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Aloo Bhaji or alu ke pakore or patatey ja pakora

Patate Ja pakoda~Just For You

Firstly, sorry for the late replies (and even for no replies) to you mails dear visitors, I still have much backlog to attend to and I will do that ASAP. Darn the internet connection (I know, I know by now you all are sick of this excuse of mine, so am I, with these damn […]
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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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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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Patate wada|Batata vada

By now,my love for street food is very obvious to all the visitors of my blog,and i can still go on with many more recipes glorifying the variety, taste,aroma,easy accessibility and budget friendly costs of street food( hygiene concerns and stomach upsets could be overlooked) I can rave on and on about the variations available […]
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Chaat or Salad ?

From past few months, I have been feeling this terrible urge of attaining some super power to uproot all the maddening bad, prevailing around.I can feel a transition within me from being a happy go lucky girl to a nagging, yelling, irked person, conferring eternal damnation to at least 20 people per day (in my […]
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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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Soyabean (Soya Nuggets) Tikki and chunks in Gravy -Revisited

This month Sia of Monsoonspice , is hosting JFI soya. Since I already had posted both the recipes with soybean on sindhirasoi, I am re posting them just for dear Sia. Hope this finds place in your event:-) Soybean Tikki This is yet another favorite of mine and I love making these wonderful soya-potato tikkis […]
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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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Toori (smooth gourd)in onion tomato base

Toori, turai or  ridgegourd, is very popular in Sindhi cuisine.Globally it is known by many different names, like  Angled loofah/luffa, ridged loofah, ridged gourd, silk gourd, angled gourd, silk squash, Chinese okra sing qua, tori or toray (Indian), see gua (and other Chinese variations), patola (Philippines)etc As the name suggests, ridged gourds have ridges,while smooth […]
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Batan(batar)Papdi chaat

I had made this Batan papdi chaat many weeks ago, but was unable to post it because I wanted to “Google ” info regarding Batan. These Batan (or maybe batar, as some people call it) are the baked, hard buns/toast, circular in shape and not sweet. I was unable to find any information about that, […]
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Chaawaran jho Dodo(rice flour flatbread)

  Sultry summers are gone here in Mumbai and monsoon showers have knocked the parched earth, giving a sigh of relief, from dusty, sweaty, nasty heat of summer. However, I’ll  miss some of my favorite summer things, like making falooda icecream, chilled mangoshakes, jaljeera and of course chilled masala chaach (buttermilk). One more food that […]
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