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Salted Mint Lassi Recipe

A staple in every household during summer months – Salted mint lassi recipe also referred to as namkeen lassi.  Very cool and refreshing! Savory mint lassi is a traditional Indian summer drink that is prepared by blending yogurt with spices until its frothy. In Punjab, no meal...

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Aam ka panna

A perfect summer coolant- Aam ka panna or tangy mango drink. It’s a popular drink and is enjoyed in summer months as this drinks cools you down and saves one from the scorching heat of summer. Raw mango is boiled, peeled, pureed and flavored with spices, later cooled...

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Vegetarian Keema Gobi

A very basic way of preparing keema gobi. Not to be confused with non-veg keema recipe, it’s a totally VEGETARIAN DISH. As the name suggest cauliflower or gobi is not minced rather it’s trimmed into tiny and very tiny pieces which resembles like a minced...

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Tomato cucumber Veggie Sandwich

Saturday and summertime what a great combination for a picnic or short trips. Plan to go on a trip and the first thing that comes to our mind is PICNIC FOOD that is quick and easy to prepare. What could be better than Tomato cucumber Veggie Sandwich...

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Spicy Veg Noodles

Thin spaghetti noodles tossed with veggies and spiced with Asian sauces creates a lip-smacking recipe – spicy veg noodles. Any combination will work with this recipe. Very adaptable and flexible recipe, I have added veggies but if you are a non- veg eater add meat...

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Strawberry and Mango Smoothie

Staple drink of summer -Strawberry Mango Smoothie. Fresh strawberries and mangoes are in the season and time to prepare a very tasty and delicious summer drink. Makes a refreshing breakfast treat. As per once preference bananas can be added to this combo to make it filling...

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Matar Kulcha Recipe

It’s pouring down heavily and time to enjoy some healthy Indian street food. Matar or Matra ki chaat with wheat kulcha- YUM- a perfect complement to the weather. Delhi streets are flooded with vendors selling Matar kulche or Chole Kulche at every corner. It’s a spicy...

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Gobi Manchurian

Thursday night quick fix up – Gobi Manchurian a nice medley of Indian and Chinese flavors. Perfectly delicious dish! great flavor, and super simple. My family loves fusion food and this is an amazing recipe for anyone who enjoys fusion food. Nothing complicated, simple recipe prepared with deep fried cauliflower...

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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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...

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Fluffy Puris

For fluffy puris – While kneading the dough adjust the amount of water with 2 tablespoon of milk. For example – if the dough requires 1 cup of water adjust it – minus 2 tablespoon of water from 1 cup and add 2 tablespoon of...

Festivals of India


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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...

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Makar Sankranti – Harvest festival

Makar Sankranti marks the end of cold winter days and beginning of warm and longer days for the harvest season. WHEN IS MAKAR SANKRANTI CELEBRATED? This festival is celebrated on 14th of January in the month of Magha when the sun passes through the winter solstice,...