Amritsari Aloo Kulcha (Potato Stuffed Indian Bread) for ICC

For this month’s Indian Cooking Challenge (ICC), Valli wanted us to make an Indian bread, Amritsari Aloo Kulcha. After the April mega marathon where explored the dishes from all the Indian states, I’ve decided not to skip any ICC editions because it is a good opportunity to learn regional dishes from different parts of India. Also Valli always makes it a point to challenge us to try dishes that are unique and tries to get authentic recipes of the same. This month’s challenge fit right into our meal plan. While my in-laws were here we ate rotis at least 3~4…

Bajre Ki Khichdi (Pearl Millet/ Sajjala Khichdi)

Blogging Marathon# 42: Week 1/ Day 1 Theme: All about Millets Dish: Bajre Ki Khichdi Yet another month rolls by and today we are starting this month’s blogging marathon. Big difference for me is I’m joining the lovely BM gals only 2 weeks this month, because it is vacation time and we are packing for a month long trip to India — yay!!!!!! I wanted to skip this month altogether, but Valli’s themes pulled me in. So for the first week, I picked up a relatively easy theme, All about Millets. I have started cooking with millets about 5~6 years…

Gojju Avalakki/ Huli Avalakki/ Tangy Poha

Blogging Marathon# 40: Week 3/ Day 2 Theme: Unused BM# 39 posts Dish: Gojju Avalakki I was very confident that I had this week covered and wasn’t even worried about it until a few days ago. I thought I had lot of posts in the drafts but I didn’t realize that I used most of them up for CCChallenge (this and this in particular). So I looked through the papers where I jotted down my list of states and dishes to make for BM# 39.