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Recipe- Homemade Soft and Fluffy Rice Idli Sambhar/ How to make Idli batter at home

Soft and fluffy Idli is a popular South Indian food, made from a fermented batter of rice and black gram, served with sambhar and kind of chutneys.

Recipe- Stuffed Naan/ Bread/ Tandoori Naan

Learn how to make stuffed naan easily at home in gas tandoor.

Recipe- Bean Burger

A very popular and yummy rich in protein burger, where patties are made up of black eye beans (Lobia) and loaded with the goodness of lots of vegetables.

Recipe- Bombay grilled vegetable club Sandwich

An authentic Mumbai street sandwich with the goodness of lots of vegetables, cheese and butter.
You have once and would not be able to stop your craving again and again.

Recipe- Homemade Fresh Thandai

Thandai is an Indian refreshing drink made up of nuts, milk and many cold spices. It helps to cool body during summers along with many health benifits.

Recipe- Mango Dolly/ Soft creamy Mango Ice cream

“Smooth and creamy mango dolly scoop ice cream/ Just 3 Ingredient/ no cooking/ ready in minutes”

Recipe- Restaurant Style Banarasi Dum Aloo

Banarasi dum aloo, Deep fried potatoes cooked in rich and creamy Indian gravy.

Recipe- Bhaji for Pav Bhaji

“A popular Maharashtrian street food. Where a thick mixed vegetable curry is served with a soft bread roll called Pav.”

Recipe- Daal Coriander Chutney (Green Chutney)

“A must have daal chutney, tastes awesome with any South Indian food as well any steamed or fried snacks.”



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