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    Always warm dry spices like cumin seeds, cardamom, cloves, etc. on a griddle before powdering. They will grind faster and the powder will be finer.
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    Cut down on the amount of salt used on your food by adding lemon instead to enhance the flavor of the food.
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    Thinking of pickle first our taste buds start tingling to have it. And this achari chicken is full of pickle flavor, tangy and appetizing.
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    Very very nice recipe kids like this recipe more.
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    You can always save wet Tamarind flakes(after extracting tamarind juice) to clean off hard oil stains that form in vessels after cooking.
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    Whenever curd is to be added to the masala, it should be beaten well and added gradually.
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    Aloo tamatar ki subzi is a classic combination and the most popular curry of North India.This is amongst the easiest and most delicious recipe to make with a combo of potatoes and tomatoes.This is made on all festive occasion as well as a daily quick fix curry. It goes very well with pooris, Bedvi , Daal poori , but you can serve it with any Indian bread.You can also make this for fasting as it is made without using onion and garlic like all my recipes
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    Best Chicken sidedish for Rotis, excellent flavor/taste. By Aditi at eateastindian.com
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    Hyderabadi Dum Biryani is the king of all biryanies. One who haven’t eat this special flavored biryani he doesn’t come to know what is the actual taste of biryani. Basically, there are two kinds of Biryani: Pakki Biryani and Kachchi Biryani. Today I’m going to share the making of Kachchi Biryani. It is an actual biryani where raw hyderabadi biryanimarinated meat placed on the bottom of the pot and then layer with par boiled rice, seal and cook on a low flame for hours, so that the rice is cooked with steam generated by air tight environment. this entire process is known as DUM method. As a result you are getting juicy and succulant pieces of meat that it melts in your mouth and each rice grain is well separated and cooked nicely.
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    This is my all time favourite starter recipe that can be made in a jiffy.No need of long time marination but tastes so good. I have posted chicken 65 using egg in my blog before.Check the recipe here.I didn’t use red food colour if you wish then add a pinch. This is a simple easy version , try it and give me your valuable thoughts.Lets see the step by step preparation…
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    This recipe can be made with chicken and lamb but the spices and pastes used in this recipe goes best with prawns, all those who cant handle the spice cut the chilies used for this dish but then are you guys that scared? Try it just how it is and tell me how it goes.
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    Ooh La La... this would be one cake that all chocoholics fantasize about! Why, you ask?? Well, not only is it quick and easy to whip up this cake but the fudgey-gooey-chocolaty centre tastes irresistibly delicious that it will take you directly to cloud nine... Perfect dessert after any meal...provided you looove chocolat! As you might have guessed from the pics, I didn't have the patience to take photos :D Serve this warm with a large blob of vanilla ice cream. It is absolutely divine!
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    Storing flour in an airtight container and refrigerating it doubles their storage time.
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    Eggs are so versatile ! Omlette them, poach them, hard boil, soft boil, fritata, scramble, steam…so many ways to serve ! They are a good source of protein , specially the whites. If you have to be careful of your cholesterol count you can just use egg whites instead of the whole egg. The yolks can be used in cakes, crepes etc. I am not a breakfast person so i usually have my eggs for a light dinner or a brunch. This recipe is a popular desi way of scrambling eggs. It is spicy (the heat in this recipe depends on you) and very satisfying keeping hunger pangs away! When i had posted this pic on facebook a week ago i was flooded with comments asking me for the recipe and even comments from people about how their egg burji never looked so good ! Well… read and follow the recipe and i am sure your burji will turn out as good,if not better :)
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    Quick and Easy Recipe is this Mushroom Masala. Anybody can prepare it in a blink of an eye. Still tastes FANTASTIC with a very special garlic seasoning and herb seasoning. Mushroom + Garlic + Peppercorn is a match made in heaven. I love to have this curry with any Indian flat bread.
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    Put a small paper packet of boric powder in the container of rice to keep insects at bay. Put a few leaves of mint in the container of rice to keep insects at bay.
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    We all love to eat sweet gulab jamun from the mithai shop. But whenever it’s the time to make at home, we just put our hands up. Because it’s a really task. But there is a good news for gulab jamun lover. You can satisfy your instant sweet craving with this instant bread gulab jamun. Bread is a common ingredient that has in almost every household. Sometimes it left. We didn’t get what else should we make with leftover bread. So now you can make delicious gulab jamun with bread.
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    Freshly ground black pepper: So much more flavorful than pepper from the box. Just grind and savor
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    While a salad spinner may seem like an extravagance, it’s likely a money saver in the long run. It makes it easy to clean and dry your lettuce to reduce spoilage.
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