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The Banana Split...Deconstructed. A Light Variation On A Classic!

The Banana Split...Deconstructed. A Light Variation On A Classic! by kathy gori

This is a post about Banana Splits and a confession. I have to be thoroughly honest here and say that I'm not an expert on banana splits. In fact I've never eaten a banana split. It's not that they haven't looked good, and I'm sure they taste great,…

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Chicken Fry : Malabar Thani Naadan Kozhi porichathu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Chicken Fry : Malabar Thani Naadan Kozhi porichathu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! by Preetha

An authentic and simple Chicken fry

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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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Eggplant In Spicy Sauce/Gravy

Eggplant In Spicy Sauce/Gravy by Navaneetham Krishnan

eggplant and cherry tomatoes in a thick spicy tangy sauce/gravy.

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Maddur Vada

Maddur Vada by Hina Gujral

Maddur Vada is deep-fried savory fritters made with combination of different flours, semolina and lots of onion. Maddur Vada is one of the well liked dishes across South India, it's origin is claimed to be in the small town of Karnataka called Maddur in Mandya district, this town is located somewhere between Bangalore and Mysore the…

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Gluten Free Masoor Dal Cutlet Recipe

Gluten Free Masoor Dal Cutlet Recipe by Hina Gujral

Gluten Free Masoor Dal Cutlet Recipe is a satiating party appetizer or teatime snack with crisp exterior and soft kebab like texture underneath. The term cutlet defines a flat croquette of minced meat, nuts, or pulses, typically covered in breadcrumbs and shaped like a veal chop. There are no second thoughts about cutlet being not…

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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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Meethe Chawal (Sweet Pulao Recipe)

Meethe Chawal (Sweet Pulao Recipe) by Hina Gujral

Meethe Chawal or the sweet pulao is considered one of the most auspicious dishes in Punjabi Cuisine. Desserts made with rice are popular in Punjabi to name few – Kheer, Phirni and this unusual version of savory rice is a specialty prepared on certain festive occasions. Considered a good omen, to combine yellow rice with sugar and…

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Pick Tandourian sauce

Pick Tandourian sauce by Shandiola colebrooke

Sauce for chicken,fish shrimps. Excellent for grilling! Add sauce to food before placing on the grill.

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Oats and vegetable patties

Oats and vegetable patties by Renu Guru

You can have them with tea or serve them for lunch, these starters will never make you feel like you are committing a diet crime. You can savour these guilt free.

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PANEER PASANDA

PANEER PASANDA by Priyanka Bhattacharjee

I just love to eat Paneer. But somehow didnt have it for the past so many months.Last week when I went for my household shopping I saw panner and was so tempted. I left chicken and bought paneer. . The dish I made was a total experiment so had to christine it. Since I really enjoyed the dish , the word "PASAND" (mean like) poped up in…

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Red hot lamb curry

Red hot lamb curry by Achal Singh Bhati

It is a all time favorite dish of Jodhpur ,Rajasthan, India. It can be easily prepared at home giving you an opportunity to invite guests at home for a delicious treat. The ingredients are given below and also the method of preparation. Try out today and taste the flavour of Rajasthan.

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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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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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Eggplant Stir Fried With Curry Leaves & Saffron

Eggplant Stir Fried With Curry Leaves & Saffron by Navaneetham Krishnan

tender eggplant pieces enhanced with saffron, chilies and ginger, also scented with curry leaves and cumin seeds.

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