Be inspired by ♥ Friday’s Food Quiz Number 10

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Friday’s Food Quiz Number 10 — 22 Comments

  1. the four Indian breads are Roti, Naan, Paratha and Puri/Luchi. Rotis are un-yeasted flat bread which is normally roasted on a flat surface without oil. it is smeared with clarified butter or ghee at some places, but mostly it is left alone. Parathas are shallow fried on a flat surface with a bit of oil so heavier on the stomach, and definitely more dense than rotis. Naans generally have yeast in them or other kinds of leavening agent and they are generally cooked in a “tandoor oven” and Luchi/Puri are small, deep fried flat breads.

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    • thank you so much for dropping by and giving me the answer – strangely, I have heard of all four and hopefully now I will remember the answers 🙂

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  2. If ever I need a food answer, you are going to be the one to call Tandy!
    🙂 Mandy

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    • thanks Mandy! Hope you had a good weekend 🙂

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  3. These are always so fun to read!

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    • thanks Greg, the are fun to do as well 🙂

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  4. Packed with information…and there was me thinking a Lassi was a helpful dog with big soulful eyes….I wonder what the indian drink tastes like – the ingredients sound interesting. Thanks, Tandy!

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    • personally, I am not a huge fan of lassi – but with everything in life, it is worth tasting once 🙂

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  5. Why do apples float….cute. Learned some new information regarding lassi and arrowroot. Thanks for posting

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    • my pleasure BAM 🙂

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  6. A great quiz this time! 🙂 I learned a lot! Happy Times! 🙂

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    • that is great Sophie, and thanks 🙂

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  7. The article is very informative. I enjoyed reading this item. It is good to read some articles ones in a while. It refreshes our mind. You might as well take a glimpse at http://www.blog.gourmetrecipe.com , http://www.gourmandia.com and http://www.knowallwines.com for more interesting blogs, recipes and facts about wines. Have fun!!

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    • thanks for the visit 🙂

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  8. It’s great to have the questions and the answers together. Now if I could just remember all the answers. 😉 Have a great weekend, Tandy. xxx

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    • hope you had a great weekend AD! Sometimes I remember the answer to something at 3am!

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  9. I’m always learning something new 🙂
    *hugs*

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    • and hugs to you too Hope 🙂

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  10. well, i definitely learned something after reading this! so it’s been a good morning 🙂

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    • that is great!

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  11. Mangoes, molasses, drambuie – lots of my favourite things! My parents are not big milk drinkers, so make lassi every morning with their breakfast instead. As for the Indian breads, didn´t realise there were just four but I also know of dosa (a pancake type), puri (a puffed up one) poppadum (the cracker type) but don´t know if these are just variations. Yum – now I fancy Indian food and I haven´t even had breakfast 😉

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    • thanks for telling me about the other Indian breads! I try and not read blogs before I have eaten 🙂

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