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With all the recent trending towards millets, I did some research and consulted several sources on what's best. The information was scattered all over and I have collated in a single document everything that I wanted to know at a glance. Hope this is helpful.
Disclaimer: The sources for the various data points are in the image, and not made up by me πŸ™‚

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Swetha ShankaranThank you.

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Saradha VakkadaThank you for good work! Very useful in comparing all these mullets.

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Vidya HarnalThank you

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Payal JaniGreat

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Preethi BoredaNice

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Ana SureshVery helpful. Thanks

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Devi ParvatiNice πŸ‘πŸΌ . A suggestion add 2 columns for GI index and glycemic index

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Srilatha RajagopalThanks everyone!

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Ramya SankarThanks Srilatha, for this wonderful compilation. I understand except for fiber content and protein being high in two of the millet variety, rice is holding its own position quite nicely. Being south Indian, can't really completely replace rice. I can say I have been made to feel guilty many a times for not moving over to millets and quinoa. We always come back to good old rice. I will print this out and give it a esteemed position on my fridge door now. To shut all the naysayers!πŸ˜€πŸ˜‰

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Perfect lazy Sunday Lunch πŸ™‚
Set n forget slow cooker Mutton Bhuna Masala served with Rainbow Beans salad and steam rice. Along with this made Barbeque Chicken tandoori for my son .
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Aayioo kuch din aisa lag raha mai rice expert ho gayi hu 😜😜😜😜😜

To aaj ka dinner πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€
Mix veg masala rice
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Shweta Jayant SengarYippee again 1st me πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

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Priya Vora VyasDelicious 😍

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Samreen Memonooo wowww meri dost to hy he excepert for all food not only rice lovly yummmm looking hy 1 dam mast

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Wamique ShaikhPardesh jaa kar rice expert ho gayi ho.....😜

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Wamique ShaikhBut its delecious.....πŸ˜‹

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Supriya Nikhil DeokuleLooks so yummy... recipe pls

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Usual weekend life of bachelors at on-site- we plan for lunch at anyone's place... This time it was my house..

Me and my flatmate prepared this today..
- Started with Oreo Ice cream
- Appetizer- Vada, onion bhajji, coconut chutney
- Main course- Veggie pulao, Chole and Spinach poori
- Sweet- Rava Laddos
- Ended with Oreo ice cream

Except ice cream everything was made at homeπŸ˜€
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Sangita Pattanaikwow Ekta....all the food looks so yummyπŸ‘Œ

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Eid Mubarak 😍😍😍...

Alphabets : chappathi
Star : Chappathi
Moon : Chappathi
Moon on top of the masjid : Prawns
Star on top of the masjid : strawberry
Masjid side building - chappathi
Masjid middle building - rice
Door on the middle building - Strawberry
Door on the side buildings- blackberry
Windows on the side buildings- strawberry
Light bulbs - corn + green peas
Tree - Broccoli
Stones - Grapes
Steps - chicken and pappad
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Janaki PriyaWoww...Amazing😍

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Priyank GuptaNever seen such a beautiful plating ...

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Renu Kochhar NagrathWoww..you always leave me speachless πŸ™‚πŸ™‚

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Prajakta Patkar ShetyeWow!!!! This is the best of the best work of urs! All the details made so perfect & to the point! Ur an amazing food artist!

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Juhi Raghav KhankaSo amazing πŸ˜πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘πŸ‘

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Chhaayaa Bhavna UtvaniAmazing yaar Sindhu ji..........you always make us all speach less.........love you posts......they are alwaysmind blowing.....

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Akanksha Ritesh MongiaThis is super fabulousπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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Surekha SinghWow superb

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Rekha Bahedia ShahEid Mubarak πŸŒ™πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

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Prasanna HedeSuperb!

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Suman KhannaU r amazing n your creativity is just Wao... Too good for words.. Fab! Eid Mubarak !

