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Member Since: Aug 4, 2016


Last Posted Recipe: Sep 8, 2017

Banana Puri Recipe

Indian bread baskets see a ton of varieties like roti, paratha, lachha paratha, puri, kulcha, bhatura, et al in the kitchen. The reason behind this is majorly the widely varying cultural influences from different states and regions, and the culinary thrive to innovate and turn simple in extraordinary. One such dish that has been transformed from ordinary to awesome is the banana puri.

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Veg Kabab Recipe

Veg Kabab in the broader spectrum of the word includes any and every kabab fit for consumption by a non-meat eater. This could include veg seekh, veg galouti, veg shami, hara bhara kababs, and the list can go on endlessly. Because even the term ‘veg’ encompasses a wide array of ingredients that go fro desi varieties like paneer, potato, and jackfruit to more continental ones like mushroom, cheese, tofu, and more. But we’ll put all the confusion aside and make the kebab that comes closest in meaning to a “veg kabab”.

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Mushroom Do Pyaza Recipe

‘Do Pyaza’ is a type of creamy South-Asian gravy that is less water and more spice. The somewhat dry masala gravy is named so because of the cooking technique, which requires adding onion to the gravy twice – both at different stages – while cooking the dish. The curry is popular in parts of India, Pakistan, and even some regions in Bangladesh. And the best part is that just about any vegetable and/or meat can blend in perfectly with the do pyaza gravy and taste delicious. One such blend is the mushroom do pyaza.

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Spiderman Cupcakes Recipe

The first official Spider-Man Home-Coming trailer has just been released and we could not be more excited! In celebration, we thought we’d have a spider man themed party this weekend while we watch all the old Spider-Man movies and speculate on what the new one will offer – we’re particularly excited about Iron Man’s appearance. We’re planning on whipping up these Spiderman cupcakes to serve this weekend; why not give them a try yourself?

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Hot Chocolate For Christmas Recipe

Christmas is almost here and that means its time to whip out the decorations, the warm clothes, the Christmas tree and all the delicious treats that go with the season. Honestly, it doesn’t matter if it’s hot or cold or moderately winter where you are, hot chocolate is the perfect treat for any time of year. But obviously it’s also fantastic for Christmas! And for those that don’t drink coffee or tea or mulled wines to keep them warm in the winter, here’s an equally good treat to keep you going. Get toasty and comfortable with this delicious recipe.

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Barley and Spinach Risotto Recipe

Get to savour the taste of classic Italian flavours with a healthy twist in this dish. Taste the subtle spices in every morsel. A perfect and warm dish for the bitter winter days, we suggest you to make this today.

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Pork Fajita Recipe

Mexican cuisine is popular for the mouth-watering spices, cheese, and of course all the corn (cooked, ground, baked, and otherwise). One such popular Tex-Mex item that combines all of the aforementioned is fajita. The fajita is essentially grilled meat served in – or on – a warm flour/corn tortilla. The dish can be tweaked to suit everyone spice level meat preference, and even vegetable choice. The recipe is extremely simple to make and the end result worth a million dollars. Garnish the final dish with all the vegetables, lettuce, and cheese that you like and voila, you’ve got yourself a sumptuous Mexican meal! Follow these easy-peasy steps to whip up a delicious pork fajita!

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Mawa Kachori Recipe

The list of Indian mithais may be a long one, but the long list of Indian savouries sure does match up to that. And one popular dish that takes a little from both the dishes is the mawa kachori. A regular kachori consists of deep fried flour filled with spiced stuffing, which is usually made of roasted potatoes, onions, lentils, dry fruits and the likes. Meanwhile, mawa a.k.a. khoya is a term used for dry or evaporated condensed milk. Together, the mawa kachori is a sweet snack that consists of the deep fried flour dough stuffed with mawa and dry fruits.

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Baked Chicken Nuggets Recipe

Craving for an easy snack? Turn to this for a wholesome delight. We bet your kids will love it too! These make for a great appetizer too. Get cooking! Here’s what you’ll need.

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Apricot Chutney Recipe

Apricots are as delicious as they are healthy. The fruit makes for a great health snack, being a rich source of calcium, magnesium, potassium, and other important nutrients. Apricots can be used in making a number of delicious recipes like jam, fruit preserves, cakes, pies, salads, and a number of other delectable edibles. One such scrumptious preparation is the apricot chutney.

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Oven Roasted Parmesan Potatoes Recipe

Scratching your head for the perfect side dish for dinner or lunch? We have the perfect one for you! These cheesy, crispy, pillow-y on the inside flavor bombs will surely be a crowd favourite. And hey! Who doesn’t love potatoes, right? Pre-heat your oven and get ready! This is the easiest dish you could make. Here’s what you’ll need.

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Broccoli Cornbread with Cheese Recipe

Bored of your regular sides for meat? This is one simple and easy side to mop the tasty juices and gravy off your plate. And the best thing about this dish is that your kids are never complaining about eating veggies again. Try this cheesy delight and let us know how you liked it. This is what you’ll need.

