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Regina Daga
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Welcome!
Welcome Dear Readers (if I have any) to my blog. This is actually a rather impulsive blog that I created to catalogue my journey as a seamstress. Well lets see how this pans out, three cheers to my first post! :D yay!

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#22 Lavender Victoria Sponge Cake
First, an apology for having disappeared for so long. We have finally managed to set up shop and have started of with a pizza home delivery service in Ahmedabad. Getting things organized and experimenting had taken up all our time and we didn't get a moment...

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#19 Cheesy Yogurt Dip
Cheese is awesome. Dips are awesome. Combine the two and life couldn't get better! This cheesy yogurt dip is finger licking and bowl licking delicious. We like to say it's healthy because it has yogurt in it, and barely any cheese. It still gets quite a che...

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#18 Sambhar
Sambhar is quite an essential in a South Indian home. I love South Indian food. Though I don't really know how to make most of the dishes. This is a shortcut method to making Sambhar, it's tangy and spicy and the perfect accompaniment to hot dosas or idlis ...

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#17 Golden Fried Baby Corn
Varun loves everything crispy. I don't know how many times we've tried to get the perfect crispy chicken. It comes out crispy; but it's never THE crispy chicken. Finally, after months and months of frustration over just not getting it right; he figured out ...

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#16 Cheesy Onion Paratha
This recipe is inspired from my paternal grandmothers Cheese Paratha. There are just a few differences in the flavors, she only fills the parathas with cheese while we go a step further and add onions and red chili flakes. You could go with her way if you w...

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#15 Cheesy Pea Soup
This is the recipe that changed Varun's opinion on soup. He always imagined soup to be fiddly and nothing to rave about. This soup is nothing like that. It is a meal in itself. Cheesy, peasy, wholesome deliciousness in a bowl.  You need peas, cheese, water,...

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#12 Goan Sausage Chili Fry
We were recently in Goa for a long awaited holiday. The sand, the water and the sun were absolute bliss. Though what people often tend to forget about is Goan cuisine. It has so many influences and the flavors are completely different from other parts of In...

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#11 Green Chili Pickle
Dal and rice is a meal that we eat on a regular basis. After some time, one can get a wee bit bored of the same old and need to spice it up a bit. Indian condiments are the best at it. We love pickles and chutneys and always have a couple of bottles lying a...

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Silken Chocolate Tart
This chocolate tart has an almost mousse like texture. It holds its shape and one would expect something rather firm, but when you take a bite; it just disappears into silken bliss! You will need chocolate, cream, sugar, butter, biscuits and milk for this d...
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