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11 thoughts on “Happy Holi!!”
I LOVE your website. My husband and I always refer to it when trying to perfect our chana masala recipe!! We are also flirting with making some of the breads. Do you ever use a slow cooker for the beans?? I just got this book “The Indian Slow Cooker” by Anupy Singla and it is great for people who don’t have time to cook!
You literally put the dried beans in the pot with spices (on most of them) and push a button. I have been trying all the recipes & some of my experiences are here at
I would love to try some of your bread recipes & wonder which are the best gluten free options?? What flour would you substitute for wheat? Teff maybe??
Oops, I meant to write here:
You can see some of the photos of the Indian slow cooker food.
How do you feel about this method of cooking?
You are the best grandma! Happy Holi to you and your family! It is so important to pass down tradition to your family.
Hi Manjula Aunty,
Really loved your kachori and gujiya recipes….
A very happy holi to you and your family,
Namaste and here’s wishing you and your family a Happy Holi! Lovely photos, too.
Happy Holi! The food looks scrumptious, and the colors are gorgeous, too (love your blue!)
For many of us Indians, particularly vegetarians, your recipes are invaluable. I wish to express my gratitude for your wonderful work.
On a personal note, watching you cook is a real pleasure – your style has the homely, no-pretension feel to it. And you do things exactly how I am used to eating at home 🙂
Happy holi! Cute pictures
Hello manjula jee,, Happy holi…. Pictures are too good.. u seem to had lot of fun during holi with your family….
Nice pictures. It looks like you had a great time.
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