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Suhasini DasariBeautiful wishes of EidSindhu....Wishes to Everyone .πŸŽŠπŸ“¦βœ¨πŸŒŸπŸ’«πŸ’ŽπŸŒΈ

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Neha KaurEid Mubarak ... Creatively

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Shazia Choudhary Metkarlovely

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Padma RanjeetWow woww wowww..isha simply awwsum..pl share d pulao recipe

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Preeti Sinha TyagiLooks lovely. Do share pulao recipe if possible. Thanks

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Vijaya RaghuvanshiI also fond of methi muttur pulav ,hatts to sas bahu jodi

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Deepali Vedruk ChauguleCombination looks so yummy....my favourite

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Kalpa KrishnanYum.

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Preeti Trivedi DoddamaniYummy share the recepie

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Bindia SrivastavaSupb Isha mouth watering dish πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹

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Payal Saigal ChowdhryFirstπŸ’ƒπŸ»

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Pratibha MadanRelish the ,delish!

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Rita Naik GorakshaYummy πŸ˜‹ I hv also made today will post later

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Priya ManiYum

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Rupa SunilOhhh same pinch. Made same tday for lunch

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Mannu KaurAap ko yaad. Karte. H aap ki post aa gayi ver nice awsome

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Vibhuti NegiJust love it....😚😚😚

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Janaki PriyaDelicious 😊

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Nitin PanwarFeeling Hungry πŸ˜‹ πŸ˜‹... Recipe plz. ..

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Shernaz RamanathDelicious Madhuri

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Nishu PunjabiWow yummy

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Quinoa, Oats And Lentil Dhokla!
Airy, soft and spongy just like our regular White dhokla!! Packed with protein. 😍😍😍😍 No Rice. Diabetic friendly breakfast recipe.
Recipe link http://marinad.es/2X0Y1C0b2Y3j
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Dhwani MehtaRecipe link Recipe link marinad.es/2X0Y1C0b2Y3j

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Sushma Balasubramaniansounds so delicious and healthy

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Freda Sera DiasWow! Awesome !!

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Dhwani DedhiyaThis looks sO yummy and healthy too. My normal dhokla also doesn't turn out as per expectation.....☹️

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Shreya Ashish TiwariLooks awesome

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Janaki PriyaThey look super delicious!!😍

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Gloria JenniferAwesome ya..saving this 😍

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Jaina MehtaInteresting! And it's a beautiful click πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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Pappu GuptaOMG😍😍looks awesome πŸ‘Œqayamati dhokle😁😁

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Prasanna Hedesuperb!

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Sujata RoyHealthy and yummy

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Chanda AdvaniWowwwww Unique

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Ramya SambandamInnovative & Healthy 😍

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Shibani HotaVisual treat

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Indu SharmaHealthy

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Aditi ChakrabortyLoved how porus they are

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Shakun ShahHv to try

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Mina ShahYummy

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Juhi Raghav KhankaLooks delicious and so healthy too πŸ˜πŸ‘Œ

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Ruchiajay Mahanthealthy and yummy

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Poonam MongiaWill make it soon.. sounds very healthy!

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Shakun ShahTried this recipe . Dokla came excellent . Added some lemon juice for sourness. Loved it . Thank u for the recipe Dwani Mehta

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Soniya SalujaLove it!!

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Eid Mubarak to all!!!

Here comes my first post for Eid! Fitni Pulao

Fitni Pulao is one of those dishes which you would love to indulge in once in a while.

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Hyderabadi Veg Dum Biryani Recipe | Hyderabadi Dum Biryani

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I think no intro is needed for this world famous Hyderabadi Dum Biryani. It is considered as the royal food of Hyderabad nizams and it is a fusion of Mughalai and Iranian cuisine. Don’t let back by just peeping into the ingredients list, I have shared the detailed step by step pictures along with video for preparing this Hyderabadi Veg Dum Biryani recipe. The time consuming part is the dum process but it gives an exotic and unique flavour to the dish. The variety of Indian spices, generous amount of ghee, fried onions and the dum process used here gives an irresistible aroma and takes you to the festive mood.

