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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…

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Naan Bread II

Naan Bread II by myra byanka

Great flatbread for wraps, soups, stews, etc. Requires a comal or cast iron skillet. Recipe easily doubles.

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Chocolate crinkle cookies

Chocolate crinkle cookies by neha mathur

These cookies are crispy from the outside and chewy from the inside..Good as a after school snack..

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Peach Ginger Chutney

Peach Ginger Chutney by Bob Vincent

This is a simple chutney that goes well with grilled Indian or spicy food. I served it with Grilled Tandoori Turkey Tenderloin. A link for the turkey is provided.

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The Raw And The Uncooked, A Meatless Monday Special

The Raw And The Uncooked, A Meatless Monday Special by kathy gori

I'm loving this whole meatless Monday business. It's great to take a break from the same old same old. One of my food blogger friends Jeroxie at Addictive and Consuming, had a post up last night where she was describing some simply divine potato and pea samosas made with filo dough. I had no business reading it at that hour as I was…

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Meatless Monday, Take The Corn Off The Cob!

Meatless Monday, Take The Corn Off The Cob! by kathy gori

What should greet us this morning as we returned from our early morning coffee run to the Basque Boulangerie but a large turkey vulture sitting on the branch of a tree looking down at our house. "Whoa!" I thought. What a kickoff to Meatless Monday. Whatever that big bird was looking for, he was not going to find it in my kitchen…

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Homemade White Butter

Homemade White Butter by Hina Gujral

You must be wondering why you should bother with making your own butter. There are actually several reasons! First, it's really easy and also you end up with a superior product, especially if you choose quality cream from the fresh milk. Though store bought butter is always there but that taste of farm freshness is missing and…

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How to Make Perfect Puri/Poori

How to Make Perfect Puri/Poori by Hina Gujral

How to make perfect Puri is no secret mantra, all it requires is bit of practice. Puri or Poori is renowned Indian puffed bread. These plump, spherical deep-fried breads are native of Indian sub-continent. The culinary tour of the by-lanes of old cities is never considered complete without enjoying Puri dipped in piping hot bold…

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Onion Fritters (Kanda Bhajji)

Onion Fritters (Kanda Bhajji) by Padma Priya Manikam

This is a light snack that can be an appetizer and eaten during tea-break especially during a rainy day!

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Meatless Humpday! Not Your Grandpas' Spinach Salad!

Meatless Humpday! Not Your Grandpas' Spinach Salad! by kathy gori

Who says the only meatless day is Monday? The middle of the week, when things get crazy is also the time for something fast and simple that doesn't involve turning on the stove. This is about a spinach salad that makes up in minutes, has interesting flavors and is not like your average spinach salad. I learned about this from one of…

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shengadanyachi chutney

shengadanyachi chutney by pshinde2109

shengadanyachi chutney is one of famous chutney in Maharashtrian meals.It makes great side dip for every meal.

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6 FALL Coffee Favorites!

6 FALL Coffee Favorites! by thecurrymommy

6 FALL Coffee Favorites! Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew, Pumpkin Spice Latte, Pumpkin Spice Chai Latte, Chai, Indian Coffee, and Dirty Chai Latte

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CANTALOUPE SORBET

CANTALOUPE SORBET by Renu Guru

A lighter version of the ice cream sorbet is just what you need during summers.And when you have a fruit as prone to turning ripe and icky as cantaloupe,why not use it up this way?This dish will satiate your dessert cravings and keep the summer heat at bay.

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Spicy Lentil & Bean Soup

Spicy Lentil & Bean Soup by The Kitchen Magpie - Karlynn Johnston

I have been looking for more ways to serve beans and lentils that aren’t boring, since my non-meat eating son needs protein in his meals. And the fact that they are incredibly healthy for us is a huge bonus as well. Soup is a great way to incorporate lentils and beans into your diet, especially since it is so satisfying in the…

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Mango Pulp Fruit Salad

Mango Pulp Fruit Salad by Sharada Kakarla

With weather changing... this may be a nice dish for kids specially to eat variety of fruits in a different way. WIth Mango flavor, most of kids, as well as adults like the blended taste of mango, ice cream and freshly cut fruits. Any fruit can be added per choice. I generally try to make sure of banana which tastes pretty good in…

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