I am very honored to declare that Cook Like a Bong will be hosting this month’s Tried and Tasted event. The event was originally started by Zlamuska and now carried on by Lakshmi of Kitchen Chronicles. All my thanks to Lakshmi for letting me host this event.
For this edition of the event, we have chosen the Quick Indian Cooking blog. The blog is hosted by a very dear lady, Mallika Basu. Mallika started this blog back in September 2006 and had been spreading the spices and charms of Indian cuisine since then. You can choose from a variety of recipes from her blog including vegetarian, fish, chicken, and mutton recipes. She also is the proud author of Miss Masala (you can get the book from Flipkart and Amazon).
The rules are simple:
1. Cook any recipe from Mallika’s Quick Indian Cooking and post about it. Stay as true to the original recipe(s) as possible. Therefore, there is no need for re-posting it, simply link to the original post.
2. There is no time-frame for the original recipe. It can be as old as my grand-mother or new ones.
3.Have you cooked from Blog of the month before? As this event is all about tasting and reflecting on the taste, older posts are also welcome. Simply link to this post and mention T&T event.
4. Link your post to this announcement and to the Lakshmi’s post . Please always link to both sites, so both blogs are given credit and you are avoiding copyright issues. We would love to see the event logo on your post.
5. Send an e-mail to bengalicuisine[at]gmail[dot]com with the following details-
- Your name
- Name of your blog
- Recipe name
- Your post URL as well as the original URL
- A picture (300px by height, please).
6. The last date for entries is January 20, 2011 and the round up will be posted within a week.
7. Non-bloggers are more than welcome to participate. Simply e-mail me with your experience of what you cooked and if possible please include a picture.
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