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Oma Podi (Sev)

These are your basic fried chickpea flour noodles. But they make a significant appearance in our festival goodie preparations. Every Diwali, Ma makes close to 2 kgs just to distribute among friends and family! We call this Oma Podi. (read:…

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Almond Banana Smoothie

An excellent post workout drink, the goodness of almonds and bananas in this smoothie gives you the much needed energy to keep you up and about all day long! 🙂 This can also be had at breakfast or as a…

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Microwave Chocolate Cake

There are  times when I just crave for a piece of chocolate cake. Especially at night. Not healthy, I know. But what can you do? 😀 And with the discovery of this quick fix, all my chocolate woes are now…

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3 tier Whimsical Cake

I know this looks a bit untidy. Frankly, that was my intention. To make a homey birthday cake for my little brother. 😀 Of course, this wouldn’t be the perfect thing to make for elegant dinner parties, but will be…

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Tapioca Pudding (Jevvarisi Payasam)

This pudding is what I like to call, the ‘King of Desserts’. Featuring in every “Feast” my mum prepares on festivals, this is as easy to make as it is to consume! 😉 It can be eaten at any temperature…

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Khara | Boondi

Snacks such as Boondi (read boon-dhee) are a traditional part of our snacks prepared during festivals like Diwali, Navratri etc. Actually, the savory version is called Khara (read khaa-raa) and the sweet version is called Boondi, which originated in the…

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How to Blanch Almonds?

Almonds are such wonderful, nutritious nuts that give an excellent texture and taste to any dish you make! Blanching is the process of boiling the Almonds and peeling the skin off. Really, it couldn’t be easier! If you have a…

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Biryana Masala (Instant Biryani Spice Mix)

It’s a blend of whole spices lightly roasted and powdered. Used specifically for biryani’s, the masala powder adds not only flavour but the faint aroma that’s required in a perfect biryani. The blend is similar to garam masala, but has…

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Chaat Powder

Chaat Masala/Powder is a masala, or spice mix, used predominantly in Indian Cuisine. It helps to make & store the powder – because believe me, it comes in handy for so many dishes! And even if it is not typical to sprinkle the Chaat powder, doing so will…

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Khajur Imli ki Chutney | Sweet Chutney

This is an indispensable part of so many Indian dishes like Samosa Chat, Sev Puri, Ragda Patties, Pani Puri etc etc etc… In short, we use this for so many snack items that it would be foolish not to make it…

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Mint Coriander Chutney | Green Chutney

The ever popular Mint-Coriander chutney gives the much needed spice and zing to the recipes like Ragda Puri, Sev Puri, Ragda Patties etc. 🙂 It can even be eaten with Dosa, Idli, bread etc! So, let us learn how to make…

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