Food

Never under-estimate the power of chocolate!

Ingredients: 100g – dark chocolate 4 tsp – instant coffee powder 4&1/2 cups – milk 4 tsp – sugar Hazelnut syrup, a few drops 1/2 tsp – cinnamon powder Method Heat half a cupful of milk in the microwave on HIGH (100%) for thirty seconds. Melt chocolate in the microwave on HIGH (100%) for thirty seconds. Prepare a mixture of ...

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Sparkling Mixed Berry Punch

This simple healthy recipe for Sparkling Berry Punch is so colorful, it’s perfect for the festive season. A sparkling punch that can be made for any festive occasions. Ingredients: Cranberry Juice – 2 cups Rasberry Soda – 2 cups Sparkling Water/ Club Soda – 2 cups Lime – 1 (juiced) Frozen Mixed Berries – 1 cup Method: Combine the cranberry ...

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Crunchy Makki Paneer Pakora For A Special Evening!

Makki Paneer Pakora is one of the best Indian snack dish, here Indian cottage cheese (paneer) and makai (corns) are combined with Indian spices and bengal gram flour, deep-fried in oil and turned into delicious pakore. Ingredients: 1/2 tsp cumin powder 2 tsp coriander leaves chopped oil for deep frying 6 tsp bengal gram flour besan salt to taste 2 ...

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Recipe: Russell Norman’s olive oil cake

“It may seem counter-intuitive to bake a cake using an ingredient so firmly associated with savoury dishes, but olive oil cake is an everyday classic that feels distinctly Italian,” says restaurateur Russell Norman. “It’s a delicious alternative to butter-based cakes and has a rather grown-up flavour profile, but this will change dramatically depending on the type of olive oil that ...

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Five different ways to make tasty and delicious Maggi

Maggi-the staple food for every young Indian living in a hostel or at home! Easy to cook and the fact that it’s so affordable is what makes it so popular. Maggi noodles come in a variety of price bracket ranging from Rs 5 to Rs 40. Over the years Maggi has been the Mecca for every food experimentalist, be it adding vegetables ...

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FINGER LICKING FOOD – KASHMIRI DUM ALOO

Dum Aloo or Alu Dum is a potato based dish, it is a part of the traditional Kashmiri Pandit cuisine, from the Kashmir Valley, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Dum Aloo is a popular recipe cooked throughout India. In Bengal, it is a specialty dish eaten mostly with Luchi and is known as " Aloor dum & quot. INGREDIENTS  12 Small Potatoes  1 ...

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Pomegranate Pulao: Try something DELEICIOUS this week to make your day!

Pomegranate pulav is more famous among people who cannot take spicy hot dishes. This pulav goes well with any spicy non-veg curry or paneer makhani. This is more like a ‘sweetish ghee rice’ topped with pomegranate or Kashmiri pulav .    Ingredients: Basmati rice – 1 1/2 cup Ghee / butter – 3 tbsp (1 tbsp for 1/2 cup rice) ...

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Holi special: Serve your guests India’s popular dessert!

Jalebi is a popular Indian dessert made with maida and sugar syrup. Served during festivals and special occasions, this traditional dessert recipe is loved not just by kids but adults too. The crisp sugary spiral taste brilliant when served piping hot along with chilled rabri. Traditionally a muslin cloth with a hole in it is used to make the spirals ...

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Indian festivals and celebrations are simply incomplete without sweet delicious and one such traditional sweet is Gujiya.

  Indian festivals and celebrations are simply incomplete without sweet delicious and one such traditional sweet is Gujiya. This easy to prepare delicacy can be made with some easily available ingredients like khoya, sugar, almonds, green cardamom, semolina and flour. Gujiya is a popular sweet delicacy, which is an essential dish for festivals like Diwali, Holi and Teej. The best ...

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