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Easy Pancakes Recipe

Pancakes are the perfect breakfast treat. And the best part is that they are easy to make. Pancakes can be made with almost anything too, depending on how healthy you want to be and what you want to eat with your pancakes and so on. Generally, pancakes are round and fluffy and can be eaten with a full breakfast platter or a healthy serving of whipped cream and chocolate sauce or even the usual maple syrup. Whatever you’re in the mood for, pancakes will definitely solve the problem you are facing. You’ve got the option of going the easy way and using a pancake mix that can be bought in stores, or you can do it this way, which is a little longer, but still quite easy!

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Liver Masala Recipe

Eating mutton is not just about savouring the delicious meats portions. A popular delicacy among meat-eaters across the globe is the liver. In India, the liver is often marinated and then dry-cooked with spices. The widely savoured goat liver finds itself in various other forms such as gurda kaleji, anda kaleji and keema kaleji, but the classic liver masala remains the most popular. And with good reason.

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Kolhapuri Chicken Recipe

Indian gravies are a treat for all spice-loving souls. Add to that marinated chunks of chicken and you’ve got yourself heaven on a platter! One such heavenly chicken dish is the Kolhapuri chicken. As the name suggests, the dish has its roots in the Maharashtrian city of Kolhapur. The recipe uses mild spices like cinnamon, pepper, and bay leaves in a tomato-onion puree, while the chicken is marinated in a zesty marinade made with chilli, garlic, turmeric, and yogurt. The final result is a thick and flavoursome gravy with chicken pieces that impart strong yet delicious spicy flavours. Follow this easy recipe to make some Kolhapuri chicken at home!

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Gongura Rice Recipe

Gongura is a kind of leafy plant grown in India, and which finds itself in various dishes in the Andhra region. Gongura besides being utterly delicious is also a rich source of iron, vitamins, folic acid and anti-oxidants that play a major role in health and nourishment. The leaves are often pureed and used in chutneys and relish. One such popular recipe is gongura rice, a.k.a., gungora pulihora. Gongura rice, as the name suggests, is a blend of rice and the gongura leaves. It is a popular delicacy in Southern Indian and incorporates a variety of spices such as turmeric, asafetida, fenugreek seeds, and many more that give the rice its unique flavour. The dish is ideal for people who want to binge on yummy as well as nutritious food. Follow this recipe to make some.

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Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and we thought we’d take the opportunity to share a Thanksgiving recipe from popular culture.

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Dal Bukhara Recipe

There is dal makhani and then there is dal Bukhara. The dish, which is a namesake of the Delhi-based restaurant where it originated, is a popular dal not only in the Capital but all around the world. Tourists and VIPs form across the globe visit the Bukhara in ITC Maurya, New Delhi to treat their palates to a rich helping of the Dal Bukhara along with tandoori breads. So what makes this dal so special? Dal Bukhara is cooked with black urad dal (black grams), which is first pressure-cooked and then mixed with a special blend of spices like cumin powder, chaat masala, fenugreek, and garam masala among other that give the North Indian specialty its signature taste. Follow this amazingly simple recipe to make the highly coveted dal Bukhara at home!

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Sabudana Upma Recipe

Want to start your day on a healthy and scrumptious note? Whip up a bowlful of delicious upma. Upma is a popular Indian preparation made by roasting the ingredients to form a thick porridge like meal. The dish finds its roots in Southern India and is popular breakfast item in neighbouring states as well such as Sri Lanka. Upma can be made with a number of ingredients like semolina (rava), vermicelli, and sabudana (sago). The one that we’ll be making today is a sabudana upma. The sabudana upma is very similar to sabudana khichdi in taste and texture. Have it with some coriander chutney for maximum amount of yummy in your tummy. Follow this recipe to cook up a delicious sabudana upma.

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Majestic Chicken Recipe

True to its name, the Chicken Majestic is one rich and lavish preparation. A treat for chicken and meat lovers, the Hyderabadi dish can be had as an appetizer or even as a main course. It comprises of juicy pieces – or strips – of marinated chicken fried and then seasoned with the choicest of flavoring agents like chilli, garlic, garam masala, soy sauce, and more. The delicious Chicken Majestic could easily be dubbed Andhra’s take on chilli chicken with the added desi twist! The recipe is very easy to whip up and the end result is a platter full of delicious chicken strips sitting to be devoured over drinks and cheer. Follow this simple recipe to make a batch of Majestic Chicken at home!

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Sweet Paniyaram Recipe

A sweet, delicious, and wholesome dish, the sweet paniyaram is a jaggery infused version of the classic paniyaram (no kidding). The dish is popularly eaten as a snack or breakfast in South Indian households. Made with a fermented rice batter (used for making dosa or idli), the recipe is quick to make and the final result a sheer delight.

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Ulundhu Kali Recipe

Ulundhu Kali, a.k.a., urad dal halwa is a popular South Indian dessert rich in nutrients and is considered very healthy. The recipe scores high on ease in making and, of course, taste. The halwa includes a lot of healthy ingredients like rice, urad dal, and fenugreek seeds, making it a rich source of iron. The ulundhu kali is slightly bitter, owing to the fenugreek, but when had with milk or tea, tastes excellent and hardly bitter. The halwa is an excellent dish to gobble up in winters. Follow this recipe to whip up a delicious ulundhu kali in your kitchen.

