Friday, 12 September 2014

Food on Friday: Indian & Sri Lankan food


 
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We're heading to Asia for this Food on Friday – more specifically to dishes inspired by the cuisines of India and Sri Lanka.
To add your Indian or Sri Lankan inspired dish, just put the name of the dish together with your blog name/name into the first Mr Linky box you will find below.  Then paste the url for your post about it into the second box.
I'll be pinning the links to this Pinboard – this is a quick way for you to scan the dishes and choose which ones you want to check out in more detail.
I'm looking forward to lots of spicy dishes – and hopefully some desserts too.


 

16 comments:

  1. Hi, Carole and all,

    Baked Chicken with Coriander (#5) is really easy to prepare. It serves 4, but can be adjusted.
    The post also has a link for info on coriander, and a link to a recipe to make your own Curry Blend.

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  2. Carole,
    My submissions are not truly Indian, only inspired by, but we like them all the same. Thanks!

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  3. Sorry I don't have anything to fill the bill this week Carole, but I have introduced your party to some wonderful Indian food bloggers I know!

    PS--our weather stinks too!!!

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  4. like this weeks subject curry, my favourite food, and the recipe

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  5. Thanks for another great link up. I need more of these types of recipes. I've posted my Indian Chicken Stew.

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  6. Great food category! I love Indian food and am always looking for new recipes. I shared a couple of older posts for butter chicken and kheema. I can't wait to see what everyone else shares. Happy Friday!

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  7. All I had was a cold turkey salad with curry.

    It's wet and cold in Wisconsin, by the way.

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  8. Love Indian Food, and keep trying my hand at new recipes. So glad to have a place to share a few of my faves. Thanks for hosting this.

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  9. Hi Carole - today I've put a recipe for Gujarati Potatoes. Easy to make and you can use leftover baked potatoes if need be. People can make it as spicy or plain as they wish. Thanks for hosting! cheers xx

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  10. Yum, Sri Lankan food is amazing. I don't have any recipes up but I have 3 posts about my trip to Sri Lanka on my blog, including an amazing cooking school I did while I was there - http://gormandizewithus.blogspot.com.au/search/label/Sri%20Lankan

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  11. Have linked my entries.. Happy Friday :)

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  12. Thanks for letting me know about the event. Add mine.

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  13. Good Afternoon Carole, I have added my Paneer Tikka Masala to today's party. Perhaps not strictly Indian, but the Paneer cheese certainly is.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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  14. One of my favourite ethnic foods! I have linked up a variety of different recipes of Indian persuasion. ;)

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  15. I have so many Indian curries, I wish I could pin all of them. Thanks so much for hosting this. By mistake no55 is a link to my site. Sorry, can you please delete it.

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  16. have linked by paneer jalfrezi here

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Your comments are most welcome. Cheers