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A Good Match!

A decorative Jaipur tile coaster and a Malaysian tea-light.

A Good Food Match – Indian Style!

A crisp dosa with spicy chutneys – A breakfast combination that is almost a daily routine in the southern parts of India, but now it is popular all over the country. 16 more words


Broken Wheat Upma

Broken wheat is coarsely ground whole wheat. It is highly nutritious and does not undergo refining.

Broken wheat is commonly available in India. Most of the packages contain a bigger version of them which I find difficult to cook and isn’t very tasty either. 379 more words


Breakfast - My Heaviest Meal Of The Day

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for me. I complete my cycling or workout at the gym in the morning and cook something to eat before I head to work. 2,124 more words


Bread Masala

This is something made in our household when there is leftover bread, mind you not mouldy!

This is very similar to the south Indian version of bread upma but with very mild twists ie it does have a good sprinkling of Garam masala which is not commonly used in the south Indian cuisine. 549 more words


Masala Idli/Steamed Indian Rice Cake Fry (No Onion, No Garlic)

Masala Idli/Idli Fry is a palatable Indian snack or breakfast which is made either with button idli or with regular idli cut into 4 pieces along with few spices. 276 more words

Indian Food

Simple Aloo Palak ki Sabzi | How to Cook a No-Onion Simple Aloo Palak Sabzi

Palak or Spinach is very healthy and nutritious and since Winter season is at doors, we will get a lot of fresh spinach at the veggie markets. 483 more words


Putu Mayam Idiyappam - Indian String Hoppers

This is an impromptu post for an impromptu breakfast, only because my friend, Adeline Ang posted a vintage mould for making Indian string hoppers yesterday which she gotten recently at the local Thieves’ market that prompted me to go dig out mine and make some “putu mayam” for my first meal for the day! 746 more words