Flavors of India: Andhra Pradesh – Event Announcement

When I hosted my last event, Favorite Recipe: Non-Indian Food, an idea crept in my mind of why not host an event to know the various cuisines in India…

So shared the idea with Pallavi from Cook Eat Burpp.. and we both decided to take it up on an alternate basis… We will take up a state per month (in alphabetic order)…

So here comes the first Flavor Of India, Andhra Pradesh..  So lets get in all the flavors of Andhra in our kitchen and prepare some authentic Andhra dishes like Biryani, Pesarattu, Pappu Koora,  and many many others..

April

Rules for the event:

  1. You must cook and post the recipe on your blog pertaining to the theme only Authentic Andhra Food.
  2. Looking for fresh entries and to try out new recipes. So, no archived posts will be entertained.
  3. Only vegetarian dishes will be allowed. (Eggs in dishes are allowed).
  4. Multiple entries are welcome.
  5. Please provide a link of the event on your post. Usage of logo is optional but I would be happy if you could use it, as it helps spread word.
  6. Please link your recipe using the linky tool provided at the end of the post.
  7. Non bloggers are most welcome to participate. Send a mail to cookcookandcook@gmail.com  with the subject line as Flavors of India – Andhra Pradesh and with the following details:
    1. Your Name
    2. Recipe Name
    3. Pic of the recipe

Looking forward for some tasty recipes…:)

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Favorite Recipes : Non-Indian Food Roundup

Thank you for the lovely response to the Favorite Recipes: Non-Indian Food Event :)
I did receive a variety of recipes from various parts of the world..

Favorite recipes non indian The entries I got are as follows:

English Dishes:

Chocolate Scones

Chocolate Scones

Beet Fennel Salad

Beet Fennel Salad

Coconut Bread Pudding

Coconut Bread Pudding

Oats Almonds Cookies

Oats Almonds Cookies

Blackberry Fool

Blackberry Fool

Tofu choc pudding

Tofu choc pudding

Baked Eggplant Parmesan sandwich

Baked Eggplant Parmesan sandwich

Tools Moulded Chocolate

Tools Moulded Chocolate

Palmier: Heart Shaped Cookies

Thai Food:

Thai Green Curry

Thai Green Curry

Thai Green Papaya Salad

Thai Green Papaya Salad

Chinese Food:

Vegetable Manchurian

Vegetable Manchurian

Italian Food:

Lasagna

Lasagna

Roasted Herb Tomatoes

Roasted Herb Tomatoes

Spicy Garlic Bread

Spicy Garlic Bread

Whole Wheat Honey Buttermilk Bread

Whole Wheat Honey Buttermilk Bread

Gnoicci

Gnoicci

Mexican Food:

Mushroom Tortilla

Mushroom Tortilla

Mexican Pizza

Mexican Pizza

Guacamole

Guacamole

Avocado milk shake

Avocado milk shake

Easy Mexican Rice

Easy Mexican Rice

Seven Layer Burrito

Seven Layer Burrito

Mexican Lasagna

Mexican Lasagna

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Mexican Red Bean with Samoon Sandwich

USA Food:

Chocolate Chip Brownie Bar

Chocolate Chip Brownie Bar

Eggless Red Velvet cupcakes

Eggless Red Velvet cupcakes

Granola Bar

Granola Bar

Chocolate Cup Cakes

Chocolate Cup Cakes

Buttercream Frosting

Buttercream Frosting

Cinnamon rolls

Cinnamon rolls

Eggless Chocolate Cake

Eggless Chocolate Cake

Lebanese Food:

Lebanese Spinach pastry

Lebanese Spinach pastry

French Food:

Blood Orange Beignet

Blood Orange Beignet

Rosewater Macarons

Rosewater Macarons

Baked Ratatouille

Baked Ratatouille

Japanese Food:

Corn potage Soup

Corn potage Soup

Shirataki Noodle Stir Fry

Shirataki Noodle Stir Fry

Japanese Milk bread

Japanese Milk bread

Haitian Food:

Sauce Pois

Sauce Pois

Malaysian Food:

Sayur Lemak

Sayur Lemak

Iraqi Food:

Sambusac

Sambusac

Fusion Food:

Wasabi Tahini Chickpea Wrap

Wasabi Tahini Chickpea Wrap

NOTE:Click on the picture to take a look at the recipe.

Thank you all for the lovely entries.. Keep Cooking Keep Posting..!!

