Chocolate kulfi recipe – how to make choco kulfi recipe – Indian desserts

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Kulfi is a delicious. popular and frozen Indian dessert made from milk and sugar.  Kulfi is similar to ice-cream in taste and appearance but it is denser and creamier.  There are different variations of kulfi – badam kulfi, kesar kulfi, pista kulfi, malai kuli and mango kulfi.  Chocolate kulfi is a  favourite of many, especially kids.  Chocolate

Chilli bajji or mirchi bajji recipe – how to make mirchi bajji recipe

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Chilli bajji or milagai bajji is a very popular street snack in several parts of South India.  Long green chillies are dipped in gramflour batter and then deep fried.  It is a perfect teatime snack and is also known as ooty milagai in Tamil Nadu.  In North Karnataka, chilli bajji is served along with puffed

Mooli paratha recipe – how to make mooli paratha or radish paratha recipe

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Mooli or radish paratha is a popular dish frvom North Indian cuisine and a common breakfast dish especially in Punjab. Radish is rich in nutrients, vitamin C and potassium and an extremely low caloric vegetable.  There are 2 methods of making  mooli parathas.  One is the stuffed version where the stuffing and the dough is prepared separately

Rasmalai recipe – how to make rasmalai recipe – Instant bengali rasmalai recipe

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Rasmalai is a delicious Indian dessert and one of the most popular Bengal sweet made from spongy chenna or cottage cheese balls (rasgullas) which are soaked in saffron flavoured sweetened milk.  This recipe is a instant recipe made from readymade rasgullas and condensed milk and can be prepared in 15-20 minutes.  Rasmalai is best served chilled

Mixed vegetable sambar recipe – how to make south indian mixed vegetable sambar recipe

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Sambar is a lentil, tamarind and vegetable based curry or stew and very popular in South India. The story is that it got originated in the kitchen of  Thanjavur.  Maratha ruler, Shahuji during the 17th century from the southern Indian state of Tamilnadu tried to make a dish called amti (Maharashtrian curry) and experimented with toor dal or

Chapathi upma or phodnichi poli recipe – how to make chapati or roti upma recipe – snacks/breakfast recipes

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Chapathi upma is a very tasty snack made with chapatis and cooked with onions and spices.  It is a very easy and quick recipe which gets ready in no time.  Chapathi upma can be made with minimal ingredients available at home.  If you have leftover chapatis or excess rotis, you can make this at your home and enjoy.  

Raw banana bajji recipe – how to make raw banana or balekayi bajji recipe – snacks recipes

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Raw banana bajji or balekayi bajji is one of the most popular teatime snacks in India.  Bajjis can be prepared with different types of vegetables such as capsicum, brinjal, potato and cauliflower.  Raw banana bajji is a deep fried fritter very popular in South India and a common tea time snack in many homes.  Raw

Tawa pulao – how to make Mumbai tawa pulao recipe – pulao recipes

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Tawa pulao is a popular Mumbai street food made of rice, vegetables and cooked with pav bhaji masala and other Indian spices.  It is generally prepared on a huge tawa by the street vendors, which they also use for making pav bhaji, masala pav and other snacks.  But tawa pulao can also be made in

Instant wheat dosa – how to make south indian godhumai dosa recipe – easy breakfast recipes

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Wheat dosa is another instant version of dosa made with wheat flour. Also called as godhuma (means wheat) dosa in Tamil Nadu, it is a popular south indian breakfast dish, which is not only simple but easy to make too.  Wheat dosa makes up for a healthy evening snack or light dinner too.  It goes well

Rasgulla recipe – how to make spongy homemade rasgulla recipe – Indian dessert recipes

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Rasgulla is a syrupy, popular and delicious dessert made from ball shaped dumplings of chenna (Indian cottage cheese) and cooked in light sugar syrup.  The spongy white rasgulla is believed to have been introduced in present-day West Bengal.  The traditional Odisha rasgullas are softer and creamish in colour than Bengali rasgullas. The Bengali rasgullas are whitish and rubbery.