5 because I have been doing this mela for the 5th week(end), with the name of Culinlinkus, which I have decided to rechristen to Curry Mela, the weekend links of Anthony's favorite recipes. If you want any of your recipes to be entered in the next weekend's Curry Mela, please feel free to leave a comment or send me a mail, I shall post it next weekend. I am posting this a little early this week because I will away this weekend for some official Break. I won't be accesing net for 3 day.
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So... Welcome to the Curry Mela-5...
And yeah, the Pictures are Hyperlinked to the recipe..
And don't miss this Mushrooms Prawn Bhoona from route 79. Let me tell you one thing about this blog, the way the pictures are laid out and the recipes written with an effort that have made me love the blog. Amamzing blog I say, and amazing presentation. I give this blog a 10 on 10. It should be converetd into proper Food blog.. .. That pic above is just the final picture. Check out the step by step picture presentation.. [chef: Jag-Route79]
However much I love brinjal, I guess I haven't had brinjal since I started Blogging so i can only thank priya for posting this amazing brinjal recipe. Shall be cooked without further ado... [ chef: Priya of sugar and spices]
This dish, Shammi actually cooked for another event hosted by a famous food blogger, the Happy Sorceress, so I thought it would be an insult if I passed. But of course, this was a clear a winner, an excellent Broccoli dish, and with my favorite Peanuts to boot. I shall try it out soon...[ Chef: Shammi]
Parna calls it Simple veg Fried Rice, which is perfect for a bachelor, and apt for Bachelor Cooking. And the other pictures looks amazingly delectable. The picture will take you to the recipe....[Chef: Parna]
Ceylon Kozhi Curry, though a picture hasn't been posted who needs pictures when you are cooking Country chicken or local chicken. Hi Courtney, it was what we call desi chicken in India, the local variety, tastes extremely good.[Chef: Alvin]
Lastly a feast for the eye, this sunday spread at Meenal's, and lots more at the post.[not a recipe though]
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