23 June, 2008

Update on MBP-Street Food

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With many requests pouring into my mail box, I am extending the deadline for MPB-Street Food to 30th June, 2008. So foodies, you still have got one more week to indulge yourself with all delicious Street Foods from fellow blogger’s blog. Please don’t forget to go through the guidelines and mail me the details. Mean while please do check July edition of MBP-Less is More guest hosted by lovely Nupur of One Hot Stove. My apologies to Nupur and Coffee for any inconvenience caused by me.

It was not difficult for me to choose our favourite street foods. We have been making these two lip smacking-ly delicious Bombay Pav Bhaji from dear Nupur’s blog and Khatta-Meetha Khaman Dhokla from lovely Trupti’s posts ever since we tried it few months ago. We highly recommend these two recipes for everyone who are very fond of Pav Bhaji and Khaman Dhokla which is not just delicious but very, very simple to cook.

Nupur's Bombay Pav Bhaji is my contribution for Zlamushka's T&T, Archana's OneD and Madhu's YRR events.

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Trupti's Khatta-Meetha Khaman Dhokla is my entry for dear Raaga's WBB-Express Breakfasts.

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18 comments:

  1. Oops... mine will autopublish tomorrow saying that it is the last day... maybe I can get to it in time and change it :-)

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  2. I'm glad everyone is getting more time to indulge in street food, dear Sia! It is definitely my favorite kind :)
    Thanks for trying the pav bhaji and I am so glad you enjoy this recipe!

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  3. Hey sia,
    Now thats what i call a nice co -incidence.I was just google-ing through ,for a recipe of spongy dhoklas,since the one i tried few days back were a disaster.I saved some recipes and was about to try ,when i saw the same on ur blog.
    Will let u know ,how these turned up today...wish me best of luck :-)

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  4. Yumm pav bhaji looksdelicious.
    Oh this time when i am in india i am going to indulge in street food, especially as i have see so many different street food these last days in blogs

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  5. Both look great Sia.. I need to give the dhoklas a try - looks perfect.

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  6. Trupti's dhokla has been tried ad tasted by me so many times! I have tried many of Nupur's dishes but never her PB since I just can't make it without onions.

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  7. Amazing Pav Bhaji and dhoklas. Even I have not made dhoklas before, should try it. The pictures have also come out very good Sia. Thanks for sending it to the event.

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  8. wow thats cool...was about to publish today,,,now can cook more for the event...thanbks ya...pav bhaji and dhokla look delicious,..

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  9. beautiful pics sia!!!pav bhaji is one popular post from nupur ..i have seen 2-3 other ppl made this too:)....really delicous...thanks for extending the date...i will send 1 soon:)

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  10. Nice , now I will not have to rush to send you my entry . thought I am going to make it today :) .
    You can send pav bhaji to " Tried and tested" too .

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  11. sounds good! the more the merrier:)

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  12. Oops... ! i dint noticed that you already mentioned it as a part of T & T :P.

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  13. wow Sia..both dishes looks very delicious...as usual nice photos.

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  14. yaaay!! i made something already...now all i gotta do it type it up (that is the bore re)

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  15. aha! delicious pavbaji and dhokla. beautiful pics as usual. thanks for extending the deadline.

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  16. yummy Pav Bhaji and dhoklas.. The pictures have also come out very good Sia.

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  17. I saw this and commented and then forgot about your entry... so sorry SIa

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  18. hi Sia,
    sorry for not replying earlier. Thank you so much for your contribution to T&T. Bhaji is definitely everyone´s favorite.

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