Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Recap - 26 Days of Explore the Flavors

You cant give up few things in your life, for me its blogging. I cant let down my blog baby for any reason. Its very close to my heart and i love blogging. Though my professional life is taking most of my leisure time, i dont want to stop myself from blogging. This virtual world gave me so many wonderful friends, lovable sisters, adorable followers and many more relationships which i never imagined or expected until i started blogging. Seriously since few months, i even want stopping blogging as it was seriously hectic to cope up with my weekend's chores. But blogging marathon pulls me everytime to come up with some interesting posts. As a member of this wonderful Blogging marathon family, we marathoners run a month of blogging twice a year. Yes every year during the month of April and September, we ran with different themes. And its been a ritual now, apart from it, we ran three days of blogging marathon which is quite easier for me to plan and post before the day ends.

And this year's April theme was Explore the flavors. This month's Mega marathon have two options, yes either you pick a theme per week, or pick a theme and cook for a month. Obviously i opted for the easy one, yes i blogged for 4 weeks with 4 different themes. With a super duper busy schedule, i cant go with a theme for a whole month. However i dont regret picking easy themes and finishing the marathon in time.

Week 1 - International Breakfast: 


American Potato Pancakes





Week 2 - No Onion No Garlic
Pepper Gravy

Capsicum Kurma

Paneer Butter Masala

Banana Blossom Tomato Gravy

Tomato Saar

Aloo Rasedar

Week 3 - Wholegrains
Eggless Rye Breakfast Pancakes

Egg Quinoa

Nuts & Fruits Oats Breakfast Bars

Broken Jowar Sambar Bath

Brown Rice Paal Payasam

Vegan 3 Seeded Spelt Bread

Week 4 - Kid's Lunchbox
Protein Tomato Biriyani

Potato Minced Meat Paratha Pockets

Vegan Eggplants & Sunflower Seeds Powder Rice

Eggless Multigrain Tomato Pesto & Cheese Rolls

Egg Tomato Pulao

Carrot Paneer Rice

Herbal Chicken Biriyani

Hara Channa Aloo Ki Briyani

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 87


Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

It is always a pleasure to run marathon with you Priya. You come up with some amazing dishes and I have so many of your dishes bookmarked. Loved your round up too.

Maritta felix said... Reply To This Comment

Wow wonderful, Amazing preparation. Click also beautiful Tempting to taste and eager to prepare. Goid job dear 😇😇😇..

farah said... Reply To This Comment

wow!this is truly amazing! never ever cooked anything without onions n garlic! must try it out during my lazy days! ............truly inspired........to have blogged every single day this whole month! hats off!well done priya! excited for this month!

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

Blogging marathon always pulls me and I can totally get you, I cannot imagine letting my blog go even. Let's do what we enjoy. Kudos for completing the marathon and really enjoyed all your recipes. Excellent share.