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मेन कोर्स - हिन्दी में पढ़ें
મેન કોર્સ - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો
In any meal, the main course comprises the most filling and important part of the meal. The main course is served after the starters or snacks, and is followed by the dessert. It may be made up of a single sumptuous dish, or a combination of a couple of dishes. It is common to find Subzis, curries or Dal served with Roti, parathas or rice as part of the main course. On the other hand, dishes like biryanis, pastas, pizzas and baked dishes make up one-dish meals. When planning a menu, one must focus on the main course because it leaves a lasting impression on the diners, being the most comprehensive course of the meal.

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Recipe# 16152
06 Sep 05

 
 
by mitadashra
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Long grain rice with green chilli, spinach and fenugreek leaves with a hint of garlic. Serve hot with gravy.
Recipe# 16174
22 Oct 05

 
 
by sansunsru
No reviews
A quick chinese rice dish made with lots of diced veggies cooked in rice. Tasty and loved by children.
Recipe# 39620
20 Aug 14

 
 
by Amarendra Mulye
No reviews
This is indeed a very simple yet tasty version of traditional Spinach curry (called as Palakachi Patal Bhaji in marathi). In traditional spinach curry goda masala, tamarind pulp, jaggery etc. are used to make it more chatpati. However, this curry with less ingredients also tastes equally good.
Recipe# 39621
20 Aug 14

 
 
by Amarendra Mulye
No reviews
This is a Dhaba version of the popular dish - Methi Malai Mutter. In contrary to the traditional dish, this dish is spicy and red in colour. The traditional dish is sweet and white in colour.
Recipe# 39622
17 Aug 14

 
 by Umesh Ghodke
No reviews
This is self innovated dish which consists of 'Palak and Mint leaf's' small balls in green-brown gravy. Ghungaroo means small balls dipped into the gravy.
Recipe# 39603
01 Sep 14

 
 by Su's Kitchen
No reviews
Pumpkin flowers and leaves cooked in authentic Kerela style. . You can always grow pumpkin plants in a pot and use the flowers to make a special dish.
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Main Course
5
 on 08 Nov 17 01:47 PM


Yes excellent recipe happy to do it again and again