Favorite Recipes: Non IndianFood – Event Announcement

Hey friends this month I have got the opportunity to guest host a very famous event in the food blog world named ‘Favorite Recipes’ brainchild of an immensely talented blogger Swathi Iyer who blogs from  Zesty South Indian Kitchen

February.. a month of love with Valentine’s round the corner… Are you all planning for a romantic candle light dinner for your loved ones… I would love to do so myself.. I usually prepare only Indian dishes, but now wish to try some non-Indian dishes..

So all the bloggers tighten your aprons and put on your chef hats and start cooking in style.. Food of any cuisine is welcome.. Italian, Continental, Chinese, Thai, Mexican, French… Anything that is your favorite.. I would also love to know why that became your favorite food…

Favorite recipes non indian

Rules for the event:

  1. You must cook and post the recipe on your blog pertaining to the theme only Non-Indian Food, any cuisine apart from Indian.
  2. Looking for fresh entries and to try out new recipes. So, no archived posts will be entertained. Your post has to be between Feb 1st and Feb 28th, 2013.
  3. Multiple entries are welcome.
  4. Only Vegetarian recipes will be allowed. Eggs can be used for baking.
  5. Please provide a link of the event on your post. Usage of logo is optional but I would be happy if you could use it, as it helps spread word. Also provide the link to the main event announcement at Favorite Recipes Event
  6. Send a mail to cookcookandcook@gmail.com  with the subject line as Non Indian Food and with the following details:
    1. Your Name
    2. Recipe Name
    3. Blog Name
    4. Recipe URL (Please send the Recipe URL and not the blog URL)
    5. Pic of the recipe (If it is not on the blog)
  7. Non bloggers are most welcome to participate. Just send me the recipe details with a click of the recipe to the above mentioned email.

Looking forward for some lovely recipes…:)

Merry Christmas Celebrations – Event Announcement

With Christmas doing the rounds and just a month from now.. thought of hosting an event to get some nice savories for Christmas…

Planning a Christmas party anyone.. If yes, try out some nice relishing dishes.. cakes, cookies, muffins.. pastas, pizzas..  anything you want to serve in the party.. and link it here.. 🙂

Merry Chritmas Celebrations

Rules for the event:

  1. You must cook and post the recipe on your blog pertaining to the theme.
  2. Looking for fresh entries and to try out new recipes. So, no archived entries allowed.
  3. Only vegetarian entries will be allowed. Eggs can be used for Baking.
  4. Multiple entries are welcome.
  5. Please provide a link of the event on your post. Usage of logo is optional but I would be happy if you could use it, as it helps spread word.
  6. The recipe can be of any cuisine and follow any method of cooking.
  7. Use the linky tool below to link your entries here.
  8. If problems while linking, send a mail to cookcookandcook@gmail.com  with the subject line as Merry Christmas Celebrations and with the following details:
    1. Your Name
    2. Recipe Name
    3. Blog Name
    4. Recipe URL (Please send the Recipe URL and not the blog URL)
    5. Pic of the recipe (If it is not on the blog)
  9. Non bloggers are most welcome to participate. Just send me the recipe details with a click of the recipe to the above mentioned email.

Looking forward for some lovely party recipes this Christmas.. 🙂

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Mission Street Food Roundup

Thank you for the lovely response to the Mission Street Food Event 🙂

Mission Street Food

I got a whooping 149 entries for the event…:)

Sara from Sara’s Tasty Buds spent loads and loads of time in the kitchen… I loved her patience and the way she made so many snacks.. Checkout her recipes here, she sent 51 entries to me.. Can you believe that..

Sev Poori

Papdi Chat

Bhelpuri

Valaikkai Bajji

Channa Cutlet

Valaipoo Vadai

Chickpea Sundal

Peas Vegetable Sundal

Spinach bajji

Aloo mint chaat

Chickpea Masala sundal

Dosa Batter bonda

Fruit chaat

Masal vada

Paal kozukkatai

Peas sundal

Ulundu bonda

Mini Uttapam chat

Masala pori

Onion samoas

Chickpea salad

Chickpea chaat

Spinach Pakoras

Palak channa chaat

Samosa Kadhi Chaat

Mushroom kathi roll

Biscuit chaat

Dabeli

Dahi Chaat

Potato bonda

Murungai vada

Biscuit sev puri

Tomato chaat

Sev boondi chaat

Aloo mattar chaat

Mushroom Samosa

spicy Parantha

Stuffed chila

vada pav

Veg aval upma

Salt amini kozukkatai

Tomato Rice

veg utapam

Veechu Parota

Stuffed methi parantha

methi thepla

Sprouts vadai

Mint paratha

African Tea

Bread jamun

Masala peanuts

Suhani, you guys must not be knowing her, she is a non-blogger, but is really passionate about food. Suhani is from Rajasthan, and has been married for 2 years now.. And she says “cooking became my passion and need..stress buster..meditation..and what not” and seriously all this can be seen in the way she participated for the event.. Kuddos to you Suhani… You actually got the street food from several places for my event..:)

