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    A pickled style of preparing mackerels (can be baked too for a change. I got this recipe from my mom and comes from Mangalorean cuisine. Very tasty and the only preparation of mackerel I could be persuaded to eat. (I have changed now and relish the fish in any form)

    Recipe #71753

    My most favourite one-dish low fat meal. I learnt to make this by watching this wonderful lady who is the wife of an Army officer prepare this on Mirch Masala on Star Plus this Sunday on TV. My dad happens to love to eat this since his young days and he was "thrilled" when I cooked this y'day and served it to him. When I cleared the table, this was the only dish that was FINISHED! Not one spoon left! This is very tasty and yet low fat. I hope you enjoy it and know it is good for you!

    Recipe #67808

    This recipe is named "Amritsari Machi" in Hindi which when translated in English would mean "Fish of Amritsar". Amritsar is a part of Punjab, my mom's hometown:) My best friend, Vadivu, wrote out this recipe especially for my bro. who loves non-veg and she took pains to post it n all to me before the New Year so I could share it with all of you and you, in turn, with your family and friends:) She didn't mention the number of servings, so I'm taking a wild guess.

    Recipe #48997

    This is simply the 'BEST' and most 'UNIQUE SHAPED' samosa I have seen in all my life! I was really lucky to get to watch Chef Rakesh Sethi make these this morning on Star Plus, on his cooking show, 'Mirch Masala'. These little potli samosas will sure make your guests ooh and aah o'er them. I promise you will love them. This is another one of the Diwali special dishes lined up on my list of things to make this year for Diwali:) This is also something I'd love everyone to try for this coming Cookathon as the theme is appetisers, and this sure is one!

    Recipe #44625

    These are 'any time snacks' and taste particularly good on a cool rainy day with a hot cup of tea or coffee! Enjoy!

    Recipe #43662

    The recipe is from the 'Thursday' magazine(the local magazine here). Its a part of a contest currently going on and this recipe was submitted by Salma Ali Khan. She won 50 dollars for this one! There was a request on the Boards for fried chicken and so, here it is! ENJOY!

    Recipe #36720

    This is a dish from punjab, India, and is sold in streets corner in Amritsar. do not forget to squeeze lemon juice before eating. Try with mint-cilantro chutney.

    Recipe #32200

    A good snack, I enjoy!

    Recipe #24761

    Another favourite Gujrati, Indian snack.

    Recipe #24752

    Palda is a very simple vegetarian dish, very easy to make and very tasty. I was watching "Mirch Masala" which is a cookery show on Star Plus 2 days back at 11:30am Oman time, when, the chef on that show had invited this wonderful lady who taught the viewers how to make this dish. I noted it down, tried it today afternoon and everyone enjoyed it for lunch! The "ajwain" in it impart

    Recipe #13086

    Recipe #18893

    People back home in India make this around Holi time. I am very fond of it.

    Recipe #23363

    This is for all those who want to eat 'nutritous' meals. This is an excellent dish, enjoyed by everyone whose had it. I saw it on TV. Soyabeans are a great source of protein.

    Recipe #24642

    This is a very flavourful fish from the Foodcourt column, Weekend magazine. I really hope you enjoy this!

    Recipe #77134

    I found this recipe when I was looking to make some healthier flatbreads that were flavorful but that didn't involve frying or loads of ghee. I adapted this from Neelam Batra's 1000 Indian Recipes. It's really very simple to make since it involves no kneading, or messing up mixers and stuff.

    Recipe #174830

    This fabulously tasty Xacutti (pronounced as sha- kooti)is a specialty of the Goan kitchen. The spice mixture, or masala might look daunting, but even if you didnt have all the spices, you can still make a very good masala. If you really want to cheat for convenience, replace Xacutti masala with 1/4 cup of good quality Indian curry powder and 1 to 2 tbsp ground dried red chillies. You can also toast dried unsweetened coconut instead of fresh, if you like. Serve this with steamed basmati rice.

    Recipe #185768

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