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Nayna Kanabar
A food fanatic that loves Vegetarian Cookery
A food fanatic that loves Vegetarian Cookery

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Spiced Rhubarb Chutney
I love chutneys of any sort and I always have jars of different chutneys in my fridge. They are perfect to serve with crackers and crisps or as sandwich fillings. I have been known to stir a spoonful in cooked pasta or into a bowl of soup to add extra flavo...

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Baingan ka Bartha ~Roasted Aubergine Curry
I have inherited my passion for food from my father, he was a real lover of good food and relished the idea of cooking, eating and feeding others too. My family originate from India but my father immigrated to East Africa when he was a young lad to seek his...

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Barbecued Corn with Roasted Pepper and Mint Salsa
In my previous post I wrote about attending the John Lewis barbecue evening where with a bunch of food bloggers we created some wonderful and tasty barbecue dishes. My three  foodie friends, Jagruti from  jagrutiscookingodyssey , Manjiri from  travelsfortas...

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Roof Top Barbecue with John Lewis.
The month of May has brought so much rain that my longing for a spell of dry weather is growing itensely. I know that rain is good for farmers and the gardens and the soil etc but I do hate wet weather and I can't wait for a proper summer to emerge. I love ...

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Masala Milk- Mums Recipe.
Mothers day is celebrated all over the world, in the UK it is usually celebrated in March, however in other parts of the world its celebrated in May. Mothers are special and there can never be too many days to honor their status. This May, Mayuri Patel a ve...

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Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies ~A tribute to Isabella -Coriander Queen
I have been blogging for almost 8 years and over this time I have read many blogs and made numerous friends in the blogging world. Luckily, I have had the opportunity to meet some of these blogger friends in person and others I know them virtually through t...

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Bajra na Rotla - Millet Flour Flatbreads ~Rajasthani Special
Pearl millet known as Bajra is commonly used in India to
make flat breads. The millet has many health benefits as it contains folate,
magnesium, copper, zinc, and vitamins E and B-complex. It also has a high
energy content and is rich in calcium and unsatur...

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Gatte ki Sabji (Chickpea Dumplings in Gravy) ~ Rajasthani Special
During our recent India trip, I promised my self that I would try and sample some new regional dishes whilst travelling through the country. In Jaipur, one dish that appeared on the menu regularly was Gatte ki Sabji. We were rather intrigued to see what it ...

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Masala Chai (Tea) and chat with Neelam from M V Spices #International women's day
On a recent visit to India, we
visited Jodhpur - the blue city of Rajasthan. A mesmerising city of blue
buildings, forts and architecture that is magnificent. Mehrangarh Fort is the
main tourist attraction in Jodhpur, it is set on the hill tops boasting stu...

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#2poundchallenge with Zamcog and Voucherbox.
Zamcog is a charity that helps Zambia's  most at risk children.   At the Shitima School in Zambia the charity use the money raised to educate the children and provide them with food and water to improve their lives. have teamed with Julie-A...
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