Thursday, 30 September 2010

Flavours Of Punjab an Event Announcement

 

Hi Friends!

The next two months are filled with food and festivities, an apt time for us, the food bloggers to indulge in creating and cooking more. So here I am to provide you a platform to cook and try the extremely popular food from the state of Punjab and for this I am extremely thankful to Nayna of simply.food who has started this event series and allowed me to guest host it  this time, in which cuisine from a state  is chosen for a period of two months. ‘Flavors of Punjab’ is the theme for the months of Oct and Nov. Do check out Nayna’s space for authentic Gujarati Food, her innovative preparations and the upcoming round up of ‘Flavors Of Gujarat’ which she hosted for the last two months.

Punjab is the state of hearty people where the main source of income is farming. Since their work demands high energy food requirement the people in this state generally go for spicy foods and use oil and ghee to a considerably higher extent. There are no intricate marinades or exotic sauces, but an exuberant use of masalas, with a liberal addition of oil or ghee. Punjabis are big-time food lovers, preferring a wide variety in their menu. They are full of life and their food too reflects this liveliness. Punjabi food forms an important part of the North Indian cuisine, which appeals to the taste of many. Right from the stuffed parathas to makke di roti or from Chhole bhature to Paneer tikkas, this food is loved by all.  Providing you some links where you can find more about this cuisine

http://www.indianfoodforever.com/punjabi/

http://food.sulekha.com/punjabi-recipes.htm

and a few recipes are surely there in my space too.

So why should all of us wait, so this festive season cook the interesting and tasty food of Punjab and send your entries to cookingoodfood@gmail.com with the subject line ‘Flavors Of Punjab’

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Rules and information about the event:-

1. The duration of event is from 1st Oct’10- 30th Nov’10.

2. The use of logo is mandatory as it helps spread the word.

3. Multiple entries can be sent. Archived entries can also be sent only if reposted.

4. The entries should be linked back to this event announcement page and to Nayna’s page.

5. Since this is a vegetarian blog only vegetarian recipes will be accepted and eggs are allowed too.

6. Kindly resize the picture to 300px.

So what are you all waiting for? Start cooking, enjoy the festive mood  and send me your entries fastSmile.

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19 comments:

Roshan said...

would love to participate...

kitchen queen said...

lovely Pari thanks for hosting the punjabi food event I would love to participate since I am a punjabi food lover.

Ushnish Ghosh said...

Dear pari
Thank you and Naina for this great event. I am sure it will be a great success and lazy and recipe thieves ( I mean users, not those who steal it for publishing in their blog) will be highly benefited .
Have a nice day
ushnishda

Krishnaveni said...

Happy hosting Pari

chaitrali pathak said...

lovely announcement....Count me in.....u'll receive my entries in next 2 days for sure...

simply.food said...

Thanks for guest hosting this event Pari.I shall get my apron on and start cooking straight away this wonderful cuisine.

G.Pavani said...

great event dear.... u can count me in this event..

chaitrali pathak said...

hey lemme know how many Archive entries i can send...?

Priya said...

Happy hosting Pari..

Satya said...

wow i was waiting to try punjabi cuisine ...happy hosting

Satya
http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

Neha said...

nice event pari..love punjabi food

Swathi said...

Happy hosting, i will try to send some recipes.

Smitha said...

nice event Pari..will try to send in recipes!

Torviewtoronto said...

looking forward to participate lovely event

Susan and Abraham said...

would love to participate...

Susan and Abraham said...

thanks dear for the invite: i have send in a meesage of DAL MAHARANI (http://chackoskitchen.blogspot.com/2010/02/dal-maharani.html) RECIPE to your facebook invite.. rgds susan

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Happy hosting

Lav said...

Am in Pari :)

Superb Recipes said...

Well thought out event. I am a punjabi foodie to the core and love to participate in events like these. My punjabi achari baingan recipe is the most loved by friends and family!

Shireen

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