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Methi leaf Roti

    Methi leaf’…a familiar Indian household green leafy vegetable. Nutritious green to normalize sugar in your system…Reduces triglycerides and a good heart health tonic…good for skin and hair and immune system…and inflammation of any…

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Spicy Veg Stew

To go with puttu An authentic Kerala dish…we all like stew to go with appam, puttu or any Indian roties…Normally we prefer the non-veg stew whether it is mutton or chicken…even beef…Here I made spicy vegetable stew with potato, carrot and I had broccoli and added that also and this came out delicious…

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Kozhukkatta in coconut milk

This dish I made during Vinayak Chathurthi The same dish I made during Ganesh Chathurthi..But there I used milk and sugar instead of coconut milk and jaggery…here I used palm sugar to make it more healthier..A guilt-free dessert that can be enjoyed without your conscience pricking…

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Shallot Sambar

To go with rice, idly and dosa A delicious sambar recipe where we use pearl onion instead of vegetables…and quite delicious side dish…It goes very well with rice and any South Indian main dish like rice, dosa, idly or vada …Shallots contain Iron and multivitamin, fibre and protein,..Has got good healing power…

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Paneer Butter Masala

To go with rice, paratha, naan or roties. Elaborate cooking is not my cup of tea…Wanted to do something different with paneer…was searching for different styles and then the recipe posted by Bharat was so tempting and tried this dhaba style ( supposed to be) paneer masala by bharatzkitchen…I do not know if this is the exact replica…still was very tasty and look wise very tempting….

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Chicken Clear Soup (Broth)

An ultimate comfort drink to nullify the ailments of stomach and sinus infection…Taste-wise also very comforting…kids also are going to love this when you add in some cooked pasta or noodles…Here I made plain clear soup…This is usually made with chicken bones…but add some chicken mince and you get something to bite when having the soup…Have with toasted bread slices…This is my mom’s recipe where she never used any garam masala… If you want to avoid ghee, can omit adding fried shallots and serve as is. Add the favourite vegetables of your choice to enhance nutritional benefits.

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Diamond Cuts( the authentic sweet of Malabar)

The crispy crunchy sweet made of maida…this sweet we usually used to make at home and store so when guests come suddenly without warning we could proudly present our homemade sweet dish…Those days getting instant snacks from close-by shops was difficult, as mostly shops will not keep snacks much unlike now..Nothing to beat this delicacy…and always fresh and crispy..

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Egg Biryani (one-pot meal)

A one-pot meal that we all love..As I said before, in Malabar you get the tastiest biryani…We make it mild with just enough spiciness..meat, egg or vegetables can be used..but meat biryani is the all time favourite of people..Since I did not want to make rice and different side dishes to go with rice, eggs came in handy…then the idea of making egg biryani struck me…the masala gives the authentic biryani flavour whether it is veg, meat or egg…This is always a hit…Have it with raitha and any side dish of your choice..

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