Capsicum chutney recipe – How to make capsicum chutney recipe – side dish for idlis and dosas

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Capsicum chutney is a quick and tasty side dish for idlis and dosas.  This chutney is a good variation from the regular chutneys like coconut chutney, onion chutney or tomato chutney for idli dosa.  It goes well with even other south indian breakfast dishes like pongal, upma or adais. Green capsicum or  bell pepper is a

Aloo gobi paratha recipe – How to make aloo gobi (potato cauliflower) paratha recipe

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Aloo gobi paratha – a stuffed paratha made with grated cauliflower, mashed potatoes and spices.  It is one of the popular paratha recipes from Punjab.  Parathas are generally served as breakfast dish and served with raita or plain curd.  Wheat flour is used here for making these parathas instead of maida and hence makes this

Cauliflower pakoda recipe – How to make cauliflower pakora (gobi pakoras) recipe – gobi recipes

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Cauliflower pakoda or pakoras is a very easy to make deep fried Indian snack made with cauliflower, gram flour, rice flour and spices.  These fritters make a great snack for kids and they enjoy and love these crispy pakoras.  To make these pakoras, cauliflower is separated into small florets and then mixed with  besan, rice

Ginger Cardamom Tea recipe – How to make ginger tea (adrak chai) recipe

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Ginger cardamom tea is a very popular flavoured tea made with tea leaves, milk, sugar, ginger and cardamom.  It is a healthy drink that is good for digestion.  Ginger when simmered for a long time gives out a nice flavour which is not only refreshing but also an invigorating way to start the morning. Ginger

Amla rice | Nellikai chitranna | Nellikai sadam recipe – Amla recipes

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Amla rice or gooseberry rice is one of the easiest but also healthiest dish made with amla and rice.  Amla is an excellent source of Vitamin C and hence it helps boost your immunity, metabolism and prevents viral and bacterial ailments, including cough and cold.  It also helps in slowing down the ageing process, keeps

Chana dal fry recipe – How to make punjabi chana dal recipe – dal recipes

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Chana dal also called as bengal gram (split chickpeas) is produced by removing the outer layer of kala chana (black chickpeas).  It is high on proteins and regular consumption helps in reducing protein malnutrition.  Chana dal is used to make curries and one of the most popular vegetarian foods in India.  Chana dal is one of

Carrot halwa recipe – How to make carrot halwa or gajar ka halwa recipe in pressure cooker

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Carrot halwa or gajar ka halwa is a very popular dessert from North India.  It is a combination of ghee, milk, sugar, nuts, mawa with grated carrot.  Carrot halwa is often served at festivals or special occasions.  It is most preferred mostly during winters, as carrots are widely available in the markets.  Here I have

Gobi manchurian dry recipe – How to make gobi manchurian dry recipe – Indian snacks

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Gobi manchurian is an Indian Chinese fried cauliflower dish and a popular snack in India.  There are 2 versions of gobi manchurian, dry and gravy.  This is a dry gobi Manchurian recipe.  Both the recipes are prepared by  using common ingredients like  cauliflower, green capsicum, corn flour, maida, spring onion, soya sauce, tomato sauce and garnished with

Parwal ki subzi – How to make parwal ki sabzi recipe – North Indian recipes

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Parwal is also called as pointed gourd or green potato and widely grown in northern parts of India.  Parwal is a good source of vitamin and minerals, carbohydrates, vitamin A and C.  It is low in calories   and helps lower the cholesterol.  It is also called as potol in Bengali and parval in Gujarathi or hindi.  Vegetable made with parwal

Mysore pak recipe – How to make soft mysore pak recipe – a rich South Indian sweet

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Mysore pak is a rich Indian sweet dish made from gram flour, sugar and ghee and usually served as a dessert.  It originated in Mysore city in Karnataka State.  Legend says that Mysore pak was first created in the kitchens of Mysore Palace by a palace cook named Kakasura Madappa.  When asked its name, Madappa having