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Rava Fish Fry

Rava Fish Fry

Ingredients: Fish – 250 gms( I used basa fish fillet boneless n skinless) Lemon juice – 1 tsp Salt to taste Ginger, garlic & green chilli paste – 1 tsp Red chili powder – 1 tsp Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp Rava / Semolina – 4 tbsp Oil for frying Preparation: Marinate the fish piece with lemon juice, salt, ginger, ...

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Sloppy Joes Recipe

Sloppy Joes Recipe

Sloppy Joes Recipe Total Time: 50 minutes Preparation Time: 40 minutes Ingredients: 1/4 kg Meat (minced) Burger buns 2 Bell pepper ( finely chopped) 1 Tomato (chopped) 1 Onion (finely chopped) A few Garlic cloves (chopped) Salt to taste Pepper to taste 1 tbsp Ketchup 1 1/2 tsp Worcestershire sauce 1 tsp Brown sugar 1/4 tsp Dijon mustard Cheddar Cheese ...

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Prawn and Raw Mango Curry

Prawn and Raw Mango Curry

Prawn and Raw Mango Curry Ingredients: Prawns – 200 gms Grated Raw Mango – 2 tbsp Onions – 2 finely sliced Garlic – 3 finely minced A few Curry leaves Tomato – 1 Ginger green chilli paste – 1/2 tsp Red chilli powder – 1/2 tsp A pinch of Turmeric powder Coriander powder – 1/2 tsp Water Garam masala powder ...

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Andhra Egg Curry

Andhra Egg Curry

Eggs are a wonderful and nutrition rich food which are used all over the world in different cuisines and dishes. Owing to their versatile characteristics, eggs can be integrated into any recipe with ease. Here is a simple Andhra egg curry with savory spices and that makes a delightful delicacy. Ingredients: Boiled Eggs – 10 Tomato – 3 chopped Onion ...

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Naga Cuisine – Galho

An Introduction to Naga Cuisne: Part 1 Naga 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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Orange Chicken: Wonderful American Chinese Dish

Orange Chicken

Orange chicken is an American Chinese dish. It is most commonly found at North American fast food restaurants consists of chopped, battered, and fried chicken pieces coated in a sweet orange-flavored chili sauce, which thickens or caramelizes to a glaze. It is most often found as a variation of General Tso’s chicken rather than the dish found in mainland China. ...

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Parsi Delight – Lagan nu Custard

Lagan nu Custard

Parsi Wedding Story Now, a Parsi wedding is no quiet ceremony. It is known to be an event much celebrated; a lavish affair and a Parsi delight altogether. The ceremony takes place with mirth and laughter in front of guests, or an Anjoman (assembly) that is arranged to bear witness to the special event. A Parsi wedding greatly relies on ...

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