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Mulligatawny Soup Recipe

Mulligatawny Soup Recipe by Hina Gujral

Mulligatawny Soup is an English soup recipe with origins in Indian cuisine. To be more precise the roots of its origin are in the Anglo-Indian Cuisine developed during the British Raj in India. The name originates from the Tamil words millagai/milagu and thanni and can be translated as “pepper water”. Many relate Mulligatawny Soup…

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Turkey Chili

Turkey Chili by Patti Cook Carney

Like it healthy and spicy...

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Palak Anda Curry

Palak Anda Curry by Hina Gujral

What a delicious, blissful Palak Anda Curry Recipe we’ve got going on, and just in time for the upcoming icy-cold winter days. The rustic spinach curry combined with boiled eggs is the answer to the question ‘What could be an alternative to traditional egg curry?’

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How to Make Leftover Chicken Biryani

How to Make Leftover Chicken Biryani by Hina Gujral

Who doesn’t love a good, delicious homemade Chicken Biryani for lunch? Such recipes are a great way to restate the leftovers from the previous day sitting in the fridge. So I’m super happy to be bringing this leftover chicken biryani recipe to you. From scratch, quick and easy, and loaded with bursting real biryani like character.

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Broccoli and Mushroom Soup Recipe

Broccoli and Mushroom Soup Recipe by Hina Gujral

In this cold, spine-chilling weather nothing seems to be more soothing than a bowl of hot and steaming soup. Broccoli and Mushroom Soup is one such soup recipe for winters. It is rich in iron and low on the calorie count. It takes no time to make Broccoli and Mushroom Soup from scratch at home plus it keeps your family on a healthy…

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Shalgam aur Matar Ki Subzi

Shalgam aur Matar Ki Subzi by Hina Gujral

Shalgam aur Matar Ki Sabzi is another Indian curry. The turnip is cooked with fresh green peas in the routine onion and tomato masala. The pressure cooker can also be used to cook the curry.

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Rice Phirni Recipe

Rice Phirni Recipe by Hina Gujral

Talking about Phirni, there are different stories talked about its origin, some believe it came into existence during the Mughal era, as a royal desert. Today Phirni is a popular sweet dish not only in India but in Pakistan too and even after so many years it is till served in traditional style – earthen pot ware (Mitti Ke Kulhad or…

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Chicken Potato Gravy

Chicken Potato Gravy by Karthikeyan

This dish is Kid friendly and best suitable for Dosa, Idly, Chappathi as side dish

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Gatte Ki Sabzi Recipe

Gatte Ki Sabzi Recipe by Hina Gujral

Gatte Ki Sabzi has its roots in the land of warriors, Rajasthan, where it is a popular vegetarian main course item for every household. Gatte refers to steamed or fried gram flour dumplings cooked in the tantalizing curry of yogurt and gram flour.

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Basundi Recipe (Gujarati Milk Pudding)

Basundi Recipe (Gujarati Milk Pudding) by Hina Gujral

Basundi Recipe is a traditional Gujarati milk pudding laced with the rich flavor of saffron and dry fruits. We are slowly and steadily creeping into the celebratory mood with all the Indian festivals lined up in the coming month. During the festive season we don’t mind to come out of our cocoon and share some light moments with the…

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Mouth-Watering Claypot Nyonya Assam Prawns, A Must-Try Asian Cuisine!

Mouth-Watering Claypot Nyonya Assam Prawns, A Must-Try Asian Cuisine! by Blackswan

Tamarind Prawn or Assam Prawn ( 亚参虾 ) is a spicy, sourish and extremely appetizing dish in the Asian Cuisine. This mouth-watering Nyonya Assam Pedas dish is usually prepared using either Prawns or Fish, and adding fruits and vegetables such as…

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Drumstick Leaves Poriyal

Drumstick Leaves Poriyal by Ranjani

Drumstick leaves poriyal – an iron-rich thoran goes well with all rice varieties. Murungai keerai tempered with red chilies and coconut.

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Khara Bhath (Vegetable Rava Upma)

Khara Bhath (Vegetable Rava Upma) by Hina Gujral

Khara Bhath ... the savory semolina porridge is the staple breakfast and teatime delicacy of Karnataka also known as Rava Upma in other Southern regions. Semolina is roasted and cooked with colorful vegetables to get the thick flowing porridge, icing on the cake is conventional tempering of mustard seeds, curry leaves, bengal gram and…

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Pineapple Kesari Baath (Pineapple Halwa)

Pineapple Kesari Baath (Pineapple Halwa) by Hina Gujral

Pineapple Kesari Baath is also addressed as Pineapple Rava Kesari across Karnataka, which could be found in the menu of every local eatery in the state. The dish shares homogeneous nature with popular North Indian delight Sooji Ka Halwa (Semolina Pudding) both have semolina as key ingredient the only differentiating factor is…

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Restaurant style chick pea gravy|Channa batura gravy

Restaurant style chick pea gravy|Channa batura gravy by Lourdes Princy

Thick spicy chick pea gravy to go with breads and indian flat breads.

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