My Food Blogroll

Here is the list of food blogs that I love to follow. If you want to include your food blog in this blogroll, feel free to leave me a comment with your name, blog name & blog url. I will update this blogroll whenever I get a time. I will appriciate if you link back to Recipe Center

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Food Blogs in Marathi or Hindi

Food Aggregator


Food Blogs in English

  1. 100% Microwave cooking - By easycrafts
  2. 5 Star Foodie Culinary Adventures - By 5 Star Foodie
  3. ...and a little bit more... - By Anudivya
  4. Aathidhyam By Chiatra
  5. Aayi's Recipes - By Shilpa & Varda
  6. Adlak's Kitchen - By Hema
  7. Akal's Saappadu - By Akal's Saappadu
  8. Akshayapaatram - By Priya
  9. All Thingz Yummy ! - By Pallavi
  10. Ammalu's Kitchen - By Dee & K
  11. Annarasa - By Annarasa
  12. Anyone Can Cook - By Shabana
  13. Appetizing Recipes - By Vidhas
  14. Appyayan - By Indrani
  15. Aroma - By Asha
  16. Bay Leaf - By Sindhura
  17. Beyound The Usual - By Maheshwari
  18. Chai's Corner - By Chandani
  19. Chandrabhaga - By Anu
  20. Chatkhor - By Swati
  21. Cook's Hideout - By Pavani
  22. Cooking 4 All Season - By Srivalli
  23. Cooking Station - By Laxmi
  24. Cravings - By Manali
  25. Crazy Curry - By Bhags
  26. Easy2CookRecipes - By Shama Nagarajan
  27. Easy Cooking - By Divya
  28. Edible Garden - By Nags
  29. Few Minute Wonder - By Srimathi
  30. Food Fascination - By Suparna
  31. Food Lovers - By Pavani
  32. Foodie's Hope - By Asha
  33. Fun and Food Blog - By Manasi
  34. Here I Cook - By Sudeshna
  35. Jugalbandi - By Jai & Be
  36. Kalyani's Kitchen - By Kalyani
  37. KannasCuisine - By Mrs.Kannan
  38. Kayal's Kitchen - By Kayal Arul
  39. Khaugiri - By Preeti
  40. Kitchen Chronicles - By Kitchen Chronicles
  41. Kitchen Tantra - By Mala
  42. Konkan World - By Maya
  43. Madhu's Food Journal - By Madhumathi
  44. Mahanandi - By Indira
  45. Me and My Kitchen - By SriLekha
  46. Meenal's Kitchen - By Meenal
  47. Mirch Masala - By SuperChef
  48. My Home Cooking - By Dhanya
  49. My Kitchen - By Anisheetu
  50. My Kitchen Treasures - By Happy Cook
  51. Neivedyam - By Sharmi
  52. One Hot Stove - By Nupur
  53. Passion 4 Cooking - By passion 4 cooking
  54. Poonam's Kitchen - By Poonam
  55. Purva's Dawat - By Purva
  56. Redchillies - By Red Chilli
  57. SaiKitchen - By SaiKitchen
  58. Sailu's Kitchen - By Sailu
  59. Salt to Taste - Hema Malini
  60. Sankeerthanam - By Vrindha
  61. Sena's rasoi - By Shobana
  62. Shreez Experiments - By Shree Rao
  63. Simple Indian food - By easycrafts
  64. Simple Home Cooking - By Deepa Hari
  65. Siri's Corner - By Siri
  66. TASTY TREATS - By Poornima
  67. Tasty Palettes- By Suganya
  68. Tongueticklers - By Harini
  69. Veg Inspiration - By Usha
  70. Vegetable Platter - By Deesha
  71. Vividha ruchulu - By Koyyalmudi Lavanya
  72. Yumworld - Divz


.... Still working on

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1) Great Cooks Community



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2) Foodie Blogroll

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3) Great Cooks Blogroll

4) Indiblogger


IndiBlogger - Where Indian Blogs Meet

5) enewss

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6) LinQ



Thalipeeth Pizza (Maharashtrian Style Pizza)



Read this Recipe In Marathi Here

Ingredients:

For Base

  • Thalipeeth Flour or Mix all type of flours that you have: 2 Cups
  • Finely Chopped Onion: 1/2 Cup
  • Ginger, Garlic, Green Chilli Paste: as per taste
  • Turmeric Powder: 1/4 th tsp
  • Yogurt: 1 tbsp
  • Salt to Taste

For Topping:

