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Thanks for sending me your link on Gourmet India. Your blog is awesome! I will be making some of the recipes soon, I’m sure.
My pleasure. If there is anything, specifically, you want to learn, let me know! I’ll try my best to post it!
Thanks for sending me the link via Gourmet India. Your blog looks awesome. I look forward to trying your recipes soon.
Hi there Shari! I love your blog – just thought I’d let you know I have awarded you a Liebster Blog Award – to check out the post and the rules for acceptance go to http://figandwalnut.blogspot.com.au/2012/04/liebster-blog-award-thanks-in-jam.html. Keep posting your marvellous recipes!
Thank you for the award!!! I’m honored that you like my blog enough to give me an award!
Do you ever make mutter paneer/tofu or saag paneer? They are two of my fiancee’s favorite dishes, would love to see a post on them! We are just getting started in the world of Indian cooking and so far only have a good chana masala recipe, we have tried saag paneer, korma, and another curry, but they ranged from horrible to edible. I am making your curry base tonight to try with some of your other recipes and can’t wait, hoping it will help us find what we are looking for!
I often make matar paneer, but I haven’t recently. Thank you for reminding me, I’ll be sure to get it on the blog ASAP—same with Saag Paneer.
Do you make your own paneer or purchase it at an Indian grocer?
I hope the curry base works for you! You’ll have to keep me posted!
Hi there, I have nominated you for the One Lovely Blog award at http://dinnerfornone.wordpress.com/2012/05/22/finally-the-nominees. Searched your blog but couldn’t find out whether you’ve already received it, so I hope you haven’t. Kiki
Thank you for the nomination! I really appreciate the blog-love and I’m so excited (and flattered) that people find my posts interesting enough to keep coming back! Thank you!
I have received it once before–fairly recently, but I never got around to posting about it yet.
Thank you again!
Like you I’m an Indian cuisine fan. Anyway just wanted to say i love your blog and if you need an alternate Gulab Jamun recipe check out the link below and I hope it comes out well.I have tried many Gulab Jamun recipes but the one below is the only one that came out quite well. Good luck!
Thank you! Any friend of Indian food is a friend of mine! 🙂 I’ll have to give your recipe a try!
Any time. Let me know how it goes. 🙂
Hi, We were nominated for the “One Lovely Blog Award”. As a condition we were asked to nominate another 15 blogs that we really enjoy. Your blog is one of them! If you want to accept this nomination- the conditions are on our blog. Fiona and Mem
Hello! I really love the look of your blog and pictures. Everything is great about it, not only the yummy recipes, bravo!
Hi Shari… Congratulations! You have been awarded the Versatile Blogger Award!
You can see it here at: http://aishcooks.com/2013/12/16/versatile-blog-award/
Participation i.e., paying it forward, is entirely up to you – no pressure 🙂
Enjoy the award and keep the great posts coming!
Thank you Aish!
Nice to see another American married to an Indian! We have kids and don’t do too much spice (actually, neither does my Brahmin husband), but they are getting too old for curd rice. Any ideas? Something cold and not messy to take to school? Thanks for sharing, great stuff!
Forgot to mention we are all veg…thanks!
Hi any chance of you putting up your favorite rogan josh curry you mentioned? I tried a few of your dishes and they all turned out great. Derek
I’m glad the recipes have turned out well for you! I will put it on my list and the next time I make the rogan josh, I’ll definitely post it!
I absolutely love your blog annd find almost all of your post’s to be just what I’m looking for.
can you offer guest writers to write content to suit your needs?
I wouldn’t mind composing a post or elaborating on a lot of the subjects you write concerning here.
Again, awesome site!
Hello! Thank you! I have thought of partnering with other blogs and writing/posting guest-posts, but I haven’t really had the chance to line anything up. I’d be happy to chat with you about it further, if you’d send me an email. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thank you so much for the heads up! 🙂