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Ingredients: Veg Pulao 3 cups fine cooked rice 2 tbsp vegetable (olive)/white oil   2 tbsp butter 1 tbsp cumin seeds 2 tbsp grated ginger 1 tbsp fennel seeds 1 tbsp chopped garlic 1 big chopped onion 1 cup red and green chopped capsicum 2-3 chopped tomatoes 1/2(half) cups green peas 3-4 chopped green chills 1 tbsp garam masala ( green cardamon, clove, cinnamon stick) dry roast powder 1/2(…)

Paneer (Cheese) Rezala Ingredients: 300 gm paneer (cheese) cut into 1/2″ cube pieces 1 large onion paste 1 cup milk 4 tbsp  ghee/ white oil 2 tbsp cashew nut paste 1 tbsp poppy seeds paste 2-3 green cardamom 2-3 cloves 1-2 cinnamon stick 1 pics dry red chilli 7-8 black pepper (crushed) 2 tbsp sugar 1 tbsp(…)

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Happy weekend! These summer weeks are just flying by, aren’t they?! Here we are in the middle of July and I still haven’t had any local soft serve or gone miniature golfing. I need to remedy that soon! I have a rather laid-back weekend planned; I think a peach pie will be in the works(…)

Pinterest’s Best Recipe Pinners 2013

  Ree Drummond | The Pioneer Woman   Pin It

Pinterest: A recipe box for the 21st Century

In your Grandmother’s kitchen you will still find a recipe box that is packed with 3 by 5 cards of a lifetime of scribbled down recipes. Today, these recipe boxes are replaced by Pinterest, the fast growing social media site. Pinterest is a virtual pinboard that is a perfect vehicle for storing family keepsake recipes. Foodies(…)

Fragrant, steamed jasmine rice is good—but jasmine rice made with coconut milk and fresh ginger is even better! This is a great side dish for Asian-themed meals, and could even be paired with some Caribbean and Latin American dishes. It’s super easy to make and a step up from plain ol’ rice. Garnish with chopped cilantro if(…)

I was blasting down a steep windy trail over the rock gardens and roots – rocks ricocheting off of my shiny, barely used Target “tricycle.” I was holding on for dear life, in fact so tight that my hands were starting to go numb and turn white from gripping the brakes too tightly. As I(…)

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