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16 Jun 11
Easy Hara Bhara Kebabs by kinnu20
Hara bhara kabab is a vegetarian kabab recipe full of aromatic spices, healthful ingredients and an amazing taste!
10 Oct 11
Mutter Ke Parathe by sumitasandeep
The parathas taste really very good and is a very good low calorie breakfast. It is very easy to make and all the ingredients are readily available at home.
02 Aug 11
02 Sep 11
Golden Pulao by Rucha
This pulao looks golden in colour and the taste is also nice. We can serve it with any soup or gravy veg.
17 Aug 11
Bread Kofta by bhavna_acharya
A delectable bread kofta recipe cooked in a spicy onion tomato based gravy.
07 Jul 11
11 Aug 11
Aloo Mazedar by ozas
It is best served with rotis and rice.
29 Sep 11
Lemon Achaar by rajni ahuja
Lemon achar or nimbu ka achar recipe with a tangy spicy touch.
27 Aug 11
Cucumber Raita By Nidhi_b_77 by nidhi_b_77
A compilation of easy raita recipes for people who want to know how to make a raita using simple ingredients. Cucumber raita is a thin beaten curd mix with grated cucumber and seasonings. Pair cucumber raita with biryani or any stuffed paratha recipe.
02 Aug 11
Paneer Kofta Moglai by rajju
The spicy green or hara pulao is as much a pleasure for our eyes as our taste buds. A nice twist to a typical rice or biryani recipe, green pulao is definitely a must try!
20 Jun 11
Chawal ka Paratha by kinnu20
An aromatic rice dish, rajasthani pulao adds flavor to the meal and a smile on your face. An authentic rajasthan taste just lingers on.
08 Nov 03
Cheese Tikki by rehanak
Cheese tikki is an innovative tikki or cutlet recipe with grated cheese cubes and cheese slices mixed with an array of vegetables and dried spices. Share your cheese tikki recipe, cutlet recipe, tikki recipe online.
17 Aug 11
Bean Sprout Pakodas by Foodie #383432
For health reasons we can also use besan flour instead of plain flour. Adding rice flour will make pakoras oily. Finely shredded onions can be added too for people who eat onions.
10 Aug 11
Mawa Paneer Surprise by Seema Mathker
Serve hot with tomato ketchup or green chutney or just plain. Without corn flour they can be eaten for upwas also.
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