Recipe Cuisine: Hyderabadi ,South Indian
Recipe Category: Main Course
Preparation + Cooking Time : 1 hour 15 Mins
Serves : 3 to 4

For Cooking Basmati Rice
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Basmati Rice – 1.5 cups
Water – 5 to 6 cups
Cinnamon – 1β€³ Piece
Cardamom – 5
Cloves – 5
Pepper Corns – 5
Bay Leaf – 1
Salt – 1/2 tsp
Oil – 2 tsp

For Frying Onions
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Onion – 2 (Thinly sliced)
Oil / Ghee – 2 tbsp
Veggies required for Gravy
Potato – 1
Carrot – 1
Beans – 10
Green Peas – 1 Fistful
Cauliflower – 1/4 Cup
Tomato – 1 (optional)

For Gravy
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Ghee – 1/4 cup
Jeera / Shahi Jeera – 1 tsp
Cinnamon – 1β€³ piece
Cardamom – 5
Cloves – 5
Bay Leaf – 1
Star Anise – 1
Cashew – 10
Ginger Garlic Paste – 1 tbsp
Green chilli – 2
Turmeric Powder – 1/8 tsp
Chilli Powder – 2 tsp
Salt – As Required
Curd – 1 Cup
Mint Leaves – 10

For Assembling / Layering
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Coriander Leaves – 1 / 4 cup
Mint Leaves – 1/4 cup
Milk – 1 /4 cup
Saffron – 1/4 tsp
Lemon Juice – 1 tbsp
Fried Onions

Method
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1. For Cooking Basmati Rice: Rinse the rice well in water for 2 to 3 times, till the water runs clear. Soak it in water for 30 minutes and drain the water.

2. Roll boil water in a pan and add all the spices, mentioned in the table β€˜For cooking basmati riceβ€˜. Then add salt and oil.

3. Now add rice and cook till the rice grains are 3/4th cooked (parboiled only). Drain the water and spread the rice in a plate. Allow it to cool and gently fluff it with a fork. Keep it by side.

4. Soak saffron in warm milk and slice the onions lengthwise. Get ready with other ingredients required for gravy. Peel the skin of potato, carrot and chop all the veggies little bigger.

5. Pour the curd in a bowl and whisk a little. Also clean coriander leaves and mint leaves required for layering biryani.

6. For Frying Onions: In a heavy bottomed pan, pour ghee/oil and once it turns hot add onions and cashews. Fry till golden brown and crispy. Then reserve little onions and cashew required for layering biryani.

7. For Gravy: Now pour ghee, add jeera, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, bay leaf and star anise. Add ginger garlic paste, chopped veggies and saute for 2 minutes, till raw smell leaves. Then add turmeric powder and chilli powder.

8. Now add salt and curd. Cover it with a lid and cook for 6 to 7 minutes in medium flame.

9. Don’t overcook the veggies, it should retain crunchiness that is half cooked only. Then add mint leaves and give a gentle mix. For Layering / Assembling: spread the rice evenly over the gravy.

10. Sprinkle with coriander and mint leaves. Pour saffron milk uniformly, add fried onions and cashews.

11. Finally squeeze lemon juice over the rice. If doing in large quantity, repeat the same with layering. For Dum: Heat a heavy bottomed tava/tawa and place the pan over the tawa. Seal it with a aluminium foil and cover it with a lid tightly. Cook for 15 mins in low flame and switch off flame. Give a standing time of 10 mins and give a very gentle mix with a fork.

