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Stuffed Green Peppers in a Tomato Base

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Who doesn’t like the colourful, crunchy and juicy taste of capsicum or green peppers? And now research suggests that these peppers may even be good for your health. Did you know that red, yellow or green peppers contain three times more Vitamin C than orange juice? Peppers also contain cancer-fighting properties and may aid in […]

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101 Ways to Cook Veggies the Indian Way

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101 Tastiest Ways to Cook Veggies as Snacks, Soups, Curries, Full Meals and hold your breath, Desserts! As only Indians can. So forget your boring boiled and broiled and baked ways to make veggie dishes and let this new book open your eyes to the wonderful possibilities of cooking vegetables the way northern, southern, eastern […]

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Pooris: The magical balloon like Indian bread

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This magical version of the humble chapati is an eternal favourite of the home cook as well as restaurants. Because these are fried, pooris have a longer shelf life than chapatis. This is why pooris are popular for picnics, outings and as prasadam (blessings) in many Hindu temples. Their balloon like appearance make them an […]

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How to Make Kidney Beans (Rajma) at Home the Indian Way

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Have you ever tried to make kidney beans at home in the Indian style for a change? This recipe is called Rajma and is a perennial favourite of the North Indian states of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir. This dish is cooked more like meat than lentils. Many wayside eateries or dhabas […]

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South Indian Style Cabbage, Carrot and Peas recipe

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Last time, we had presented to you the North Indian Style of making Cabbage, Carrot and Peas using Garam Masala. This time, we present to you the South Indian variation that does not use Garam Masala but instead uses black mustard seeds, curry leaves and coconut. Ingredients Cabbage-1/2 small Carrots-2 Peas shelled-1/2 cup Chopped Ginger-2 […]

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North Indian Style Cabbage, Carrot, Peas recipe

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No one cooks vegetables as well and in as many ways as the Indians do. Broadly, there appear to be three distinct ways of cooking veggies. First, the North Indian way that uses Garam Masala. Second, the East Indian way that uses Pachphoran, a mixture of five other spices that don’t constitute garam masala. And […]

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Spinach recipes: How to make anyone fall in love with the dreaded SPINACH

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How to make anyone fall in love with the dreaded SPINACH No one needs to be told that spinach is good for your health. Full of Vitamin A, C, K and Iron, Spinach is indeed brimming with nutrition. The problem is that the way spinach is normally cooked makes it too bland, especially for children. […]

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Mixed Vegetables curry in coconut milk

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If you want to have experiment with vegetarian cuisine, then try making mixed vegetable curry in coconut milk. Believe me, it tastes so heavenly that you will not be able to resist yourself. Moreover, this recipe is healthy and delightful. Ingredients Pumpkin-150 grams Carrot-100 grams Beans-100 grams Cauliflower-100 grams Potato-100 grams Gourd-100 grams Onion-1 Ginger-1 […]

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Vegetables au gratin

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This classic dish with a cheesy flavour is an all-time favourite. So if you liked the simple flavours of saute’ vegetables, you can very easily graduate to Vegetables au gratin. The added protein and calcium from milk and cheese, that this recipe’ uses, increases this dish’s overall nutrition quotient by many many folds. Note: Feel […]

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