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Authentic Mohanthal For Diwali - A Traditional Gujarati Sweet - Chickpea Flour Fudge

Authentic Mohanthal For Diwali - A Traditional Gujarati Sweet - Chickpea Flour Fudge by A2Z Healthy Vegetarian Cuisine

Know What You Eat: Mohanthal or Chickpea (besan) flour fudge is a Gujarati delicacy most often made during any auspicious occasions like Deepawali | Diwali. It can be described as chickpea (besan) flour fudge spiced with cardamom and topped with sliced…

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Prawns Roast

Prawns Roast by Varsha Premdas

This is sure to ignite your taste buds. Adapted from the Chemmeen Roast recipe provided by Marias Menu, this helped me take my husband back to his college days spent in Chennai when he and his friends used to visit the local dhabas to eat their regular porottas and beef roast. A mix of various masalas and prawns, this dish can be used…

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Brinjal fry (Kathirikkai poriyal)

Brinjal fry (Kathirikkai poriyal) by Shobana Vijay

An easy to make yummy side dish for Rice Varieties. There are many ways to make the dish, yet I like this simple way of making using Sambar powder. I always want this poriyal without changing the shape of the long cuts, so I used to be extra careful while preparing this. At the same time I don’t want to use more oil also. The finished…

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Manchurian Roasted Cauliflower

Manchurian Roasted Cauliflower by Michael Swiney

Anyone want to know why an Indian dish is called Manchurian, which is Chinese? Well yawn through this while I bore you with my culture and cuisine genius: The cuisine is believed to have originated from the Chinese population of Calcutta, India and Chinese food is still popular there. At present, the Chinese population in Calcutta…

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Flaky Lachha Paratha

Flaky Lachha Paratha by Nupur UKrasoi

The step by step art of making perfect Flaky Lachha Parathas.. This Punjabi flat-bread is a sure shot heart winner for Sunday brunch

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Kiwi Ka Panna Recipe (Indian Style Kiwi Sherbet)

Kiwi Ka Panna Recipe (Indian Style Kiwi Sherbet) by Hina Gujral

Kiwi Ka Panna Recipe is a simple Indian style sherbet made with charred or roasted kiwis, flavored with fresh mint sprigs and black salt. For the country where summers are scorching, clammy and extended till late August, refreshing homemade drinks are necessity to resist the soaring high heat. With last bottle of homemade Aam Panna…

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Beetroot Cutlet / Tikki / Pattice

Beetroot Cutlet / Tikki / Pattice by Mira

Indian Coffee House @ Kozhikode is very famous for its yummy cutlets. The speciality is that they use beetroot as one of the ingridient for the cutlet which is accompanied by Beetroot based sauce. The waiters in their traditional uniform with a fanned turban on head moves swiftly catering to the needs. You cannot expect a good…

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Eggplant Peppers And Spinach Oh My! A Mock Meat Dish Made For Meatless Monday.

Eggplant Peppers And Spinach Oh My! A Mock Meat Dish Made For Meatless Monday. by kathy gori

s a kid I was suspicious of anything mock. Mock was a big word in our house and not a popular one with me. There was mock apple pie made of Ritz Crackers..yeah I know. I had a mock Barbie Doll who sort of resembled Barbies' chunkier sister. She had…

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Adai- Savoury Lentil Crepes

Adai- Savoury Lentil Crepes by Anusha Praveen

Crepes are an integral part of a south indian palate. They come in the form of dosas in many varieties and colours and combinations. Adai is a lentil crepe which i often make at home and is an all time favourite. Full of proteins and carbohydrates, it makes an excellent breakfast menu and tastes divine with Aviyal or even a bowl of…

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