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Mutton Do Pyaza Recipe

Let try this scrumptious recipe of mutton, made with marination of yogurt and spices. Addition of nuts give it an extra taste.

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Soya Chunks Pulao Recipe

A less fancy version of the biryani is the pulao. And although certain people may argue otherwise, both are completely different dishes. The pulao is also a delicious rice preparation but it uses a different and less complicated cooking method and a lot of the ingredients are also different. Meanwhile, soya chunk need no build up. The spongy vegetarian nuggets are as delicious as they are healthy. Put together, soya chunks and pulao are nothing short of amazing. The soya chunks pulao is an easy recipe to whip up when you crave for something fancy yet less cumbersome to cook. Soya chunks are easily available in the market, while all the ingredients for the pulao can most definitely be found in your kitchen. Follow this recipe for an absolutely delish soya chunks pulao.

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Cauliflower Pickle Recipe

The process of pickling food is nothing short of awesome. Not only does the food last longer, but in a whole new form too! Especially in Southeast Asian countries, pickle or achaar or avakaya plays a major role. And the best part? The variety, of course! Also, there is hardly a pickle that doesn’t taste good. You may not like a particular vegetable, but as a pickle you’ll lap it all up. Like I said, nothing short of awesome. The recipe that we’re trying out today is that of an Indian-style cauliflower pickle. A delicious and easy-to-make recipe, the cauliflower pickle goes amazingly well with almost everything – right from roti and sabzi to biryani, you can pair it with anything. Follow this recipe to make some at home.

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Vegetable Idli Recipe

Rice takes up a major chunk of Asian cuisines. Right from Japan to India, whether it is in the form of sushi, biryani or kheer, rice plays a huge role at the dinner table. One such popular Asian rice dish that we’ll be making today is idli. Deeply rooted in South India, idli is a steamed rice cake served with chutney and sambhar. There are many ways of making idli – with rice, semolina, etc – and with a number of variations. This particular variation is a vegetable idli made with lots of veggies, mild spices, and coconut milk. It is as delicious as it is healthy. Follow this recipe to make some!

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Mulaku Bajji Recipe

When it is raining heavily outside on evening, who does not like to have a cup of hot tea? If the tea is accompanied by a crispy chilli pakoda, your taste buds will thank you for the superb tasty combination.

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Coffee Jelly Recipe

Gelatinous food is as awesome as it is exciting. And the best part? You can favour it with anything that you want! Right from sugary to fruity to savoury – you can pick any and the end result will still be amazing! The jelly variation that we’re trying today is a coffee jelly. This coffee jelly can make for an excellent instant beverage (when mixed with hot or cold milk), dessert or even just an edible form of caffeine. The recipe is super easy to make and, needless to say, awesome! Follow the instructions below to set some delicious coffee-flavoured gelatin.

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Potato Biryani Recipe

While the debate about vegetable biryani versus vegetable pulao refuses to die down, we’ll just continue to put in lots of dum and cook up biryani with all kinds of veggies out there! The one we’re making today is a delicious potato biryani or aloo dum biryani. Given the versatility of the potato and yummy flavors of the biryani, we have no doubt that you too will go bonkers with this delicious biryani recipe. Easy to make and rich in flavors, the potato biryani is what you’ll be having for dinner tonight!

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Veggie Hot Dog Recipe

Vegan hot dogs are the new best thing to be added to the vegan diet.

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Manaparai Murukku Recipe

Manaparai Murukku or Rice Murukku is a popular savoury snack in southern Indian regions, especially Tamil Nadu. The crunchy deep-fried snack is a blend of soft rice flour and flavor-imparting spices like asafetida, ajwain, and black sesame seeds. Manaparai murukku is super easy to make and tastes beyond delicious with a hot cup of tea or even on its own. Follow this recipe to fry up a piping hot batch of crunchy murukkus at home!

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Cake Pops Recipe

These chocolate cake pops are so easy to make and perfect for entertaining the kids over the summer holidays.

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Mushroom Omelette Recipe

Mushroom Cheese Omelette is fluffy, soft yet evenly cooked brown omelette.

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Tomato Omelette Recipe

Tomato Omelette Recipe – here is a one omelette which does not have eggs in it.

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Patishapta Recipe

A delicious Bengali sweet dish, patishapta is like a thin crepe or pancake made using flour, sooji (semolina), rice flour, and milk. The crepe is then filled with a sweet filling of roasted jiggery and coconut to make for a sinfully delicious festive food. There are number of ways of making the patishapta. For example, the crepe can be sweet; the coconut in the filling can be replace with khoya, while the jiggery can be substituted with sugar. Follow this recipe to add a dash of Bong sweetness to your festive season!

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Chocolate Sandwich Recipe

Chocolate sandwich can be a quick breakfast or snack if you have the bread in hand.

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