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    Paneer Butter Masala is a dish of soft chunky paneer dunked in a thick rich creamy tomato gravy. It is a super delicious vegetarian dish.
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    I started preparing mac and cheese from scratch ever since I read an article at Yahoo parenting about the use of banned food colors added in readymade mac and cheese, even in the popular organic brand. Since then I have been reading all the food labels diligently, especially with kids foods. I have also be been cooking healthy foods for them along with serving healthy snacks. Luckily my kids are not into anything that is too sweet and they like fruits better. Some of the snacks that I serve my kids are boiled eggs, boiled peanuts, sundals, fruits (apple slices served with peanut butter) etc. When it comes to chicken nuggets, I chose the ones that has whole wheat breading, and where the chicken is organic, baked, and white meat (We love the taste of EarthBound baked chicken nuggets.
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    Idly is a soft rice cake and a popular south Indian comforting breakfast dish. Chaat means savory snack. If you get bored of doing idly upma and podi idly with leftovers, then you should give a try with idly chaat. This idly chaat recipe is made with leftover idly. Seriously, they are so tasty, golden crispy on outside and soft bite on inside. I bet your kids will love this chat for sure. If you have leftover idly sitting on your fridge, then try this crispy idly chat..yum..yum.. and enjoy with hot cup of tea..
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    Aloo cheese croquettes , a tasty snack made up of potatoes filled with chilly – garlic stuffing !! What could be better than enjoying these scrumptious croquettes in the cold evening with family . So let’s start the recipe . Yum
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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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    Chard, dandelion, and mustard greens can be stored in a plastic bag, in the coldest part of the refrigerator for a day or two, however they wilt quickly and should be cooked as soon as possible. Store unwashed collard greens in a plastic bag, in the refrigerator. Like chard, kale should be eaten as soon as possible. Kale stays fresh the best stored in a plastic bag in the refrigerator.
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    Summer vacations for children and my kitchen counter is all strewn up with chocolate shavings, marshmallow bits, cookie cutters and all that excite their fancy. My mommy cap is on to create special dishes to please the children and also keep them interested in eating food which is healthy and scrumptious as well. Food which should be exciting enough to make them forget the cravings for the junk foods they always love to have given a chance. These grilled cottage cheese and soya nuggets kebabs proved to be a right choice for a great weekend. Crisp, healthy and a great munchy recipe to snack upon while playing a favorite board game together in the hot weather.
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    This is a very popular dish and goes well with roti or naan as it is a thick gravy, easy to make and taste too good to resist.
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    For this Month's We Knead To Bake, Aparna let us to Bake our own desired Bread. I have a huge list of breads in my Bookmarked folder. And this Garlic Bread From Scratch is one of the bread in my to do list and is one my family's favorite bread. I often make this garlic bread with store bought breads. But for the first time tried it from scratch and it was so perfect. we just loved it, i doubled the original recipe and made 2 loaves. First day served as a snack and the other day we had it for dinner along with Pizza. No one will say No to this crispy crust, soft centered garlic flavored bread. And the method also simple and enjoyed baking this flavorful bread for my kids. This is a must try for all Garlic bread lovers, sure a keeper recipe. I decided to make it again and again for my kids.
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    Again a Kerala traditional recipe.It is my childhood favourite dish.A breakfast or snack..During festival it may be the breakfast in many homes.Really ottada tastes heavenly...
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    wow its amazing n very easy recepie $ I mean wow.........
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    Simple and easy to make baby corn stir fry is indeed a borrow from China to India and became one unique part of our Indo Chinese recipes. Don't you think so? Baby Corn is my all time favorite. I still remember every week asking my dad to take us to a hotel by name Raj Residency and force him to order Babycorn masala with Butter Naan.. Good old days.. I was in 5th class then. Babycorn masala was my favorite and bothered my mom to the core just to make Baby corn masala. But my mom answered that she doesn't know how to. Time flew.. you have many more tag lines added to Baby corn.. but those memories last long forever.. I frequently visit Vizag and went to that place were Raj residency was situated... bad luck... its no longer there.... I have to cherish the memories of that yummy babycorn masala close to me and find out something to recreate the taste. Coming back from embraced memories. I am presenting simple and delicate recipe.. Babycorn Stir Fry. My recipe is more Indi indi recipe where you will find traces of Chinese but more inclined towards Desi, If i can call so. Perfectly matches with plain rice and also with Jeera rice or Ghee rice or Butter rice.
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    yummmmmmmyy...
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    Add a apple with potatoes ,they will stay fresh and will not sprout easily.
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    When a recipe calls for beating butter, plan ahead and make sure your butter is at room temperature.
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