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Moong dal halwa

Moong dal halwa
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Moong dal halwa is a rich recipe from Rajasthan. It is mainly in demand during the winter months, as it is supposed to keep the body warm and protect it from the bitter winter. Moong dal halwa is often prepared during Diwali and weddings in India. It’s a must recipe for receptions. Moong dal halwa
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Tutti Frutti Ice cream

Tutti Frutti Ice cream
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Tutti frutti ice cream recipe is an easy version of tutti frutti ice cream without using condensed milk.Soft creamy ice cream with tutti frutti bites tastes delicious. I am posting this recipe accordingly Indian season. During childhood we always wait for the summer to eat varieties of ice cream, If its homemade it give double
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Paneer bhurji

Paneer bhurji
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Paneer Bhurji usually tastes well when made with soft Paneer- I usually prefer home-made Paneer for this dish. The fresh paneer is roughly crumbled or grated and added to the mixture of onion-tomato and several aromatic spices. It gives delicious taste when added with black pepper and capsicum. It always perfect dish with Naan, chapati,
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Methi Mathri

Methi Mathri
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Methi Mathri is an authentic North Indian recipe that is made in every Indian household on the festival of Holi. It is a salty delight that is crunchy and goes really well with a hot cup of tea or coffee. Made using all-purpose flour, refined oil, fenugreek leaves, salt and carom seeds, this snack recipe
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Puran poli

Puran poli
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Puran poli is traditional sweet chapati with sweet lentil filling. Puran poli is a maharashtrian word which constit of two words puran and poli. Puran means filling and poli means chapati. We make chapatis with the jaggery and lentil filling with the flavour of home made ghee. Puran poli is originally from Maharashtra. Basically it
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How to make ghee

How to make ghee
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I must say Indian cooking is incomplete without ghee in the kitchen or I can say purée ghee which is required for complete Indian cooking . Which enhance the taste of dishes. Ghee also known as Clarified butter. From the childhood every Indian heard benefits of ghee from our grandmother. How it benefits for our
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Eggless Red Velvet Cup Cake

Eggless Red Velvet Cup Cake
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Today I am sharing the BEST recipe for red velvet cupcakes. This recipe works well for red velvet cake layers as well. This recipe is originally originated from United States. Red Velvet cupcake recipe is moist, delicious, and has just the right amount of cocoa. These are the best red velvet cupcakes I’ve ever had,
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Kathi roll/ Paneer roll/ Spinach roll (palak roll)

Kathi roll/ Paneer roll/ Spinach roll (palak roll)
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A kathi roll is street food originating from Kolkata. Kebab wrapped in a paratha. These are a common street food found in many parts of India. I have tried kathi rolls of vegetarian version using cottage cheese (paneer). But you can try with vegetables or noodles as par your taste.This recipe is a stomach filling
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Tomato rice

Tomato rice
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Tomato rice is evolved from South Indian version its an easy to prepare.Its best go with papad, lime pickle and curd. This recipe is basically from South India but it’s cooked every part of India. As per our taste we can make it spicy and non spicy. This simple recipe is cooked with lot of
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Poha Cutlet

Poha Cutlet
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I must say it is a one of the easiest and healthy recipe which I have seen. Poha/flattened rice/ beaten rice is an easily available ingredient in Indian Kitchen.It is very versatile and can be used to create variety of breakfast, tiffin food and snacks. Making Poha Cutlet is simple and easy, also it’s really
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