  • Any kind of chutney or sauce or ketch up or pickle
  • Finely Chopped or Grated Vegetables of your Choice
  • Shredded Cheese
Procedure:
  1. Mix finely chopped onion, paste, yogurt, salt & turmeric powder very well. Keep aside for 10 minutes.
  2. Then mix flour in this mixture, add water and knead the dough very well.
  3. Make small balls of the dough. Take one wet cotton cloth. Spread that cloth on any flat surface. Flatten one ball in the palm of your hands. Pat the ball with palm and the fingers to make a round flat disc. Dip fingers in water to make the patting easier.
  4. Heat non-stick tava or griddle. Apply some oil. Take cloth and place thalipeeth on tava. Apply some water on cloth and remove the cloth.
  5. Apply some oil to the edges. Cover it with lid. Cook it from one side for 1 minute. Then turn the thalipeeth. Apply some chutney/ ketch up/ sauce on the surface and then arrange chopped vegetables on the top. I used beet root, spring onion, carrot and capsicum. You can use vegetables of your choice. Finely put some shredded cheese and sprinkle some salt. Cover it with lid and cook it for 1-2 minutes.
  6. Cut this pizza into pieces and serve hot with any sauce.

Source:
Aamhi Sare Khawaiye

This is my entry for SriLekha's EFM: Savouries event

Misal Paav



Ingredients:


For Usal:
  • Sprouted Moth Beans (Matki): 2 Cups
  • Small Sized Boiled & Cubed Potatoes: 2
  • Peanuts: 1/4 Cup
  • Finely Chopped Onions: 1 Cup
  • Finely Chopped Tomato: 1/2 Cup
  • Maharashtrian Garam Masala / Goda Masala / Kandyacha Masala : 1 tbsp ( as per taste)
  • Red Chilli Powder: 1 tsp
  • Shredded Jaggery: 1 to 2 tsp ( as per taste)
  • Tamarind Pulp: 2 tsp ( as per taste)
  • Mustard Seeds: 1 tsp
  • Hing (Asafoetida) : 2 Pinch
  • Few Curry Leaves
  • Oil: 3 tbsp
  • Salt to Taste
  • Paav or Buns as required

For Garnishing

  • Finely Chopped Onion
  • Finely Chopped Tomato
  • Finely Chopped Coriander
  • Lemon Slice
  • Thin Shev
  • Pharsan


Procedure:
  1. Wash sprouted matki. Drain water & keep aside.
  2. In a heavy bottom pot add some oil. Fry peanuts & keep aside. Then in remaining oil fry matki for 5-6 minutes. Remove from pot & keep aside.
  3. Add remaining oil in a pot. Heat oil. Add mustard seeds and curry leaves. As they splutter, add asafoetida. Add chopped onions. When they turn transperent, add tomatoes. Cook for 3-4 minutes. Then add masala and red chilli powder. Cook for 2 minutes.
  4. Then add peanuts, potatoes and matki. Mix all these ingredients together. Add 3 cups of warm water. Then add salt, jaggery & tamarind pulp. Mix it. Cover the pot with lid and cook till matki is cooked. Be sure to keep some extra rassa or kat or water in this curry.
  5. Put some butter on a pan and roast paav (bun) or bread for 2 minutes.

  6. In a bowl, pour some matki curry. Then sprinkle some pharsan, thin shev, onion, tomato, cilantro and squize the lemon slice. Serve this bowl with paav.
This is my entry for Ammalu's Kitchen's JFI- Sprouts event

Announcing ' Winter Treat ' Event

Now winter is here so everybody is trying to keep warm themselves by all means. One way to keep warm in these days is to eat warm food. In summer we had 'Summer Feast', 'Summer Splash', 'Fun in Sun event' in this food blog word but for winter I did not find any such event. So I thought of hosting such event for some comfort food which not only keep you warm but keeps you going on whole day. So lets start preparing these dishes. It can be anything like simple coffee, soup, pakoras, noodles, pizza etc which are easily digestible and little bit healthy too.

Rules For This Event:
  1. Cook any vegetarian or non veg dish that helps you keep warm in winter and post it on your blog. Last date of this event is Jan 10, 2009
  2. Add a link back to this event announcement. If you want you can use this logo.
  3. Multiple entries are allowed. You can also send already posted recipe, provided it should be linked to this event before you send it as an entry.
  4. If you don't have a blog you can email me the recipe and photo, I will add that recipe in round up.
  5. Please send me an e-mail to RecipeCenter@gmail.com with the following information
  • Subject: Winter Treat Event
  • Your Name
  • Name of the Dish
  • Type of Dish: Drink, Snack, Soups ...etc
  • URL of The Dish
  • Photo of The Dish

So girls looking forward to all your enthusiastic participation.... Keep Blogging

Grilled Brocolli Chat


Ingredients :
  • Few Grilled Brocolli Florets
  • Thin Shev
  • Chat Masala to Taste
  • Tamarind Chutney
  • Salt to Taste

Procedure :

  1. Mix all the ingredients in a large bowl and serve this healthy chat at any time.


Update: This is my entry for Sangeeth's Eat Healthy - During Pregnancy contest.