Serve this Hyderabadi dum biryani with onion raitha.
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EID SPECIAL RECIPE

CHICKEN KABSA
A very tasty and flavorful rice dish with chicken to serve for Eid
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MY EID DINE (AN OLD PIC)

1. Special Mutton Biryani http://sanaasrecipes.com/recipe-categories/…

2. Garlic Chicken Macaroni http://sanaasrecipes.com/recipe-categories/…

3. Chicken Fried Rice http://sanaasrecipes.com/recipe-categories/…

4. Chilli Mutton http://sanaasrecipes.com/recipe-categories/…

5. Gulab Jamun http://sanaasrecipes.com/recipe-categories/…

6. Rasmalai http://sanaasrecipes.com/recipe-categories/…

7. Mini Strawberry and Chocolate Party Cake http://sanaasrecipes.com/recipe-categories/…

8. Dulce De Leche - Hazel nut Cheesecake http://sanaasrecipes.com/recipe-categories/…
9.. Banoffee Pie http://sanaasrecipes.com/recipe-categories/…

10. Kisses Cheesecake (recipe to be added)
11. Almond Cheesecake (recipe to be added)
12. Chocolate - Strawberry Cheesecake (recipe to be added)
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Noor FathimaVery beautifully arranged mashallah

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Janani SaraUr recipies r awesome..ur family must be blessed..πŸ‘πŸ‘Œ

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Hajira NizamudeenMashaAllah TabarakAllah Professional arrangement Awesome

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Fouzia FakhrudeenAnyone veg biryani resipi pl

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Have you started your preparations for Eid? What's on your menu?? Well, here is a recipe with step-wise illustration to help you learn how to make Malabar Style Mutton Biryani.
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Shorshe Mangsho Bhaapa....
This a very popular dish of Bengal usually made with different types of fishes. Here I have made it with mutton and cooked it in a bit different way. First the mutton has to be marinated well for 4 to 5 hours and then it has to be half cooked in a pressure cooker and again cooked with mustard paste, mustard oil, salt, turmeric powder and green chillies till it is tender. It taste delicious with hot steamed rice.
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NEW POST: Brinjal Capsicum Masala..A delicious sidedish for rice or roti..STEP BY STEP PICTURES INSIDE THE LINK..

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Halu payasa | Rice kheer | Pal payasam | Halu paramanna | Ksheeranna - It is believed that this payasa or kheer is much loved by goddess Durga. Read the recipe at: vegrecipesofkarnataka.com/166...

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Kerala Mutton Stew.
Posting this recipe on request by some members.

Mutton - 2 kgs, on bone,
Onions - 2, finely sliced
Ginger - 1" piece, julienned
Bay leaf - 3
Cinnamon - 4 pcs
Cloves - 10
Peppercorns - 15
Turmeric pwd - 1/4 tsp
Green chillies - 3
Potatoes - 2, med cubed
Cauliflower - 1, small in florets
French beans - 150 gms into 1" pcs
Carrots - 3, cubed
Peas - 1/2, cup
Coconut milk - 2 cups
Vinegar - 4 tblsp
Salt to taste
Oil - 4-5 tblsp
Heat oil in a pressure cooker and add bay leaves, Cinnamon, cloves and peppercorns. When they splutter, add the onions and ginger and saute for 4-5 minutes. Do not brown. Add turmeric pwd and salt and fry for a minute. Now add the mutton pieces and fry well. Add sufficient water and allow the mutton to cook, about 4 whistles. Open the cooker when cool. Check to see if the mutton is cooked. Add all the vegetables, green chillies and coconut milk and cook till vegetables are just about done. Add the vinegar n cook for a minute. Switch off flame and serve with Appams/Sannas/Rice.
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Shyla RajuDelicious goes very well with Appams

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Charlie JahansLooks very yummy

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Karthik Karthik RMmmmmmmmmmmmm πŸ˜›πŸ˜›πŸ˜›πŸ˜›πŸ˜›πŸ˜›πŸ˜›

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Dheeraj PremrajMaybe your version. Definitely not ' Kerala mutton stew'.

