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Thanks for sharing. I tried cooking it and came ou...

2013-08-27T14:35:50.306-07:00

Thanks for sharing. I tried cooking it and came out wonderful. But, I think you missed the moment when we have to add the cooked toor dal into pudalanagi mixture. Somehow i managed. :D



Hello Maheswari, My husband and I have just dined...

2009-06-26T17:24:46.827-07:00

Hello Maheswari,

My husband and I have just dined on this delicious sambhar courtesy of your generosity.

We grew the gourds in our garden and as they are the first yield of the summer, this will be served again and again! I had about 2 cups of tender gourds so used more than the recipe called for, but I love this gourd so much, I took the chance and the sambhar was awesome.

I will look around your site for bitter gourd recipes, another veggie that we grow and love.

Deborah



Both look yum! The raitha with greens is very heal...

2006-12-03T10:17:00.000-08:00

Both look yum! The raitha with greens is very healthy too. Nice pictures :)



Hello Mahesh, there you go again! Yummy dishes.We ...

2006-12-02T13:30:00.000-08:00

Hello Mahesh, there you go again! Yummy dishes.We are going out to eat tonight but I am hungry already looking at your food.I did a dish with swiss chard too last week.They are soft and delicious to eat ,loved it.



Hmm.. keerai pachadi sounds so good. i make cheera...

2006-12-02T13:28:00.000-08:00

Hmm.. keerai pachadi sounds so good. i make cheera thoran and mix it with the yogurt.yum!



Hi Maheshwari Delicious food for a rainy day. I w...

2006-12-01T14:21:00.000-08:00

Hi Maheshwari

Delicious food for a rainy day. I will try out the keerai pachadi with swiss chard. Never thought of it before.