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4 March, 2015

Stuffed Amritsari Kulcha for Breakfast

Stuffed Amritsari Kulcha for Breakfast
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After umpteen numbers of requests from the visitors, today I have decided to make mouth-watering and delectable Stuffed Amritsari Kulcha. Being a food lover I always wanted to eat this amazing North Indian brunch. My first memories of Kulcha are from avenues of Delhi that is the place I had it first with my mother
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20 February, 2015

Moong Sprouts to boost your energy

Moong Sprouts to boost your energy
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Making sprouted moong is not a horrendous task and can be made at home even by a novice. This is a highly nutritious food supplement and I would suggest including them in everyday diet as it is a rich source of vitamins, proteins and minerals. Moong Sprout is easy to digest as the production of enzymes increases to
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9 February, 2015

Poha – An Indian Snack you are going to love

Poha – An Indian Snack you are going to love
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Nutritious poha is a much-admired Maharashtrian snack. Generally, it is made for breakfast yet of late it is cooked for supper as well. This healthy cuisine involves basic tempering and it takes only 10-15 minutes to cook. Cleaved green coriander leaves and, sour and succulent lemon flavor adds astonishing fervor and aroma to poha. Although known
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10 December, 2014

Upma – A healthy Indian Breakfast Recipe

Upma – A healthy Indian Breakfast Recipe
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Upma not only tastes awesome but is also a healthy breakfast. Upma is a tamil name. Uppu means “salt” muva means “flour”. Using semolina and variety of ingredients with salt we can make various kinds of upma like vegetable upma, Semiya(Vermicelli) upma,Oats upma,Bread Upma and few more. Being a northern Indian I never got the
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