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Mutton Keema Soup

Mutton Keema Soup

This soup is simple, quick and effortless recipe of nutritious mutton soup. This soup is generally prepared during the Ramadan season.. In the Islamic Tradition, during Ramadan’s 30 days, this soup is generally made. There are varieties of rice soup like coconut milk rice soup, veg rice soup, oats veg chicken soup,mutton keema rice soup, chicken kheema rice soup,biriyani noobu ...

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Nagamese Cuisine – Galho

An Introduction to Nagamese Cuisne: Part 1 Nagamese cuisine refers to the food of the Naga people, that is, those who are from the state of Nagaland which is situated in the North-eastern region of India. There are sixteen main tribes of Nagaland and each of them has a distinct style of cooking which makes Naga cuisine very, very wide-ranged. ...

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Chicken Haleem Recipe

Chicken Haleem

Haleem is very popular dish during ‘’ Ramzan ‘’ and “Moharrum” months. The origins Haleem can be traced to Persian food culture. While it is a delicacy year round, it gains importance during fasting months of Muslims. Haleem is equally popular in Pakistan, Bangladesh etc. Chicken Haleem, a very popular dish from the Hyderabadi cuisine is an awesome and rich ...

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Minced Meat Egg Kofta

Egg Kofta

Ingredients: Minced meat – 250 gm Onion – 1 finely chopped Ghee – 1 tsp Cinnamon Clove Green chilli – 1 chopped Ginger & garlic paste – 1 tsp Chilli powder – 1/2 tsp Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp Salt to taste Chana dal – 1 tbsp Boiled Eggs Boiled potato -3 Mint leaves Coriander leaves Egg – 1 Oil ...

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Mouthwatering Bengali Bhetki Paturi

Bhetki Paturi

Recipe: Amrita Banerjee, Photography: Saugata Banerjee Bengali recipies is an all time favourite for its spicy, aromatic and mouthwatering flavours for fish. Bengali food generally consists of a variety of fish delicacies. Among these a royal famous and traditional Bengali favourite is bhetki paturi. The word ‘paturi’ comes from the bangla word ‘paata’. Marinated fish fillets wrapped in banana leaf ...

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Stone Apple Sharbat

stone apple

Although, it might seem that monsoon has finally hit this part of the world and it’s even very tantalizing to think so (taking cue from the downpour in the last couple of days), the truth is, it’s the summer that seems to not want to leave us entirely. Well, that’s what I felt when I returned home the other day, ...

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