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Celebrate Indian Culinary Culture in Cancún

Celebrate Indian Culinary Culture in Cancún

Cancún’s CasaMagna Marriott Cancún Resort is one of the island’s prime food-lover destinations. From Japanese (Mikado) to Argentinian (La Capilla) to American (Sedona Grill), they have it all. And now, the resort is celebrating the history and culinary culture of India.

In 2014, CasaMagna proved their dedication to offering an authentic and unique Indian wedding experience by creating the Indian Wedding Food Festival. They are one of the only resorts in Mexico offering this traditional experience.

“Indian weddings are a fascinating addition to our offerings,” explains Chris Calabrese, VP/GM of the resort. “From the Pitthi to the Mendhi, Baraat, Sangeet, and beachfront ceremony, our team of certified planners makes sure we stay true to the authenticity of these sacred weddings with no detail spared.”

The property welcomed special guest chef Shabbir Khan from the Renaissance Mumbai to host the Indian Wedding Food Festival at Sasi Thai restaurant. The resort celebrated a new Indian catering menu curated by chef Khan with classic dishes and daily specials cooked in the property’s brand new tandoori oven. A cocktail party, complete with themed music, belly dance performances, and traditional food and drink specialties, gave guests a glimpse into what might take place at a traditional Indian wedding at the resort.

Chef Khan trained CasaMagna’s culinary staff to work with authentic Indian ingredients and recipes and shared his knowledge of Indian cooking techniques with the team.

“This is why we brought down a Mumbai-based chef, chef Shabbir Khan, to curate an Indian menu created especially for weddings,” explains Calabrese. “Chef Kahn spent a month on property working closely with our team of chefs and catering professionals to train them on the specific techniques and flavors of Indian cuisine.”

Other authentic elements, like henna tattoos, Indian music, and excursions, are included in the wedding package. Some of the Indian wedding menu options include jhinga jelfrezi (stir-fried shrimp in a spicy tomato curry sauce), paneer makhani (fresh cheese cooked in a creamy tomato sauce), paneer kathi kebab (a bread roll stuffed with traditional Indian fresh cheese and egg), and more.

Planning on getting hitched Indian style? This is the place to go.


70 Indian dishes we will forever be thankful to India for

While every nation in this world has its own food culture and history, we Indians have a penchant for thinking (quite rightly) that we can't do without our favourites. After all, every occasion in this country--religious, personal or related to anything else under the sky--is incomplete without a few dishes to celebrate with.

It's just that sentiment we want to acknowledge, especially we are celebrating #70YearsOfIndependence on 15 August 2017. India's diverse food culture makes this occasion even more special, because we can choose to celebrate the day with dishes from every region of the country.

And that's something we need to be really thankful to our country for. We are spoiled for choices from Kashmir to Kerala, from Gujarat to Nagaland.

So take a look at our choice of the 70 dishes that we should all be grateful for. And may we have the freedom to indulge in all of them forever to come.

Chhole bhature. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/foodpandain.files.wordpress.com

From street stalls to proper restaurants and homes, who among us doesn't care for a few plates of this combination made in heaven?

Okra is a vegetable we all love, and this stuffed version is the king of all bhindi dishes in this country.

Rawalpindi might be in Pakistan now, but we're glad we can get a bite of this spicy Punjabi dish any day.

If there's one Indian drink that goes with everything (except dessert) it's masala chai.

Samosa. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/WhitBit's Kitchen

The king of all street foods in India, samosa is a must-have every day of the year.

Soft, fluffy and easy-to-stuff, North Indian kulchas are made to delight us.

7. Panipuri/Golgappe/Phuchka

Call it whatever you like, but you know you can't say no to this chatpata Indian snack, ever!

This dessert/snack is so delicious that one can easily imagine getting lost in its saffron-hued spirals.

Gujaratis have given us this soft and delicious snack, and the nation goes gaga over them, and for good reason.

Undhiyo. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/Anu K

No Gujarati festival is complete with this auspicious and pure-veg sabji.

If stuffed breads are your thing, you need to have a good dose of this traditional Maharashtrian dish in your life.

No matter how many parantha innovations come across our tables, this potato-stuffed version is definitely our favourite.

Made with raisins and ginger, this sweet dish packs quite the punch of flavours.

Panjiri. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/Neha @ WhiskAffair

Nothing screams nutrition and taste at the same time than this traditional dish from Punjab.

This Rajasthani sweet dish can defeat any pie or tart with its texture, flavour and look.

Ask anybody, and they'll tell you this is the best, spiciest version of the South Indian dish ever made.

We Indians are crazy about mango, and this delicious dish celebrates everything we love about the golden fruit.

These fluffy and crispy Indian pancakes steal our hearts every time we come across them.

Goan coconut crab curry. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/FoodieNFabulous

19. Coconut Crab Curry

This Goan seafood dish has some Portuguese influences, and is a must-have.

Pan marks the auspicious end of every meal. Where would we be without those little green parcels?

The Maharashtrian snack celebrates colocasia leaves and everything delicious.

If just jalebi wasn't enough, North Indians mashed it up with rabri to make the best dessert combo in India.

Punjabi kadhi. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/The Veggie Indian

Whether it's made with Punjabi, Rajasthani or Gujarati influences doesn't matter--as long as we get to have some to go with rice.

Kahwa. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/Neha @ WhiskAffair

24. Hyderabadi Biryani

This biryani from Hyderabad is one of the best made in this country.

Kamal kankri or lotus stems are a delicacy in North India, and this dish celebrates them to the hilt.

Gaajar ka halwa. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/Neha @ WhiskAffair

If you haven't had a cup of this heart-warming tea from Kashmir yet, you don't know what you're missing.

Auspicious and sweet, coconut laddoos taste best when made by our mothers, don't they?

Masala dosa. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/vegetarianindianrecipes.com

This carrot dish is a winter favourite all over the country, and for a very good reason.

The sweet that dominates every puja or celebratory thali, kaju katlis are just the best.

This Manipuri chutney is as good as any other chutney made in this country, especially thanks to the level of spiciness.

These easily-available, little parcels of joy are something we just can't do without.

Whether you're in Darjeeling or Sikkim or any other part of the country, this flat-noodle dish is sure to bring you a lot of joy.

It might be Persian in origin, but Kashmir has made this lamb dish an integral part of India's culinary culture.

Dhansak. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/glebekitchen.com

Crispy and stuffed with spicy potato sabji, masala dosas are South India's gift to the rest of the world.

Is there any snack, apart from this Gujju one, that you can take along on every journey? Nope!

The besan-based dish from Rajasthan is just too yummy for words.

Hyderabadi biryani. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/Manu's Menu

Bengalis love their fish, especially when it's wrapped in banana leaves with mustard and steamed.

Kakori kebab. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/Ruchi's Kitchen

The symbol of Parsi cuisine in India, dhansak is something you should definitely indulge in.

The nawabs of Lucknow gave us this beautiful and aromatic gift, and it's our duty to cherish it.

Created by the last nawab of Lucknow, this Bengali biryani is all about the potato.

Paturi. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/IntensePursuits

The king of all seekh kebabs in India, Kakori kebabs are best paired with naans and lachcha paranthas.

Soft, aromatic, and melt-in-the-mouth--galawti kebabs are just to die for.

Having this South Indian version of khichdi is like taking a trip to foodie heaven.

Another Gujarati snack, khandvi is also one of the healthiest and the most delicate.

Pair it with rabri or kulfi, but this drink is tailor-made to handle the summer heat.

The queen of all rice puddings, this auspicious dessert is made across the length and breadth of India.

This Tamil rice dish is all about the tangy and spicy flavours that tamarind has to offer.

Litti chokha. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/Cook With Manali

Bihar's culinary gift to the nation, this dish is a must have.

Every non-vegetarians favourite, chicken tikkas are such a reliable source of joy.

Butter chicken. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/dinnerthendessert.com

Punjabi, buttery and chicken--that's just the combo you need every day!

Yakhni, saffron or just with veggies--this rice dish only comes second to biryani in its festive spirit.

While there are many chaats that we all love, the papri chaat delivers all the crunch and tanginess we crave.

It's not just Gujaratis and Maharashtrians who crave this dish. We all do as well.

