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passtimechef On Oct 15, 2018, 10:33 am
Type: Others
Narali Bhaat - Sweet Coconut Pudding

Narali Bhaat – Sweet Coconut Pudding

INTRODUCING THE NARALI BHAAT – SWEET COCONUT PUDDING Bhaat always makes for a great lunch and dinner option that is loved by people all over India. One such bhaat recipe is Narali Bhaat. Made with ingredients such as basamati rice, cloves, grated coconut, sugar, saffron, cinnamon and green cardamom, this is an easy-to-make recipe. Serve this Maharashtrian recipe with any curry of your choice and give yourself an epic feast. This tempting recipe will be a great dish to be prepared on special occasions like festivals, kitty parties and buffets, also this healthy recipe is so versatile that it will be perfect to be served at a potluck party to large gatherings. Feel free to add some nuts in the dish to add on to the flavours of thi...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 1,693.50 Cal Protein 23.17 g
Lipid 72.53 g Carbohydrate 239.97 g
Fiber 14.73 g Sugar 11.04 g

hazie On Oct 15, 2018, 8:11 am
Type: Greens
Hara Bhara Kabab

Hara Bhara Kabab

INTRODUCING THE HARA BHARA KABAB The hara bhara kabab is a very popular snack from the Northern regions of India (especially Uttar Pradesh). This dish is often eaten and relished as an appetizer or starter before any special meals. Although this dish is deep fried, those who are conscious of their health can always bake or shallow fry them. However, the results are the best when deep fried at a moderately high temperature. This dish is an epitome of the famous food combination of ‘flavour, texture and health’. This recipe of the hara bhara kabab is 100% vegetarian and is a great way to include leafy vegetables such as coriander, spinach and mint into a diet. This is definitely one of those dishes that will remain in the minds of p...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 1,302.66 Cal Protein 14.51 g
Lipid 116.98 g Carbohydrate 54.68 g
Fiber 14.51 g Sugar 12.44 g

deepkris On Oct 15, 2018, 12:49 am
Type: Others
Khaman Dhokla

Khaman Dhokla

INTRODUCING THE KHAMAN DHOKLA The khaman dhokla is a typical Gujarati dish that has been a part of the Gujarati custom for more than 10 decades. This dish is an epitome of culture, Gujarati customs and the love that they have for simple yet sophisticated food. The khaman dhokla is basically a light savoury cake that is prepared mainly by making using of Bengal gram flour. The flavour of the dhokla is enhanced through the addition of a well-tempered oil, the garnishing with the help of the coriander leaves and the addition of hing. However, this is one such dish that can be eaten at any time of any day. It is like dosa and idli where the dish can be widely eaten at any time of the day and will continue to satisfy your taste buds. ...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 1,251.30 Cal Protein 52.48 g
Lipid 52.87 g Carbohydrate 154.56 g
Fiber 50.96 g Sugar 11.43 g

passtimechef On Oct 14, 2018, 5:40 pm
Type: Vegetables
Matar Kachori

Matar Kachori

INTRODUCING THE MATAR KACHORI Kachori is a spicy snack, originating from the Indian subcontinent, and common in places with Indian diaspora and other South Asian diaspora, such as Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, and Suriname. Alternative names for the snack include kachauri, kachodi katchuri and fried dumpling. Kachoris were popular in old Delhi and Kota, Rajasthan, even before samosas gained popularity after the partition of India. Banarasidas, the author of biographical Ardhakathanaka, has mentioned buying Kachoris in Agra in 1613. Kachori is supposed to have originated in Uttar Pradesh or Rajasthan. In these states it is usually a round flattened ball made of fine flour filled with a stuffing of baked mixture of yellow moong dal or...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 1,532.98 Cal Protein 11.32 g
Lipid 154.22 g Carbohydrate 32.22 g
Fiber 11.49 g Sugar 11.04 g

hazie On Oct 14, 2018, 4:10 pm
Type: Others
Fafda

Fafda

INTRODUCING THE FAFDA Fafda is a popular Gujarati snack. In many festivals, fafda is the most preferred snack. Fafda is rectangular in shape and yellowish complexion. It is eaten with a chutney and salty fried-green chilli. Fafda got famous by a festival named Dusherra. Traditionally, Fafda and Jalebi is the most sought-after sweet and salty combination in Gujarati cuisine. The two snacks are popular as breakfast items among Gujarati people. To create Fafda, besan (Bengal gram flour), oil, carom seeds (ajwain), papad khar, salt to taste. Amalgamate all the ingredients in a bowl and create a mixture, make a dough of the mixture using enough water and Make small rolls of the dough and roll in a cylindrical shape, and after flattenin...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 1,861.30 Cal Protein 47.24 g
Lipid 133.66 g Carbohydrate 129.60 g
Fiber 42.27 g Sugar 0.01 g

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