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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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Spinach Bhaji (Fritters)

Spinach Bhaji (Fritters) by Navaneetham Krishnan

Crispiness and awesomeness for any time is good time snack.

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Curry leaves Valakkai Poriyal (Plantain Chips)

Curry leaves Valakkai Poriyal (Plantain Chips) by Navaneetham Krishnan

A lovely crispy-crunchy accompaniment for rice or snacking.

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Jalebi

Jalebi by Suhaina Rasheed

Indian sweet made with all purpose flour fried and dipped in flavored sugar syrup.

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Christmas Cookies-Kulkuls

Christmas Cookies-Kulkuls by Paul Anderson Lumen

Christmas Sweets in India

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Amritsari Fish- A popular street food of Punjab

Amritsari Fish- A popular street food of Punjab by Sonali Pradhan

Amritsari Fish, a delicacy originated from Amritsar, Punjab is also a popular street food sold in the streets corner of Amritsar. This is an easy fried fish dish cooked in minutes with the readily available ingredients from your kitchen. Serve this as an appetizer for your cocktail party or side dish for your main course. I prepared…

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Prawn Koliwada -Amchi Mumbai spicy fried Prawns

Prawn Koliwada -Amchi Mumbai spicy fried Prawns by Sonali Pradhan

Prawn Koliwada is a spicy Fried Prawn dish, relished as a starter in restaurants , can also be a star appetizer of your party. In contrary to the popular belief that this dish originated on the Konkan coast, it is actually a dish originated in the Sion fishing village, or koliwada in Mumbai by a north Indian immigrant from Punjab.…

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Indian Yogurt Soup

Indian Yogurt Soup by Navaneetham Krishnan

This soup is a delectable combination of Indian spices and the must have Indian herb; curry leaves. It’s nicely done; not too spicy, neither too sour nor astringent in taste.

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Mango Kulfi

Mango Kulfi by Navaneetham Krishnan

Chilled, creamy-mango, nutty flavoured dessert/ice-cream, subtly infused with cardamom and saffron strands.

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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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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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Stuffed Bitter Gourd Fry

Stuffed Bitter Gourd Fry by Paul Anderson Lumen

Something Different

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curry chicken breast salad with red grapes in wonton cups

curry chicken breast salad with red grapes in wonton cups by Jackie Newgent

Enjoy exotic-tasting chicken salad as a fun finger food. These fancy little cups will be a big hit at your next party. Please use this verified nutrition analysis: Per serving: 190 calories, 54 calories from fat, 6g total fat, 1 g saturated fat, 35mg cholesterol, 330mg sodium, 20g total carbohydrate, 1g dietary fiber, 6g sugars,…

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Fruity Hearts

Fruity Hearts by Sangeeta Shah

I had some left over boondi ladoo and left over badam katli, which i was not interested in eating any more,and as i made it with so much passion i didn"t wanted to throw it out,so i tried 2 make something new with it...but along with new flavor....hopefully turned out well.....It can be quickly and easily made......It is most useful…

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Vegetable Pakora

Vegetable Pakora by Aparna Anurag

Pakoras are created by taking one or two ingredients and dipping them in a batter of gram flour and then deep-frying them. When onions, on their own, are prepared in the same way, they are known as onionbhaji. A version of pakora made with wheat flour, salt, and tiny bits of potato or onion (optional) is called noon bariya (nūn=salt)…

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