Rosogollah. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/Ruchi's Kitchen

For the longest time, Bengalis and rosogollas were synonymous.

While rosogollas are still popular, this Bengali sweet dish is India's new favourite.

When it comes to fish curries, rarely does anything come close to the flavours of this tomato-based Assamese curry.

56. Chingri Malai Curry

West Bengalis love prawns, and this dish is clearly the king of all the prawn dishes this country has to offer.

57. Pork with bamboo shoots

If you're going to eat pork, you might as well try it with bamboo shoots like the people of Nagaland love.

Chicken Chettinad. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/funFOODfrolic

Chettinad spices can make the world a better place, especially when cooked with chicken.

Biryani isn't the only culinary gift we have received from Hyderabad. This eggplant dish is just as good for your plate.

This Keralan dish is delicious and auspicious--what else could you ever want?

Yes, there are many pickles in this country. But the green mango one is the best of them all.

What's the one thing that goes with every snack ever? This chutney, of course.

These sweet pancakes might have originated in East India, but they have settled in our hearts.

Originating in Mysore, Karnataka, this sweet dish is sublime and unforgettable.

Chennai made Chinese its own with this very Indian chicken dish.

Meen moilee. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/WordPress.com

What's the best thing about this Keralan fish curry? Coconuts!

Another nutritious-yet-delicious dish, upma is something we all grew up with.

This traditional Goan dessert is characterised by its brilliant taste and layered look.

Tabakh maaz. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/thespiceadventuress.com

While Westerners go crazy about ribs, we have our very own Kashmiri version with tabakh maaz.

A nation full of vegetarians, and we know there's only one paneer dish that we all love.

Shahi paneer. Picture courtesy: Pinterest/Sia Krishna

The Best Caribbean Vegan Recipes To Celebrate West Indian Culture

It’s Notting Hill Carnival time and that means one thing:

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So what are you planning to tuck in to? Did you know that there’s a growing, albeit established, trend for eating vegan from Jamaica?

So-called ‘Ital’ (i.e. short for ‘vital’: vitality/vital for life), this belief system revolves around abstaining from animal products and eating instead from the earth: the plants, the fruits, legumes etc.


9 new cookbooks that celebrate AAPI history and cuisine

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During Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, TODAY is sharing the community’s history, pain, joy and what’s next for the AAPImovement. We will be publishing personal essays, stories, videos and specials throughout the entire month of May.

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, a period dedicated to honoring and celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. And when it comes to paying homage to the delicious and diverse foods of these communities, there is no shortage of incredible chefs and writers sharing stories and recipes from their cultures through cookbooks.


16 Super Delicious (and Easy) Asian Food Recipes

Kimchi fried rice, chana masala, satay chicken recipes and so much more.

In these trying times of pandemic-related violence, many Asian people are drawing strength from their vibrant cultures, especially their culinary traditions. From cooking signature foods like Korean barbecue and Chinese hot pot, both of which have origins that date back for centuries, to watching Asian chefs compete on Top Chef, to seeing successful Asian restaurateurs expand their reach, Asian people have found pride in their food for ages and will continue to do so.

Asian cuisine, both traditional and fusion, is so diverse and all so yummy. Many people frequent Asian-owned restaurants (and we encourage you to continue to do so!) , but cooking your favorite Asian foods at home is easy and can be a fun experience for you and the whole family. Asian cuisines use simple cooking methods and familiar ingredients like chicken, pork, ground turkey and rice. There are also healthy tofu recipes that vegetarians can enjoy. Best of all, these simple Asian recipes can even take as little as 30 minutes or less to make.

Because Asian food is endlessly rich and diverse, consider this a beginner&rsquos guide that will ease you into cooking authentic Asian cuisine. A note about the Asian ingredients you&rsquoll see in these recipes: You can find them at your local Asian grocery store or in the Asian aisle of your usual food shopping location. You can also easily buy ingredients online and have them shipped to you. With these cooking tips, you can try easy Asian recipes that include cuisines from Korea, China, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, India and more. These recipes will show you that Asian food is much more than just rice, noodles and stir-fry. Come and celebrate Asian culture with culinary appreciation.


West Indian Christmas Recipes

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Ponche De Crème

This creamy alcoholic drink originates from Trinidad and Tobago and is very similar to eggnog. It is made with sweetened condensed milk and has plenty of Caribbean dark rum in it. Flavoured with a splash of Angostura bitters and spiced with gratings of locally grown nutmeg and lime, it simply brims with holiday cheer. Served chilled or with crushed ice.

A truly traditional West Indian Christmas recipe, black cake is intensely aromatic (and alcoholic!) Dried mixed fruits are infused with the rich flavours of rum, cherry brandy, and locally sourced spices such as cinnamon, allspice, and nutmeg. Many people will start soaking the fruit months in advance for a real full-bodied Caribbean flavour. Also known by the name Caribbean Rum Fruit Cake.

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Christmas Ham

In the Caribbean, Christmas is not Christmas without a big ham. Glazes are made with a variety of mouth watering ingredients including pineapple, ginger, honey, cinnamon, cloves, marmalade, and sugar. All of which can be sourced locally. Roll on Christmas!

This is the national dish of Grenada and takes pride of place in many celebrations year-round. It is a hearty and filling recipe that consists of salted meat/pork, chicken, dumplings, breadfruit, callaloo, dasheen leaves and assorted vegetables (called provisions). Everything is stewed down in one pot with coconut milk, herbs and spices. Traditionally, it made on the beach over an open fire with family and friends in a ‘cookout’. Many restaurants have oildown on the menu and you really should try it!

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These moorish delicacies originate from Latin American countries including Trinidad, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic. They are now widely found throughout the Caribbean around Christmas time, although the recipe differs from region to region. Trinidadian pasteles are small cornmeal pies stuffed with meat, fish or vegetables. They are flavoured with herbs, raisins, olives, and capers. Simply wrap them up and steam them in a banana leaf – delicious!

This traditional West Indian recipe is a common side dish found year-round on the menu. It is the national dish of Trinidad and Tobago. Big green leaves (similar to spinach) are stewed down with okra, dasheen or water spinach. Other ingredients that may be added include coconut milk, crab, conch, lobster, meats, chili peppers, chopped onions, and garlic.

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There are some West Indian Christmas recipes that absolutely everyone loves. Sorrel is one of them. This festive drink can be alcoholic or non alcoholic and is derived from the sorrel flower which is in bloom around Christmas time. The flower is steeped in boiling water with ginger and pimento berries and left to soak overnight. Then just add rum, lemon juice and sugar to taste.

Nutmeg Ice Cream

Grenada is known as the Isle of Spice and nutmeg is one of the main stars. Most recipes in this trip-island state have nutmeg in and there is none so delectable as nutmeg ice cream. Treat yourself with a dollop on your black cake!

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Breadfruit (Cheese) Pie

Breadfruit forms part of the national dish of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and is found in all of the Windward Islands. Breadfruit pie is a baked concoction of breadfruit, cheese, milk, flour, butter and breadcrumbs, and has the same consistency as baked mashed potato. Creamy and delicious, it is a filling side dish to accompany your other traditional West Indian Christmas recipes.

So you can’t come to the Caribbean and not drink rum punch… especially at Christmas time. This traditional Caribbean cocktail normally includes the local rum, pineapple and orange juice, grenadine, Angostura bitters and nutmeg.


The surprising truth about Indian food

Many of the most famous ingredients used to make typical 'Indian' cuisine aren’t actually native to India.

(This year, we published many inspiring and amazing stories that made us fall in love with the world &ndash and this is one our favourites. Click here for the full list).

I was in a narrow kitchen in Mumbai, one of India&rsquos most strikingly modern cities, watching an ancient Indian meal being cooked on vessels of baked clay. Utensils made from leaves, wood and metal were scattered across the kitchen. The food was being prepared using only ingredients native to the subcontinent, which meant that the sharpness of chillies (native to Mexico) and the starch of the potatoes (imported from South America) were missing.

&ldquoNo cabbages, cauliflower, peas or carrots, either,&rdquo said Kasturirangan Ramanujam, one of the cooks preparing the meal. But that won&rsquot stop him from making an elaborate feast for my family that will include rice, the mulligatawny-like saatramudu, protein-rich kuzhambu gravy and an astonishing array of vegetables and snacks.

