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Nov 032012
 

French Fries (Indian Style)French Fries (Indian Style) are one of those items which you cannot simply stop at one. Well, this recipe is not the original french fry recipe which requires to fry the potatoes twice. This French Fries (Indian Style) Recipe is a customized one with a personal touch. This is a great snacks time which can be served as sides with sandwiches or just ketchup. Try this fried dish when you have a crave for something fried. This is an extra crispy preparation which you will love to crunch anytime.

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Oct 282012
 
Kesari HalwaKesari Halwa is a “shahi” dessert delicacy which is a great way to end a meal. The preparation of the sweet dish can be adjusted to allow for varying level of sweetness or richness. The Kesari Halwa Recipe is also very simple to prepare and doesn’t take more than 30mins. You can even prepare large quantities and refrigerate for “cool” kesari halwa. Of course some love them warm and soft.


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Oct 242012
 
Palak PakoraPalak Pakora (Spinach Fry / Pakoda) is a super quick fast food (fried) recipe that tastes really awesome. This is a very crispy preparation and ideal for snacks to guests or as starters in lunch. Try this simple Palak Pakora (Spinach Fry / Pakoda) recipe when any meal is bland and you want spice it up with this palak pakora dish. This tastes great with tomato sauce or pudina/corriander chutney.


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Aug 262012
 
Fried Chicken MomoChicken Momo is a very popular dish originating from Sikkim (I guess!) that tastes really good and kind of healthy as well (steam version, of course). Try this Chicken Momo Recipe when you have lots of time and willingness to experiment. This is a fabulous snacks non-veg recipe that will be enjoyed by everyone in your family. Some may not like the steamed version, but the fried version is bound to be a hit.
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Apr 262012
 
Punjabi Chole (Microwave Version)Punjabi Chole (Microwave Version) is a simple preparation using chole (Kabuli Chana) which can be easily prepared is Microwave as well. This dish does take some time to prepare and it ideal with naan or paratha. The Punjabi Chole (Microwave Version) Recipe is a punjabi one which you are try for dinner any day. This vegetarian side dish tastes really awesome with spices.

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Apr 242012
 
Taroi (Jhinga) Aur Nariyal (Coconut) ki SabjiTaroi (Jhinga) Aur Nariyal (Coconut) ki Sabji is a standard vegetarian recipe using Taroi (Jhinga) but adding a punch of coconut (Nariyal) to give a sweet and nice taste to this sabji preparation. Overall this recipe is very healthy and easy to prepare as well. The Taroi (Jhinga) Aur Nariyal (Coconut) ki Sabji Recipe is simple preparation that can be served for lunch or dinner with rice/dal combination or with roti/chappati. This multi use recipe is great for everyday purpose vegetable without any spices.

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Apr 232012
 
Paneer Tikka MasalaPaneer Tikka Masala is widely popular restaurant and party dish with awesome taste. This is the vegetarian version of the Chicken Tikka Masala recipe which is equally “most wanted” recipe among tandoor lovers. The Paneer Tikka Masala Recipe is relatively easy, although it involves quite a big list of ingredients and multi-step fry and gravy process. Try this dish with butter naan or paratha for ultimate vegetarian dinner combination ideal for guests or special Sunday preparations.

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Apr 212012
 
Chapati NoodlesRoti/Chapatti Noodles is an awesome indo-chinese dish which you can prepare using left-over chapattis. Actually there’s no real noodles used in this unique recipe. The left-over chapattis are cut into long thin pieces to give the look of “noodles”. The Roti/Chapatti Noodles Recipe is quite unique and is a great choice for breakfast the next day using the left-over chapatti from previous night. This can also be served as heavy evening snacks as well.

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