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yum, yum, yum - :D - i can't begin to tell you how...

2007-12-19T13:21:00.000+08:00

yum, yum, yum - :D - i can't begin to tell you how much i love that sundal :D



This is one of my all time favourites,we in Karnat...

2007-12-19T04:15:00.000+08:00

This is one of my all time favourites,we in Karnataka call it Hurli saaru and usli.Our way of preperation is slightly diffrent.



At last the suprise ing post!!!!!:)...Bravo!you ve...

2007-12-17T18:54:00.000+08:00

At last the suprise ing post!!!!!:)...Bravo!you ventured with the one right??
Lets see what Nanditha gets!!:)



Kultha saar upkari is my all time favorite dish. T...

2007-12-17T12:28:00.000+08:00

Kultha saar upkari is my all time favorite dish. The best way I love to eat is with yougurt rice, pour the saar and eat it with upkari. You have sparked so many memories :-)



LOL... you must've been a brave girl to give that ...

2007-12-17T09:26:00.000+08:00

LOL... you must've been a brave girl to give that ammunition to your calassmates... :) I have never had horsegram.. what does it taste like?



Is it the same as masoor?

2007-12-17T05:37:00.000+08:00

Is it the same as masoor?



I wanted to say the same things as Evolvingtastes ...

2007-12-17T04:13:00.000+08:00

I wanted to say the same things as Evolvingtastes :). Reminds me of kulith usal and saar.



Ya few things find their way to our kitchens which...

2007-12-17T03:12:00.000+08:00

Ya few things find their way to our kitchens which might be weird to few. Love the recipe and that saar is wonderful dear!!



In the konkan region of Maharashtra a similar comb...

2007-12-17T01:57:00.000+08:00

In the konkan region of Maharashtra a similar combination is made, and called Kulith usal and saar. Delicious, high in protein, but rather 'ooshNa', as we say. So this was typically made during winter at our home. Wonderful to see the similarities with the Amchi equivalents.