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How to Make Soft Chapati | Soft Chapati Recipe

By: Priya Santhamohan | 5 Comments | | Category: Dinner | Tags : , , , , ,

Soft Chapati Recipe

How to make soft chapati / soft chapati recipe is a biggest worry to all beginners in kitchen and even bachelors. As people have become more health conscious nowadays and chapati have become a staple food everywhere, making soft chapati is really a big challenge. But there are little tricks... more

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Vegetable Biriyani Recipe | Veg Biryani Recipe

By: Priya Santhamohan | 6 Comments | | Category: Dinner, Lunch | Tags : , , , , ,

Veg Biryani Recipe

Vegetable Biriyani Recipe / Veg Biryani Recipe is my all time favourite. Though there are so many biryani varieties, this is the staple method prepared by me, all through these years and this is my mom’s signature recipe. This biryani taste so delicious with the flavour of coconut milk and... more

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Paneer Butter Masala Recipe | Easy Paneer Butter Masala

By: Priya Santhamohan | 3 Comments | | Category: Dinner, Sidedish | Tags : , , ,

Paneer Butter Masala Recipe

This paneer butter masala recipe / Easy paneer butter masala is prepared with grinded onions, tomatoes, cashews, some spice powders, butter and paneer the main ingredient. I think no introduction is needed for this dish. This gravy is not at all complicated and I have made it so many times... more

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Kaima Parotta Recipe | Hotel Style Kaima Parotta

By: Priya Santhamohan | 0 Comments | | Category: Dinner | Tags : ,

Kaima Parotta Recipe 1

This kaima parotta recipe is so famous in South India that we can see this dish in menu cards of almost all restaurants. It is different from chilli parotta or kothu parotta as this dish is loaded with lot of veggies. For this hotel style kaima parotta, onions, tomato, veggies... more

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Chilli Idli Recipe | Chilli Idli Fry Recipe

By: Priya Santhamohan | 0 Comments | | Category: Dinner, Easy Dinner Recipes, Idli | Tags : ,

Chilli Idli Recipe

Chilli idli fry recipe is a merge of Indo-Chinese cuisine. Idli’s are cut into cubes, deep fried in oil, tossed with onion, capsicum and some sauces. If you don’t prefer deep frying, the idli’s can be shallow fried, but the original recipe calls for deep frying. Kids who hate to... more

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