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Indian and Konkan authentic home-made Food Recipes passed on from mom to daughter and son for generations



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By: Priya Raju

Sat, 01 Mar 2008 17:33:21 +0000

Tried it. Thanks for posting it. It tasted heavenly. I paired it with plain yoghurt & pickles.



By: minesh

Mon, 09 Jul 2007 23:42:30 +0000

this is not the right recipe i am looking for

Shilpa: What were you looking for?



By: Poonam

Wed, 20 Jun 2007 11:46:43 +0000

hey shilpa i know one more recipe similar in name with this.. my mom makes it.. n i love it alot... instead of dal she adds soaked and sprouted whole masur and palak. Heat ghee/oil in a pan. Add 2-3 pieces each of pepper corns, cloves and cardamom and cinnamon(1 inch)and bay leaves 2, and little cummin seeds. after it crackles, add chopped onions and fry for a few mins. once the onion is soft and pink add ginger garlic paste (preferably freshly prepared) and cook till oil leaves the sides. then add a tomato and roughly chopped palak(spinach)leaves and sprouted lentil and fry till it leaves oil. Add little corriander powder and cummin powder, turmeric, red chilly powder and salt and fry for a minute. Finally add soaked rice and fry for a minute. Add boiling water to it and cook till the rice is cooked. You can also add cooked rice to the mixture of palak n lentil. But ensure u cook the lentil properly in this case. Add little garam masala. It tastes yummy. Add little more water if u want a khichido like consistency else its as good as a pulav for a party also.. serve with raita..



By: sudha

Wed, 04 Apr 2007 02:22:47 +0000

Tried this for my husband's lunch.He called me from office to say that it was really good.All thanx to u , cze i don't know c of cooking.Cooking for me is reading recepies from websites and experementing them.Really a simple yet healthy item.Thanx again.



By: Aruna Pai

Thu, 22 Feb 2007 16:57:45 +0000

Tried it this morning, to pack for hubbys lunch. Liked it very much, something a little different than the Gujarathi Vagareli Kichidi, due to the addition of coconut. Very different to Bisebela bath. Thanks again.



By: Shilpa

Thu, 22 Feb 2007 02:13:08 +0000

Trupti, I donno about Gujrathi khichdi, have to check it. Its very strange to know Konkani and Gujrathi cuisines have something in common. Asha, yes its almost like BBB. But taste is very different. I love both equally. Deepa, even I thought its a mixture of rice and varn. Its whole mean since we don't require anything else with it. Thanks Lalitha. If you try this, please let me know. Hyderabadiz, only bloggers from Hyderabad?? not fair....Just kidding. Thanks aruna, Let me know if you try this. Pi, thanks :D. My main intention of having this blog is to save all such gems. I am grateful to my readers for letting me know about all these dishes. Thanks Hema. Anupama, Thanks a lot. I try my best to post all kinds of recipes, but still Konkani dishes take more preferance since I am grown up eating these dishes. I am happy to know you like it :). Sailaja, currently I live in Kansas, USA. I am a software engineer by profession. I love cooking. Thanks for trying out my dishes. Please give me your feedbacks. Manjula, I think two of our ancestors heard the daal as well as name differently. One was your ancestor and the other was mine :D. Thanks Seema. Pelicano, when will u stop surprising me??? You have some amazing info about Indian cooking. Hats off to you. Let me know if you try this. Sushma, yes, this is drier version of khichdi. Tastes delicious. Gowri, thats a good point. Will try next time. Til chutney and tamarind gojju?? can you send me recipes for those? Thanks in advance. Thanks a lot Linda. I could not approve the comment sooner because I was in office, sorry for that. Thanks for stopping by again. Swapna, I don't know about Gujrathi khichdi. But Trupti has mentioned above that its same.



By: Linda

Wed, 21 Feb 2007 23:20:37 +0000

Hi Shilpa, don't know what happened to my first comment, so here goes again -- was saying that this one-dish meal looks healthy and delicious, as does your version of Pelicano's Afghani soup... thanks for sharing them :)



By: swapna

Wed, 21 Feb 2007 19:29:54 +0000

Hi Shilpa this is first time to me here.U have lot of interesting recipes...lentil pulao sounds good.is it the same as khichdi of gujarathi cuisine?



By: Linda

Wed, 21 Feb 2007 16:12:27 +0000

Hi Shilpa, this one-dish meal looks delicious and easy too... your version of Pelicano's Afghani soup looks great as well. I have to catch up and get cooking all these good things :)



By: gowri

Wed, 21 Feb 2007 13:52:29 +0000

Hi shilpa, We add black pepper while grinding this masala. And it goes very well with the tila tamboli(Til chutney) and tamarind gojju. thanks