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Friday, October 25, 2013

Turiya Patra nu Shak / Ridge Gourd and Colocassia Leaves curry - Guest Post

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Today's dish is shared at Shruti's  space called Cooking with SJ.  She belongs to same city in India and now settled in Australia but now a days with social media we are not that far. We talked practically every day and she told me to do guest post and I said why not.


She has a lovely blog with amazing dishes, Just like me , she also like to use paniyaram pan to make healthy dishes, one of my favorite is Baked Onion Pakora. her Dudh Pak / Gujju kheer reminds me good times back home. so guys check her out her space for my recipe as well as hers too.

To do a guest post,  one gujju blogger  to another , I  thought why not make 100% gujju dish. So here is the dish and link

cut Turiya

Ready Patra

cooking turiya


 

 



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19 comments:

  1. Wow.. a new recipe.. :) Off to Cooking with SJ's space for recipe

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  2. Something I don't know about yet Its sure a tempting dish. Need to head to the other space now.

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    1. you really like it with rice, try it Nava.

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  3. Such an authentuc Gujju dish, Linsy!!! :( Thank you so much for a lovely guest-post :)

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  4. I Love patra .Such a yummy snack with greens .With patra n ridge gourd the dish must be yummy.

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  5. Interesting,this is new to me.Thanks for linking this recipe to Gayathri's WTML Event.

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  6. This is so new to me... Looks nice

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  7. Linsy where did u get colacassia leaves here :( I usually buy frozen patra .Just loveit.Hopping over for the recipe.

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    1. we have it here in all Indian stores. its packed in plastic bag ,just like they kept curry leaves.

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    2. Oh ic I will find out then, thanks yaar.

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  8. Looks delicious I need to find colacassia leaves now.

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  9. Wow..I you are always surprising me with newer dishes whenever I land here in your blog!! great job dear!!

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  10. hmm.. i luv all patra dishes, this a new 1. to try

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  11. Looks real yummy ! Hopping over :)

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  12. superb recipe ..Ongoing event on
    http://savorindian.blogspot.com/2013/12/event-announcement-cooking-with-green.html

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