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Mint and Coriander Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney)

Mint and Coriander Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney) by Hina Gujral

Mint and Coriander Chutney Recipe is quick to make chutney that can spice-up any appetizer, especially Indian Chaats. No Indian street food fare is complete without spicy, flavorsome condiments. These condiments not only bring colors to the table but also provide a layer of flavors to the food.

1 vote
2143 views
Apple and Raisin Chutney Recipe

Apple and Raisin Chutney Recipe by Hina Gujral

Apple and Raisin Chutney Recipe is a British style savory spread made with apples and raisin and a hint of cinnamon that provides the much required warmth.

1 vote
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Orange Iced Tea with Mint and Lime

Orange Iced Tea with Mint and Lime by Hina Gujral

Last year a friend of mine from Hong Kong got a packet of Chinese tea leaves called "Poli", I am not a tea lover so never used it but few days while reshuffling all those kitchen cabinets I saw that tea leaves packet lying all alone in one dark corner, and so this how it came into use, I guess this the reason I love culinary souvenirs…

2 votes
4756 views
ChOkHa

ChOkHa by Sangeeta Shah

Chokha is a side dish,served with Litti ,the main ingredient is brinjal....little bit spicy semi liquid gravy dish.Some times it is made only with potatoes,but i made it with brinjal...:)

1 vote
2533 views
Cauliflower & Potatoes ~ Indian style

Cauliflower & Potatoes ~ Indian style by Amos Miller

I have never been a really big fan of cauliflower, but I love potatoes and spices. This dish, known as 'Alu Ghobi', has long been a favorite vegetable side dish in my kitchen. It is simple, easy to make and very healthy for you. One seldom finds a cauliflower dish on the average restaurant menu. But you need not be a…

8 votes
18895 views
A refreshing Drink to Welcome All members

A refreshing Drink to Welcome All members by sanjeeta kk

A natural summer cooler made with mint, lemon and ginger. Refreshing and healthy with no added preservative in it.

2 votes
10723 views
Onion Bhajia (or Pakora)

Onion Bhajia (or Pakora) by Haresh Shah

This is an excellent snack and goes well with beer, wine or any soft drink. Best eaten when hot from the frying pan. One could replace onion with any other vegetable such as sliced potato, sliced egg plant, etc.

2 votes
8048 views