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15min

I make this dish on days I have the craving for something really really spicy.

Recipe by: pragatim

 
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20min

My version of a this vegetable which is typically used in making sambar. I make a spicy curry in true Rajasthani style.

Recipe by: pragatim

 
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25min

You'll find this spicy dish at every wedding feast in the Marwar region of Rajasthan.

Recipe by: pragatim

 
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20min

Don't have anything in the pantry besides onions? Try this!! It goes very well with bajra ki roti.

Recipe by: pragatim

 
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25min

Is there a home in India that doesn't start its morning with a steaming cup of kadak chai? Or have it after dopeher ka siesta? This is my mother's recipe for masala chai. You can easily multiply the ingredients to make your monthly stash. Masala Chai goes great with paranthas, aloo tikki, samose or mithai. The peppercorns and cinnamon are great for the throat and stomach.

Recipe by: Priyanka

 
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27min

This is a basic powder that goes very good in soups, vegetable dishes, on rice and in meat dishes.

Recipe by: Curry

 
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12min

What do you get when you mix crushed jeera, dhania, haldi, mirch, mustard seeds and adrak? A fragrant masala that makes a wonderful foundation for any soup, gravy or sookhi sabji.

Recipe by: Curry

 
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20min

This is an innovative recipe of mine. Generally everyone throws away cauliflower stems but they are the main ingredient here. And when my family members and friends tasted it they were so much amazed! It became their favourite. It is not very spicy and tastes excellent with rice, dosa and upma.

Recipe by: g.gouri

 
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10min

Imli, jeera, laung, dhania and lots other spices make this seasoning that is a great foundation for peppery African soups.

Recipe by: Forgemaster

 
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15min

Saag paneer is an Indian dish made with spinach and cheese. It is traditionally eaten with Indian flatbreads such as naan and roti, and it is a very common offering on the menus of Indian restaurants and in Indian homes. Saag paneer is also very easy to make at home no matter where in the world one is, and it can be prepared in a variety of ways, ranging from a very simple version to a complex saag paneer with a range of spices.

Recipe by: Mayank

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