Chana Dal Seekh Kebab

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Chana Dal Seekh Kebab

Share14 Pin3.5K +13 TweetShares 3.5K These super yummy and flavorful kebabs were on my to-cook list for quite some time, and I have no idea what took me so long to publish this easy and simple Chana dal seekh kebab recipe. Mixed lentils and veggies combined together give these seekh...

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Matar Poha or Chura Matar Recipe

Share6 Pin197 +19 TweetShares 212 India is a land of diverse cultures. Elements of Indian diversity is reflected in its languages, religions, traditions and above all FOOD. Pick a single ingredient and every state has its own way of making it and this diversity is the...

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Paneer Kathi Rolls

Share12 Pin775 +11 TweetShares 788Vegetarian kathi rolls that are stuffed with kadai paneer, layered with chutney, onions and rolled up in whole wheat chapati. It makes up for a perfect lunch time snack that is healthy, filling and delicious. From the cultural capital of India, Kolkata comes a...

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Dal Pakwan Recipe

Share21 Pin188 +11 TweetShares 210 Growing up in a diversified colony gave me an advantage to enjoy different meals prepared by our neighbors. I still remember I was in grade 7th when I first tasted this Dal pakwan recipe. My reaction was, “How do I eat a...

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Pav Bhaji Recipe

Share2 Pin403 +11 TweetShares 406 From the streets of Mumbai, I bring you a popular and famous lip-smacking, and delicious snack – Pav Bhaji Recipe. Where pav means bread and bhaji means a spicy blend of vegetables cooked in tomato based gravy and later flavored with aromatic spices....

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Baingan kachri Recipe

Share29 Pin174 +11 TweetShares 204 Remember this one – Baingan kachri recipe meaning Eggplant slices. I am so excited to share this family recipe with all of you today. Just like Baghare baigan, this dish too is full of flavor and it’s the ULTIMATE eggplant recipe. Chick flour (besan) coated baby...

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Ram Ladoo recipe

Share38 Pin10.3K +14 TweetShares 10.3KScrumptious and delicious Ram Ladoo recipe is an all time favorite tea time snack. This insanely crispy and crunchy moong dal fritters are topped with shredded radish, tangy chutneys and ready to eat. A gluten-free and vegan recipe! Hello, Delhi bellies…. here comes...