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Macaroni in a mediterranean style
This quick macaroni dish can be had as a snack with evening tea or can be packed for lunch by young and old alike.
Basic masala for preparing Mutton nihari
This masala can be prepared in advance and can also be used to make any veg. or non-veg. recipes. For more quantity double the ingredients.
Mutton cooked in spinach gravy
A simple and easy version of Palak Mutton.
It is a spicy semi-dry preparation of parwal cooked with mutton mince.
Instead of stuffing the keema in the parwals, as we do in potoler dorma, I tried out this way. It came out very well. Have it with naan/chapatti. For veg. version, you can use soya granules, mushrooms or rice.
Bored with the usual Broccoli Soup or salad. Try this recipe. I made this in Andhra style. A dry preparation, can be had with chapattis.
It is a vegetarian version of the famous Goan recipe. I tried it with mushroom and it turned out good. Perfect as a side dish with chapattis or with rice, especially vegetable Biryani.
It is a traditional sweet, usually prepared during festivals.
Low fat & nutritious
Is is a meal in itself. It is perfect for young and old alike and also for the weight watchers.
Potatoes in poppy seeds gravy
Authentic Bengali cuisine and a very popular one too.
It is very tasty and surprisingly simple to make. Do give it a try.