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    Frozen scrapped (shredded) coconut are hard to use. To avoid this, after shredding put them in kadai(frying pan) and heat it mildly. Then store it in a air tight container in freezer. Anytime it can be used directly without reheating.
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    super up recipe I like it , I really try this for my kid thanku very much
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    Baingan aloo is a simple and easy to make subtle vegetarian dish. Its perfect for vegetable lovers with a lovely combination of eggplants, potatoes and tomato. It can be had with roti and rice along with daal as a side dish.
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    Garlic can be grated and stored in an airtight jar in the fridge for quite sometime. you may add a bit of salt and oil to it.
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    On the very special occasion i was prepared some main course and dessert on the theme of Indian flag (Tiranga form). Under this, i was prepared tiranga puri's, tiranga rice and dessert.
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    आलू के सेंडविच तो हम सभी बनाते है पर आज हम बनाएँगे सब्जियो से भरे पोष्टिक सेंडविच. ये स्वादिष्ट व पोष्टिक तो है साथ ही साथ ये बची हुई सूखी सब्जियों के इस्तेमाल का अच्छा तरीका है.
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    While using ginger and garlic paste in curries, always use garlic at 60% ratio and ginger at 40% as ginger is very strong and may make your dish sharp and pungent.
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    Telling if an egg is raw or cooked. Spin all the eggs... The raw ones will spin very slowly... the cooked ones will spin very fast...
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    These spongy, melt in your mouth balls need absolutely no introduction. Its popular all over India. The one festival that comes in my mind when I think of GULAB JAMUN, is Diwali! The night before Diwali, my mom makes dozens of these to be given to family & friends on Diwali. And she made these for every Diwali as far as I can remember. My bro buys the readymade jamun mix and I used to help my mom shaping the jamuns (I was a kid that time) and she would fry it and soak them in sugar syrup. This dessert definitely holds beautiful memories for me. Then we made these with Khoya and we never bought the readymade mix again. So, don't wait till Diwali, I know you already want to...A grand dessert that can be made easily!
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    easy peel of garlic. Place about 10 flakes of garlic in the microwave for 20 seconds.
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    To store onions for a few months, hang them in a mesh bag in a cool, dry place.
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    To prevent chopped brinjals from getting discoloured keep them in salted water, till required.
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    Keep grated potatoes in cold water to prevent them from getting discoloured. When required, drain, press out excess water and dab on a clean kitchen towel. Use immediately.
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    1 cup honey can be substituted with 1 cup corn syrup, but honey is probably better for your health.
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    To prevent food from sticking, heat the frying pan, then add oil.
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    Cayenne pepper can add a little fire to recipes. Use less, taste and then add more if you’d like.
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    Warm garlic flakes slightly either in a microwave oven or on a griddle before peeling. The skin will come off easily.
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    If you are short of tomatoes to make gravy, then add some tomato ketchup.
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    If the dough sticks to the rolling pin, place it in freezer for a few minutes.
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