This is the shraadha meal that is eaten by many Hindu families in southern India on the death anniversaries of close family members &ndash in this case, the anniversary of my father-in-law&rsquos passing. While the feast is believed to feed families&rsquo departed ancestors, it has inadvertently created a living memory of the region&rsquos culinary history, because it is made entirely from recipes and ingredients that have existed on the subcontinent for at least a millennium.

In a country famous for its rich red curries made from tomatoes (introduced by the Portuguese) and the texture of its naan (from Central Asia), many of the most famous ingredients that go into typical &lsquoIndian&rsquo food aren&rsquot actually native to India.

Potatoes, tomatoes, cauliflower, carrots and peas, which are now staples in contemporary Indian cooking, arrived in the subcontinent relatively recently. Accounts from the late-18th Century report that the Dutch brought potatoes to India primarily to feed other Europeans. Now, however, potatoes are boiled, baked, roasted, stuffed and fried in nearly every kitchen in India.

The late Indian food historian K T Achaya believed that chillies probably arrived from Mexico via Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama and answered a deeply felt need for a pungent spice that could be grown in every part of the country without needing as much rain as pepper.

This has now started changing the palate of people

And according to Ruchi Srivastava, producer for Indian television show The Curries of India, &ldquoAll cuisines in India have adopted the tomato.&rdquo The plant arrived in India through a circuitous route &ndash from South America to southern Europe, then to England and finally to India in the 16th Century courtesy of the British. Srivastava argues that restaurants and hotels have popularised red curry sauce as &lsquoIndian&rsquo in the last 100 years. &ldquoThis has now started changing the palate of people,&rdquo she said. &ldquoFor anyone who doesn&rsquot know much about Indian food, the onion-tomato gravy has become a classic.&rdquo

However, the food eaten after the religious shraadha rite showcases the indigenous biodiversity of the Indian subcontinent. It&rsquos a rich medley of unripe mangoes, raw bananas, cluster and broad beans, sweet potatoes, banana stems, taro roots and a succulent called pirandai (veld grape). These ingredients are flavoured with pepper, cumin and salt, while soft yellow mung dal provides much of the protein.

Throughout southern India, shraadhas are intensely private affairs involving only the immediate family. Before the feast, a codified ritual of prayers and offerings takes place. The meal is one of the most important events on the family&rsquos calendar, and there could be a few shraadha meals each year performed by the family&rsquos eldest male on the death anniversaries of immediate family members. It brings together a vast variety of delicacies designed to please the palates of their deceased ancestors.

&ldquoThe traditional understanding is that when members of your family pass on, they become pitru devata [divine beings],&rdquo said Pazhaveri Chakravarti Raghavan, a senior Hindu priest in Mumbai. &ldquoIt is believed that a whole year on Earth equals a single day for pitru devata, so the annual shraadha is their daily meal.&rdquo

Certain dishes &ndash such as stir-fried bananas, saatramudu or kuzhambu &ndash are often made at home. However, since the feast involves an elaborate preparation of vegetables, desserts and snacks, professional chefs are usually employed by those who can afford them. The cooks who prepare these meals often spend years in training. They also learn to customise the menu to reflect the local produce that was available when the family&rsquos ancestor was alive.

&ldquoFor example, if the family traces its roots to the Tondaimandalam [a historical region on India&rsquos east coast], lady&rsquos finger [okra, commonly grown in the region] is prepared,&rdquo Raghavan said.

Watching the chefs work quickly and efficiently, I realised that it could be hard to recognise these ancient dishes in India&rsquos modern culinary climate. As foreign powers and traders have come and gone, Indian cooking has changed in the past 1,000 years. In many homes across the country, older dishes made with local ingredients that represent distinct subcultures now co-exist with imported influences from halfway across the globe. For instance, a South Indian meal may include rice with a light rasam (thin soup) made entirely from local ingredients like cumin, pepper and coriander seeds, but also include spicy stir-fried potatoes.

For this shraadha meal, Ramanujam was busy preparing five different vegetable-based dishes, using raw bananas, sweet potatoes, taro, cluster beans and bitter gourd procured from local markets. He seasoned them with a mixture of mustard seeds, cumin seeds, curry leaves and black gram beans, all lightly tossed in sesame oil.

&ldquoI will also prepare five bakshanam,&rdquo he said, referring to the fried snacks that will decorate the banana leaves on which the meal will be served. The desserts were sweetened with jaggery (a soft blend of processed and unbleached sugarcane juice) and made with coconut, black sesame seeds and coarsely ground wheat. Other snacks were salty and spicy, made from lentil paste and pepper. One of the meal&rsquos centrepieces was the thirukannamudu: a milky sweet made with lentils and jaggery.

Because of the intimacy of the event, the shraadha meal is not something that most travellers ever see and taste themselves, but certain dishes served at the feast are available throughout southern India. For instance, adhirasam, an Indian-style doughnut that&rsquos crunchy on the outside and soft and sweet on the inside, and thenkuzhal, a crispy and savoury snack made from rice and white lentil flour, are often available in snack shops. Many homes, temples and very traditional South Indian restaurants also serve at least a few heirloom dishes which also appear in private shraadha meals.

Srivasatava said that religious rituals like the shraadha meal are helping to maintain true Indian cuisine. &ldquoHome is the only place where food traditions are really preserved,&rdquo she said. While Indian food served at many restaurants rarely resembles what people eat at home, most home kitchens in India retain several traditional recipes passed down for generations. Even with newer ingredients, they maintain a balance of older spices, and reflect the nuances of their family&rsquos traditional culinary subculture.

It has inadvertently created a living memory of the region&rsquos culinary history

In fact, because shraadhas are typically much smaller and more intimate family affairs than other religious rituals, they have preserved culinary traditions much more effectively than larger family celebrations. &ldquoWeddings, for instance, are social occasions,&rdquo Raghavan said. &ldquoYou have to cook a cosmopolitan meal, make it palatable to a large number of guests from different backgrounds. Shraadhas are more private. We can stick to tradition.&rdquo

Ramanujam worked together with a colleague, their fingers deftly mixing dollops of jaggery with rice flour and patting them down on a small piece of banana leaf. The flat discs were then skilfully deep-fried to become adhirasam doughnuts. Ramanujam added the adhirasam to a large bamboo basket lined with leaves, which was already filled with four other bakshanam.

&ldquoTraditionally, this meal was cooked on a wood fire,&rdquo Raghavan said. &ldquoServing utensils were made of brass or silver. Nowadays, however, it is common to see stainless steel. A gas stove is also more convenient than a wood fire.&rdquo

The cooks sandwiched a thick dough of rice and black gram flour between a brass instrument made of two cylindrical units, and intricately shaped the fried thenkuzhal. Ramanujam turned his attention to the thin slivers of bitter gourd that were cooking with mung dal in clay pot. Another stove held a frying pan where taro discs were being deep-fried.

Elaborate as it was, the meal only incorporated a very small slice of India&rsquos food diversity. Two thousand-year-old texts, like the Indian medicinal tome Charaka-samhita, have described a bewildering variety of oils, fruits, local grains, vegetables and animal products &ndash many of which continue to be used in the country.

After the ritual was complete, the cooks placed a large serving of rice and a few spoonfuls of salted, boiled mung beans on a banana leaf for each person before adding the rest of the dishes. I looked at the rich delicacies on my leaf and felt grateful for this bounty, knowing that it was the work of generations of chefs who are preserving India&rsquos living culinary history.

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Whitebait Fritters

You either love it or hate it. Whitebait fritters are tiny freshwater fish in a batter. Fish is a huge part of the New Zealand diet, mainly because so many Kiwis enjoy going out on fishing trips, which you can learn more about in Fishing in New Zealand and see how you can do it yourself.

So if you want to try a classic Kiwi dish which is more on the fishy side, give whitebait fritters a try.

