Koldil Pitika from Assam, India | Best Indian Food Blog

Koldil Pitika from Assam, India | Best Indian Food Blog

Location : Assam.

Preference : Veg.

Ingredients : Water, Koldil, Onion, Ginger, Green Chilli, Coriander Leaves, Mustard Oil, Red Dry Chilli, Garlic, Salt.

Recipe at a Glance :

Step 1 : Boil koldil and keep aside to cool.

Step 2 : Chop onion, ginger, green chilli, coriander leaves.

Step 3 : Fry red dry chilli, garlic and keep aside.

Step 4 : Knead boiled koldil finely with fried red dry chilli, fried garlic, chopped ginger, chopped green chilli, chopped onion, chopped coriander leaves, mustard oil and salt. Video Help

It’s ready to serve, let’s taste.

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25 Comments Add yours

  1. mixnmatch111 says:

    I am from assam too. It tastes yummy

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    1. We have had lots of foods from different community of Assam, we crossed Brahmaputra and and took traditional food experience of Assam at Bor Luit restaurant, tasted lots of food around Fancy Bazar and took dinner at Teramaya in center Guahati and stayed at Vivanta Guahati. Enjoyed a lot and recorded lots of foods. Visited remote places with local guides too and experienced lots of traditional foods there. Amazing experience.

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    2. oh my, can’t wait to taste it…..

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      1. I will cook and serve to you when I will visit Assam again. Thank you for the appreciation.

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  2. mixnmatch111 says:

    do follow my blog for more interesting recipes

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    1. Definitely, keep it up. Enjoy.

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    2. oh yeah….love recipies of all types so i will….

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  3. mixnmatch111 says:

    Thanq… And please follow my blog… Support us to grow

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  4. Razdeep says:

    Please check this

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    1. Thank you for sharing, being checked, keep it up.

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      1. Razdeep says:

        Thank you

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      2. You are most welcome.

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    1. You are most welcome.

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    1. Thank you very much😊

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  5. fuelmycart says:

    Being a vegetarian, I love food blogs that brings unique veg recipes. Looks yummy, would love to try it whenever I visit Assam! Sending love!

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    1. Do try, thank you for stopping by.

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  6. Ritu says:

    Nice recipes. I am new to blogging and also have a cooking blog. Will you have a look at it once ? ☺️

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    1. Thank you for stopping by! I will be happy to visit your a new blog, keep going.😊😊

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