ALOO KA BHARTA


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Garvo Gujarati   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 08-08-03 10:54:33

INGREDIENTS

Boiled Potatoes (Big) 4-5

Onion (finely chopped) 2

Green Chilies (chopped) 2

Coriander Leaves (chopped) A few

Mustard Oil 1 tsp

Salt
1/2 tsp

Red Chilly Powder 1/2 tsp
Jeera (roasted and powdered) 1/2 tsp

METHOD

Peel the potatoes and mash them coarsely. Add all the other ingredients and mix well.

Mainly to be served with Baati.

Serves: 6-7 adults.


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Happy   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 14-08-03 15:08:34

Hi Friends :)

I don't know anything about koocing (See even spellings are wrong). u have listed a lots of canadian measuremenst and methods. Can U tell us how to acquire good, tatsty and cheap food.?? :cheers: :cheers:

Hum to bananay sey jaizada kannay main visvash rakhtay hai. :)


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Garvo Gujarati   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 26-08-03 10:20:11

Quote:
Orginally posted by Happy


Hum to bananay sey jaizada kannay main visvash rakhtay hai. :)




Yahon aake banayenge bhi aur bartan bhi dhoyenge :( :(



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Happy   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 29-08-03 15:30:41

cann't we get prepared food and use and throw paper crockery in canada??


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Garvo Gujarati   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 29-08-03 15:33:26

You mean daily doing that? I have not seen any Indian yet doing it.

Yeah, when you call many guests you will use paper dishes and order food as required.

but for routine life you can't do that - it is so costly to do :(


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Sunny Canadian Student   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 03-09-03 11:18:56

Hi Happy,

its funny you should mention use and throw away utensils. You see I lived with my brother last year (we both went away to school) and he thought it would be great to have throw away utensils to eat on. So he would eat pizza on the same plate for 3 days (just rinsing in between use)...AND he got our neighbor (also E.Indian) doing the same.

As far as food goes, well you can either try to cook yourself or order out (if you can afford to).

The thing is, you can do anything if you are motivated...like drink water in the same throw away glass for a few days (also another thing that my bro and the neighbor did on a regular basis)

I opted to use real plates and then put them in the dishwasher...:)



Happy   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 03-09-03 16:05:06

Hi Sunny,

The throwaway paper crocery is not at all costly in india. yes the thermocol crocery not affordable over months but that also is cheap. In India, I never stayed away from my home. so, I donot know cooking. But It had happened now more than four-five times where I had to live in hard conditions with food and cook. So, I leanered to eat bananas, bread, ruck, corn-flex, boiled eggs, biscuits etc with milk. Then Sarbhat, fruit juice, lemon water, dip-dip tea and coffee with milk-powder. also Namkeen bhujyeea, boiled patotoes, green salad are the things that we can put in bread sanwitches etc. Also we can eat germinated grams, dals etc with lemon. these foods donot require cooking, only hot boiling water can be had from electric kettle.

Do suggest us some more such foods for bachelores...


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