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Hi, This is Shireen at Ruchik Randhap (which means 'Delicious Cooking' in Konkani). Please message me if you have a query or simply want to say hello, I'd love to hear from you! For urgent queries, please mention 'urgent' in the subject line and I will get back to you on priority!

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11 comments:

  1. Too Good Ruchik! actually i was thrilled to see the fish pickle which was once prepared by me and liked by everyone at home and friend circle, but eventually i forgot the recipe. today when i was surfing i saw your recipe. Thanks a lot dear..... keep blogging and all the best to you!

    Poornima Mahesh Kotian

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  2. @ Neema Mahesh: Thanks so much for your comment, I hope you have tried and liked the fish pickle :)

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  3. Hi Shireen,

    I am neetu from hobbychef.in would like to invite you to write guest post for me please visit the link below.

    http://www.hobbychef.in/2013/10/invitations-to-write-guest-post.html

    Regards,
    Neetu.

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  4. hi shireen! I love your posts! I am the chef for www.dinnertime.me. Would love to meet up some time! Please email me at kanika.hughes@dinnertime.me

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  5. hi,
    my family being only 'fried fish' eaters, am always on the prowl for some manggie veggie curry recipes - like prawn and mogae etc. I like your level of spice and decent quantity of coconut that is added to a recipe. You some how bring out the taste in a curry even though it is just veggie - thankyou for that. Keep on pleasing our palettes- good job.

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  6. @ Maria: Thanks for your feedback! Glad to know that you enjoy my recipes :)

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  7. In Konkani,Mussels are Xinaneo, Oysters are kalwa.

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  8. Hi Shireen, I used your Chana Gashi recipe to cook Mooga(Moong) Gashi which turned out very tasty. Thanks. I want to try out chicken recipes if they are simple and tasty.

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  9. @ Ravi Chittar: So glad to know that the gashi turned out tasty! Do try out the chicken recipes and share your feedback!

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  10. Hi Shireen, your simplicity in the recipes keeps me coming back for more.
    The chicken gravy recipe without coconut is going to be tried out next.

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  11. @ Suella Gomes: Thanks so much! So glad you like the recipes! Do stay tuned for more!

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I'd love to hear what you have to say about this post!

If you are unable to post a comment, please write to me at ruchikrandhap@gmail.com

Last but not the least, my name is Shireen & not Ruchik :-)

Contact Me

Hi, This is Shireen at Ruchik Randhap (which means 'Delicious Cooking' in Konkani). Please message me if you have a query or simply want to say hello, I'd love to hear from you! For urgent queries, please mention 'urgent' in the subject line and I will get back to you on priority!

 To stay connected with me, click on any of the social networking icons below the contact form!









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11 comments:

  1. Too Good Ruchik! actually i was thrilled to see the fish pickle which was once prepared by me and liked by everyone at home and friend circle, but eventually i forgot the recipe. today when i was surfing i saw your recipe. Thanks a lot dear..... keep blogging and all the best to you!

    Poornima Mahesh Kotian

    ReplyDelete
  2. @ Neema Mahesh: Thanks so much for your comment, I hope you have tried and liked the fish pickle :)

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hi Shireen,

    I am neetu from hobbychef.in would like to invite you to write guest post for me please visit the link below.

    http://www.hobbychef.in/2013/10/invitations-to-write-guest-post.html

    Regards,
    Neetu.

    ReplyDelete
  4. hi shireen! I love your posts! I am the chef for www.dinnertime.me. Would love to meet up some time! Please email me at kanika.hughes@dinnertime.me

    ReplyDelete
  5. hi,
    my family being only 'fried fish' eaters, am always on the prowl for some manggie veggie curry recipes - like prawn and mogae etc. I like your level of spice and decent quantity of coconut that is added to a recipe. You some how bring out the taste in a curry even though it is just veggie - thankyou for that. Keep on pleasing our palettes- good job.

    ReplyDelete
  6. @ Maria: Thanks for your feedback! Glad to know that you enjoy my recipes :)

    ReplyDelete
  7. In Konkani,Mussels are Xinaneo, Oysters are kalwa.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Hi Shireen, I used your Chana Gashi recipe to cook Mooga(Moong) Gashi which turned out very tasty. Thanks. I want to try out chicken recipes if they are simple and tasty.

    ReplyDelete
  9. @ Ravi Chittar: So glad to know that the gashi turned out tasty! Do try out the chicken recipes and share your feedback!

    ReplyDelete
  10. Hi Shireen, your simplicity in the recipes keeps me coming back for more.
    The chicken gravy recipe without coconut is going to be tried out next.

    ReplyDelete
  11. @ Suella Gomes: Thanks so much! So glad you like the recipes! Do stay tuned for more!

    ReplyDelete

I'd love to hear what you have to say about this post!

If you are unable to post a comment, please write to me at ruchikrandhap@gmail.com

Last but not the least, my name is Shireen & not Ruchik :-)