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Festival food

Dry Black Chickpea/Sukha Kala Chana Recipe

Sukha Kala chana or Dry Black Chickpea is one of such food which can be relished as a snack or as a side-dish. To make it more appetizing, sprinkle lemon juice, add chopped coriander leaves and fresh green chili to it.In no time a tea-time…

Sorghum Crackers ( Gluten-free )

Life is not finding yourself ,it's about Creating Yourself..These Gluten-free Sorghum Crackers are one of those good food that creates good memories. These Sorghum Crackers are vegan too.So much goodness in each crunchy bite. Make a…

Mung bean Pitha-Sandwich

The Festival of Lights is at the door-step .All are busy in cleaning and decorating their house and bloggers are preparing delicious Diwali Festive foods in advance. Diwali is associated with lights and illumination and hence aptly called…

Coconut Gujiya Recipe | How to Make Gujiya at Home

Every little peculiarity of Lord Ganesha's has a deep spiritual significance .Ganesha's elephant head symbolizes the immense wisdom while trunk visually depicts a well-developed intellect that arises out of wisdom.The occasion of Ganesh…

Rabdi , a festive food

“I am the Atma abiding in the heart of all beings. I am also the beginning, the middle, and the end of all beings.” ― Krishna's words in Bhagvat Gita Lord Krishna appeared on the eighth day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadon as…

Dahi Vada

Soft lentil dumplings soaked in creamy yogurt which is perfectly balanced with some roasted spices gonna make you crazy when you taste it for the very first time & you simply can't control yourself asking another plate. In Odisha people…

Punjabi kale Chole

If you are in Punjab ,you will find hardly any restaurant who doesn't serve chole. And the combination of Chole bhature is quite a popular dish in North-India. During my stay in Delhi , i used to enjoy a lot this dish at Haldiram…

Gulkand kalakand

The purnima (full moon day) of this auspicious month of Shravan is considered even more sacred among . Today it is celebrated as coconut festival or Narali poornima by the fishermen community who offer coconut to appease the fury of the…
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