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4 March, 2015

Stuffed Amritsari Kulcha for Breakfast

Stuffed Amritsari Kulcha for Breakfast
Posted in : Indian Breakfast on by : Indian Chef
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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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9 February, 2015

Poha – An Indian Snack you are going to love

Poha – An Indian Snack you are going to love
Posted in : Indian Breakfast on by : Indian Chef
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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
Posted in : Indian Breakfast on by : Indian Chef
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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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14 November, 2014

Samosa – An Irresistible Indian Snack

Samosa – An Irresistible Indian Snack
Posted in : Indian Street Food on by : Indian Chef
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Samosa is a luscious mouthwatering dish. If spicy it may turn your eyes watery but instead of stopping to eat, I bet, you will relish every bit of it. Mostly, we eat this dish outside on street and rarely prepare it at home believing that such a yummy food can only be made by experts.
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31 October, 2014

Indian Aloo Tikki – Simple and Stuffed

Indian Aloo Tikki – Simple and Stuffed
Posted in : Indian Street Food on by : Indian Chef
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Crispy spicy famous Indian street food . “Aloo” means potato, and the word “tikki” means a small cutlet or croquette. It is easy to cook and involves a shallow fry technique. All the ingredients are easily available and you can prepare it in your kitchen. Tikki is served best when hot. Tikki rolled into small
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