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Litti Chokha ( A Traditional Main Course Platter from the State of Bihar, India)

Litti chokha is to Bihar, what Dal Baati churma is to Rajasthan . Litti, the traditional & staple food of Bihar is a variation of baati & is stuffed with sattu, a flour made of roasted bengal gram dal. Being high … Continue reading

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Baked Masala Bati

The traditional Daal bati churma platter from Rajasthan is famous for the quantities of ghee that goes in the making of batis, the traditional Rajasthani bread. However, its not just the ghee that lends the flavour to the batis. Here … Continue reading

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Foot Long Falafel (An Indianised version of Lebanese Falafel)

Everytime I ask the kids what they want for brunch on a Sunday afternoon, the answer is the mandatory “something different”. This is one recipe which would surely fit in the elusive”something different ” criterion. With the dal fritters, lots … Continue reading

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Masoor Chawal (A combo of brown lentils and rice)

Lentils/Daal/Dal is a preperation of pulses which have been stripped of their outer hulls and split.The word dāl derives from the Sanskrit verbal root dal- ‘to split’.It also refers to the thick stew prepared from these pulses and is an important ingredient to many recipes. Dal … Continue reading

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