Ingredients
  • 1 cup – flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon – baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon – salt
  • 1 – egg
  • 1/2 cup – milk
  • 125 g – whitebait
  • 2 tablespoons – oil
  • lemon wedges
Steps
  1. Sift flour, baking powder and salt into a bowl.
  2. Add egg and half of the milk.
  3. Mix into a smooth batter. Keep adding more milk if not smooth enough.
  4. Drain whitebait and mix in with the batter mixture.
  5. Heat oil in a frying pan. (If you use a small frying pan, you can make multiple small fritters).
  6. Add fritters and cook until golden on both sides.
  7. Drain the fritters on absorbent paper and serve with lemon!

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India About Blog I am on a mission to show you how easy cooking can be. I share recipes with easy step by step pictures which clearly clearly shows you the ease of cooking. I will be giving ideas for your daily cooking by sharing breakfast, lunch & dinner ideas.. Frequency 1 post / day Blog yummytummyaarthi.com
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9. Vegan Richa

Seattle, Washington, United States About Blog Richa Hingle is the prolific and award winning recipe developer, blogger, and photographer behind VeganRicha. Her instructions are easy to follow and her step-by-step photographs welcome the uninitiated into their kitchen. She loves to show people how easy it is to cook vegan Indian or other cuisines. Her first cookbook Vegan Richa's Indian Kitchen, about easy and delicious Indian Vegan recipes. Frequency 1 post / day Blog veganricha.com
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10. Gayathiri's Cookbook

United States About Blog Keep up with videos on Vegetarian Delicacies by Gayathiri's Cookbook. Frequency 1 post / week Since Oct 2011 Blog youtube.com/user/TheHHARA..
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11. Veg Vegan Meat

India About Blog A food blog for Indian Veg, Vegan, Meat, Baking & Dessert recipes with clear high-quality written, image and video instructions. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog vegveganmeat.com
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12. Holy Cow!

Washington, District Of Columbia, United States About Blog A food blog with easy and tasty vegan meals for the family, made with fresh, healthy ingredients. More than 800 vegan recipes and Indian recipes for cooking and baking. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog holycowvegan.net
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13. Yummy Indian Kitchen

India About Blog Indian Food blog with Indian Vegetarian Recipes, Indian Non Veg Recipes, South Indian Recipes and Indian regional cuisine. Frequency 1 post / day Blog yummyindiankitchen.com
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14. Easy Cooking with Molly

California, United States About Blog Welcome to my Flavorful Fusion Kitchen. Find Authentic Indian recipes with a lighter version, Fusion of Spices and World Cuisine. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog easycookingwithmolly.com
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15. Something's Cooking

Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India About Blog Shalini a food, travel, lifestyle blogger and a restaurant reviewer writes about her culinary experiences. Frequency 1 post / week Blog somethingiscooking.com
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16. Ministry of Curry

About Blog Transport your kitchen to a New World and learn how to make incredible Indian recipes and international dishes through simple step-by-step instructions and expert tips! Frequency 1 post / day Since Oct 2015 Blog ministryofcurry.com
Facebook fans 191.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 23.1K ⋅ Domain Authority 34 ⋅ Alexa Rank 141.1K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

17. Zesty South Indian Kitchen

Texas, United States About Blog I am Swathi who loves to explore cuisines from all over the world. Whenever possible I try to to give an Indian touch to several of the world cuisine. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog zestysouthindiankitchen.com
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18. Masala Herb

Goa, India About Blog MasalaHerb.com is a blog, initiated by Helene D'Souza in 2011. This includes Food section, Recipes with a focus on Goan Food as well as Asian/Indian food. Frequency 1 post / week Blog masalaherb.com
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19. Debjanir Rannaghar

Kolkata, West Bengal, India About Blog I have started my blog 'Debjanir Rannaghar' in 2011 with an intention to keep records of my cooking ventures and life-stories related to food and obviously, for sharing those with like-minded foodies/food bloggers and to be precise the Blog Debjanir Rannaghar is a novice attempt for sharing Food thoughts Frequency 1 post / day Blog kitchenofdebjani.com
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20. Curry Nation

About Blog Curry Nation is a food blog by Priya. This website is all about food. Recipes shared here are tried and tasted. Frequency 1 post / week Blog priyascurrynation.com
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21. Padhus Kitchen | Indian Vegetarian Recipes

India About Blog Easy to cook Indian Vegetarian Recipes-South Indian, North Indian dishes,Tamil Brahmin recipes with step by step cooking instructions and pictures. Frequency 1 post / month Since Jul 2009 Blog padhuskitchen.com
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22. My Ginger Garlic Kitchen

Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland About Blog My name is Anupama Paliwal, and I welcome you to My Ginger Garlic Kitchen, an Indian Fusion Food Blog, where I share my recipes, food styling tips, and how to's. Here, you will discover exemplary video tutorials and recipes of Indian and western food with spices and herbs. Frequency 1 post / week Blog mygingergarlickitchen.com
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23. Sharmis Passions

Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India About Blog A website with many south indian and north indian recipes, baking recipes and few international recipes. all recipes include stepwise pictures which makes it easy even for beginners to cook.Hope you enjoy your time here! Frequency 1 post / day Blog sharmispassions.com
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24. First Timer Cook

India About Blog A blog about how simply cooking can be done, how easily cooking can be learned Frequency 3 posts / month Blog firsttimercook.com
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25. Kannamma Cooks

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog A Collection of Tamil Nadu Recipes, Tamil Cuisine, Kongunad Recipes. Easy Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian dishes with step by step pictures. Frequency 1 post / day Blog kannammacooks.com
Facebook fans 461.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 5.5K ⋅ Domain Authority 39 ⋅ Alexa Rank 339.9K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

26. GKFoodDiary | Indian Food Recipes for Babies, Toddlers and Kids

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India About Blog A Healthy Indian Food Blog for Babies, Toddlers and Kids with step by step pictures. Homemade Indian baby food recipes , Easy and healthy Indian recipes Frequency 2 posts / quarter Also in Kids Food Blogs, Baby Food Blogs Blog gkfooddiary.com
Facebook fans 150.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 73 ⋅ Instagram Followers 4.3K ⋅ Domain Authority 24 ⋅ Alexa Rank 366.6K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

27. Ruchiskitchen

About Blog A food blog all about healthy, simple and innovative new recipes. Collection of world cuisines featuring everything from baking to cooking basics, home organization and cooking tips. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog ruchiskitchen.com
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28. Spiceitupp

Basel, Basel-Stadt, Switzerland About Blog No complicated #cooking in my kitchen! Simple,fuss-free dishes made with love & a dash of spice! blogger on how to cook Indianfood & Use spices with ease! Frequency 2 posts / month Blog spiceitupp.com
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29. Chitra's Food Book | Indian Vegetarian recipes

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog An Indian vegetarian food blog with healthy,easy,South Indian,North Indian,International and eggless baking recipes with step by step photos Frequency 1 post / week Since Jan 2010 Blog chitrasfoodbook.com
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30. My Tasty Curry

New Delhi, Delhi, India About Blog An Indian Food blog Tasty recipes and Healthy Cooking Recipe Frequency 1 post / day Blog mytastycurry.com
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31. Vidhya's Vegetarian Kitchen

United States About Blog A vegetarian food blog with unique and interesting recipes from all over the world mainly focused on South Indian Cuisine. From traditional, authentic recipes to fusion and eggless bakes, you can find it all in Vidhya's vegetarian kitchen. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog vidhyashomecooking.com
Facebook fans 30.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 1 ⋅ Instagram Followers 24.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 6 ⋅ Domain Authority 38 ⋅ Alexa Rank 465.4K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

32. Cookilicious

Orlando, Florida, United States About Blog Hi! Welcome to Cookilicious. I am Priya Lakshminarayan, the recipe developer, food photographer, creative writer, and the face behind Cookilicious! Cookilicious is a food blog focusing on easy-to-make vegetarian/vegan meals. Through recipe development & drool-worthy pictures, you get a peek into my kitchen. Frequency 3 posts / month Blog cookilicious.com
Facebook fans 14.8K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 4.3K ⋅ Social Engagement 5 ⋅ Domain Authority 39 ⋅ Alexa Rank 493.1K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

33. Maunika Gowardhan

United Kingdom About Blog Maunika Gowardhan. Indian chef and food writer. My food influences stem from traditional home cooking, creating authentic and delicious Indian dishes full of flavor and spice. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog maunikagowardhan.co.uk
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34. Saffron Trail | Healthy Vegetarian Cooking

