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  • Noodles

    The warm embrace of soul food

    Bite into these easy, scrumptious dishes that are so heart-warming that you will wish to never leave this cheesy heaven. So be sure to try out these finger-licking-good recipes for both adults and children, and dinners and parties.

  • Scrumptious chicken

    In a mixing bowl, add the coriander, paprika, cayenne, onion, garlic powder, white pepper, 2 tsp of salt, and brown sugar. Mix well.

  • We love our veggies

    Steam Colocasia (kochu)

  • A delectable mix

    Cut small pieces of the bread and fry them in ghee. Boil tomato slices in chicken stock and 2 cups of water.

  • Veggie delights

    Are you getting bored with your vegetable dishes? If you are, maybe it's because you are cooking the same vegetables the same way every time.

  • Hooked!

    Wash and drain rice. Keep aside. Heat ghee in a wok, add chopped onion and stir till it turns golden in colour. Add rice and ginger garlic paste, stirring continuously. When the rice is adequately fried, add coconut milk, chicken stock and salt.

  • Shab-e-barat special

    Finely grind cardamom and sugar. Add milk to it and cook the mixture on a low flame until it thickens.

  • Meals of memory

    Looking for a great family-friendly recipe or something quick and easy? Then look, no further than chicken.

  • Meals of memory

    Cut potato, carrot and cauliflower into small pieces and boil. Boil green peas. Chop tomato, green chilli, and coriander leaves.

  • An Indian menu

    Boil gurda with some salt. When all the liquid dries up, add ghee and stir. Now add ginger, garlic paste, roasted onions, salt, black pepper, green chilli paste, and yoghurt.

  • Kitchen mash-ups

    Wash and clean chicken, cut the pieces lengthwise. Cut all vegetables as well, each piece 2-inch in length. Boil chicken with salt and 3 cups of water.

  • Seasonal pickles

    The kitchen bazars are now flooded with a variety of fresh vegetables. To make best use of them while they last, pickling them is a good option. The following are quite simple, hassle free preparations (although not necessarily made from winter vegetables) and will last a long time with proper preservation.

  • Pickling winter veggies

    The days seem cooler and the early morning hours, somewhat cold. But even before the temperature showed signs of a changing

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