Common Ingredients, Uncommon Food

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  1. Fish pickles are my favourite, specially the prawn ones! Yum! 😀
    Are dumplings and momos the same? I have tried non-veg momos, and they are just brilliant!
    I’m currently on a #foodventure to find foods which I can eat with braces. 😛 I do hope my efforts are rewarded soon, and I don’t have to survive on just soft rice and dal or khichdi!
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  2. Cherdo says:

    I think I love your blog, ha ha. What a great pairing: happiness and food.

  3. Vinitha says:

    Yummy post, Parul! I do food experiments in my own way, don’t dare to share it with anyone other than my husband and kid. 🙂

  4. rajlakshmi says:

    I love dumplings with soup inside … Did you try that in Hong Kong? Have always wondered how they managed to get the soup inside the dumpling.
    Sometimes I do my own quirky experiments – Laddu dipped in curd, Chunk of butter with puffed rice 😛
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  5. Soumya says:

    Ah chicken dumplings! I love them but they taste good only with the hot dipping sauce. Without that the dumplings are nothing.

    Food combinations are a favorite topic of mine. And I hate it when people combine ketchup with everything. I hate ketchup and think it should be banned ASAP.
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  6. Shantala says:

    I am not an experimenter when it comes to food. I like variety, I need it actually. But I play relatively safe and stick to tried and tested (at-least by someone else).
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  7. Ankita says:

    Your post is a heaven for foodies 😉

  8. Marie says:

    Your pictures are gorgeous! And mmmm….chutney.

  9. Roopa says:

    We do the same kind, however they are more of a dessert.. Need to try this version soon considering the health benefits…

  10. Goodness Parul you are the first person outside of my family who I’ve heard talking about pharas and who actually calls them that too. Not even my husband or my MIL know it. My mum makes them with urad daal and they aren’t closed all the way. The daal goes into a tiny boat shaped rotis made from rice flour. Aw I want some now.
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  11. Alok Singhal says:

    I don’t like to experiment much, have had some nasty experiences in the past. But i do support those who crave for something new, and thus experiment it for us 🙂

  12. Bellybytes says:

    Yes it’s strange how one ingredient like potato can be made in so many ways- fried, boiled, steamed, mashed, curried and I can go on and on! I love these food adventures and often try to guess what went in a dish and try and replicate it at home.

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