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Recipe# 41737
02 May 17
 
by Tarla Dalal
The Mangalorean Tea is a herbal drink made of dry-roasted and coarsely-powdered spices. The spices are boiled with water and sweetened with misri. A little bit of milk is added to the herbal concoction to balance the flavour and strength and make it pleasant to the palate. Apart from having a ge ....
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Recipe# 38183
23 Mar 17
 by Tarla Dalal
This tasty ‘tea’ is very effective against colds, and the best part is that it is tasty and caffeine-free; so it is sure to suit one and all. The spice powder that is combined with milk and misri to make this herbal drink, is comprised of seeds that are there in everbody’s masala dabba, so you d ....
Recipe# 31891
31 Aug 16
 by Foodie#429002
Dry Paan Masala is tasty and easy to make. A wonderful after meal mouth fresherner also aids in digestion. The flavours and texture of all the ingredients complement each other resulting in a satisfying mouth freshner.
Recipe# 9584
02 Sep 11
 by rehanak
A traditional indian dessert , goondh pak made from goondh(edible gum),mawa and sugar,goondh pak makes every occasion a special one!
Recipe# 9607
09 Apr 01
 by vsucharitha
No reviews
Nourishing milk is a flavoured and sweetened milk recipe which can be a delicious way of incorporating milk in a child's diet. Rich in calcium and protein, nutritious milk should be a part of your daily menu.
Recipe# 10243
25 Jul 02
 by aradhanakasera
No reviews
Kakari mirch is a home herbal remedy for curing cold and cough problems. Find many interesting recipe tips at tarladalal.com
Recipe# 10464
13 Oct 02
 by nehanilesh7
No reviews
Banana gulabjamun is an interestingly novel recipe of preparing gulabjamuns from mashed bananas mixed with arrowroot flour and kneaded into a soft dough. the small balls made out of this mix is then fried and dipped in a sugar syrup to create banana gulabjamuns.
Recipe# 12998
15 Mar 01
 by anasuyar
No reviews
Ginger coconut drink is a refreshing summertime drink. The classic ginger flavoured sweet coconut drink can be enjoyed chilled as a cooling drink or added to any alcoholic beverage to prepare a tasty cocoktail.
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