I am so excited about this event because it’s a combination of all the North, East and West Indian Flavors together. In my childhood I always thought North India means all other parts of India combined together except South. I know it sounds crazy right…..like…did you ever go to school or did you ever realize there is is west and the east part of India too?? Hmm…I knew it….but you know when it comes to food, most of the time we never differentiated it other than just north and south. As far as I remember, never heard of a recipe which was from west or the east part of India. Maybe I would have tasted few…but never differentiated it so much as we did the north and south.
First I hosted a event names “SIC” South Indian Cooking, which is still guest hosted by other blogger friends for two months since the 1st one in July 2012. It was a great success, where I received a total of 190 recipes.
From that day I wanted to host an event which will include all the rest 3 parts of India, i.e. north, east and west. so here I am finally hosting this event.
So hope this event is exciting to you all, as it’s to me!!
* Use of LOGO is MANDATORY, as it will help to spread the word and please link to this event announcement page.
* Event Start Date is Jan 5th and Ends on Mar 5th (a 2 month event).
* Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian recipes are allowed. Send all the entries to anu (dot) healthykitchen (at) gmail (dot) com.
* ANY number of entries are most welcome.
* Archived posts are also welcome, but please re-post it with the even logo and link to this event page, else the recipe will be deleted from the event (I hope you understand).
* Non-Bloggers are welcome to participate, send in your recipe to anu (dot) healthykitchen (at) gmail (dot) com.
This is a series event, if any of the blogger friends are interested to guest host it for future months you are most welcome. Please leave a comment here for the same or write to me at the above email id.
Hope to see all yummy and multi cuisine entries!! 🙂
|Aamras Murgh (Chicken in Spicy Mango Yoghurt Gravy)||Dahi Wada / Dahi Bhalle – Not Fried||Baked Maddur Vada / Savory Onion Crackers||Motichur Laddos / Sweet Indian Balls|
|Spicy Garlicky Potatoes / Lasaniya Bataka||Paneer Gulkand Burfi / Indian Cottage Cheese Fudge with rose petals||Protein Packed Idli Upma||Kaju Paneer Masala (Indian Cottage Cheese in Creamy Cashewnut Gravy)|
|Onion, Carrot & Radish Salad / Koshimbir||Carrot Fenugreek / Gajar Methi Sabzi||Kombdi Rassa – a Maharashtrian style Chicken Curry||Aachari Palak Methi Matar Malai|
|Oriya Semolina Manda||Paneer Methi Kofta Curry||Palak Paneer / Spinach & Cottage Cheese||Methi Matar Malai|
|Leftover Chapati with Tadka||Gujarati Muthia|