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog Welcome to my blog, where I simplify healthy eating for you. Easy and quick, with a reasonably short list of easily available ingredients, these are the kind of recipes you'll find on my blog. I also share with you my thoughts on nutrition, healthy eating and mindfulness. I hope my blog helps you in a small way to eat and live healthier. Frequency 1 post / month Since Mar 2006 Also in Healthy Eating Blogs Blog saffrontrail.com
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35. Jeyashri's Kitchen | South Indian recipes, North Indian recipes And Eggless Baking

Singapore About Blog Jeyashri's Kitchen is vegetarian food blog with over 1000 plus recipes with detailed step wise instructions. This website has a good collection of South Indian, North Indian and international recipes and also includes Eggless baking recipes too. Frequency 1 post / day Since Aug 2009 Blog jeyashriskitchen.com
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36. Sangskitchen

About Blog Sangskitchen is a cooking website for Indian veg and non-veg recipes. Frequency 1 post / week Blog sangskitchen.com
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37. Cooking with Shail

About Blog I am a lawyer by profession but it is my passion to cook and experiment with different tastes and cuisines. I started with simple day to day recipes and realised how much I loved to cook. Follow this blog where you can find my recipes. Frequency 1 post / month Since Feb 2018 Blog alawyerskitchen.wordpress.com
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38. Cooking with Thas

London, England, United Kingdom About Blog A step-by-step visual guide to effortless cooking. Thas presents simple and healthy recipes along with traditional recipes from her family. Frequency 1 post / week Blog thasneen.com/cooking
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39. Yummy O Yummy

United States About Blog A gourmet dictionary of over 750 simple recipes ranging from breakfast, kids recipes, vegan, non-vegetarian to Kerala dishes to make cooking fun. Frequency 1 post / week Blog yummyoyummy.com
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40. Blend with Spices

Madrid, Spain About Blog A website with many traditional South Indian and North Indian recipes for everyday cooking. You will also find some eggless baking recipes for beginners. Lots of recipes with photographs! Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog blendwithspices.com
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41. Cooking From My Heart

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog One stop shop for all easy & simple tested recipes! Frequency 26 posts / quarter Blog cookingfromheart.com
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42. Passionate About Baking

Gurgaon, Haryana, India About Blog Deeba Rajpal Food writer, stylist and recipe developer Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog passionateaboutbaking.com
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43. SECONDRECIPE

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia About Blog I am Bhavana and this is my little world of recipes. I have been in IT for 15+ years and have always loved writing. My husband Gaurav and I, love to cook, click and host people. So when people kept asking us for recipes, we knew it was time to pen it down and share it with the world. Collection of easy homemade recipes which have been given a healthier twist.We love revisiting our daily recipes, mostly vegetarian or vegan. Frequency 4 posts / month Blog secondrecipe.com
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44. Cook's Hideout

New Jersey, United States About Blog This blog is my recipe journal(mostly Andhra recipes) where I write about the new (and old) recipes that I have tried in my kitchen. Most of the dishes here are Indian, focusing more on South Indian cuisine. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog cookshideout.com
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45. Mildly Indian

Malaysia About Blog Trot around the world, savor the flavors. Frequency 3 posts / week Blog mildlyindian.com
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46. Spoon Fork And Food

India About Blog This blog is a collection of good food and fond memories that remind me of my mum's home cooked food, those that transport me to distant moments of childhood or shared happy times with loved ones, friends and family. Frequency 5 posts / month Blog spoonforkandfood.com
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47. Masalakorb

Germany About Blog Innovation from Padma's kitchen & discovering my hidden passion for Photography Frequency 1 post / week Blog masalakorb.com
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48. My Diverse Kitchen

Kochinda, Odisha, India About Blog When I started this blog my focus was an attempt to collect, put together and share the recipes from our traditional Palakkad Iyer cuisine. All the recipes on this blog have been tried out in my kitchen and largely reflect our preferences. Frequency 1 post / month Also in Kochi Blogs Blog mydiversekitchen.com
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49. Simply TADKA

New Delhi, Delhi, India About Blog Preeti an Indian food blogger shares her cooking and food photography expriences. Frequency 1 post / week Blog simplytadka.com
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50. The Big Sweet Tooth

United Arab Emirates About Blog A blog where I share my trial and errors in my kitchen. Welcome to my little space, filled with awesome food and sweet nothings. Frequency 3 posts / week Since Jan 2013 Blog thebigsweettooth.com
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51. Eat More Art

About Blog Eat More Art is an award winning vegetarian food blog an ambrosia celebrating love, beauty, and wholesomeness on a platter. Through my passion, creativity, and art that I express here on this blog, I intend to positively touch and inspire the lives of many around the world, by encouraging them to cook/eat more artfully and with love, and have a positive impact on their mind, body, and soul. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog eatmoreart.org
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52. Cooking Curries

Seattle, Washington, United States About Blog Manju a food blogger and recipe developer making real food with real ingredients with a touch of spice. So pretty much what she make in her kitchen, that is Indian, is a curry of some kind, even if it is not called so. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog cookingcurries.com
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53. Saffron Streaks

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog Food-travel blog featuring traditional Indian recipes, with global flavours. We write about history behind the recipe or food, the modern trends in food. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog saffronstreaks.com
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54. gosumItup | with all bells and whistles

Gurgaon, Haryana, India About Blog Sumit Malhotra Goes & Sums it Up - Reviews, Recipes, Travels & Rants. Sumit Malhotra's expression engine that records my experiences, cooking & more. Frequency 1 post / week Blog gosumitup.com
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55. Sandhya's recipes

About Blog Medley of delicious indian and international recipes from my kitchen. Frequency 1 post / day Blog sandyathome.com
Facebook fans 18K ⋅ Twitter followers 5 ⋅ Instagram Followers 524 ⋅ Domain Authority 19 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.5M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

56. Nitha Kitchen

About Blog Nitha Kitchen covers traditional and fusion Indian/International recipes. Most of them are healthy with step by step pictures and explanations. Frequency 3 posts / month Since Mar 2012 Blog nithaskitchen.com
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57. Aharam

About Blog I am a vegetarian (egalitarian, I guess, because I bake using eggs), but I watch all kinds of cooking shows and read all kinds of culinary arts books because the techniques fascinate me. I also find chefs in most restaurants only too glad to share tips and tricks, and regularly badger them! I hope you enjoy my posts as much as I enjoy writing them. Frequency 3 posts / week Blog aahaaramonline.com
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58. Allo Innoware

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India About Blog Allo Innoware is India's Foremost Health First Kitchenware Brand providing Healthy Kitchenware across India. In this blog, you will find new and interesting Recipes, Food & Kitchen hacks, and much more. Frequency 1 post / month Since Apr 2020 Blog alloinnoware.com/blogs/recipes
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59. Jolly Homemade Recipes

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog The journey of Jolly is something for the books. Jolly started in a small store in Binondo as a homegrown brand with a simple vision behind it, and that is to provide as many homes with a range of top quality products. Are you looking for simple recipes which are easy, tasty and most importantly user friendly? Then this is the right place for you. All recipes are tried and tested! Frequency 2 posts / month Since Mar 2014 Blog jollyhomemaderecipes.com
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60. When A Bong Cooks

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog When A Bong Cooks is a sneak peek to a Bong kitchen who believes that food is a religion and demands much devotion. Cooking and sharing the same. Frequency 8 posts / quarter Blog whenabongcooks.com
Facebook fans 919 ⋅ Twitter followers 91 ⋅ Domain Authority 6 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

61. Traditionally Modern Food

United States About Blog A vegetarian blog with healthy South Indian and North Indian recipes, low calorie sweets and desserts, all explained with step by step pictures. Frequency 3 posts / week Since Apr 2014 Blog traditionallymodernfood.com
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62. Madraasi a tamilian tales

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog A tamilian food blog by Deepa, exploring different varieties of food with all the recipes she have tried out in her kitchen. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog madraasi.com
Facebook fans 18.9K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 3 ⋅ Domain Authority 24 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.4M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

