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    I'm always fond of meat dishes and keema vada tops the charts I keep experimenting and updating few recipes and these new tweaks are interesting and always fun to share with friends...I've already posted this recipes long long ago here is the old recipe post link do try both the recipes and let me know which one you like...
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    This is a new version of traditional cauliflower and peas.When you make it you find very different taste than regular cauliflower sabji. And you can use this peas gravy to make different verities of curries. Like you can add simple paneer into peas gravy and nice flavour curry is ready. And yeah moreover this recipe is very good for working women. As you can make this peas curry on weekends and in weekdays one very healthy curry can be made with in 10 mins. I hoped you loved this my new recipe and make sure give me comments. Have a great day:-)
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    Amazing. It has now become the dish i am famous for. Although i did made some improvisations by cutting the potato in finger chips( french fries ) so that it becomes a little crispy otherwise it is not baked entirely
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    These potatoes look real fancy but surprisingly are very easy to make. It did not take much time to decide my evening snack and came up with my own version after going through so many recipies. I mixed few of my favorite flavors and voila!
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    My favourite Potato Cheese Sandwich Recipe,used to eat this in santacruz(mumbai) during my ecced training,and the guy who made it added 2 cubes of amul cheese to make it cheese heaven..ohh god it was fantastic,his other speciality was schezwan cheese alu toast,now thats for another post ! Do try this simple street style alu toast for tea today !
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    While making puttu ,mix the rice flour with cooked rice in a mixer.You will get soft puttu and so that you can finish your left over cooked rice
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    As i mentioned in my idiyappam recipe post , usually we make varieties of idiyappam when we have guests. Recently I tasted idiyappam in some restaurants.I loved the way it was served with sweetened coconut milk and mixed vegetable kurma.So i too started making the same way for my guests. When i make idiyappam for breakfast , i make this kurma and sweetened coconut milk as accompaniments as it is heavy and takes more time to digest..But If i make idiyappam for dinner , i prepare some varieties like lemon , puli or paruppu idiyappam which are easily digestible.I got this kurma recipe from Mrs.Mallika badrinath’s cookbook. I have tried this several times.It comes out very well.We love this kurma a lot.Do try this for idiyappam , u’ll love it for sure. I think it tastes good for rotis as well. But i have not tried it personally.Here is the link for mixed vegetable kurma i make for roti. Check if interested !
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    While making dosas, put two tbsps of cooked rice into the batter. The dosa will flip over easily and will be crisper.
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    Wow loved it
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    Apply some lemon juice on the cut surface of the apple to avoid browning. They will look fresh for a longer time.
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    Created By: Nupur

    This is the simplest of all South Indian snacks, literally! Only takes max 10 minutes to get a batch ready for at least 5-7 people and can be planned ahead of time. It’s way healthier (and tastier) than most of the deep fried stuff we have like Samosas, Chaat etc. and in no way less in terms of taste.

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    Pan Fried Idli Bites
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    very innovative :)
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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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    Green vegetables lose colour if subjected to continuous heat. So, do not overcook them.
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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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    This instant version of oats dosa makes you fall crave for it every time you make. For people who got boredom of eating regular oats porridge can alternate your menu to the tastiest oats dosa. The more crispiest and more tasty with or without the addition of yogurt. Dosa tastes perfect with mint chutney or even with some spicy chutney.
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    Its much easier to grind small cardamom if you add some sugar to it while grinding.
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    Never fry saffron in hot oil or butter, this will ruin the flavour
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