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  • sudha said:

    came here via kamakshi’s blog..is there a way people join in?

  • Aliena Varghese said:

    Am hosting the event Delicious Desserts:http://recipesfortheverydaywoman.blogspot.com/2011/01/delicious-desserts-annoucement-and.html

    Would love for you to participate.

  • Eating In Bed said:

    Hey, I was wondering if you do guest posts at all, I would love to contribute some healthy recipes. I’ve been writing recipes that are one sites like food.com, eatinginbed.com, notecook.com and more. If you’re interested let me know!

  • vasumathi said:

    Your recipes are all tempting and we can try easily at home with out any difficulty,and the ingredients are all available in almost all Indian kitchen,thank you very much for giving us so nice recipes. Have you published any books, if so please tell me,in Bengaluru where I can buy?

    Vasumathi

  • sanjeeta kk (author) said:

    @Vasumathi, Thanks for such lovely words, glad that you find the recipe on Lite Bite easy and simple to follow. Well publishing a book is always a dream for me and with such encouraging comments and enthusiastic readers like you, hope one day it will come true :)

    Happy 2012 to you may it bring health and prosperity to your family!
    Love.

  • shamira said:

    Hey Sangeeta

    I’ve recently started baking and always wanted to try stuff like the ones on your site, but was somehow reluctant. You’re a real inspiration sangeeta would love to try your recipes and will try them one by one :D

    Keep up the good work going!

  • sanjeeta kk (author) said:

    @Shamira, Thanks for stopping by Lite Bite, hope you enjoy cooking and baking recipes from here. Looking forward to hear your cooking adventures.
    Cheers!!

  • vasumathi said:

    I want try your Millet recipes,we do dishes from Ragi that is finger millet,other one we use is Navane here in Karnaka we tell I have no idea what name they call in other place,I made nankatai use this flour it came out very nice,thanks for your guidance.All the best for your future up coming book I waiting very eagerly.

    Vasumathi

  • sanjeeta kk (author) said:

    @Vasumathi, Thanks for all your sweet words. Happy cooking, and let me what did you make with millet.

    Love.

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  • Mayuri said:

    Hi sanjeeta
    I came across a millet called kodra (Gujarati ).now I am browsing and did not even find one recipe……pls help..
    Ur blog is an inspiration…I have tried a lot of recipes and enjoyed it to the fullest. Specially the bakes which is eggless and has minimal
    Whatever I have tried from here has also given me good result and also a kind of satisfaction of making a healthy wholesome meal…
    Love and luck to u

    Thank you

  • Mayuri said:

    Minimal fat….sorry

  • chithra viswanathan said:

    Though I have “met” you on facebook, I never knew you are a food blogger. I love your blog and you are one of the very few in my very small list of good food bloggers!! Awesome recipes!!

  • Danya said:

    Hi Sanjeeta,

    Really love your blog especially bcoz you try to keep the dishes healthy and stay away from refined flour and sorts.
    I am a working mom of two beautiful boys who are 8 and 2 years resp,plus a part-time student.Could you please suggest a few recipes that can be made in the weekend for the kids lunch box.I have to pack breakfast,morning snack,lunch,evening snack for them.

    Best regards,
    Danya

  • sanjeeta kk (author) said:

    @Danya, Thanks for writing. There are many healthy and quick lunch box options you can try for your kids;
    1. You can grind ready-to-use powders (or Podis) with lentils and greens during weekends and use the same to make variety rice for lunch box. I keep small boxes of mint, coriander, curry leaves powders etc. with lentils stocked in refrigerator. Cook rice in morning and just mix the powders with an extra spoon of gingely oil and pack.
    2. Knead dough with various greens (spinach, methi, mint, coriander, lentils) during weekends and refrigerate. It stays good for 3-4 days.
    3. Make a dry mix of rice flour, daal flour of your choice and any other grain (ragi, millet) and store in a bottle. Add yogurt, salt and pepper powder to make small fluffy pancakes in mornings.

    Hope this helps.

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