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  1. Thank you for this insight: For me as a european it is a quite exotic vision to have such a mixture of intense spices and rice for breakfast (when I got that right). The recipe looks delicious!

  2. Hello.
    I do not know what surprised me blogging someone who lives so far …
    I appreciate the love in your words to my Blog. Soon it will be a year that I have.
    These "pancakes" I love them. And my attention where they are baked casserole. Typical is it there?.
    A kiss from Spain!

  3. Congrats on being selected as the Chef of the week!
    Thanks for visiting my blog (Albahaca y Canela), I'm glad you like the things I cook and bake 🙂
    I've been reading your latest posts and I love your recipes. These Rawa Idli looks delicious, I'll try it!

  4. Me gusta mucho tu blog y la comida hindú, voy a probar muchas de las recetas que tienes pero tendré que apañarme para sustituir el aparato que usas para hacer las tortitas al vapor. Ya me he hecho seguidora, espero que tu tambien te hagas seguidor de mi blog.
    Un saludo

  5. Hi, Aarthi.
    First at all say you thank you for visiting my blog.
    I,ve benn looking yours and i like what i saw.
    I'll follow you and put your blog on my blog list.
    I'd like you to follow mine.
    This recipe looks interesting and of course yummy.
    Excuse for my English but i´ve not practiced many time ago.
    Kisses from Canary Islands.

  6. I'm looking at your recipes and I love, so I think lunch of Indian origin and there is plenty probocan yours that my curiosity has been a revelation!
    I follow you.
    Kisses.

  7. Hello!!!
    Que blog tan interesante! me quedo aquí ya que me encanta ver y saber de recetas de otras partes del mundo!

    Muchas gracias por venir a mi blog y hacerte seguidora.

    Tienes muy buenas recetas.

    Besos

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