- Amras Malai Bhat and Amras Puri
- Bisibele Bhat with Unpolished Rice
- Cauliflower Biryani
- Chutney Pulav
- Curd Rice Bangalore Style
- Jeera Rice: It Rained In My Pindi Chana
- Malai Tomato Rice
- Phodnicha Bhaat
- Spicy Narali Bhat- JFI for Coconut
- Taher & Gucchi Olu
- Tomato Saar & Salichi Moog Dal Khichdi
- Toor Masale Bhat
- Traditional Masale Bhat
- Vada Bhat and Kadhi
- Valachi Khichadi
Sunday, October 01, 2006
Rice endless rice. Lets see how many recipes we can list here.
Many years ago, for the first time I read about Eeya Chombu on this lovely blog called Saffron Hut . I was totally smitten by this ...
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In Thal my Koli people are very fond of Methi or Fenugreek. They love it as a herb and even in their sweet, can't believe it read ...
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I was a kid in the time of black and white TV when on one sunday afternoon I saw this punjabi lady make this dish on TV. After that many a ...
Coming Back to blogging is a homecoming for me. It has to be with something special for this post. I had experimented on making Brun Pao. T...
Here you will find the true taste of Thal. Through the recipes I want to share with you my bond with my roots as a Koli. When I was 8 yrs...
The first ever Conference on the Archaeology, Sociology, History and Ethnography of Food in India is slated for the 5th and 6th of May ...