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Mango Pachadi a.k.a Mangai Pachadi

  Every state has some special dishes to relish. They have their own touch and own way to make their dishes extra aromatic . Mango pachadi is a dish from Tamilnadu which is prepared by using raw mangoes, jaggery and dried neem flowers. In the same  way we odiya people prepare mango khatta (amba khata) […]

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Dhuska

Dhuska is a popular deep fried snack from the state of Jharkhand. The yummy snack is prepared especially during occasions and festivals. The people of Jharkhand believe that no festival is complete without preparing this yummy snack .   This is otherwise called as Dhooska or Dushka, the name varies from place to place. But […]

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Pal pongal

  Wishing all my readers a very Happy Pongal a.k.a Sankranti. This is the harvest festival celebrated all over the India in different names. This is Makar sankranti for North Indians, whereas the same festival is known as Pongal in South India.    Makar sankranti marks as the beginning of the Harvest season. When the […]

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7 cup burfi

7 cups Burfi

India is a great country known as the land of festivals. Deewali is one of the most significant festival celebrated all over the country. It falls on the Amavasya in the month of Kartik every year by Hindu calendar. Deewali is the religious Festival, celebrated by Hindus ..It is celebrated by lighting lamps everywhere including […]

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Brussels Spout Spicy Curry

  Brussels sprouts are otherwise called as baby cabbages. The tiny shaped vegetable has many health benefits and as well as nutrients too. This vegetable tastes delicious if seasoned properly and cooked properly. Undercooking and over cooking of this vegetable destroys not only the nutrients, but the flavor, consistency, color and most noticeably, the aroma. […]

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Chicken 65

  Sharing a meal on the dining table with friends and family and spending valuable time with them, is one of the most important things we can do today. We all love gathering of near and dear ones at our place. It is also a good way to socialize with neighbors and people around us. […]

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Dill leaves Poori

  Poori is an essential breakfast item in our Indian menu. This is deep fried flat bread.  Poori came from Assamese, Maithili , Bengali and Odiya cuisine. The spelling also varies to different states like poori, puri or luchi. But the preparation procedure is same for all. Because of its taste and quite easy method of preparing, […]

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Gulab Jamun

Mawa Gulabjamun

  Happy Ganesh chaturthi Everyone !!! Lets welcome Lord Ganesha on his birth Anniversary. Like every year this year also Lord Ganesha has come on the earth and bestows people with lots of desirable blessings. As God Ganesha is the supreme god of Hindus, people of India believe that he removes all obstacles and problems […]

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