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    ranarajdeep2008 likes this cooking tip

    Sometimes cooking requires a lot of pre-preparation. Make masalas ahead of the time. Stock the masala in the freezer till not required for cooking. This method will save a lot of time
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    So what we have here is a big batch of potato scones, kind of like a savory pancake, I suppose. If you’re reading this and you have an Indian food background, you might be relating them to an aloo tikki. Well, it’s not quite like a tikki. It’s not even really close to an aloo parantha. It’s just different. But it’s delicious. Potatoes and cheese, with minimal ingredients, cooked in a pan. That’s it! If you do want to add some Indian flavor, I’d suggest some red chili powder..perhaps some roasted crushed coriander seeds along with fresh cilantro. I wouldn’t add much else of anything! Here’s to potatoes!
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    kanchanpatel likes this cooking tip

    To get crisp, golden dosas add a teaspoon of fenugreek seeds to the urad dal and grind it.
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    ujma_s likes this health tip for Diabetes

    Coconut improves insulin secretion and utilization of blood glucose. It relieves stress on pancreas and enzyme systems of the body. Coconut helps to relieve symptoms and reduce health risks associated with diabetes.
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    nice
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    it turned out fine
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    A type of pancake made from rice flour
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    nidhitanejakapoor likes this health tip for Indigestion

    Tomato is a sour, relishing, an appetizer helps in digestion, and is a blood purifier. It has curative effects in low-appetite, stomach ache, controlling excessive fat, and blood impurities.
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    nidhitanejakapoor likes this cooking tip

    Add a pinch of sugar while cooking any green leaf vegetables. This will help maintain the bright green color.
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    nidhitanejakapoor likes this cooking tip

    if in any food item excess salt is present make small balls of wheat flour with water{like how u make for chapathi } put in the food item , it will absorb the excess salt. later u can remove those balls.
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    I even add a fried and pureed onion to the ingredients. it tastes great.
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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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    How to make Dhal Makhani (Indian Lentils) at home. Lentils curry cooked with cream and a variety of Indian spices.
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    nidhi789jain likes this cooking tip

    If your recipe has come out too salt (salty), try adding a little cider vinegar, ½ tsp at a time, to curb the taste
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    nidhi789jain likes this health tip for Common Cold

    Coriander helps cure ulcer, inflammation, spasm and acts as an expectorant, protects and soothes liver. It is anti-carcinogenic, anti-convulsant, anti-histaminic and hypnotic. Coriander is believed to be a natural aphrodisiac and previously it was extensively used in certain preparations, combined with other herbs, to enhance libido.
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    richanblue likes this cooking tip

    A pinch of turmeric powder added to all kinds of pulses when cooking hastens the cooking process.
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    Created By: mitrazworld

    This is a traditional Bengali favourite. To many, this is the preferred and original version of pulau in Bengal. Goes very well with most meat curries (Eg. Mutton kassa) and vegetarian dishes (Eg. Chhanar dalna)

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    This is my first bookmarked post. But i did not follow the original recipe completely. For the first time i saw the pistachio cardamom cookies in Ramya's (Hot from my oven) blog...i was totally impressed on the recipe and her picture n as well the presentation.Thank you Ramya for the recipe. I combined her recipe with the almond cookies recipe from allrecipes.com.I daringly tried this and the outcome was so perfect,super n excellent. It tasted like butter biscuits n melts in mouth like butter. My kids liked them a lot n they finish it in 2 days :) They love homemade cookies more than the store bought one.I used raw almonds you can also use the blanched/roasted almonds.I ground the almonds coarsely so its very difficult for me to get shape n hold the dough firmly.But it also very nice to have a crunchy bite of nuts...
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