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Some Of The Best Indian Food Bloggers Share Their Unique Recipe With Us

Posted on :
30 September 2016
Posted on :
30 September 2016
If there's one thing all foodies love, it's finding interesting recipes. Almost all foodies try their hand at cooking when they get some free time. These foodies not only love to eat different kinds of foods, but they also experiment with different ingredients to create some interesting and mouth-watering recipes. We asked some of the biggest food bloggers to share their unique recipe with us. Here are the unique dishes created by the bloggers.  

Sweet N Spicy Carrot Bisque - Anjali - The Picky Eater


Credits- The Picky Eater

This sweet and spicy carrot bisque is perfect for fall: it's creamy, hearty and filling -- but it's also super healthy for you! You won't believe it but there is no cream in this soup, but it's made creamy with some bananas (surprise!) and warm spices like ginger. This is a recipe that is sure to please the whole family!

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Makahne aur Peach Ki Kheer Farrukh Shadab- Cubes N Juliennes


Credits- Cubes N Juliennes 

Hankering for something special - very rich, and sweet. No worries, here’s the fruity delight loaded with flavors and nutrition both- Makhane aur Peach Ki Kheer with hint of tartness and punch of deliciousness. We all know makhane aka fox nuts (phool makhana) is laden with numerous health benefits. Makhana can be seen in diverse forms, some eat them as it it, some in the form of roasted snack or namkeen and some relish it in dessert form. Makhane ki Kheer is usually made during festivals and vrats, but fruity twist to regular kheer makes it more interesting taking it a score higher to enchanting taste. Makhane aur peach is kheer absolute fuss free recipe which can be made on any occasion or parties or festivals.

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Alu Kacha Kela aur Moongodi Ki Sabji - Susmita Nanda - Ambrosiia


Credits- Ambrosiia 

Moongodi are dried moong and urad dal dumplings. These are available in a packet form in any marwari grocery store. If not available there then you can always request the store owner to arrange one packet for you or you can buy from online. In this particular recipe I have used sada/ plain moongodi. I absolutely love moongodi after I first tasted these in one one of the small outlet run by an elderly couple selling homemade lunch and dinner at Hyderabad. Within a few days I searched for the raw moongodi in my neighborhood kirana shop’s and luckily I managed to find these in one of the shop. One half kilo packet of Moongodi lasts for two year (under proper storage condition)for me as me and my kid only love these in a curry form. These are highly nutritious with rich content of protein, carbohydrates and calcium.

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Bella Candy - Mangalorean Style Jaggery Popsicles - Ruchik Randhap - Delicious Cooking


Credits- Ruchik Randhap

The term 'bella' stands for 'jaggery' in Kannada and this version of the popsicle used to be popular during my childhood with popsicle sellers who would station their bicycles outside schools would be vying for the attention of school kids who would promptly buy them after school.
Bella candy is made of jaggery water seasoned with crushed peppercorns and subtly flavoured with cardamom and a few bits of grated coconut.

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Naatu Kaalan Curry - Radhika Subramanian - Tickling Palates


Credits- Tickling Palates

A South Indian Mushroom Curry that was shared by an old lady outside an eatery cooking lip smacking Aapams that turned out so simple yet tasted ridiculously scrumptious. The country style of cooking this rustic curry will make you go for second helpings. Serve this with Rotis, Neer Dosa or Aapams

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Balushahi - Anuradha's Kitchen


Credits- Anuradha's Kitchen

The traditional dessert makes for an amazing dish during the celebrations of festivals like Diwali and Holi. Find the recipe for this dessert and many more at her blog. 

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Aloo and Spring Onion Rice - Saritha - My Kitchen Aroma


Credits - My Kitchen Aroma

When I was doing my post graduation I had to leave house at 7.30 AM and my mom used to make this quick lunch for me. Doesn't call for many ingredients but yummy in taste. My friends used to wait for me to start their lunch so that they can take their share. Main ingredients are just three, potato, rice and spring onion. Can add whatever masala according to the there taste they want it. One can use pepper powder, coriander powder, cumin powder, pav bhaji masala or achari masala. I send this for my kids lunch and they too like it a lot. I just added chopped spring onions to my mom recipe. When my mom did it, it was unique and its her recipe, which I am following. Now on internet you will find many variations of it but it's my mom's and my unique recipe.

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