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    My Hubby is on a Coffeehouse style coffee kick these days either it's hot or cold coffee. I'm not a coffee drinker but I love the smell and the taste of specialitycoffee. So, here comes caramel macchiato.
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    Health benefits of milk include good bone health, robust skin, good immune system, prevention of illnesses such as hypertension, dental decay, dehydration, respiratory problems, obesity, osteoporosis and even some forms of cancer. The beneficial health nutrients obtained from milk are mandatory for human body and help in prevention of chronic ailments.
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    Its not even officially summer here yet the its sweltering hot. The heat is relentless and peaks during the afternoons making everyone long for a tall glass of something cold to swig. Whether its officially summer or not, i m declaring it as summer. So, when i had a lone kiwi looking at me sadly from the fridge, i decided to do something with it. I usually peel, slice up the kiwi and serve it sprinkled with chaat masala and some salt. But this time, i wanted to do something different. And that time was a hot afternoon. Precisely when this Kiwi Cucumber Lemonade was born.
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    Super moist chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream frosting that means double chocolaty cake . It’s very simple to make and so wonderful in taste . So let’s start the recipe .yum
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    This recipe is very close to my heart, for the simple reason, it holds strong memories of my childhood and is the first cake I ever baked. A very simple recipe, that can be tried by anyone who hasn’t baked ever in their life and doesn’t even own an oven.
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    After cutting sour things like lime, lemon, pineapple etc., wash the knife immediately otherwise knife become blunt.
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    To preserve the colour of turmeric Apply a little ghee to the bottom and sides of the jar before storing.
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    Avoid the use of ghee. If it is necessary, substitute it with canola oil. Even for making halwa, you can partly substitute it with oil.
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    To reuse cooking oil without tasting whatever was cooked in the oil previously, cook a 1/4″ piece of ginger in the oil. It will remove any remaining flavors and odors.
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    1 cup heavy cream can be replaced by 1 cup evaporated milk OR ¾ cup milk with 1/3 cup of butter.
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    Beat the egg with 2-3 drops of lemon juice. It tastes good and no smell will be there in the container.
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    चीनी के डिब्बे में यदि आप 5-6 लौंग डाल दे तो उसमें चींटिया नही आयेगी।
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    सब्जी की ग्रेवी बनाने के लिए गरम पानी उपयोग में लें। ऐसा करने से सब्जी अधिक स्वादिष्ट बनती है।
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    Indo-Chinese style foods are my favorite because of the spices used in them. Family loves them too. So, I make a lot of foods mixing these spices and it never fails. Vegetable fried rice is a very simple dish yet filled with nutrients for the kids. So, I make it a lot.
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    Maida (all purpose flour) Burfi is a very simple yet delicious sweet that can be made in 15 - 20 minutes. It's a great recipe to make for festivals or just like a snack. The sweet requires less ingredients and it's a fail proof recipe.
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    Ariselu is a traditional dish that is made for Sankranthi festival in Andhra. The trick is getting the right consistency in Jaggery syrup. The syrup should not spread when you drop in water instead it should form a ball instantly. Also, if you lift that and drop it in the plate, it should make a noise. So, the syrup is really hard compared to anything you have ever used to for other sweets. In India, they sell a press for ariselu. In US, it's hard to find so I bought a cast iron bacon press as it's heavy, used a steel flat colander and a plate underneath to fit it so I can press the excess oil out. It worked out great.
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    Keep spoon in the vessel while boiling milk at medium heat. It will avoid sticking the milk at the bottom of the vessel.
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