63. But first, Chai

Abu Dhabi, Abu Zaby, United Arab Emirates About Blog An Indian expat residing in Abu Dhabi sharing halal-only delicious Middle East and Indian recipes that are taste-tested by Mr F, her better half. Frequency 1 post / day Blog butfirstchai.com
Twitter followers 44 ⋅ Instagram Followers 2.6K ⋅ Domain Authority 28 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.7M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

64. Flavor Quotient

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog A blog to share my passion for cooking and creating something to delight others.. Frequency 1 post / month Blog flavorquotient.com
Facebook fans 2.8K ⋅ Twitter followers 361 ⋅ Social Engagement 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 36 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.8M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

65. Foods And Flavors

United States About Blog An Indian food blog with quick easy vegetarian recipes from north Indian cuisine to south Indian cuisine and just about everything in between. Frequency 1 post / day Blog foodsandflavorsbyshilpi.com
Facebook fans 100.7K ⋅ Twitter followers 60 ⋅ Social Engagement 48 ⋅ Domain Authority 24 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.8M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

66. PhenoMenal World | Food, Travel & Experiences

India About Blog Phenomenal World is the blog by Pravin Menon on the best of life experiences, food,beverages, recipes, adventure, product reviews, automobile reviews, book reviews, travel, haiku and photography. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Since Jul 2004 Blog phenomenalworld.in
Facebook fans 1.3K ⋅ Twitter followers 22 ⋅ Domain Authority 23 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.8M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

67. Sharmi's Kitchen

United Arab Emirates About Blog This blog is about different types of Indian and continental cuisines. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog sharmiskitchen.com
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68. PhenoMenal World | Different Tastes of Life

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog Phenomenal World is the blog by Pravin Menon on the best of life experiences, food,beverages, recipes, adventure, product reviews, automobile reviews, book reviews, travel, haiku and photography. Also search google by Phenomenal tastes. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog phenomenalworld.in
Facebook fans 1.3K ⋅ Twitter followers 22 ⋅ Domain Authority 23 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.8M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

69. LOVE TO COOK

Abu Dhabi, Abu Zaby, United Arab Emirates About Blog A food blog with recipes of breakfast, main course, desserts, cakes, kababs, curries, snacks and juices. Frequency 9 posts / quarter Blog shanazrafiq.com
Facebook fans 238.6K ⋅ Twitter followers 377 ⋅ Social Engagement 28 ⋅ Domain Authority 22 ⋅ Alexa Rank 3.1M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

70. The Colors Of Indian Cooking | A Hollywood Screenwriter, A Bollywood Kitchen

California, United States About Blog So How Did An Italian Start Cooking Indian? Well, I've been cooking Indian food for 20 years. I'm always learning and love to share my knowledge and love of Indian cooking with others. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog thecolorsofindiancooking.com
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71. Vegetarian Tastebuds

Singapore About Blog A food blog with recipe videos on delicious vegetarian recipes from Indian as well as world cuisine, which are super easy to follow and prepare. Frequency 1 post / day Blog vegetariantastebuds.com
Facebook fans 14.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 124 ⋅ Domain Authority 26 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.4M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

72. Bong Mom's CookBook

India About Blog A Bong mom Blogging about Food, Bengali Food, Indian Food, Bengali Recipes,Cooking and Parenting.Ilish to Chingri, Ghonto to Posto, Maacher Jhol to Mangsho Frequency 1 post / month Blog bongcookbook.com
Facebook fans 15.6K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.3K ⋅ Social Engagement 3 ⋅ Domain Authority 38 ⋅ Alexa Rank 3.7M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

73. Lisa's Vegetarian Kitchen

London, England, United Kingdom About Blog A vegetarian cook for many years, Lisa shares her collection of delicious and healthy recipes at foodandspice.blogspot.com, with an emphasis on spicy Indian dishes. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog foodandspice.com
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74. Patiaala House

Bangkok, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Thailand About Blog 'Patiaala House' is the royal crown that we are adorning our newest restaurant in the colorful city of Bangkok!! At Patiaala House, our fine dining restaurant you can expect to be indulged into a regal Punjabi and North Indian cuisine experience. Our professionally trained Chefs are ready to dish out for you such delightful flavours that have long satiated the appetite of the royalty. Frequency 2 posts / month Since Oct 2019 Blog blog.patiaalahouse.com
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75. Shobha's Food Mazaa

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India About Blog Food Mazaa is a one stop blend of many cuisines. Come let's have fun with the art of scrumptious cooking, the tantalizing sense of taste and the wonderful world of aromatic flavours . Frequency 1 post / week Since Aug 2009 Also in Mumbai Food Bloggers Blog shobhasfoodmazaa.com
Facebook fans 23.2K ⋅ Twitter followers 623 ⋅ Social Engagement 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 30 ⋅ Alexa Rank 4M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact

76. Food with creation

India About Blog Keep up with Indian recipes with Food with creation. Frequency 1 post / month Blog foodwithcreation.com
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77. At My Kitchen

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78. Give Me Some Spice

Cambridge, England, United Kingdom About Blog Welcome to Give Me Some Spice. It features Authentic Traditional Indian Vegetarian Recipes with step-by-step instructions by Mina Joshi. Her blog features quick and easy time saving recipes. Her mission is to share her authentic recipes. Frequency 3 posts / quarter Since Apr 2009 Also in UK Vegetarian Blogs, Cambridge Blogs Blog givemesomespice.com
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79. Nithi's Click n Cook

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India About Blog I'm Nithya, I grew up eating seasonal, local, freshly made food all from my Mom's kitchen. If you LOVE everyday, easy, delicious food, then you most certainly will enjoy your stay here. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog nithisclickncook.com
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80. RumiCooks

About Blog A blog about the food of Assam, India. The uniqueness and methods of cooking by Assamese people. Frequency 3 posts / month Since Aug 2016 Blog rumicooks.com
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81. MUMMY RECIPES

India About Blog Mummy recipes are all about how to make recipes in an easy way as well as with simple things that we find in our kitchen. Follow to get updates. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog mummyrecipes.in
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82. RumiCooks.com

Assam, India About Blog RumiCooks is a food blog based in Assam that covers topics on food and recipes basically on Assamese cuisine, news, interviews, food product reviews and places to eat and travel in Assam. Frequency 1 post / week Since Aug 2016 Blog rumicooks.com
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83. Anglo-Indian Food

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog Authentic Recipes of Colonial Anglo-Indian Cuisine. Lip smacking recipes of popular and traditional Anglo-Indian Food. Old forgotten dishes now revived to suit present day tastes and palates. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog anglo-indianfood.blogspot.com
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84. Kitchen Corner-Try It

About Blog A collection of recipes, cakes, baking articles and much more. Frequency 1 post / week Blog kichencorner.blogspot.com
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85. Subbus Kitchen | Indian Vegetarian Recipes

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India About Blog Subbu's Kitchen is an Indian Vegetarian Kitchen which has a collection of traditional as well as modern day Indian recipes which are presented in easy step by step pictures which can help even a beginner to cook like a pro. Frequency 1 post / week Blog subbuskitchen.com
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86. The Classroom by La Folie

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India About Blog The Classroom is a culinary cooking class in Mumbai. This blog is a collection of easy cooking recipes in The Classroom. Quick recipes for all kinds of courses and meals - with a vast range of options for easy to cook recipes for all cuisines. Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Mar 2020 Blog theclassroombylafolie.com/bl..
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87. Yummy Food

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India About Blog Welcome to my blog. I am Lubna Karim, the face behind 'Yummy Food'. A science student turned into a management graduate finally ending up in the kitchen, experimenting, and experiencing the joys of cooking. Frequency 1 post / day Since Jul 2008 Blog kitchenflavours.net
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88. My foodarama

India About Blog The recipe place for Indian food, cakes, bakes, and fusion cuisine. Indian recipes, non-vegetarian recipes, video recipes, Indian food, kids lunch box ideas, kids meals, cake recipes, vegan recipes, vegetarian recipes, and much more. Frequency 2 posts / week Since Oct 2010 Blog reshmaseetharam.com
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89. Addicted to Curry

About Blog A growing food blog filled with quick and easy Indian inspired dinner recipes. Ranging from classic homestyle dishes, restaurant and takeout and special holiday food. Frequency 1 post / week Since Feb 2017 Blog addictedtocurry.ca
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90. Kj recipe

