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    It is all time favorite recipe for Gujratis
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    If you happen to over-salt a pot of soup, just drop in a peeled potato. The potato will absorb the excess salt.
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    To prevent butter from melting during long journeys or picnics, put the packets in a flask along with a few ice cubes.
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    Apply pure ghee on the temples to cure your headache
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    It is one of the most popular breakfast menu items in South India and soft idlis with sambhar and coconut or onion chutney are an absolutely delightful way to start off your day. You would need a special steamer for making idlis - this usually consists of three stands with 4 indentations (or round molds) each and stacked one upon the other; placed into a vessel with little water at the bottom.
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    If your sauce or soup is too salty, add a few pieces of raw potato. They will absorb the salt, and you can pull them out of the sauce or soup before serving.
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    Everyone is fond of Crispy Potato Chips and no one can eat just one. Once it touches your taste bud, you get keen to have another. Potato Chips can be made in 2 ways: Dried Potato Chips - Dry boiled Potato chips in the Sun and fry them whenever you want to eat. Spicy Potato Chips - These are made without boiling the Potatoes. Potatoes are cut into chips and fried. Today we will make Spicy Potato Chips without boiling the Potatoes.
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    Learn how to make Indo-chinese style delicious appetizer veggie spring rolls at home. This is a super simple recipe for home made spring rolls.
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    Make delicious pakoras with leftover bread. Just mix the slices with gram flour, salt, chili powder, asafoetida and chopped onion and knead well. Shape into pakoras and deep fry..
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    A handful of well-soaked moong dal added to any salad will increase the proteins and make it extra nutritious.
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    Created By: sarandilip67

    Elephant Yam Halwa as the name suggest is made from Elephant yam and is one of may favourite simple dishes requiring very less ingredients. In south it is known as Karunai Kizhangu Halwa or Chenai Kilanghu Halwa.

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    Puli Thanneer or Puli Thanni is curry popular in south India. It is the first stage of making Puliyodharai or puli Kaichal. It is very easy to make with very little ingredients and goes well with rice and roasted gram chutney

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    Puli Thanneer
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    The concept of this cake was taken from our childhood (me & my husband) memories. A cake which used to contain loads of tutti fruti and ash gourd sugar candy. It was known as "Tiffin Cake" in West Bengal, wrapped in typical red printed cover. Many of the Bongs might be familiar with this cake. I have not seen this cake anywhere except West Bengal. Now it is almost extinct in West Bengal too due to lot of fancy cakes. Ash gourd candy is also known as Morobba.

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    Tiffin Cake
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    Do not add salt to ‘rajma’ and ‘urad dal’ while boiling. It will take half the time to boil when salt is subtracted.
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    For grinding idly,dosa flour,soak urad dhal in fridge wit water. cold water makes urad dhal double and soak easily.By this u can use less measurement of dhal
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    Created By: Smitha Kalluraya

    " Kodo Millet Dosa n Idly " . Kodo millet is known as Kodra/Koden in Hindi,Harka in Kannada,Varugu Arisi in Tamil , Koovaragu in Malayalam & Arikelu in Telugu.The making of these idli dosas are similar to our normal regular dosa just that replace rice with kodo millet . That's it ... the result is super healthy nutrituous idli dosa. My kids couldn't find out the difference in the taste at all. Kodo millet is an absolute weight watchers delight and diabetic friendly too . So if you are looking for some healthy breakfast options / trying to incorporate millets in your diet .. go ahead this kodo millet idli dosa surely fits your criteria . Apart from being healthy, it is tasty,easy n will surely receive thumbs'up from all . A lovely variation from the normal rice n urad dal idli dosa....

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    Kodo Millet Idli Dosa
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    Traditional rajma curry made in non-traditional way. Rajma cooked in pot (without pressure cooker, without boiling them). View the recipe video here: Red kidney beans curry, Rajma recipe
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    Created By: Smitha Kalluraya

    Though Aviyal is usually associated to Kerala cuisine .. its very common in parts of Tamilnadu and Udupi as well . Making of aviyal varies from home to home and regoin to region. Few like curd in thier aviyal and some don't. Few make aviyal dry and some make it gravy type . But the basic requirement for any aviyal is lot of veggies which is perfectly cut and just cooked ( shouldnt be mushy ) , lot of coconut and yes a strong tempering with coconut oil . I usually make my aviyal semi gravy type .The commonly used vegetables for making aviyal are beans, carrot , long beans, peas, ash gourd ,ivy gourd, drumstick ,potato, yam, raw banana , pumpkin, brinjal,cucumber

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