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RAS MALAI

RAS MALAI by MARIA LOURDES V. LIPARDO-AYUB

Subscribe to my YouTube Channel (Lipardo's Global Kitchen) for more recipes and future raffle draws for giveaway prizes. This sweet dish is an Indian dessert. When I was in Riyadh, an Indian doctor of the Late King Faisal loved the way I made Ras Malai. According to him, the way I prepared this dessert was perfect. He said, “You…

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mango sidedish

mango sidedish by karenrecipe

This is a very common sweet n sour dish and is prepared very frequently in most south indian households throughout the mango season.

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Muradabadi Moong Ki Dal - Yellow Moong Dal with Spices

Muradabadi Moong Ki Dal - Yellow Moong Dal with Spices by Hina Gujral

At my place, in every wedding Moradabad Dal has to be in the menu and there are special cooks who come from Moradabad to cook this delicacy. I don't know why my mother made it at home and at every wedding we all use to relish Muradabadi Dal. When I say it has to be in the wedding menu I mean to say in the starters menu, not main…

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Dahl that's not Dull

Dahl that's not Dull by kirsten's kitchen

A blend of spices stirred into a steaming pot of red lentils finished with coconut milk, to make the most amazing soup

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Masale Bhat

Masale Bhat by pshinde2109

Maharashtrian Masale Bhat is very special Rice Dish in Maharashtrian Marriages and many of the ceremonies. Masale Bhat tastes very nice with Jilebi.

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Pepper Garlic Rasam (Indian pepper soup)

Pepper Garlic Rasam (Indian pepper soup) by Navaneetham Krishnan

Sparkled with curry leaves, coriander leaves and spring onion without any compromise on its authentic flavour.

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ONE POT WONDER-SUPER EASY LAMB MASALA Recipe

ONE POT WONDER-SUPER EASY LAMB MASALA Recipe by Renu Guru

Indian cooking need not be tedious or overly hot and spicy.Many of Indian curries can be made in a manner that is less time consuming yet retaining that lovely Indian taste all the way through.This dish is one such.I have had this dish made with chicken but when I made this with lamb for the 1st time,It turned out equally delicious…

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Quinoa kabab

Quinoa kabab by santosh

Quinoa is naturally gluten-free and contains iron, B-vitamins, magnesium, phosphorus, and fiber. It is one of only a few plant foods that are considered a Quinoa-1cup

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GAJAR KA HALWA (CARROTS DESSERT)

GAJAR KA HALWA (CARROTS DESSERT) by MARIA LOURDES V. LIPARDO-AYUB

This is one of the best Indian dishes I couldn't forget in my life. It's incredibly tasty and exotic. I didn't stop searching how to make it until I came up with this recipe.

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Vendaikaai More Kulambu

Vendaikaai More Kulambu by Karthikeyan

An Yogurt Gravy dish eaten with rice

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Mutton Liver Fry

Mutton Liver Fry by Karthikeyan

A tasty Mutton liver fry with tomato gravy

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Banana Peel Halwa

Banana Peel Halwa by Nivedita Thadani

Banana is a favorite fruit of everyone, including God! Banana is the first fruit we offer to God in any Puja. Banana is a rich source of potassium and fibres. But here is the recipe made from BANANA PEEL. It is a desert which can be prepared in very less time. ONLY to take care is the QUANTITY OF SUGAR and TO BE VERY QUICK in making…

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Sodhi (coconut milk stew)

Sodhi (coconut milk stew) by Navaneetham Krishnan

Chinese cabbage soaked up in coconut milk turmeric gravy/stew.

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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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Khatta Meetha Chatpata Chole

Khatta Meetha Chatpata Chole by Mira

Sharing with you a tongue tickling recipe which gives you a mixed taste... sweet, sour, spicy to make it an aromatic accompaniment :p Olive oil is used in this recipe. You can use any oil of your choice. For children you decide the use of chillies as preferred. This dish can be had as a chole chat separately in a bowl and…

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