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Priya Kumar
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From IT profession to cooking-https://code2cook.blogspot.in
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Paneer Paratha | Stuffed Cottage Cheese Paratha
This is my old blog content.. nice to read it... So many changes happened now :). "Paratha/flatbread is our all time favorite and we make different types of parathas/flatbread. One of them is paneer paratha/cottage cheese flatbread which is my husband's fav...
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Gobhi Paratha | Stuffed Cauliflower Flatbread | Breakfast From Uttar Pradesh
Stuffed parathas/flatbread are a specialty in north India. It is one of the breakfast items which cooked more than once in a week in UP with different fillings. Stuffed parathas/flatbread are served with curd or raita or pickle and dollop of butter on top o...
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Tri-Color Dhokla A Popular Gujarati Steamed Snack Recipe | How To Make Tiranga Dhokla
Again I am sharing a delicious snack from Gujarat named as Dhokla. Steamed & spongy snack, tempered with mustard seeds and sesame seeds, this delightful dish is so simple to make. Since this is steamed version so it is healthy as well, you can avoid oil tem...
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Lauki Nu Muthia or lauki muthia is a popular Gujarati tea time snack, which is less oil but very tasty and nutritious. Muthi means fist, this snack is named as muthia because we have to shape them in a cylindrical shape with the help of fist. This is a very healthy snack as it is steamed. You can make them fry as well if needed.
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Gujarati Snack Lauki Nu Muthia Recipe | How To Make Doodhi Na Muthia | Healthy And Steamed Bottlegourd Dumplings (Lauki Ki Muthia)
Lauki Nu Muthia or lauki muthia is a popular Gujarati tea time snack, which is less oil but very tasty and nutritious. Muthi means fist, this snack is named as muthia because we have to shape them in a cylindrical shape with the help of fist. This is a very...
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Ragi is a rich source of fiber, calcium, and iron. When it is consumed it is considered to be a great food for weight control, diabetes and cooling the body. Ragi is also gluten-free and highly suitable for those who are lactose intolerant. Today I am showcasing a Gujarati snack "Dhokla" in a new avatar. Ragi dhokla, a very simple snack to make and oil free as it is steam cooked. So let us see how to make steamed Ragi Rava Dhokla.
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Instant Ragi Rava Dhokla Recipe | Steamed Finger Millet Dhokla
How To make Soft Spongy Ragi Rava Dhokla (Steamed Finger Millet Dhokla) Ragi is a rich source of fiber, calcium, and iron. When it is consumed it is considered to be a great food for weight control, diabetes and cooling the body. Ragi is also gluten-free an...
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Being born in north India I always witnessed parathas/flatbreads in breakfast items or sometimes in lunch/dinner in order to keep it simple. There we have a variety of parathas, you name it and I will make it. You can check my paratha/flatbread listed.

Generally, I love coriander chutney more than mint. Mint always go waste as I don't use it on time. So now I use it in two ways, first I make it dry and grind it to a fine powder which can be used in raita or biryani, later on, second I use in parathas/flatbreads. Here is my version of making mint flatbread or pudina laccha paratha. Now to make flatbread either you can make like chapati or like laccha paratha/spiral flatbread.
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Aromatic And Flavorful Pudina Laccha Paratha Recipe | How To Make Mint Flatbread
Prepare This Aromatic And Flavorful Pudina Laccha Paratha In Breakfast Being born in north India I always witnessed parathas/flatbreads in breakfast items or sometimes in lunch/dinner in order to keep it simple. There we have a variety of parathas, you name...
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I loved this combination of chikki/brittle bar and everybody whoever tasted it enjoyed having it. This is again very simple recipe using jaggery syrup, We keep preparing this at home throughout the year as there is no harm in consuming it as it has less quantity of til/sesame seeds. Sesame seeds having warm property and consuming them in summer cam harm. So to savor this sweet I needed them in moderation. So without any further delay let us look at the recipe detail.
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