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  Kathi rolls originated in kokatta and it is basically street food. Originally Parathas or Indian bread coated with egg  are stuffed with kebabs. Over the years it has evolved and now any stuffing in Indian bread is called a kathi roll. Roti is generally an Indian bread made out   Read More ...

An upside down cake is baked in a single pan and turned over and served upside down. Fruits usually used are apples, cherries, pineapple, oranges. Bottom topping consists of sugar and butter, on top of that fruits are kept and then batter is poured on top of the fruits. This   Read More ...

Categories: CAKES, DESSERTS

Whole wheat kernels are crushed or cut into  small pieces. Cracked wheat, dalia, bulgar, lapsi or broken wheat are the free names given to this form of wheat. This is processed into fine size, medium size or large size. Cracked wheat is a good source of manganese, iron, phosphorus and   Read More ...

Categories: breakfast

Shrikhand is a desert made from hung yogurt. It is a popular desert of Gujrat and Maharashtra in India. In Gujrat it is eaten with breads ( poori) and is served in vegetarian thali. This dish is very easy to prepare. Shrikhand is made from hung yogurt. Yogurt is tied   Read More ...

Categories: breakfast, DESSERTS

Soya chunks are highly nutritional and full of rich proteins, calcium and iron. They are odorless and tasteless. For vegans it is a meat substitute. Soya chunks ae made from soy beans. They are used in soups, strew, masala dishes, salads etc. They come in the form of regular chunks, mini   Read More ...

Categories: Rice recipes, veg

This dish is made in southern India and there is a particular utensil to make this dish. There are two types of paniyaram – one is the sweet one and other the salty one. It is crisp from outside and soft from inside. They are gluten free. This dish is   Read More ...

Eggs are among one of the healthiest and nutritious food. They are consumed all over the world and is a rich source of protein. Egg whites contains almost no fat and the carbohydrate content is less than 1% , unlike the yolk which is high in fats. Soya chunks are highly nutritional   Read More ...

Categories: non veg, Rice recipes

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