Vietnamese (Veg & Chicken) Spring rolls are very crunchy and good for health. It can also be a great dish when on diet. Ingredients: Rice paper wrapper (2 ) Glass noodles (10 gm) Ice burg lettuce (20 gm) Shredded cucumber (30 gm) Shredded carrot (20 gm) Beans sprout (20 gm) Shredded capsicum (10 gm) Mint and coriander (sprigs) Black mushroom (10
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The hardest thing on earth for a mother is making her kid get up early in the morning and the other difficult part is making her kid EAT mainly vegetables! Well, keeping this in mind I have a good news for every mother. This time I have with me the most delicious and most spicy
Modak is a Maharashtrian sacred recipe and is specially made for Lord Ganesha. During the festival of Ganesh Chaturti, this recipe is made in every home in Maharashtra. Mrs. Hema Wane, who is a working professional and a housewife gave this recipe on how to make a Modak. Ingredients: Rice Flour(1 cup) Water (1 cup) Grated
Ingredients: Peanuts (1 cup, roasted) Sugar (1 tbsp) Banana (1, ripe) Bread (2 slice) Butter (1 tbsp) Method: To make peanut butter Grind peanut and sugar in a grinder will it become a paste, to form a peanut butter. To make peanut-butter banana sandwich Mash banana and keep it aside. Toast both the bread
With the seasons changing and the summer advancing, the markets are flooded with raw mangoes these days. While I am eagerly waiting for the ripe mango to hit the market, I remembered some of the recipes that were made by my mom during summer. Summer would mean an endless variety of dishes made with mango.
For the past few days, I have been attending the cooking demonstrations being held at the Hyderabad Marriott Hotel and Convention Center. Apart from some easy recipes, I have also picked up some easy tips and tricks. While I have also featured tomato chutney in the past on my blog, this recipe is a different for
Nutri Roti is a preparation of Indian bread (Roti) which is made of multi-grain flour. It is very nutritious and rich in protein and carbohydrates. A wonderful recipe contributed by Vidya lakshimi. If you have any recipes and would like to share it with the world, click here. Ingredients: 1/2 Cup Aashirvaad Multigrain Atta or