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Fergus MisquittaEnjoyed this once in Cochin marvellous

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Brenda KennethπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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Fay KellyVery good Anglo Indian stew - delicious

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Alsene GibbsYummmymmmy - thank you Meg, shall try your recipe! πŸ‘

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Jakki GrahameLip-smacking good , I love the stew ! Thank you hon I must try this, it looks awesome !

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Petit MariusJust like Mom used to make, minus the coconut milk.

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Bob Kiernander..Luverly!Β¬!!Β¬.....BUT...WHAT are sannas...and Appams!!!!???????????

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Betty Chalmers ChetiaSo tempting. ...im licking my screen.

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Francis BastianThis is Kerala mutton stew because we make it this way.

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Shiny GeorgePalappam with stew superb combinationπŸ‘

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Francine HtooAll the ingredients mentioned is used as in all stews, but why do you add the vinegar may I know?

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Juliana RodriguesWhat is this brown stew...can you send the recipe

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Honorine GaneshThank you

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Vanessa A Fernandesmouth watering....

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Isaac GeorgeAppan+ mutton stew excellent combination

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Arnold MacknessHi dear I want the recipe for simple pepper water and Steve

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Christine MirandaGood.

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Jean LoganDelicious

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Benita Koop Rama RauIf you don't have a pressure cooker could you do on stove top or slow cooker? Thank you

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Douglas DcruzVery Nice,one of my fav s thanks for sharing.

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Ray RobyYummy, love it and will try it out soon

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"Tomato prawn gravy" this one with steaming hot Basmati rice bowl shaped on the plate with a green chili tucked in the middle.
Cooking is all about passion, simple ingredients and magical outcome.

Ingredients : Tiger prawns 10 nos. 2 chopped onions, 2 chopped tomatoes grinded to paste. 1 tsp ginger garlic paste, 1 tsp each of turmeric, red chili powder, 1/2 tsp each of coriander, cumin powder and salt to taste (1/2 tsp).
Recipe : Mix turmeric powder and salt with the prawns. On heavy bottomed wok 3 tbsps cooking oil (I used mustard oil), fry the prawns keep aside. Now fry some small pcs of boiled potatoes and keep aside. On same hot oil put the onions, tomato & ginger garlic paste stir for awhile then add the masalas mixed with 1/2 cup water. Stir to gravy add the fried prawns and fried potato pcs, few green chilies & green coriander leaves stir for few mins it's ready.
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Christine MirandaLovely

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Anita VishvanayakReally awsm would lyk 2 try love the colour

2 months ago   ·  1
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Sambit BhattacharyaUse good quality tomatoes not hybrid ones and use Kashmiri Mirch red chili powder Anita Vishvanayak

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Sambit BhattacharyaFor colour as well as taste

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Beulah MaqboolFabulous, very tasty, and Yummy of course.

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Blossom HessingMouth watering dish...

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Janet AlpinSince the private jet is not coming with my delivery..I am going to have to try it myself. 😜

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Annita DiasYour dishes always looking so appetising. Yummo def making this. ☺☺☺

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Arathi KeaneLooks delicious and mouth watering.

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JC TreshamTried your mutton recipe , but substituted lamb chump chops. Brilliant!

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Charmaine BittrufYummy

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Anita MawdsleyTruly delicious

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Samuel Prabhat JoshiYummy

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Rena StevensI find you always add potatoes to your dish. What is the secret of this?

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Henry Mark IrelandDada super duper

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Villy DivechaWowa yum.

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Patsy Reis Da CostaYummmmy coming got lunch

2 months ago   ·  1
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Ammu BalachandranMr. Bhattacharya, although this was published before, I just read through this now. Will try it. Sounds uncomplicated and must be so rewarding

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Devi HinshawSorry shared in error

2 months ago
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Devi HinshawThis is however a typical bengali recipe.

