Mar 15, 2013

Announcement of South Indian Cooking Event

Hello Foodies

Here I’m again with lovely event “South Indian Cooking” event run by Anu’s Healthy Kitchen and get the chance to host for March 15th to May 15th, 2013. This event is to explore the South Indian Cuisines around the India. Please mention something about regional cuisine in recipe introduction section which helps to reader to know more about South Indian cuisine.


Rules for the event:
  • Event starts from 15 March, 2013 to 15 May, 2013.
  • Only vegetarian recipes are allowed.
  • Only two archives are allowed. Multiple entries are accepted.
  • Use of logo and announcement link both are mandatory in post. South Indian Cooking Event hosted by Simply Tadka and Announced by Anu's Healthy Kitchen.
  • Non-blogger can participate with recipe name, recipe details, pictures and personal intro and send it on simplytadka@gmail.com with subject of “South Indian Cooking Event @ Simply Tadka”.

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8 comments:

  1. I like your recipe. It's contains lot of healthy substances. I also like to share some South Indian Food Recipes for more details visit http://www.vaango.in/

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  2. Hi Preeti, Iam already following you. I have linked in my receipes as well.
    Thanks
    Priya Anandakumar
    http://priyas-virundhu.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. Hi preethi,i have linked some of my recipes and happy to follow your site.

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  4. Hi there nice events, linked up my post here mite be late but still never too late :) Will add up more :)

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  6. Hi posted two archive recipes, Liked You in FB and following you.

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  7. It's Awesome Thanks for sharing this important information
    'India food network cooking channel'

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  8. The method of South Indian cuisine is hotter than the North. Rice is also the staple food, as are against to the North where baked bread is more favoured. Sambaar and Rasam are some broths that are commonly combined with rice.For more details about South Indian Restaurant visit http://www.vaango.in/

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