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Its New Year for Us

Time surely have wings, or else how does it flies away? It seems like just yesterday, when I wished the readers of my blog, “A Happy New Year”,as per Sindhi calender. And here we are again , celebrating Chetichand (The New year) today. And no we aren’t alone in our celebrations, because every year, Maharastrians […]
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An Alphonso Treat

My Dear Husband who is a generally not fond of Food,surprised me one day,when I accompanied him to one of his Friend’s Marriage ceremony, after our engagement(So he was my Fiance then….). That was the first time Icame to know his Love for Shrikhand there.Since that was ,what he enjoyed most from the awesome platter […]
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Chilra Kadhi~Savory Pancakes in simple curry

Come March and all the mothers of school going kids, (in Maharashtra at least) are sweating over the just in sultry Summers and final examinations of kids at schools.The rising mercury and increasing anxiety about exams surely plays a great role in losing appetite and the enthusiasm to cook elaborate meals.Its surely is the time […]
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Some Good Things

Sorry to disappoint those who visited this blog for having a look at some yet another Sindhi Recipe. But trust me,you wont regret coming here after reading first half of this post(Though you will surely regret reading the later half) Well , today i am here to share some good things with you. Firstly, many […]
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Celebrating With A Celebrity Guest

Instead of counting candles,Or tallying the years, Contemplate your blessings,As your birthday nears. Consider special people,Who love you,and who care, And others who’ve enriched your life Just by being there. Think about the memories,Passing years can never mar, Experiences great and small, That have made you who you are. Another year is a happy gift, […]
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Methi Paratha

Marriage as I said previously, is a strange alliance of two totally different personalities.No matter how much compatible two people are with each other, no matter how much they compromise and adjust, there are bound to be some differences in thoughts and opinions. So while shopping with hubby might be a wonderful pass time for […]
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Happy New Year

People are so worried about what they eat between Christmas and the New Year, whereas they should  actually worry about what they eat between the New Year and Christmas.~Author Unknown Well i am not worrying about what i ate between New year and Christmas 2008,but i am Sharing some of my Favorites,amongst the numerous food […]
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Vegetarian Fish

Few days back I was STUDYING with my kid and preparing him for his exams.And all the mothers (ok.. fathers too) know how many questions are bounced at us by our little wonders, during such study sessions So while revising his Gk syllabus he asked me what does goats eat….I replied Grass Pat came another […]
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China Grass

  China Grass  or Agar Agar is nothing but a Vegetable ‘gelatine’ derived from a number of seaweeds (Gelidium amansii) which are processed by boiling and drying. Agar-agar is used as a quick-setting base for many sweets and desserts in Asia. Refrigerators are a luxury many people in Asia do not have, and agar-agar’s chief […]
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Pakora Kadhi

The Festive season is gone, but it took some time for the feeling to sink in ! So till then I kept cooking some more sinful food in my Rasoi. Pakora curry being one of them, I enjoy making this, coz ; it is so easy and handy when miraculously your refrigerator is free from […]
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Bhee Paalak~Lotus stem in spinach curry

Before the invasion of Paneer (cottage cheese) in Sindhi kitchens, Bhee or Lotus stem or kamalkakdi enjoyed the Numero Uno position,where festive food was concerned. Bhee and Dingri (mushrooms) were supposed to be the food for family functions, marriage ceremonies, festivals etc, when nonveg was restricted . Here is an information about Lotus stem that […]
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A Guest Recipe-Daag Bhat|onion rice

This week we have a special guest at Sindhirasoi, who has shared with me, a lot of information about Sindhi Food habits, food culture and regional specialties in past few months.Let me introduce Surrayya in her own words; Hobbies: Reading about mysticism, occasionally writing on issues which I feel are important to Sindh or the […]
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Bhee (lotus stem) Tikki

Few days back there was a food event where in the host called upon for Pakora recipes and being a sindhi I have no reason not to participate in that, coz Sindhis are world illfamous  famous for their love for crispy pakoras , fritters, Tikkis etc, basically anything deep fried. But I wanted to make […]
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