Day 9 Uttarakhand: Kafuli with Dubuk Vade and Kumaoni Raita

After traveling culinary wise so far, it was time for me to get a little bit closer to “home” again with some more familiar tastes for a change. Uttarakhand is also a mountain state in the neighbour of Himachal Pradesh, a great place for trekking and mountaineering and also very famous because of the Hindu […]

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Day 8 Madhya Pradesh: Indori Poha

Normally the dishes I prepare for this project are served for dinner. Like this, also my boyfriend has the special experience and generally I cook so much, that there are often leftovers for the next day’s lunch. Today there were no leftovers and I decided to prepare the quick and simple Poha Dish. Poha is […]

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Day 6 Rajasthan Gatte ki Sabji with Ker Sangri and Khoba Roti and Pithod Raita

Due to my many tours to Rajasthan, long term stays at my favourite Ashram Sri Jasnath Asan near Jodhpur in Rajasthan and my friendship to the Rajasthani Cook Rekha I am very familiar with the Rajasthani Cuisine (and also love it very much). The desert state is very dry and therefore fresh vegetables and rice […]

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Day 4 Bihar: Litti Chokha

For some states it was difficult to decide which famous dish to prepare. For the State Bihar it was easy. During my research Litti Chokha would always show up first. Despite being so famous, I have never tried the baked dough breads filled with spices and roasted grains along with the Chokha never before. Along […]

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Day 3 Karnataka: Neer Dosa with Veg Sagu

Neer Dosa is a savoury and very thin pancake only made out of soaked and ground rice with a bit of salt. Same with the deep-fried Luchis from day one, I was pleasantly surprised how nice they came out since I had difficult experiences with preparing all types of Dosas in my past 😉. Neer […]

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Turmeric Vegetable Curry- A delicate dish of an interesting vegetable

There is no Christmas in Hindu Rajasthan. But if Christmas were to be celebrated, the royal dish “Haldi Subzi” would surely be served in the desert state on this special occasion. The vegetarian dish is a wonderful combination of the best ingredients and can also be served easily in the western world as a vegetarian […]

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Indian Cooking Class in Manali

In addition to trekking tours, climbing, mountain biking and expeditions, I also offer Indian cooking classes in Manali. Of course, I don’t teach the cooking classes myself and I don’t have any income from it, but like to support the Indian woman Narvada- and excellent cook and lovely lady. You  can also visit the website. […]

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