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suandro, swandhro , dried tender drumsticks with lotus stem

Suandhro Ain Beeh |Dried tender drumsticks with lotus stem

It seems like ages since I last shared a recipe here ! Life appears to be like a calender being flipped crazily, changing moments into days, days into weeks and weeks into months! And when life seems like a mad rush of events, I tend to switch off my mind towards what’s happening around and […]
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bhindi_basar_patata

Bhindi Basar Patata~Okra with Potatoes in Onion Base

Do you believe in Astrology? Do you believe in Daily/Weekly Horoscopes/Predictions ? No, I ain’t gonna start an Anti- Astrology debate or whatsoever for now (or am I?? Who Knows?? I can’t foresee future). It’s just that my Daily forecast for today says that I am gonna outsmart myself  today with some great writings …Me […]
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Bheeyah  Ji tikki

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 or smooth gourd

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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Karela Basar

Karela Basar

Half of the visitors arriving here would run away, for sure, after reading the name of this post…..Coz; that’s a normal reaction I expect from people who just can’t stand the bitterness of karela (bittergourd). But this post is for those other half, who will stay and would actually read the recipe…Kudos for them(bravo !). […]
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