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Bitter-Gourd(karela) curry

Bitter gourd or karela have nutrient such as iron, magnesium, and vitamin to potassium and vitamin C.Kerala curry cooked in spice, sweet and sour with masalas. Its very simple to make with less oil and less time, this curry is ready into 10- 15 minutes. Ingredients: 250gm Bitter-gourd(karela) 150-250gm Red onion(thin long sliced) 1-2 Raw mango(grated)or1/2 tsp... Continue Reading →

Crispy & Fluffy Mix Veg. Pakoda or Fritters

Crispy vegetable pakoras recipes are the easiest Indian snack /appetizer which are prepared with chickpea (besan) flour and spices. They are super easy and quick.crispy spicy and yummy pakoras are ready just 15-20 minutes. These pakoras are best to serve in the evening time with tea and especially Ramadan month it is a highlight during iftar time is a special... Continue Reading →

Authentic Guacamole

Guacamole is an avocado-based dip, spread, or salad first developed by the Aztecs in what is now Mexico. The avocado savory like a vegetable but botanically a fruit. Avacado is incredibly nutritious, its good flavor and rich texture. It is the main ingredient in guacamole, There are many kinds of avocados the most popular type is called Hass avocado.... Continue Reading →

Rajgira Puri with aloo sabji and coriander(cilantro)&mint raita

Rajgira is a gluten-free food, its call Amarnath also.  In Amarnath have high protein, calcium, vitamin etc Ingredients: Rajgira Puri: 2cups rajgira flour 1-2medium size boil potatoes(mashed) 1-2chopped green chili 1/2tbsp cumin seed rock salt to taste oil for frying water as required Mashed potatoes sabzi: 3-4 large boiled potatoes(mashed) 1-2red tomatoes (paste) 1tbsp pure ghee 1tbsp cumin seed 1/4tbsp... Continue Reading →

Khasta Kachori

Khasta kachoris a delicious, spicy and fried round puff pastry stuffed with split urad or moong dal and aromatic Indian spice, it is the most famous street food in India. If khasta kachori makes with dry masala dal have a longer shelf-life. Kachoris are great as an appetizer or as part of a festive meal... Continue Reading →

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