Onion Bhakri

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When Radhika of Tickling Palates came up with the Idea of Blog Hop Wednesdays, she tickled not only my palate but also my fancy to be a part of it. For those who read my posts, you will know that I have mentioned on more than one occasion that the best tribute to our blogs is when someone actually makes one of your recipes and has loved it. The idea behind blog hop Wednesdays is precisely that. And Radhika went all out and made an awesome chart for the participants, pairing them up with different partners for seven weeks to be continued for as long as we want to be a part of it – I want to thank Radhika for making my intent to try out recipes in an unbiased way possible. And my first partner in this is Raksha, of Raksha’s kitchen. She shares on her blog Goan recipes, quite varied and different from my style of cooking which is at once cool and interesting J
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I browsed through Raksha’s blog and found quite a few recipes that I would like to try out, but zeroed in on Tasty Onion Bhakri for this event. I recall Raksha had sent this to my FFNFF event a while ago and I had loved it, and here was my chance to make it. The result was it is an interesting mix between Rava dosa and adais. For full recipe click here

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August 3, 2011

59 Comments

  1. lovely idea.thats a great recipe looks fantastic.

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  2. i love this,i make lil bit different,but yours look so tempting!

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  3. Looks delicious Priya…

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  4. Looks too good dear!! Must give it a try sometime soon :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  5. The taste would be quite unique indeed with the mix of dosa and adai as you said priya. Love it. I have linked this one. Check it out at your own time.

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  6. பெயரே வித்தியாசமா இருக்கு,பகிர்வுக்கு நன்றி!!

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  7. Good one dear. Thanks for trying this out :)

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  8. looks fabulous, yummy and tempting.

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  9. A different breakfast idea..

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  10. with the onion, i am sure this tastes so savory!

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  11. Looks really yummy..nice recipe.

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  12. Wow!!!! Lovely dish. Never tried this before.

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  13. Looks yummy Priya…Would love to try it once…

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  14. Looks yummy Priya…Would love to try it once…

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  15. Looks yummy Priya…Would love to try it once…

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  16. Looks yummy Priya…Would love to try it once…

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  17. Wow thats a great recipe looks superb…:)

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  18. Super, something new to me..looks like adai though !!!pass me some please

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  19. Hi
    Great idea.Naan ninaipadum, saivadum idhudaan.I am try the recipes from the blogs and communicate to the blogger.There is not a single day of my cooking without following a blog.
    I love to try your baked items soon.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  20. looks superb…..awesome

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  21. nice recipe and looks delicious

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  22. Mix of rava dosa and adai remark interests me…Looks delicious.

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  23. very nice looking bhakri… i'm sure my hubby will love it when i make it :)

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  24. looks so inviting ..

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  25. Healthy,soft looking onion bhakris. Love the preparation and best with tea i guess.

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  26. I do little different way and loved your way ….looks fab

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  27. is this a kind of indian flat bread? sounds like you girls having fun there in the event!

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  28. More variations of dosai/adai is always welcome…for the easy of use and taste as well! love that looks of adai looking dosai!!

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  29. New to me but looks so colourful.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  30. This looks fabulous.

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  31. Tasty looking dish. Can't wait to try it!

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  32. Superb recipe …looks great!

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  33. Sounds interesting, looks fantastic :)

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  34. looks nice. its like tomato omlette but different.

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  35. Very interesting recipe, bookmarked this. It looks really superb.

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  36. Very interesting recipe, bookmarked this. It looks really superb.

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  37. sounds easy to make and looks delicious too..

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  38. ihi now serving, i did go to raksha's to read the full recipe. thanks for that bhakri.
    it looks simply delicious, i have decided to follow you and her.
    have a nice day and take care.

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  39. Sounds like a very fun event, and the dish you chose to make looks delicious:)

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  40. I've never tasted it but it sounds so yummy!

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  41. Hi Priya,
    Kuzhipaniyaram looks great and very tempting.
    K amma

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