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    Chicken & Cheese Balls are mouthwatering appetizer where cheese is stuffed in the minced chicken balls and deep fry in hot oil. This is a part of special Father’s Day Collaboration. I hope you already watched my Mother’s day collab video where we made a whole day menu plan. This time also I teamed up with some awesome taste makers to bring a wonderful Father’s day menu plan for you.
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    I feel pretty blessed to have had the opportunity to travel to India so much whilst growing up. Up to the age of 16, my family and I made an annual trip to the motherland without fail! I’m also lucky that I have family that live all over India from Delhi in the north all the way to Pondicherry in the south. For those of you have visited this amazing, cultured and vibrant, country you will know how vast of a nation it is and how much everything can change as you travel from state to state. From the language to the culture and most importantly (to me anyway!) the cuisine, every region has its own stamp which marks it identity. If asked to answer, I don’t know if I could declare a favorite type of Indian cuisine of mine but with the frequency we travelled to Rajasthan (my Mum’s home state) I can safely say I have grown very found of the flavours and style of cooking this beautiful and majestic region has created! This Rajasthani potato dish is a favourite of my Mum’s and has now become one of mine too. Using fragrant ingredients such as curry leaves, mustard seeds and cumin, this dish is so deliciously satisfying served with chappatis, naan or puris. Try it out and as always, comments are appreciated :) .
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    To remove bitterness from fenugreek leaves add a teaspoon of sugar when the vegetable is almost cooked
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    Storing flour in an airtight container and refrigerating it doubles their storage time.
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    To avoid tears from onion, soak the peel onion in water before cutting or place the onion into refrigerator to chill.
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    Puli Milagai is a classic south Indian pickle .Green chilies are tempered and cooked with jaggary and tamarind.It is a very delicious sweet and sour pickle, it can be made fresh in small quantities as it doesn’t have a long shelf life and its best enjoyed with curd rice,daal, rice or as a side dish with any meal but I enjoyed it the most with aloo paratha. Puli milagai is usually made with only green chilies but I always add some chopped ginger in it .The consistency of its gravy depends on individual choice ,if you like more gravy then add little extra water but I prefer it on thicker side.Try to choose mild variety of green chilies to make this chili pickle.

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    Tip for making soft chappati dough. While making paneer from milk, don't throw away the paneer water. This nutritious water can be used for making soft dough for chapatis or can be used to cook dals.
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    Sweet paniyaram aka Neyyappam, a common prasadam in Kerala temples. This sweet is must on Gokulashtami and karthigai deepam. I already posted unniappam recipe in my blog. This is slightly different from that. You can make this even 20 minutes. Krishna Jayanthi is very near, try this recipe

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    Chettinad cuisine hails from the southern region of Tamil Nadu, the Chettiar community. This cuisine is one of the spiciest and the most aromatic in India with major ingredients as fennel, pepper corns and coconut.
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    If you quickly want to have curd from milk,take the lighten part of milk, pour curd on it along with a green chilli dipped in salt and curd sets rapidly.
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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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    Cabbage - Refrigerate entire head in a perforated plastic bag in the crisper.
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    Egg In The Hole is an easy and quick snack recipe where whole egg fried in the hole of the bread. It is known by many names like eggs in the basket, toad in the hole”, “gas house eggs”, “a hole in one” and “spit in the ocean”. You can serve this as breakfast, kids lunchbox or after school snack. Your little one will really enjoy it and want some more. It’s more than better from any unhealthy junk food.] Do give this a try if you are bored with usual bread & omelet.

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