Tag Archives: Ginger

Inji Theeyal

Inji Theeyal

Inji Theeyal This amazing varutharacha Inji curry (theeyal) is served with kanji, cherupayar thoran, and chuttaracha chammanthi. The simple meal was meant just to appease your tummy. Ingredients (Serves 6) Ginger – 1 cup, roughly chopped Coconut oil – 3 tbsp Mustard seeds – 1/2 tsp Dried red chilies – 2 Pearl onions – 12, thinly sliced Curry leaves – ...

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Home Remedies for Swine Flu!

Home Remedies for Swine Flu Currently, a very contagious diseases swine flu is in the air. Swine flu as the name indicates initially spread to humans through infected pigs. It is a very contagious disease. The flu spreads when you inhale or breathe in the droplets that are expelled when an infected person coughs or sneezes or talks. Those within ...

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Natu kodi kura

Natu kodi kura

Natu kodi kura Natu Kodi literally means village chicken. This is a Andhra style chicken recipe which is cooked with a mix of desi spices. Like other foods of Andhra cuisine, Natu Kodi kura is also a spicy and delicious chicken item which you can try this evening. Preparing Natu Kodi Pulusu is not much of a hassle. It is similar ...

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Arbi aur Arbi ke Patton ki Sabzi

Arbi aur Arbi ke Patton ki Sabzi

Arbi aur Arbi ke Patton ki Sabzi Preparation Time :16-20 minutes Cooking time : 31-40 minutes Servings : 4 Main Ingredients Colocassia (arbi), Colocassia leaves (arbi ke patte) Cuisine: Punjabi Course: Main Course-Veg Level Of Cooking: Medium Ingredients Colocassia (arbi) boiled and peeled 10-12 Colocassia leaves (arbi ke patte) 5-6 Oil 2 tablespoons Spring onions with greens 2 Carom seeds ...

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Katori Chaat

Katori Chaat

Katori Chaat Chaat is undoubtedly Indian’s favourite go-to snack to add a little spice to our monotony. The filling leaves both your stomach and taste buds satiated. The crisper the katori, the better! Also called Basket Chaat, Lucknow offers a variety of these in the streets. Preparation Time: 8-10 hour Cooking time: 16-20 minutes Servings: 4 Ingredients Potatoes 5 medium ...

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Cheese Chilli Toast

Cheese Chilli Toast

Cheese Chilli Toast Cheese Chilli Toast is a simple and easy toast recipe that can be made for a quick breakfast and snack. Preparation Time: 4 mins Cook Time: 10 mins Total Time: 14 mins Recipe Type: Breakfast, Snacks Cuisine: Indian Serves: 2-3 INGREDIENTS (measuring cup used, 1 cup = 250 ml) 4-5 slices of brown or whole wheat bread ...

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Keema Matar

Keema Matar

Keema Matar Presenting you the mouth watering recipe of Keema Matar. You can prepare this cuisine for your guests and your guests will surely love it. Minced mutton and green peas turned into a spicy dish. Preparation Time : 16-20 minutes Cooking time : 31-40 minutes Servings : 4 Main Ingredients Mutton mince (keema), Green peas Cuisine: Bihari Course: Main ...

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Air-fried Paneer with Curry Leaves

Air-fried Paneer with Curry Leaves

Air-fried Paneer with Curry Leaves Presenting you the delicious cuisine of Air-fried Paneer with Curry Leaves. This fusion can be served for the Dinner Party and your friends and family will definitely love it as this recipe is fully loaded with cheese. Marinated cottage cheese cubes air-fried and served with a flavorful tomato chutney. Preparation Time : 0-5 minutes Cooking ...

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Oats Egg Uttappam

Oats Egg Uttappam

Oats Egg Uttappam Oats are a great source of phosphorus, selenium and manganese. They’re a good source of soluble dietary fiber, iron and magnesium, vitamin B1 and are good for health. Oats mixed with dosa batter to make these uttappams that are topped with egg. Preparation Time: 6-10 minutes Cooking time: 31-40 minutes Servings: 4 Ingredients Eggs 4 Oats 4 ...

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Moong Dal Kachori

Moong Dal Kachori

Moong Dal Kachori Presenting you the delicious recipe for moong dal kachori. Soaking time: 2 hours Preparation Time: 10 mins Cooking Time: 29 mins Makes: 12 kachoris Ingredients- For The Dough 2 cups plain flour (maida) 1/4 cup melted ghee salt to taste For The Moong Dal Filling- 1/2 cup yellow moong dal (split yellow gram), soaked for 2 hours ...

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