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Padma Pabda Fish Curry

Padma Pabda Fish Curry

Language. Tamil. nowadays even pabda fish has become another ceremonial dish and has lost its status of one of the important staple dishes
Singapore - A Food Heaven on Earth

Singapore - A Food Heaven on Earth

It has got four official languages - English, Malay, Mandarin Chinese and Tamil. Just like their language and cultural diversity, their food too is an amalgamation of cuisines from Malay, Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, Peranakan and also some western foods
Malai Kofta

Malai Kofta

If you want the recipe in Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu (or any other language) click on the Google Translate button on the left side
Schezwan Rice

Schezwan Rice

If you want the recipe in Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu (or any other language) click on the Google Translate button on the left side
Mango Mantra

Mango Mantra

Mango languages Sanskrit root Tamil root Language Name Language Name Assamese Aam Kannada Mava Bengali Aam Malayan Mangur Gujrati Aambo Malayalam Maava, Manga Hindi Aam Portugese Mangueira Marathi Amba Telegu Mamidi Oriya Aam Swahili Mambe Persian Aam, Naghyak Arabic Manju/Anbajun Pujnabi Aam, Amb Chinese Manco Sindhi Aam, Amu Dutch Manga Singhalese Amba English Manga Urdu Aam French Manguier
Green Beans Masala Poriyal

Green Beans Masala Poriyal

So it is interesting to hear the various names for curries in other languages -- poriyal, thoran, palya etc etc
Millets pulav with homemade spice powder

Millets pulav with homemade spice powder

Proso millets in other languages is called Varigelu in telugu, Baragu in kannada, pain varagu in tamil, Cheena in bangali, Vari in marathi, cheno in gujarati, bachari bagmu in oriya… Though in Asia countries as India, China, Nepal etc millet is a common staple, for western countries, it is a bird food
Oriya Thali |Orissa Cuisine

Oriya Thali |Orissa Cuisine

I still remember how we at school learned and sung an orissa song for independence day , I don't remember the song though , I love the language a lot
Kempu Harive Majjige Huli

Kempu Harive Majjige Huli

Kempu Harive (Kannada Language) is nothing but Amaranth Leaves. In Malayalam, Keerai, in Tamil and Telugu