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Ukoy (butternut squash fritters)

Ukoy or okoy, as I remember it, is a combination of shredded squash, mung bean sprouts, onions and dried and salted shrimps.  I have tried this several times–unsuccessfully, but I finally found the right proportion of flour, cornstarch, egg and baking powder to make it fluff. 93 more words

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I Love the Family Feel at Irons Fruit Farm

One of the things I missed while living overseas were good old honest to goodness pumpkin patches. This being our first Fall back in the States I’ve vowed to make up for lost time. 157 more words

Animals

Rice and carrot fritters

A very tasty, filling recipe from Naturally Ella.

Cook one cup of brown rice. Clean and shred about four carrots. Blend 1 garlic clove, some oats, herbs (original uses coriander, I used cumin which was very tasty), salt and pepper together. 169 more words

Vegetarian

Sweet and Sour or Bittersweet?

The reality of trying to maintain a blog and active blogger Instagram while working a full-time day job is becoming increasingly difficult. It is especially difficult because I rely on natural light for my photography and the days are quickly growing darker earlier and earlier everyday. 980 more words

Recipes

Chicken pakora recipe / Chicken fritters / How to make crispy chicken pakora

Chicken Pakora is one of the very easy to prepare appetizer or snacks with just some few ingredients. It can be easily made at home. Chicken Pakora are commonly served in restaurants but we can made them conveniently at home and enjoy it. 325 more words

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Cilantro Fritters/ Kothimbir Vadi

A perfect dish to munch at snack time. Even being a Maharashtrian, we never really had these made at home during our childhood. During my college days, one of my friends got these for me in the lunch box and I it was love at first bite. 383 more words

Food

Bitter Gourd and Onion Fritters (Pakodas)

Do you like Bitter Gourd? I usually have them sautéed but have you tried them fried? Deep fried? Does the saying, “everything tastes good fried”, come to mind? 661 more words

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