Monthly Archives: January 2012

Cuisinart Electric Knife CEK-40 Review

Hi! If you are thinking about buying a Cuisinart electric knife, you might want to spend a couple of minutes reading this review as it might change your mind. Here you will find all you need to know about this … Continue reading

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Our No BS MorningWare Halo Oven Review

Hi and welcome to our MorningWare Halo Oven Review. Here you’ll find all the information you need to decide if this oven is what you’re looking or if you should choose something else. In this review starts with a short … Continue reading

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QUESTION: Make waffles in sandwich maker

Posted on January 20, 2012 by Charles Parson Hi, I have bought some betty crocker pancake mix. It also has recipe for waffles. I don’t have a waffle-maker at home, but a sandwich toaster this is a simple sandwich toaster and not … Continue reading

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Coconut Chutney Recipe

Posted on January 27, 2012 by Charles Parson Categories : Indian Cuisine Coconut chutney is a condiment that is traditionally served with dosa and idli. This recipe comes from Mangalore, in the South Indian state of Karnataka. Ingredients 1/2 coconut — scraped 2 green … Continue reading

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E-Mail In Recipe – Bombay Rice Curry

Categories : Indian Cuisine Hi, my name is Jimmy and I’ve just found your site, which looks wonderful. I love Indian cuisine and have been vegetarian for about 15 years now. I’d love to acquire some new recipes and thought I’d … Continue reading

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Sorrel Stew – Gongura Pulusu

Categories : Indian Cuisine Sorrel stew has a great special flavor to it that anyone who likes Indian food must try. When you cook your stew you should use non-toxic cookware like the OrGreenic complete set. This kind of cookware insures that … Continue reading

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Gram flour Yogurt Stew – Majjiga Pulusu

Categories : Indian Cuisine Try this nice Indian stew it has got a lot of flavor and is easy and quick to make. Always use non-toxic cookware when cooking so you don’t poison yourself and your family you can read more OrGreenic … Continue reading

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Fenugreek Yoghurt Stew (Menthi Majjiga)

Categories : Indian Cuisine Menthi Majjiga is an easy to make stew from southern India. This stew uses a lot of chilli so if you don’t like your food hot don’t use all the chillies. When you cook your food it … Continue reading

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Indian Spinach Stew – Palakoora Pulusu

Categories : Indian Cuisine Palakoora Pulusu is a great tasting and healthy stew that I recommend you try out. If you don’t like your food too hot you can reduce or even skip the chilli powder. To make sure your food stays … Continue reading

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QUESTION: Portable Gas Grill

Posted on January 20, 2012 by Charles Parson I’ll soon be in the market for a small “Go Anywhere” gas grill to carry in the pickup. I’ll want one that I can either use a one lb bottle or hook up a larger … Continue reading

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QUESTION: Gas Grill Output

Posted on January 18, 2012 by Charles Parson This is something I’ve been wondering about for a long time. I have had a nice stainless steel gas grill for several years. And it is nothing like the one in your Big Boss Grill review. I … Continue reading

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Mulligatawny Stew (Chaaru) Recipe

Categories : Indian Cuisine This is a great stew from the Southern part of India called Andhra Pradesh. Most of the food from this region is both spicy and hot. This stew is made without chilli so there is not risk of … Continue reading

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Sambar Recipe

Categories : Indian Cuisine “A teasing flavour, slightly sour, with the tang of tamarind. That’s the Andhra stew or pulusu for you. A pulusu is a stew – it is much like the sambar of Tamil nadu but without a dal. Chaaru on … Continue reading

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Yam Wadi Recipe

Categories : Indian Cuisine Wadi are also known as vadai.  Wadis are haped dough the size of a small doughnut, omitting the hole, but with a small depression in the center. They are fried in oil in a pan like the OrGreenic … Continue reading

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QUESTION: Red Sweet And Sour Sauce

Posted on January 08, 2012 by Charles Parson Categories : Chinese Cuisine I would like a sweet and sour sauce like the one in the Chinese restaurant, do you know it? ANSWER Here is a recipe I use but it is not as sweet or … Continue reading

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QUESTION: Garam Masala Recipe

Posted on January 07, 2012 by Charles Parson Categories : Indian Cuisine I discovered that there are more then one version of Garam Masala. The one I make is called Punjabi style and I use sweet curry. Could you please tell me what … Continue reading

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Stuffed Ladyfinger Curry – Bendaki Gutthi Kura

Categories : Indian Cuisine This is a recipe from Andhra Pradesh in  Southern India. This region of India is known for its hot and spicy food. If you like Indian food but don’t like it too hot then you can always reduce the amount of chilli. … Continue reading

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Stuffed Brinjal Andhra Curry

Categories : Indian Cuisine If you like food from Southern India then this recipe might be for you. It comes from Andhra Pradesh and like most recipes from there it can be a bit hot. If you don’t like your food hot you might … Continue reading

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