Sunday, 28 June 2015
Channa Biryani is one of the healthiest and sumptuous Biryanis that can be eaten along with simple raita or any other north Indian curry. It can be served as one pot - meal during lazy sundays. Channa ( chickpeas }is rich in proteins and a low carbohydrate cereal, hence it can be consumed by health conscious and diabetic people. Here, we use rice of basmati variety and mix it with Channa and Biryani masala.
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Wednesday, 17 June 2015
Kushmanda Halwa is an excellent and yummy sweet dish which reminds of bottle gourd halwa because of its exclusive taste. Here, the pumpkin is grated finely and mixed with ghee and sugar. In a way, the taste closely resembles Agra Peta.
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Tuesday, 26 May 2015
Vegetable Hakka Noodles is an Indo - Chinese dish which slightly varies from schzewan noodles recipe that I have already published in one of my previous blog posts. Here, Hakka noodles are tossed with some vegetables, butter and soya sauce, something that resembles the restaurant style, simple yet very tasty. I have used Chinese Hakka noodles but you can use any other ordinary noodles too.
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Saturday, 23 May 2015
This South Indian snake gourd curry is specially meant for those people who have sweet tooth. It tastes very delicious when eaten along with rice and topped with some ghee with it. This dish is a mixture of coconut scrapings paste and jaggery and we do not use any dal in this curry.
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Tuesday, 19 May 2015
Bored with regular rava upma ? wanna try a new one ? Then, here goes another recipe of upma made out of broken rice otherwise known as rice rava. It is an ideal breakfast menu, rich in carbohydrates, which is very vital for the morning breakfast.You can make this upma more nutritious by adding some green veggies like fresh green peas or capsicum, there by making it even more tasty. Here, in this recipe, you have to prepare broken rice in advance and the remaining process is quite simple.
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