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RaSguLLa (made in Pressure Cooker) :

RaSguLLa (made in Pressure Cooker) : by Sangeeta Shah

Rasgulla is a traditional Bengali sweet. Rasgulla also known as Roshogolla, is regarded as the 'king of all Indian sweets 'It's time consuming,so i made it in Pressure Cooker,to save time.

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GARLIC AND MINT FLAVOURED PANEER TIKKA

GARLIC AND MINT FLAVOURED PANEER TIKKA by ABRAHAM

Why not get yourself into the kitchen and try making Paneer Tikka of your own? Summer is around, and if you have vegetarians at your next Barbecue party, serve them this masterpiece. Soft and juicy cubes of Paneer is marinated with Vegetables and grilled. You can make this. I took a long route to reach there, but you could make it…

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Fruit Trifle

Fruit Trifle by miansari66

Fruit Trifle is a very sweet toothed dessert popular among children and youths.

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Makhane Ki Phirni - Lotus Seeds Milk Pudding

Makhane Ki Phirni - Lotus Seeds Milk Pudding by Hina Gujral

Makhane Ki Phirni is my version of two dishes Makhana Kheer and Rice Phirni, this recipe is a fusion of both the classic dishes and it tastes divine. Makhane Ki Phirni is must have item in my menu during Navratri because many people do not eat rice while fasting and this recipe is the best option when it comes to desert.

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Chilli Paneer

Chilli Paneer by Hina Gujral

This Chilli Paneer recipe is quick and easy to make, and perfect for parties and quick weeknight dinners! Serve it with fried rice and you will have a delicious Indo- Chinese flavor inspired meal in few minutes.

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Dhoodh Peda or Milk Peda

Dhoodh Peda or Milk Peda by Anu

It is mouth watering sweet and my kids love it. Usually I use buy it in shops very often but I have learnt to do the same at home. I add more dry fruits to make it more nutritious.

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Paneer Makhani - Cooking Without Onion And Garlic

Paneer Makhani - Cooking Without Onion And Garlic by Hina Gujral

Paneer Makhani in taste is very much similar to Butter Chicken with rich and creamy gravy slightly on a sweet side, this time while cooking Paneer Makhani I decided to give it a twist by not using onion and garlic, I feel we should keep on challenging ourselves than only mind can come up with new ideas, and if I would have not…

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Punjabi Malai Paneer - Cottage Cheese in White Gravy

Punjabi Malai Paneer - Cottage Cheese in White Gravy by Hina Gujral

This typical Punjabi dish can be found in menu at most of the restaurant serving Indian food though sometimes name could be different like Safeed Paneer, Paneer Kesarwala or Cream Paneer but the soft and mouth melting curry with delicate flavors and subtle spices is always the same.

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Pear and Pomegranate Smoothie

Pear and Pomegranate Smoothie by swati paathak

Pear & Pomegranate smoothie is a quick and easy to make creamy and refreshing smoothie. This yummy smoothie contains the perfect blend of antioxidants and vitamins to help get the day started.

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Hyderabadi Double ka Meetha - Bread Pudding

Hyderabadi Double ka Meetha - Bread Pudding by Roha

Double Ka Meetha is the Hyderabadi dessert made of fried crispy bread,soaked in milk and cardamon syrup.Its also similar to Shahi Tukre. I have put two method of dessert so it be easy for you to follow :)

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How to make Cottage cheese at home

How to make Cottage cheese at home by lakshmi

Paneer or cottage cheese is a great ingredient in many dishes like gravies, rice and desserts.When made freshly at home, nothing can beat its taste.

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EASY INDIAN ICECREAM-KULFI

EASY INDIAN ICECREAM-KULFI by Renu Guru

This is by far the best Indian icecream that I have eaten.I love it even more than the regular icecreams.It is the most easiest to prepare and the fastest to disappear when served.This makes for a lovely dessert or it is great eaten on its own on a hot summer day.You can make these in a kulfi mould or just in any freezer safe…

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Phirni - Rice Milk Pudding

Phirni - Rice Milk Pudding by Hina Gujral

Talking about Phirni, nobody knows about the roots of Phirni, some believe it came into existence during 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 potware (Mitti Ke Kulhad or Matki). I think in…

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