Friday, September 19th, 2008 Posted in Blog Events/Entries/Polls, Canola Oil, Cilantro/Kothmir (fresh), Coriander seeds, Cumin seeds/Zeera, Curry leaves (fresh), Dry Desiccated Coconut, Eggplant/Baingan, Eid/Ramadhan/Iftaar, Ginger-Garlic paste, Groundnut/Moomphalli, Hyderabadi special, Poppy seeds/Khus-Khus, Red Chilli powder, Salt/Namak, Tamarind/Imli, Turmeric/Haldi, Vegetables/Tarkariyaan, Yellow Onion/Pyaaz | 33,420 views 37 Comments »'Baghare Baingan' (in Urdu) when translated into english language means 'Tempered Eggplants'. Baghaar or tempering is an Indian process of flavoring the oil with spices which is used in the ... Read more..
Saturday, September 13th, 2008 Posted in Black Gram/Urad Dal, Canola Oil, Cilantro/Kothmir (fresh), Curry leaves (dried), Eid/Ramadhan/Iftaar, Ginger-Garlic paste, Green Chillies, Hyderabadi special, Salt/Namak, Simple Kitchen Tips | 9,741 views 14 Comments »Crisp Wadas (Wada-singular, and Wade-plural) with hot sambar or soconut chutney are an another favorite of the Hyderabadis and all South Indians. These are available at almost all the food stalls ... Read more..
Wednesday, September 10th, 2008 Posted in Black Gram/Urad Dal, Canola Oil, Cashewnuts/Kaaju, Cilantro/Kothmir (fresh), Curry leaves (dried), Eid/Ramadhan/Iftaar, Ginger/Adrak, Gram Flour/Besan, Green Chillies, Hyderabadi special, Lemon/Nimbu, Mint/Pudina (fresh), Mustard seeds/Rai, Red Chilli powder, Salt/Namak, Turmeric/Haldi, White Potato/Aloo | 10,592 views 13 Comments »After a good afternoon siesta during the humid and sultry Indian Summer days, a few Aloo Bondas along with a cup of warm tea while going through the days newspaper ... Read more..
Friday, September 5th, 2008 Posted in Beef Stock, Broken Wheat/Daliya, Butter/Makhan, Chicken Stock, Cilantro/Kothmir (fresh), Coriander seeds, Eid/Ramadhan/Iftaar, Ginger-Garlic paste, Green Chillies, Green Gram/Moong ki Dal, Hyderabadi special, Lemon/Nimbu, Red Chilli powder, Salt/Namak, Tomato/Tamatar (fresh), Turmeric/Haldi | 19,734 views 19 Comments »Daliya Soup is a very usual item for Iftaar in Ramadhan in my house. I had first tasted it in my Khala/Aunt's house and since then loved it always. It ... Read more..