Gujarat, India About Blog In my blog, you will find a variety of recipes, homemade recipes, recipes in Hindi, Desi style recipes, cooking for home, and many other recipes. Follow the blog to know more. Frequency 5 posts / quarter Since Jul 2020 Blog kjrecipe32.blogspot.com
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91. From The Corner Table

Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India About Blog A chance encounter, a simple question, a trip down nostalgia lane and the urge to share stories all this and a pinch of more prompted me to finally start this blog. You will find Travel (mis)adventures, Kitchen tales and Inspiring conversations - stories from a girl out to achieve her simple dreams Frequency 4 posts / quarter Since Nov 2017 Blog fromthecornertable.in
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92. Pakashastra

About Blog I'm Ashwinie Bangaradka Musti, the face behind Pakashastra. Here you'll find hundreds of from-scratch recipes that are inspired by all-time favorites and recipes that have been passed down to me. There are also plenty of helpful kitchen tips and tricks that will encourage you to cook with confidence. Pakashastra has only Lacto-vegetarian food recipes. There is no use of egg, gelatin, artificial food dyes, hydrogenated vegetable shortening in any of my recipes. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog pakashastra.com
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93. Vinaya's Culinary Delights

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India About Blog Authentic Vegetarian Cuisine authored by Vinaya Prabhu. Frequency 8 posts / month Blog vinayasculinarydelights.com
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94. Food Blogs India

New Delhi, Delhi, India About Blog Feel the taste of amazing Indian dishes. Frequency 18 posts / quarter Blog foodblogsindia.com
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95. Delish and healthy foods

About Blog Hi Friends, Welcome to Delishandhealthyfoods! I am Dharani Natarajan. Here, I share both veg and nonveg cooking recipes. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Blog delishandhealthyfoods.com
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96. The Ghee Spot

Los Angeles, California, United States About Blog With the hyper-convenience of modern life, many of us settle for the Indian takeout around the corner that pretends to be Punjabi. Enjoying a home-cooked Punjabi meal is now a luxury and nearly impossible to find. At The Ghee Spot, we're keeping it simple and traditional-ish. Things I grew up with as a typical Punjabi farm kid, with some fusion recipes on the side. Frequency 3 posts / month Blog thegheespot.net
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97. Nativ Chefs

Nagpur, Maharashtra, India About Blog NativChefs is an online platform based in Nagpur for home-chefs cooked, that serves traditional homemade food, prepared fresh & ready to deliver. Frequency 1 post / month Blog nativchefs.com
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98. Sunday Funday Recipe

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India About Blog We share Delicious and Healthy Food (Recipes) like immunity boosters for covid-19, breakfasts, snacks, vegetarian recipes, deserts. Kitchen Tips and Tricks which make our cooking easy and fast. Frequency 1 post / day Blog sundayfundayrecipe.com
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99. Culinary Xpress

Bhubaneshwar, Odisha, India About Blog Hi, I am Alka, a Food Blogger, Photographer, Food Stylist based at Odisha. Here I share my passion for home-cooked food which is fairly quick and simple to follow and make. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Since Sep 2014 Blog culinaryxpress.com
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100. Tasty Recipe Lovers

About Blog At tasty recipe lovers, we provide you with a wide range of topics from all the tasty recipes you can think of from vegans, vegetarians, meat-eaters we got you all covered! Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog tastyrecipelovers.com
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101. Aroma of Kitchen

India About Blog Hello and Namaste. I am Urvashi Singh. Cooking is my hobby and my husband inspire me to explore this from our Kitchen to the world. The aroma of Kitchen is a food blog that covers mostly Indian but some International cuisine as well. We will always share recipes that are already cooked and tasted by us. Frequency 1 post / week Blog aromaofkitchen.com
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102. Culinary Xpress - Creating Magic with Everyday Cooking

Bhubaneshwar, Odisha, India About Blog I am Alka, Blogger, Photographer, Food Stylist, Recipe Developer and the driving force behind this blog. Here, I share my passion for home cooked food which I capture through my lenses . I am a self-taught cook and a Photographer who try to create magic with everyday cooking. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Since Aug 2014 Also in Culinary Blogs Blog culinaryxpress.com
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103. Kanupriya

About Blog At kanupriya, we work towards nutrition planning and guidance before and after pregnancy for both mom and baby in order to make mealtime delicious and nutritious. Visit the site now to inculcate healthy eating within your family. Frequency 1 post / week Blog kanupriyakhanna.in/blog
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104. Divya's Nalabhagam

About Blog Simple vegetarian, nutritious and tasty home style recipes. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog divyasnalabhagam.blogspot.com
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105. Spice your Life!

India About Blog A space to focus on Indian Vegetarian, Kid friendly dishes, Indian Traditional Dishes and not the least, Indian Diet for fitness and weight loss. Frequency 1 post / week Blog spicingyourlife.com
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106. MyYellowApron

California, United States About Blog Food & Photography. Through this blog, I am hoping to bring in my passion and love for a few things Cooking, Travel, Kids, Coffee, Clothes and in the interim learn more myself. Hope I am able to do justice to my PASSION. Frequency 1 post / week Blog myyellowapron.com
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107. Healthically

India About Blog A collection of easy and yummy, everyday vegetarian cooking and egg-less baking recipes which are healthy as well as delicious! My main focus is on recipes with whole grains, millet, low fat, and low sugar. Frequency 1 post / day Since Aug 2020 Blog healthically.com
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108. kitchen katta

About Blog KitchenKatta is place to share traditional Indian veg recipes which I would love to pass on and also fusion rec Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Jun 2012 Blog kitchenkatta.com
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109. Cooking With Shobana

Bangalore, Karnataka, India About Blog Shobana P Rao Cooking Enthusiast & Food Blogger, sharing a collection of Indian recipes, some cooking tips and useful hints. Frequency 2 posts / week Blog cookingwithshobana.com
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110. Kitchen e Kichu Khonn

India About Blog Sharmila loves everything traditional and cooks with the minimal of ingredients and time. Frequency 1 post / week Blog kichukhonn.blogspot.com
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111. CHARUS CUISINE

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112. Gastronomically Yours | A Food & Travel Blog

India About Blog We are here to share our experiences regarding food & travel across the globe. With a desire to cover every nook and corner of this earth, Gastronomically Yours is our new labour of love in the blogosphere. We are passionate about travelling the world, exploring and experiencing new cuisines, restaurants, recipes and most importantly sharing them with everyone. Frequency 14 posts / quarter Blog gastronomicallyyours.blog
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113. Vanita's Corner

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114. Chennai Foodie

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115. Nalabaagam

About Blog Follow this blog for regular updates on food recipes. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog en.nalabaagam.com
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116. Sweet Spicy Tasty

United States About Blog A blog on sweet spicy tasty food recipes. Frequency 1 post / month Blog sweetspicytasty.blogspot.com
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117. Reshlok

Hyderabad, Telangana, India About Blog A blog about simple and easy Indian recipes, Traditional Andhra recipes, Home remedies and International recipes. Frequency 13 posts / quarter Blog reshlok.com
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118. SmiShri's Carpe Diem-Spicy Eats

About Blog Welcome to SmiShri's Carpe Diem Spicy Eats! Experience the quick and easy way to spice up your life with delicious Indian Vegetarian Cooking . Simply Enjoy Maadi!! Frequency 3 posts / quarter Since Nov 2012 Blog smishri.blogspot.com
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119. Abu's Cookbook

India About Blog I am Abarna Gopinath, a Biotechnologist and a food and photography Blogger from India. In this food blog, I wish to share with you some interesting recipes, cooking and baking basics, my personal tips and tricks, and my cooking stories. Frequency 1 post / day Since May 2018 Blog abuscookbookabarna.blogspot.in
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120. mycurryveda

About Blog Hi there, I'm Shravani and Welcome to MyCurryVeda. This space is a reflection of my love towards cooking, my heritage, photography and many more. All the recipes here authentic or my creations, are shared with a lot of love and passion. Join me in this culinary adventure. Frequency 4 posts / month Blog mycurryveda.com
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121. Everyday Nourishing Foods

