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    Add vinegar while boiling egg, it will prevent the breaking of egg.
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    If poppy seeds are used in grinding, soak it in hot water for 10 to 15 minutes before grinding in a mixie.
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    To remove the skin of tomatoes, place them in warm water for 5-10 minutes. The skin can then be easily peeled off. When tomatoes are not available or too costly, substitute with tomato puree or tomato ketchup/sauce.
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    Prevent egg smell in cakes- To get rid of the smell of eggs in the cakes, add one tablespoon honey to the cake batter while beating it.
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    When tomatoes are not in season, tomato ketchup or sauce can be successfully used in the gravies.
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    Ghughni is a chaat/street food from Eastern India, and is a very popular Bengali snack and is also quite popular in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. During my childhood days street food hawkers carrying hot and spicy ghughni in a big brass pateela were a common sight outside schools, on the road sides, near cinemas halls or just by the roadside. Ghughni is made with dried yellow peas/dried green peas. Peas are soaked, boiled, tempered , cooked with tomatoes and spices and then garnished with radish, tomatoes and green chilies. A spoonful of hot green chutney and little bit of tamarind chutney is added to make it more tangy and spicy.
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    This rice is a combination of corn and capsicum, both are delicious vegetables , rich in nutrients like vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber. This flavorful rice is a one pot meal , great to pack for lunch box. Good accompanient for this rice is raita or appalam or potato chips.
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    This is a simple way to make tomato pulao. There are so many variation. This recipe serves 2 and take 10 min overall.
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    Place overripe tomatoes in cold water and add some salt. Overnight they will become firm and fresh.
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    Always use heavy bottomed vessels to make desserts, in order to avoid burning.
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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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    To preserve the colour of turmeric Apply a little ghee to the bottom and sides of the jar before storing.
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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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    To make whipped cream retain its peaks, add one teaspoon of honey before whipping.
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    Milk is the best source of calcium supply to our body. Calcium protects the body from major chronic ailments such as cancerous chemicals, bone loss, arthritic condition, migraine headaches, pre-menstrual syndrome, and obesity in children and aids in losing unwanted fats.
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    Cayenne pepper can add a little fire to recipes. Use less, taste and then add more if you’d like.
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    There's nothing like cutting a fresh mango and enjoying it all by yourself, don't you think? But I will tell you an even better way to enjoy the mango madness, make a mango milkshake and share it with your friends and family ;-) such a simple drink the only challenge is to not eat those chopped mango pieces before doing the drink. Ever since I was a kid I always loved mangoes and still love them today. They have their natural sweetness and simply steal your heart in every bite. If you are a mango lover you know what I mean. Try this simple Mango Milkshake and share the madness.
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    Rinse uncooked rice in a sieve under a cold running tap before cooking; this removes excess starch
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    It will be easier to chop raisins if you sprinkle some flour over them so that they do not stick. Then cut with a small kitchen scissors.
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