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19 Feb 14
Bhavnagri Chillies ( Faraal Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
This evergreen favourite is made of bhavnagri chillies, flavoured with sesame seeds and cumin seeds. Besan is replaced with waterchestnut flour, to make this accompaniment qualify for a fast.
05 May 13
Mango Mix by Chhaya Taparia
In this pickle, mango is cut into very small pieces along with green chillies and ginger. This is for health conscious people as this is made with very less oil.
21 Apr 13
Pyaj Ka Pani Wala Achar by Foodie #550457
It is our main sindhi's aachar recipe. Mainly it is made by very small onions,also by carrot. No oil. . . No aachar ka lots of masala. . Simply water n few other n. . . .
15 Apr 13
Doodhi Pickle by Radha Hoizal
This is a unique pickle made of vegetable but can be stored for 3-4 months only and in refrigerator.
06 Apr 13
Coriander Pickle by Jyoti V B
This is a healthy and tasty pickle. It is a unique pickle and goes well with rice or chapati.
30 Nov 12
Dahi ki Mirchi by Alpna poddar
This spicy thangy recipe cna be used as pickle or as an accompaniment to any indian main course!
19 Oct 12
Amla ki Launji by Chhaya Taparia
Amla is a rich source of vitamin c. In winters amla is available in plenty. Amla ki launji is moderately spicy and unlike pickle, you an eat it in more quantity thus enjoying the benefits of amla.
26 Sep 12
Spicy Hot and Simple Mango Salad by Foodie #578310
This recipe was taught by my grandmother in kerela. It's easy and simple. This a keralite side dish which is a mouthwatering recipe. As this a keralite dish we use coconut oil. But if you are in dieting or you don't like the taste of this particular oil, you can avoid coconut oil and can add vegetab ....
06 Feb 12
Marinated Black Olives by Tarla Dalal
Black olives mixed with garlic, cumin seeds and capsicum and topped with olive oil to marinate. They’re handy to pop in the mouth, piquant and an international favourite!
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