Aalu Puri

Aalu Paratha

Khandvi

Khaman Dhokla

Bread rolls

Sabudana Vada

Tawa Pulav

Lauki halwa

Raj kachori

Pani Puri

Idli sambhar

French fries

Fried rice

Kande Pohe

Dal pakode

Paneer tikka kathi roll

Punjabi samosa

Sattu ke paranthe

Paneer chop

Cheese open sandwitch

Vegetable kachori

Aloo bade

Bainguni

Gulab jamun

Kabuli chana chat

Vegetable chowmein

Aloo chop ki chaat

Potato Sandwich

Hing ki kachori

Chole Bhature

Bread Pakora

Papdi Chat

Egg Roll

Moong dal kachori

Yogurt Veg Sandwich

Mix Veg Pakoras

Egg Devil

Apple Rabri

Bhel puri

Kachori chaat

Mirchi Wada

Momos

Pyaz Cheela Pakoda

Banana Shake

Pallavi from Cook Eat Burpp, was the one who gave me motivation to start this event.. 🙂 Thanks Pallavi.. see its become huge.. and loved all the entries she has sent.. some real nice stuff from her kitchen..

Mirchi Vada

Peas Peanut Paratha

Subzi Sandwich

Peas Carrot Upma

Spicy Paneer Wrap

Masala Baby Corn Wrap

Ragda Pattice

Spring Rolls

Bateta Dungri Poha

Baby Corn Manchurian

Paneer Parantha

Sabudana-vada

Cheese pav bhaji

Bhaji dosa

Hot Paneer Quesadillas

Vada Pav

Preeti from Preeti’s Kitchen sent in some real tangy recipes.. The highlight would be the flavoured pani puri..:)

Idli Manchurian

Flavored Golgappe

Cookie sandwich

American Chopsuey

Cheesy Onion Rings

Dhokla Sandwich

Sprouts tomato rice

Oats and Sprouts Kebab

Khasta paneer roll

Priya from Priya’s Menu sent in some nice rich street drinks like badam milk and lassi.. Check them out..

Mexican Spicy Corn

Keerai Vada

Fruit Chat

Spiced Pineapple

Hot Badam Milk

Rose Milk Lassi

Nandita from Nan’s Yum Yums sent in some real lovely International stree food recipes.. All her recipes look delicious and yumm… 🙂

Stir-fry Veggie Wraps

Pumpkin and Spinach Pasta

Coconut Stuffed Sett Buns

Khara Buns

Eggless Wholewheat Pancakes

Harshada from Namak Shamak sent in some real delicious non-veg street food..:)

Tandoori Naan Sandwich

Sesame Crusted Chicken in Toasted Pitas

Tawa Pulao

Spicy Chicken Tikka Frankie

Yashodha from Yashodha Kitchen sent is some real tasty and tangy recipes..:)

Plantain Bajji

Masal Vadai

Bhel poori

Amy from Food Sri Lanka sent in some nice and colorful recipes all the way from Sri Lanka..:)

Cowpea Salad

Fresh Fruit Kebab

Babitha from Babi’s Cooking sent in real delectable dishes..

Thavala Vadai

Sabudana Kitchadi

Ramya from Ramyasvantalu sent in some lovely recipes.. do check them out..

Dry Fuit Milk Shake

Fried Chicken Noodles

Sajina from Sajina’s Taste sent a beautifully shaped tikkis..:)

Carrot Paneer Tikki

Shruthi from Food and Clicks sent a lovely and sassy sauce with samosas.. Will surely try the sauce out..:)

Samosa with Bluberry Curry Sauce

Sowmya from Nivedhanams sent in a tangy and hot Parantha recipe..

Chilli Parotta

Preethie from Follow Foodie sent a nice and hot Chicken 65…

Chicken 65

Blog Explore sent a nice and crispy Fritters… Loved your blog space..:)

Raw Banana Fritters

Janani from Red Chilly Curry sent a tangy Dahi Puri recipe, a very famous street food of north..

Dahi Puri

Shweta from Merry Tummy sent in the first entry for my event.. Thanks.. you have been lucky for me..:)

KADAI CHOLE

Kadai Chole

So since Sara has sent in most number of entries, 51… and Suhani on second position just missed it with 43 entries… The hamper goes to Sara.. Congratulations Sara.. Your hamper will reach you soon.. And all the others… you all did a wonderful job.. I am really really thankful to each one of you.. Since Participation is more important than winning.. 🙂

Keep cooking, Keep Eating and Keep Blogging..:)