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Dahi Bhalla or Dahi Vada recipe

Chaats are always welcomed in my family and that too if it is NON FRIED. We all are familiar with this yummy and delicious all-time-favorite Dahi Bhalla or Dahi Vada recipe. Savory non fried lentil fritters dipped in yogurt, served chilled; topped with chutneys and spices.....

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Bread Rolls

Good Morning friends!! Still thinking about a healthy breakfast recipe. Well your wait is over, today’s breakfast recipe is a quick & easy one – Non fried potato stuffed bread rolls. Pan tossed bread rolls stuffed with potatoes – pea mixture is a healthy, delicious and...

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Gatte ki sabzi

Hello friends, I bet all of you had wonderful summery weekend. Finally it’s Monday and after two days of relaxing I am all pumped up to start a whole new week !! 😉 So what’s cookin??  It’s no onion no garlic Gatte ki sabzi also referred to as Besan gatta...

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Pithi wala Paratha

Peethi or Pithi wala paratha is a lentil stuffed flat-bread which is yummy and extremely delicious. Pithi or peethi is a urad dal mixture sauteed with onions, gram flour, spices and later stuffed in wheat flour and rolled out like parathas. A versatile mixture that can be...

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Paneer Paratha

Start your day off right with a healthy and nutritious breakfast and should never be missed. I had read somewhere that BREAKFAST means break the fast meaning ‘break your overnight fast’. It’s so true. After a goodnight sleep body is craving for something healthy in the morning,...

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Ram Ladoo recipe

Delhi bellies here comes the popular street food of Delhi- Ram Ladoos or Gul-gule. If you are from Delhi you can’t miss on this one. Outside every shopping mall or a popular shopping place like Lajpat nagar, Chandi chowk, vendors setup their mobile stalls and sell these savory...

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Kakori Kebab recipe

Whether be kebabs or biryanis Mughlai cuisine takes a special place in my house. Today I bring you one of the famous Mughlai Kebab – Kakori Kebab recipe. Kakori is a term used to describe the most softest kebabs in the world. In fact kakori kabab have...

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Stuffed Aloo Tikki

Rains..rains and more rains.. when the weather is such what can you crave for – yummy STREET FOOD and that too homemade. So I am headed to my kitchen to prepare one the most popular street food of India- Stuffed Aloo tikki ♥. Aloo tikkis...

Cooking Basics

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Vinegar Onion recipe or Sirke wala pyaaz recipe

Enjoy rich garnet colored pickled onions when you visit your favorite restaurant. Then here is a simple recipe to make these onions at home. Taste exactly the same and can be enjoyed for a week if stored in a airtight container. Pearl onions are pickled...

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How to make mawa – 5 ways of making mawa

How to make Khoya/mawa at home? This is a common question that is usually asked and searched. Well today I am showing you 5 ways to make mawa at home. They are all pretty easy to make and you can have instant khoya ready in minutes. Khoya/Mawa...

Tips & Tricks

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Mess -free kulfi

Enjoy Kulfi, ice creams or popsicle mess free. Place a cupcake liner underneath your dessert to avoid drippings. All drippings will fall in the cupcake liner and once done toss everything in the trash. Voila.. no more sticky hands  

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Blueberry Cake Tip

Blueberries have a tendency to sink to the bottom of the cake. BUT WHY DO MY BLUEBERRIES SINK? Answer is simple .. GRAVITY. Anything additional added to a cake whether be chocolate chip, blueberries, or any other berries or nuts they will sink to the...

Festivals of India

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Ramadan, is the holiest month in the Islamic year and muslims around the world practice sawm/siyam, or fasting, for the entire month of Ramadan. Fasting during Ramdan is one of the five pillars of Islam and one of the highest forms of Islamic worship. WHEN IS...

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Indian festival Calendar – 2015

Indian Festival Calendar 2015 – Rich in it’s cultural inheritance, festivals are an essential part of our Indian community.They reflect the diversity of celebrations in a multi-cultural, multi- religion nation which values sentiments, respects traditions and fosters community living. Indian festivals are so vast in number and...

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Baisakhi or Vaisakhi Festival

Baisakhi marks the ripening of the Rabi crop and is celebrated in the month of Vaishakh (April-May). After harvesting of the winter crops, farmers of northern states of Punjab and Haryana celebrate this day as the beginning of another year. Vaishakh months of April and May are filled with festivals...

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Lohri – Harvest Festival

Lohri – Harvest Festival – of Punjab and Haryana is also referred as the bonfire festival. Huge bonfires are lit to thanks the God for abundant crops. WHEN IS LOHRI CELEBRATED? Lohri – Harvest Festival is celebrated on 13th of January during the month of Paush...