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    Moong dal dosa - Signature dish of Andhra Pradesh
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    Do try this cake for ur kids and u can make them do it by themselves.Its so easy that anyone can bake it Thumbs up .I hope u can try in pressure cooker too.What are you waiting for?? Rush into ur kitchen and make this one minute wonder.
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    Try it...it tastes amazing..my whole family loved it..thanks for the recipe
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    To prevent formation of ice, rub table salt to the insides of your freezer.
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    Immerse the egg in a pan of cool salted water. If it sinks, it is fresh; if it rises to the surface, it is certainly quite old.
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    If walnuts or fresh coconut flesh is to be taken out as a single piece from their shells, keep them in hot water for five minutes and then break the shell.
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    If you often use fresh ginger in dishes such as stir-fries, store the ginger in the freezer. It won't go off, and you can grate it directly into the food while frozen.The same applies to garlic cloves.
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    Add a little milk to onions while frying, this will help retain a rich colour and prevent them from burning
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    Table salt is preferred for baking as it dissolves quickly. When it comes to savory meals, sea salt or coarse Kosher salt add texture and a more distinct flavor.
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    लुचई / लुची बंगाल की बहुत ही प्रसिद्ध और पारंपरिक डिश है जिसे ज्यादातर लोग ब्रेकफास्ट में आलू की सब्जी के साथ खाना पसंद करते है, उत्तर भारत में जैसे सादा पूरी को गेंहू के आटे से बनाया जाता है पर लुची को केवल मैदा से ही बनाया जाता है या आप ऐसे भी कह सकते है कि लुची मैदा से बनने वाली छोटी छोटी थोड़ी मोटी पूरियाँ होती है। लुची देखने में अच्छी लगने के साथ साथ खाने में भी बहुत स्वादिष्ट और मुलायम होती है तो आईये आज हम भी लुचई/लुची बनायेंगें।
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    Dhokla is primarily made with chickpeas flour or besan but there are other recipes too which uses lentil or rice and are also popular and taste varies so.
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    What is so great about curd rice? why post a recipe for this? might me the question for many who is seeing this post on my blog? The reason for sharing this recipe is for beginners who struggle to get the perfect taste to tempered curd rice. I have been there and gone through it, but eventually I learnt the taste and trick to getting the perfect curd rice.
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    Kids would love to grab them, so did Varsha :D If you are willing, you can also dash in barbeque sauce, mustard sauce and can serve like 'subway' type. Most importantly, these wraps are healthy and goes heavy on your stomach.
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    Store coffee powder in fridge to retain the freshness of coffee powder for a long time.
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    Kothu means mince in tamil its minced parotta with left over chicken/mutton or veg curry tossed with spices and served hot with tea this is a filling snack during tea time specially served in South India. I call this a healthy and good chance to clear out all the leftovers from fridge use up all those leftovers tortillas, pasta sauce, meat balls and so on sprinkle on some cheese and your good to go...
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    Avoid the use of butter. It it is essential to use, use a butter containing low saturated fat or with plant stanols (which avoid absorption of cholesterol by our body) or similar substitutes.
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    Storing flour in an airtight container and refrigerating it doubles their storage time.
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    One delicious curry ;-*
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    To get the full flavour out of saffron, warm it slightly before crushing (you may do so in a microwave oven for ten seconds on HIGH), add one teaspoon of warm milk and stir well.
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