Cheese Garlic Bread–Quick and Easy

23. December 2011

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Cheese Garlic Bread–Quick and Easy

Tweet In this quick and easy recipe, I will share a recipe with you to make Cheese Garlic Breads, just the way you have in your favorite restaurants! Ingredients 1 large Italian or French bread split into 10 slices Softened Butter Spread (1/3 cup) 1 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese 3 crushed garlic cloves 3/4 [...]

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18. December 2011

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Awesome Chicken Fry Recipe

Tweet This weekend, my kids demanded chicken fry! My mother has an excellent recipe for chicken fry which I inherited and am now sharing with my readers at Foodatarian! Hope you all like it. Ingredients 900 gm Chicken boneless 1 medium Onion 1 Bay leaf 5 Cloves 5 Cardamom 1 inch Cinnamon 5-6 Clove flakes [...]

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Sour Cream Fruit Dip Recipe – Ready in 5 minutes and Kids Love it

8. December 2011

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Sour Cream Fruit Dip Recipe – Ready in 5 minutes and Kids Love it

Tweet Kids and even adults love fruits served with a gooey, sweetened cream. It’s called a Fruit Dip and it can be made very easily. Ingredients: 1 3/4 cups sour cream 1 cup whipped topping 3 1/2 (3.5) tablespoon sugar (I prefer brown sugar) 1 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg. You can even use [...]

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Egg and Lettuce Salad Recipe

3. December 2011

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Egg and Lettuce Salad Recipe

Tweet Today I will share a very simple Egg and Lettuce Salad recipe that takes less than 15 minutes to prepare. Egg Lettuce Salads is one of the easiest salads to make, whenever you have some extra eggs in your fridge (like around Easter or Christmas). Ingredients: 4 eggs 50 gms of lettuce leaves 1 [...]

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Ridge Gourd Peel Chutney Recipe

17. March 2011

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Ridge Gourd Peel Chutney Recipe

Tweet As a child, I hated the ridge gourd vegetable and so my Aai (mom) used to make this chutney from the peels of the ridge gourd and make me eat the vegetable along with the chutney. We tend to throw away the peels of many vegetables when they have the most nutritional value. So [...]

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23. December 2011

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Cheese Garlic Bread–Quick and Easy

Cheese Garlic Bread–Quick and Easy

Tweet In this quick and easy recipe, I will share a recipe with you to make Cheese Garlic Breads, just the way you have in your favorite restaurants! Ingredients 1 large Italian or French bread split into 10 slices Softened Butter Spread (1/3 cup) 1 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese 3 crushed garlic cloves 3/4 [...]

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18. December 2011

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Awesome Chicken Fry Recipe

Tweet This weekend, my kids demanded chicken fry! My mother has an excellent recipe for chicken fry which I inherited and am now sharing with my readers at Foodatarian! Hope you all like it. Ingredients 900 gm Chicken boneless 1 medium Onion 1 Bay leaf 5 Cloves 5 Cardamom 1 inch Cinnamon 5-6 Clove flakes [...]

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8. December 2011

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Sour Cream Fruit Dip Recipe – Ready in 5 minutes and Kids Love it

Sour Cream Fruit Dip Recipe – Ready in 5 minutes and Kids Love it

Tweet Kids and even adults love fruits served with a gooey, sweetened cream. It’s called a Fruit Dip and it can be made very easily. Ingredients: 1 3/4 cups sour cream 1 cup whipped topping 3 1/2 (3.5) tablespoon sugar (I prefer brown sugar) 1 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg. You can even use [...]

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3. December 2011

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Egg and Lettuce Salad Recipe

Egg and Lettuce Salad Recipe

Tweet Today I will share a very simple Egg and Lettuce Salad recipe that takes less than 15 minutes to prepare. Egg Lettuce Salads is one of the easiest salads to make, whenever you have some extra eggs in your fridge (like around Easter or Christmas). Ingredients: 4 eggs 50 gms of lettuce leaves 1 [...]

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17. March 2011

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Ridge Gourd Peel Chutney Recipe

Ridge Gourd Peel Chutney Recipe

Tweet As a child, I hated the ridge gourd vegetable and so my Aai (mom) used to make this chutney from the peels of the ridge gourd and make me eat the vegetable along with the chutney. We tend to throw away the peels of many vegetables when they have the most nutritional value. So [...]

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5. March 2011

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Semiya/Vermicelli Upma

Semiya/Vermicelli Upma

Tweet Vermicelli Upma or Semiya Upma is made out of vermicelli/sevaiyan we use to make kheer. It is seasoned with onions, peppers, chillies and salt and forms an excellent breakfast or snack. Ingredients: 200 gms semiya or vermicelli (roasted or non-roasted), 1 large onion, chopped, 1 small red pepper; deseeded, halved and sliced, 1 small [...]

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2. March 2011

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Freezing Green Peas

Freezing Green Peas

Tweet Fresh green peas are available in plenty during the winter season in India. Well you can buy frozen green peas from grocery stores any time of the year, but while freezing green peas at home you can make sure of the quality and hygiene plus is also cost effective. My mother does this for [...]

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27. February 2011

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Pasta in Creamy Tomato Sauce

Pasta in Creamy Tomato Sauce

Tweet What could be on your mind after you get back home from a long tiring day of work, apart from hitting your bed? I would want to cook something in few minutes and wrap up my kitchen. And this recipe is exactly the one you can prepare in few minutes and is effortless. Ingredients: [...]

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21. February 2011

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Vegetable Manchurian

Vegetable Manchurian

Tweet I was visiting my in-laws and had some guests over for dinner. We were around 15 people and I and my mom-in-law were cooking. We decided to prepare 2 types of chicken curries and 2 types of vegetarian gravies, along with a fresh green salad, rotis, meat biryani and Trifle pudding as dessert. One [...]

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18. February 2011

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Besan Laddoo (Method II)

Besan Laddoo (Method II)

Tweet My father-in-law loves sweets but is highly conscious about ghee and sugar. He insisted me to make Besan ke Laddoo and asked if they could be made with less ghee and sugar. This is my mother-in-law’s recipe. The original recipe calls for a 2:1:1 ratio of gram flour, ghee and sugar, but as I [...]

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