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Sambit BhattacharyaRena Stevens the secret you have to ask somebody from Calcutta. Calcutta uses Aloo in almost all recipes be it Bengalis, Marwaris, Punjabi, Gujaratis or Anglo-Indian from Aloo parathas, Aloo Posto, Aloo r dom, other veg dishes, fish, mutton or chicken curries even mutton or chicken Biryani a big pc of Aloo is always there.

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Sambit BhattacharyaI don't think so Devi Hinshaw my sister-in-law is Anglo-Indian and I have Anglo-Indian friends here in Calcutta

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Rose cookies ! (A Christmas cookie)
1) Rice flour (1 and a half cups)
2)Maida 1 and three fourth cups
3) 3 eggs
4) Sugar -1 and three fourth cups
5 Vanilla essence - half teaspoon
6) Milk - one and a half cups

Boil milk ( cool it) , mix with maida, rice flour, beaten eggs, sugar, vanilla essence.
Don't make it too watery or it won't stick to the rose cookie form. If it is too thin then add a little more flour. If it is a little thick then add a little more milk. When putting the rose cookie form in hot oil, first dip the form in hot oil and then dip it in the mixture halfway or it will catch on the top and you won't be able to remove the cookie. When the cookie is a bit cooked on the form then knock off the cookie into the oil till brown . Then take it out ! Don't store it in a plastic container or it will soften. Rice flour keeps it crispy.
Keep the new rose cookie form dipped in deep oil for 24 hours before using it. If it is an old form it has to be well washed. One tip, to make the batter stick to the rose cookie form , dip the form into the hot oil and then into the batter. You could buy the rose cookie form through amazon.in
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Gerard Mark FullinfawA little early for Christmas I guess !:-)

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Patrick StauntonThank you Gerard Mark Fullinfaw.. so much for your recipe.. The pics look lovely too.. Rose Cookies are to good to be eaten just once a year..:-) πŸ™‚ Saving your post to try..:-)

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Shabnam Lawrence EarnestLovely , thats our kerala snack tooooo called Achappam . Same snacks with different names ,,,,

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Jessica BraveOh..... thank you n God bless you for sharing this..... My favorite from my childhood... For this I can not wait for Christmas..... Anytime!!!!

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Rita JoawnThank you Gerard Mark Fullinfaw for your recipe! My mother-in-law used to do this (she called it Rosa) for Christmas πŸ™‚

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Karen Kohlhoff PierattI sprinkle powdered sugar on mine and peeps in USA love it that way πŸ™‚

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Susan JagannathOne of the things o look forward to eating in other people's houses at Christmas!!!!

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Leone D'SantosAlways loved it....

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Maria GilbyYum I use coconut milk for mine and make mine only with maida thanks though Will try mixing rice flour next time.

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Gerard Mark FullinfawA Christmas favourite !:-)

1 year ago
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Jessica ManuelDon't know where to buy the rose cookie maker in Delhi. Can anyone help please

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Morris ThomasThank you dear for this lovely rose cookie respie

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Lynette A Laulman NewcastleI make mine with just white flour, no rice flour and canned coconut milk.the rest is the same..comes out good..

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Maria PahariyaThank you dear. I'm not going to wait gonna try as soon as possible. I love this

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Patsy Peters AlderThanks brings back childhood memories

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Maria GilbyI make it every year for Christmas enjoyed by all in the family

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Shirley WakeI remember these at Christmas I think we used to dip them in sugar

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Maria GilbyShirley Wake that is kul kuls I think you are talking about

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Gerard Mark FullinfawYes, i guess so , otherwise it would be too sweet .

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Gerard Mark FullinfawThese are Kul kuls

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Sreetama BoseWhere can I find the rose cookie form?

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Dolly LutherVery nice way to explain.I just love hAving them

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DrJacqueline PaulYs I remember mum making rose cookies with coconut milk. Wow let's try this recipe, seems easier

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Susan Jagannathooh kulkuls...

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Cara Merritt-SpencerHelen Andrea Merritt The mold?!

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