Monthly Archive: March 2016

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Moti Pulao – Pearl Pulao

Share7 Pin10 +13 Tweet Yum2 StumbleShares 22Pulao, pulav or Pilaf is a comfort food and a perfect dish for any occasion! Whether be a weekend or a busy week night, these one pot meals come in really handy. Just like pulao, Biryani is yet another delicacy that...

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Angoori Gulab Jamun

Share18 Pin225 +14 Tweet Yum16 Stumble1Shares 264 Angoori Gulab Jamun is a traditional Indian dessert loved and enjoyed by every age group. Small spongy pearl shaped anguri/angoori gulab jamun are prepared with mawa/khoya and soaked in sugar syrup. They get their name Angoori, because of their...

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How to make Chasni for Indian Sweets?

Share3 Pin17 +1 Tweet Yum StumbleShares 20 Sugar syrup or ‘Chasni’ is used in a lot of Indian sweets and mithais. These syrups are different for each mithai. Some desserts use 1 ‘taar’ or 1 string/thread consistency while other uses 2 ‘taar’ or 2 string/thread consistency sugar...

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Paneer ke Sooley

Share26 Pin1.5K +112 Tweet Yum1 Stumble1Shares 1.5KTender, stuffed, cubes of paneer are skewered with crunchy vegetables and grilled to perfection! Paneer ke Sooley –  a perfect summer recipe that will please and satisfy the whole family! Paneer is my all-time- favorite alternative to meat – whether be sweet...

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Oats Poha

Share9 Pin216 +16 Tweet Yum13 StumbleShares 244 Want to take a break from sweetened oats, then give this savory version a try. Oats, referred to as “Jau” in Hindi are high in fiber, provide important proteins and are loaded with iron. It’s light and something that will keep...

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Healthy Soya Sandwich

Share4 Pin491 +18 Tweet Yum33 Stumble1Shares 537 Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and with our busy schedules we often tend to skip that. After an overnight fast, we need to break-the-fast and refuel our body with a healthy and nutritious breakfast. For my...

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Motichoor Ladoo

Share27 Pin151 +153 Tweet Yum StumbleShares 231 Motichoor ladoos prepared from gram flour are tiny droplets of flour that are fried, later immersed in thick sugar syrup and finally shaped liked ladoos. Mootichoor ladoos are used in Indian pujas (prayers) and offered to gods as a prasad (religious offering)....