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Gujarati Khatta Dhokla

Gujarati Khatta Dhokla by Hina Gujral

Gujarati Khatta Dhokla is steamed rice and lentil fudge seasoned with curry leaves, mustard seeds with splash yellowish red of turmeric and red chili powder. Gujarati Farsans (Snacks) have unique persona each with distinguished cooking method, peculiar taste profile, appetizing presentation and low on calorie count. One such…

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Indonesian Traditional Kue Lapis (Layer Cake)

Indonesian Traditional Kue Lapis (Layer Cake) by Christine

I was craving this Indonesian Traditional Layer Cake some time ago and decided to make it myself. I used the recipe from an old cook book I bought in Indonesia many years ago. This book is intended for beginners in the kitchen and the recipe for this Kue Lapis doesn't use rice flour but uses mungbean flour (tepung hunkwe) instead.

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EgglessVanillaCookerCake

EgglessVanillaCookerCake by HemaSrini

Thanks to Lord who once again bestowed good time on us. This December we brought 5 new things viz., Black colored Sony Cybershot for me, Blue colored Bicycle for my first son – Aditya, Red colored walker for second son – Aadya, Black colored Sony Home Theatre for home, Blue colored Avenger for my hubby. To remember this sweet moment,…

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Coconut rice cake

Coconut rice cake by BestOodles

Perfect picnic dessert packages

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PUTONG PUTI (White Rice Cake)

PUTONG PUTI (White Rice Cake) by Luvilli Fe Centino Fullon

A popular Filipino dessert and the favorite accompaniment for Dinuguan.

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Rava Idli Sqaures

Rava Idli Sqaures by Hina Gujral

After living in South from past few years one thing in me has definitely changed, my breakfast habits, I have become huge fan of South Indian breakfast and I think I have tasted breakfast of almost each and every kind of South Indian breakfast joint in Bangalore as well as Chennai. There is something very succulent and satisfying…

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Spicy Steamed King Prawns

Spicy Steamed King Prawns by Renu Guru

Prawns are naturally very low in fat, but can be quite high in cholesterol -However, this is still less than a single egg.They're brilliantly versatile - you can swap them out for chicken or fish in most of the dishes you would cook. Prawns are also quite handy as they can be bought ready-cooked or cooked up in a matter of minutes.…

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