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usha shantharam Posted on Tue Apr 16 2013
Awesome recipe. :). This is on my menu today for lunch.Reply 0 - Replies
Neththra'sVision Posted on Tue Apr 16 2013
We call this another name for this yam and its one of my favorite food. You can boil this and eat with grated coconut as well, it's tasty. I can image the taste? when sambar powder, jaggery and Tamarin juice is mixed. I learned to make sambar powReply 0 - Replies
Hemant Trivedi Posted on Tue Apr 16 2013
The chef drools over the dish and this is always followed by "Look at it", tasting with closed rolling eyes.....!!Reply 0 - Replies
babyeshkar Posted on Tue Apr 16 2013
why cant I be the first viewer! Let me know when you post the recipes the Indian time.. I live in Aus.. one of ur dishes I will be the first viewer for sure! :-)Reply 0 - Replies
Nitu Chugani Posted on Tue Apr 16 2013
I love the way you eat!! Giggles....me too a cooking blogger!! Greetings from.spain!!Reply 0 - Replies
kanan1525 Posted on Tue Apr 16 2013
this is Gujarati papdi you at with arbi .. i .think you are gujaratiReply 0 - Replies
jeet ban Posted on Tue Apr 16 2013
I would have love to marry soemone like you instead of learnig cooking. Because u do it better n in a style. Thumbs upReply 0 - Replies
Jothi Basu Posted on Wed Apr 17 2013
it look so simple sure ill try this... thanksReply 0 - Replies
SP FL Tuts Posted on Tue Apr 16 2013
I'M HUNGRYReply 0 - Replies