipe, you can also try other Veg Gravy recipes such as

  1. Makhana Moongphali Ki Kadhi Recipe
  2. Lauki Paneer Kofta Curry Recipe
  3. Palak Makhana Recipe
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Konkani Style Vengaya Sagle Recipe – Eggplant Drumstick Curry

Konkani Style Vengaya Sagle Recipe is a very famous dish among the Konkani. “Sagle” in konkan means anything that is made with ground masala like coconut, coriander seeds and urad dal.  It has a very spicy and sweet flavor to it.  You can add any choice of your vegetable to this dish, keeping the ground masala constant.

Did you know – Drumstick pods helps to build strong bones, it is very good for pregnant women also. Drumstick pods which are known as moringa in local language is rich in calcium, Iron and vitamins. They are also have properties such purifying the blood, improves digestion and protects against infection.

Serve the Konkani Style Vengaya Sagle Recipe along with Goan Chana Ros Recipe (White Peas Curry) and Neer Dosa to make it a complete meal.

If you are looking for more Konkan Recipes, here are some: 

  1. Mande ( Mandige/ Chavde) Recipe- A Delicious Konkani Sweet
  2. Solkadhi Recipe (Konkani Style Kokum Kadhi)
  3. Doddak Recipe (Konkani Lentil Pancakes)
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Chicken Mie Goreng Recipe – Noodles Tossed In Sriracha Sauce

Chicken Mie Goreng Recipe, also known as Mie Goreng is a classic hawker food specialty which is popular in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.

The dish is known to be derived from the Chinese chowmein and is believed to have been introduced by the Chinese immigrants in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore.

This dish has many variations and can also be made with the addition of seafood, chicken and pork. The most popular version that is available in Malaysia and Singapore is the Bakmie Goreng (Chicken Fried Noodles). You are free to use your choice vegetables to make it as nutritious and rich as possible.

Serve Chicken Mie Goreng Recipe along with Crispy Chiili Chicken for a weekend dinner. Also serve Rich Dark Chocolate Mousse to end the meal on a sweet note.

If you are looking for more Noodle recipe, here are some that you can make for your weekend meals:

  1. Sichuan Dan Dan Noodles Recipe
  2. Korean Japchae Noodles Recipe
  3. Honey and Sesame Tossed Flat Noodles with Toasted Tofu Recipe
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Here’s Our Post-Lockdown Restaurant Guide To Gluten-Free Vegan London

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I’ve traveled to many places in the world as a vegan celiac, but when it comes to London, I can truly say it’s a celiac’s playground! It’s quite easy to spot vegan food in any big city, but in London they have everything. I mean, they used to. Most of the places are closed either […]

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South Indian Bajji Recipe – Onion Bajji | Raw Banana Bajji | Potato Bajji

Bajji or Pakoras are fried gram flour vegetable fritter where the raw vegetables dipped in a spiced gram flour batter and deep fried until golden brown.

The bajji can be made with any vegetable. Although the favorites vegetables are thinly sliced raw green plantain, thinly sliced potatoes, thinly sliced ringed onions, cauliflower florets and sliced green capsicum. But definitely, you are welcome to experiment with a variety of vegetables. You can also experiment with a range of spices for the dipping gram flour batter. Some add asafoetida, some add garam masala, some add nothing other than salt and turmeric. You can add some green chillies. The ideas are many. So go ahead and experiment.

Serve the Vegetable Bajji (Pakora) along with Raw Mango & Coconut Chutney Recipe and a cup of coffee as a tea time snack or as an appetizer for parties.

You may also like to try other Pakora recipes like.

  1. Mirchi Bajji Recipe
  2. Poblano Chili Rellenos
  3. Paneer Stuffed Bread Fritters Recipe
  4. Potato Basil Fritters Recipe
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Calcutta Style Ghugni Recipe-Tangy Yellow Peas Curry

Ghugni is a very popular street food of Calcutta. The Ghugni is made from dried white peas and spiced up with a special masala called moodi masala. Almost every street corner will have ghugni or jhaal muri and both of these have something in common and that’s the Muri Masala. The Muri masala is a blend of roasted condiments and spices in specific proportions and I have a recipe on my website for you to look up on how exactly to make this masala.

Serve the Calcutta Ghugni along with thinly sliced ginger and more green chillies on the top as a tea time snack or even along with Gujarati Methi Thepla for dinnerTraditionally, it is served with Bengali Luchi but you can always serve it with bread of your choice.

If you are looking for more Street food Recipe here are some : 

  1. Vada Pav Recipe – A Delicious Indian Street Food
  2. Calcutta Style Puchkas – Pani Puri Recipe – Indian Snack & Street Food
  3. Paneer Pav Bhaji Recipe (Delicious Indian Street Food Dinner)
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Punjabi Samosa Recipe – A Spiced Potato Tea Time Snack

Samosas are crusty deep fried cones filled with spiced potatoes that are eaten as a tea time snack with Khajur Imli Ni Chutney or Dhania Pudina Ni Chutney or plain old tomato ketchup. They look complicated and difficult to make, but once you get the knack, these are quick to make and even more quick to eat. My mother-in-law loves to store the half fried Samosas in the freezer and fry them fresh to crispness and serve them for the afternoon Chai. 

Serve the Samosas with Mint Chutney and Date Tamarind Chutney as a tea time snack or appetizer for your parties.

If you are looking for more samosa recipes here are some : 

  1. Samosas with Spinach & Cottage Cheese Filling (with Non Fried Option)
  2. Moong Dal Mini Samosas (Delicious Tea Time Snack)
  3. Baked Potato & Peas Samosa with Phyllo Pastry Recipe
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