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Ch INGREDIENTS Chicken legs chopped 4 Onion medium 2 Tomatoes 3 Ginger garlic paste 2 tsp Curd 2 tbsp Coriander powder 1 tbsp Cumin powder 1/2 tsp Fennel powder 1/2 tsp Garam masala powder 2 tsp chilli powder 2-4 tsp Salt to taste Oil 2-3 tbsp METHOD In a large   Read More ...

This chicken recipe is very easy and delicious, all you need is to have some masalas. The masalas usually are prepared at my home. Homemade masalas don’t have preservatives. Cumin, coriander seeds, chillies are rinsed and dried out in the sun and powdered in a blender. I prepare small batches   Read More ...

In this recipe eggs are cooked in a paste of onion and tomatoes, masalas are added and finally simmered and cooked in coconut milk and cashew paste. Eggs have lot of nutritional benefits and are super health foods. They are consumed all over the world and is a rich source   Read More ...

Bhatti ka murg is an authentic punjabi chicken dish and literally means chicken from the kiln. Traditionally cooked in tandoor or clay ovens it has a rustic and delicious taste. It is a delicious starter and is loved by chicken lovers all over the globe. Chicken is considered to be   Read More ...

Green mushroom curry is my own creation. Mint, coriander leaves and green chillies give a green colour to the curry so hence I named it green mushroom curry. It goes well with roti, naan, parotta, idiyappam. Mushrooms are not vegetables but they provide several important nutrients. To get the nutritional   Read More ...

To get the nutritional benefit of mushroom it has to be cooked. It’s a good source of calcium, fiber, selenium, protein, iron, vitamin C, vitamin D, potassium and phosphorus. It’s low in calories, helps in fighting cancer, boosts immune system and prevents heart disease. Button mushroom is the most common variety   Read More ...

Eggs have lot of nutritional benefits and are super health foods. They are consumed all over the world and is a rich source of protein. Eggs can be prepared in many ways, they are poached, fried, scrambled or boiled. The whites are rich sources of selenium, Vitamin D, B6, B 12   Read More ...

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