Gujarati Dhebra aur Sabzi Thali

Gujarati Dhebra aur Subzi Thali

Gujarati Dhebra aur Sabzi Thali features Dhebra the popular gujarati roti made with pearl millet flour. When it is flavoured with fresh methi leaves, it is called as Methi Dhebra. The Dhebras are normally served as a evening snack with some hot Elaichi wali Chai. You can also serve with Chundo the famous Gujju sweet […]

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Bengali Dhakai Paratha Nasta Thali

Bengali Dhakai Paratha

Bengali Dhakai Paratha Nasta Thali has the flaky Dhakai Porota, the traditional Bengali Paratha. These deep fried pooris are served with Cholar Dal Alu Diye, to complete the brunch for the sweet tooth with Misthti Bonde. I made this Nasta Platter wanting to showcase one of the most famous Bengali Street Food, the flaky layered […]

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Banarasi Kachori aur Sabzi Thali

Banarasi Kachori aur Sabzi Thali

Banarasi Kachori aur Sabzi Thali is a platter showcasing the popular Banarasi Kachori served with Raswale Aloo ki Subzi and Sitaphal subzi. Banaras ka khana is never complete without tasting these delicious deep fried Indian Pooris served with the very popular Sitaphal or Kaddu ki Subzi. Sitaphal refers to Red Pumpkin, it is also called […]

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South Indian Non Veg Thali Menu List 1 ~ Chicken

Chicken Non Veg Thali

This Chicken Non Veg Thali Menu List 1 features Chicken Donna Biryani along with other dishes to make a complete Thali for your Weekend Feast. South Indian Non Veg Thali has dishes showcasing different non veg dishes. We are starting our BM#116, Week 2 where I will be featuring Thalis featuring Regional Cuisines, highlighting the […]

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Rangoli Thali | Colourful Indian Food Thali

Rangoli Thali

Rangoli Thali or Colourful Indian Food Thali has colourful dishes complementing each other and make a balanced diet that pleases your senses and palate as well. I have not used any artificial colours to prepare the dishes. Everything has its natural colours. The dishes are adapted from from different Indian States. I have not used […]

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