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    to peel off the skin of small onions easily, keep the onions in the microwave oven for 20-30 secs depending on the quantity.
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    Dahi kabab is a special recipe belonging to awadh. Savoring taste of hung curd having light spices and served with green coriander or mint chutney, you will surely like it. It is full of Awadhi taste but also full of Awadhi softness too. So while cooking dahi kabab handle them with care
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    it is spicy tangy chutney from rural maharashtra, also know as Thecha. can be eaten with chapati or any kind of roti.
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    There is a long history of biryani. And am not gonna talk about that really, you can just Google it ;) Biryani has always been my favourite. The recipe and preparation of biryani differs from state to state, region to region, differing widely in taste and the manner in which they are served. There is Hyderabadi Biryani, Malabar Biryani from Kerala, Lucknow Dum Biryani, Sindhi Biryani, Dindigul Biryani, Bombay Biryani etc etc…..Each has its unique flavour and taste. I am little too embarrassed to say this ;) My dad has a lot of Muslim friends and I love going to their family weddings with my dad “only” for the Wedding Biryani that they serve. I hope none of my dad’s friends read my blog post :p So anyway coming back to biryani…I was born and bought up in Chennai and I grew up eating this style of biryani, “The Bhai Biryani”. The taste, aroma and texture is absolutely fantastic. I have been hunting for an authentic recipe of this Bhai Biryani for a long time. After browsing lot of recipes and gathering lot of tips from our Muslim friends, I was determined to try it out. After making small adjustments to my mom’s original biryani recipe and method, we decided to cook it this weekend. And the verdict? Aromatic and flavourful. BUT the biryani cooked by the cooks over wood fire and charcoal is unbeatable. So this is how its done in our hometown and to me its the best :)
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    To remove garlic odor from the hands, just rub the hands with a piece of stainless steel flatware under running water and most of the smell magically goes away.
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    As Rakshabandhan festival is on next week, I decided to post this recipe of a quick and delightful cake - specially for small children to make this for their brothers or sisters. This oreo cake is very easy, fuss free, and a fool proof recipe which children can easily make and enjoy together with their family on this festival. They can always add a scoop of their favorite ice cream to it too :)
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    To keep the chilies fresh for a longer time, remove the stems before storing.
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    I tasted this kind of Bhindi for the first time in Pune, Maharashtra. I came to know tat this is some speciality in the restaurants of Pune. I got bored of making the regular bhindi so tested this one at home. Its different. The crispiness of the ladyfinger when it blends with the smooth and tangy tomato and cashew nut gravy gives a very rich taste.
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    I always try to cook something new to satisfy my family’s taste bud. This time I have tried chicken pulao. This is not too much rich as biriyani but aromatic, simple and have a subtle hint of spices. It’s quite happened at home that you don’t have much time or bored with conventional chicken curry and plain rice, then this pulao is a wonderful option. It is a one pot comforting meal that doesn’t require any separate accompaniment. You may just serve with papads and raita (if you like). This is my own recipe sharing with you. I have added potato because it works as a nice accompaniment with this chicken pulao.
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    good one
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    Rasam is a spicy broth can term as a soup or an appetizer. has its medicinal qualities to cure mild cold. ingredients needed- toor dal (yellow split lentil),garlic,pepper,tomato,tamarind...
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    Chicken lollipop is a perfect appetizer for all occasions. You can make them for your kids birthdays parties, anniversaries, dinners or for a simple snack. You can even pack them in your kids lunch boxes. Kids love holding them like lollipops and eating out of them.
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    Easy,bakery style nankhatai recipe for tea time!
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    Wash your hands after handling raw chicken, beef or pork to prevent food poisoning.
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    Rinse uncooked rice in a sieve under a cold running tap before cooking; this removes excess starch
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    Dill or Suva is an annual aromatic herb used commonly in many North Indian dishes such as flat breads (roti), cold salads (with boiled aloo) and lentil (daal) recipes. Due to the sweet after-taste of Dill, it is used as mouth freshener or Mukhwas in West India. Dill has good digestive properties and imparts a distinct flavor to any dish. I often use Dill seeds in baking savory dishes. These crackers are a twisted version of dill and potato rotis we make at home.

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    Dill And Potato Oats Crackers
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    I made this Malai kofta for my sister. I did pamper her with all the good foods and she liked this one in particular and she want to try this herself in her kitchen, so I am sharing this recipe especially for her. Malai Kofta is a bit time consuming but sometimes to eat something really delicious we need to spend some extra time in kitchen and this falls into that category. If not for the time I would have made this often as it’s a truly delicious and everyone who tasted this has loved it.
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    Yes these spinach do crackles when they are deep-fried, yet light as feather and will tickle your taste buds with salty, spicy and sugary seasonings.
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    perfect recipe (y)
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    If your rice are burned,don't worry just put a slice of bread in the pan for 10 minute,bread will absorb the burned flavour.
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