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    Tried it with hide n seek.. turned out well!!
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    लहसुन के छिलके आसानी उतरे इसके लिए उनको माइक्रोवेव मे या हल्की गैस पर हल्का सा गरम करे तो छिलके आसानी से उतर जाते हैं।
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    Remember the post last week where I said I have not posted a deep-fried recipe in my blog. Well well not anymore, the reason behind doing Poori is my husband. He was craving for some poori's over the weekend and so here I am sharing poori recipe just like the way my mom makes them. Pooris are puffed up Indian bread which is deep-fried and served along with mashed potato masala traditionally. Although there are variations of sides at home, Amma used to serve poori with vegetable kurma, Channa masala, Egg curry and I used to even love it with coconut chutney/sugar. But for our breakfast I had served it along with a simple potato masala. Making pooris does take time but it requires a good technique one the recipe is perfect you are sure to get the perfect pooris. So please make sure you read the tips below and then go ahead with the recipe
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    Created By: Chitras foodbook

    othing can beat the combination of potato masala/Aloo masala for poori.Last year i posted onion masala for poori without potato which is my mom’s special.But poori tastes the best only with potato masala or potato kurma as served in restaurants/Hotels.In Tamil we say this as “Poori Kizhangu” & in Hindi it is called as bhaji.I made puri and this south Indian style potato masala for our breakfast. Poori masala - Best side dish for poori using potatoes

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    Cooking carrots actually raises the nutritional benefits. The fiber in carrots can trap the beta carotene, making it difficult for your body to extract.
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    Created By: SweetNSpicy_Expert

    This recipe was passed down to me by my aunt and its been in her family for ages there are few tweaks that I've done as per my taste. however the original recipe does not contain allspice(kabab cheni) and kasoori methi just by adding these 2 ingredients tasted like a dish served at a famous restaurant...this semi gravy tastes yum when served with parrota, ghee rice, pav buns or just with hot rasam rice.

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    Mylapore Chicken Thokku
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    To keep Mirchi powder (chilli powder) fresh for long add some asafoetida powder to them.
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    gopalv likes this health tip for Joint Pain

    Paneer also helps in lower, back and joint pain.
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    To easily shred cheese, place it in the freezer for 30 minutes. The firmer cheese is less likely to make a melted mess on your grater.
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    Stale bread can be used to make bread pudding.
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    Working with jalapeno or other hot peppers can burn your hands. Soaking your hands in milk for a few minutes afterward will take away the burn.
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    jahmd1979 likes this health tip for Common Cold

    To get rid of vomiting sensation, giddiness and cold, drink before having food , take pineapple juice with salt and powdered pepper seed.
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    As I write this, I can see the frost hardening on my window sill and the pavement covered in a blanket of ice through my bedroom window. We are well and truly in the midst of winter here in the U.K and the temperature has decreased dramatically this week consequently resulting in it being absolutely freezing outside. That said, after dinner last night (I had home-made tadka dal and cumin rice if you were wondering), I had the biggest craving for ice cream! I was in the mood for something fruity and decided nothing apart from a creamy home-made mango kulfi would satisfy my craving! Ma and I made this for the dessert course at a recent Spice Club supper club we hosted (the photos are from said event) and it went down a treat with our guests. This recipe is a twist on the traditional one. It’s creamier in texture and is so simple to make! Take a closer look..
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    Have you ever replaced mashed potatoes with mashed cauliflower? It’s delicious and has fewer carbohydrates and plenty of nutritional benefits.
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    To prevent the growth of fungus in pickles, burn a small grain of asafoetida over a burning coal and invert the empty pickle jar for some time before putting pickles in the jar.
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    Use cornflakes as a substitute for sev or papdis. It is available everywhere and give the same crunchiness to a dish, eg. bhel.
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    South Indian fish curry/meen kuzhambu is a spicy and simple gravy prepared with river or sea fish in a onion and coconut based curry. This fish curry is popular in non vegetarian hotels like Muniyandi vilas in Tamilnadu. Fish curry is served with white rice and also served with idli(Indian rice cake) in some hotels and restaurants. For best taste serve it after 4 to 6 hours. Try this authentic south Indian fish curry/Meen kuzhambu at home and Enjoy Cooking!!!
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