Hyderabad, Telangana, India About Blog If you want to make quick and simple recipes without compromising on taste and nutrient quotient, you are at the right place. This blog will have healthy vegetarian and vegan recipes made using local and seasonal fruits and veggies, whole grains, beans, lentils, healthy fats, that can be prepared at home from scratch without using any readymade or store-bought stuff. Frequency 4 posts / month Since May 2018 Blog everydaynourishingfoods.com
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122. Cocinanispolina

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123. Ur PointOfFood

About Blog Ur PointOfFood is a food and travel blog. It provides honest restaurant reviews and Travel news. Frequency 1 post / month Blog urpointoffood.com
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124. Sasas Veg recipes

About Blog Follow Sasas Veg recipes to get delicious Indian Vegetarian recipes. Frequency 1 post / week Since Mar 2018 Blog sasasvegrecipes.com
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125. Pune Food Spot

Pune, Maharashtra, India About Blog Follow Pune Food Spot to get articles related to food trends in Pune and Mumbai. Frequency 3 posts / quarter Since Jun 2015 Blog punefoodspot.com
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126. Food Learning

Uttar Pradesh, India About Blog Follow Food Learning to get pure vegetarian recipes. Frequency 2 posts / day Blog kgslearning.com
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127. The Magic Saucepan

Munich, Bayern, Germany About Blog The Magic Saucepan is a visual fete featuring healthy and seasonal dishes, mostly focusing on the authentic, traditional vegetarian food from the Indian subcontinent. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog themagicsaucepan.com
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128. PK's Kitchen Equations

Canada About Blog PK's Kitchen Equations is your destination for amazingly creative and tasty vegetarian recipes. You will find a huge collection of simple, quick and healthy recipes with a tiny healthy twist to them. Explore our site and you will always be back for more !! Frequency 1 post / month Blog pkskitchenequations.com
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129. Infusecooking

India About Blog This food blog will help you to find the healthy food recipes of Indian cuisine,continental cuisine and all types of snacks,salads and appetizers. Frequency 1 post / day Since Jun 2020 Blog infusecooking.com
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130. Flavors From India

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India About Blog I would like to blog about my journey with food. How it all started and how I became a, as my hubby puts it, great cook. As I am a Maharashtrian, my focus would be on sharing the delicacies of the state along with their importance and facts about the ingredients. I will try and make healthy recipes, keeping in mind today's changing lifestyle and the requirement to eat healthy. I will also try and share the health benefits of each of my recipe along with some simple and interesting tips. Frequency 1 post / day Blog flavorsfromindia.com
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131. Sarab's simple Kitchen

About Blog Follow to get food recipes from this blog. Frequency 1 post / quarter Since May 2018 Blog sarabkitchen.blogspot.com
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132. Harish Kitchen

New Delhi, Delhi, India About Blog HI IM HARISH! And I created My Food blog to share delicious, wholesome recipes and adventurous trips with you. I am a professional chef, I want to express my passion for food what I learned in a few years through this blog. I am passionate about healthy eating and I love creating recipes that will make you drool. Frequency 1 post / quarter Since May 2020 Blog harishkitchen.com
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133. Daily Musings - Everyday Recipes and More

About Blog In this blog, you will find easy to cook Indian Recipes, Vegetarian, Non-Vegetarian, Kongu, and Tamil Recipes, Gardening Tips, and opinions on current affairs. Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Jan 2006 Blog indosungod.blogspot.com
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134. Blogexplore

India About Blog Indian vegetarian recipes food blog with collection of easy and quick South Indian and North Indian recipes along with egg recipes.. Frequency 1 post / month Blog blogexplore.com/blog
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135. Tasty Appetite

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136. Sugi's Kitchen

India About Blog I'm Sugirtha Malar. Recipe developer, photographer, and a mom to 2 loving kids. My passion is to share the foods my family and I love with all of you in a very short and crisp videos along with my hubby's motivation! Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Aug 2011 Blog youtube.com/user/SugirVisual..
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137. Punjabi Food Recipe

India About Blog In Punjabi Food Recipe channel I share my Cooking Experience with all the people who face difficulties in how to make dishes for family members in restaurant styles? where to add ingredient? how many time cook one ingredient on the flame? All Questions arise in mind so you do not need to worry about this our Punjabi food recipe channel solve all these questions. In all Videos, we show you everything with quantity and cooking procedure also written form guidelines. Since Sep 2019 Blog youtube.com/channel/UCOxi..
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138. Mint's Recipes

Kolkata, West Bengal, India About Blog A food blog with delicious Indian vegetarian dessert and appetizer recipes In Hindi and English. Make this to create a lifetime of cherished memories! Frequency 30 posts / year Blog mintsrecipes.com
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139. Indian Food Freak

India About Blog India's leading travel, lifestyle and restaurant review website committed to share enriching content. Find restaurant reviews of the major restaurants in Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida & NCR. Frequency 2 posts / year Blog indianfoodfreak.com
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140. Cooking Is Easy

India. About Blog Every day Indian and Kerala recipes along with some baking recipes and international recipes with step by step pictures. Frequency 20 posts / year Blog nisahomey.com
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141. Chef In You | Making Vegetarian And Vegan Recipes Easy

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142. Samira's Recipe Diary

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143. Indian Food Express | A food blog with simple and tasty recipes

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India About Blog Indian Food Express is the brain-child of Geetha Sridhar, of Master Chef Fame -Season 4. Yes, didn't want to restrict the thoughts to few south indian recipes as well I believe that even sky isn't the limit. Cooking is a passion or simply a thing that bonds me together and Indian Food Express makes that possible. Frequency 11 posts / year Since Aug 2014 Blog indianfoodexpress.in
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144. Pooja's Cookery

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145. Hyderabadi Ruchulu

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146. Quiche 'n' Tell

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147. The Cuisine Delight

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148. Tarla Dalal | Vegetarian Food Recipes

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150. Anju Vijay | My personal blog about health food and travel

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5 MEALTIME CUSTOMS

A Mexican desayuno (breakfast) usually includes coffee and pan dulce (sweet rolls), though eggs are also eaten on occasion. Huevos rancheros , served with tortillas and beans, is also a popular breakfast dish. Comida (lunch), the main meal of the day, is eaten between 1 and 3 P.M. It may consist of soup, a meat dish, rice, tortillas, coffee, and dessert. Cena , supper, is typically a light meal eaten after 9 p.m. However, in Mexico City and other urban areas, dinner can be an elaborate meal, eaten in one of many restaurants.

Huevos Rancheros (Ranch-Style Eggs)

Ingredients

  • 4 corn tortillas
  • ¼ cup vegetable oil
  • 2 cups salsa, room temperature (from the supermarket)
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1 cup white cheese (such as Monterrey Jack), grated
  • 1 avocado, sliced

Procedure

  1. In a skillet, heat oil (about ½-inch deep) over medium to high heat.
  2. Add 1 tortilla at a time and fry each for about 5 seconds until softened but not crisp. Place on paper towels to drain.
  3. Heat a small amount of vegetable oil in a large skillet over medium to high heat break the 4 eggs into the skillet and fry them, 2 to 3 minutes per side (or until the whites are cooked and the yolk is no longer runny).
  4. Place a tortilla on each of 4 dinner plates, topping each tortilla with a fried egg.
  5. Pour ½ cup of salsa over each egg and top with ¼ cup cheese and a few slices of avocado.

Snacks are called antojitos (literally, "little whims") and are eaten at any time of the day. An antojito might be a beefsteak taco, a tostada (a fried, flat tortilla, often topped with chopped tomatoes, onion, lettuce, and cilantro), or a sope (a lightly grilled corn dough, often served with salsa or beans). A schoolchild's lunch may consist of a torta (a sandwich of cheese, avocado, and sausage, or chicken on a bread roll) or a quesadilla (a folded flour tortilla filled with melted cheese). Street vendors sell slices of pineapple, jicama (a sweet root vegetable) with a wedge of lime, and elotes (steamed corn on the cob served with butter and shredded cheese). Ice cream and fruit ices are popular as well. Though American fast food has entered Mexican diet, street stands and market stalls continue to make and sell traditional Mexican foods.


Watch the video: Lotta und das indische Essen (December 2021).