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    I enjoy making this for my family and friends on weekends and for dinner parties. Enjoy it!

    Recipe #504769

    This is a delicious pulao which we enjoy at home with Subru uncle's Sai bhaji recipe (posted separately). You may enjoy this with vegetarian raita or dahi boondhi and papads.

    Recipe #504764

    This is our family favourite and a regular in the weekends at home. Best served with Brown rice pulao (recipe posted separately). I learnt this from our family chef, Subru uncle when I was a teenager. Follow the recipe to the 'T' to have a delicious outcome at the end. Enjoy!

    Recipe #504762

    My husband loves this rice. This is an "emergency rice" that is pretty quick to fold together if you have leftover cooked rice on hand. I made this for dinner tonight for my dad and hubby. Both loved it. Please have this with dahi (home-made curd/yoghurt) for enjoying it best. Serve pappadams (papads) with this for a nice snack. Enjoy!

    Recipe #484613

    I had a young visitor this noon for lunch. He actually stepped in all of a sudden and happens to have an appetite as large as an ocean. LOL. Well, I had to cook quickly to satisfy my 19 year old young guest. There happened to be few veggies at home and no time to go shopping until post lunch, so besides making 6 other dishes, I came up with this quickly and he loved it. My picky eater hubby too almost had 80% of this dish and loved it. The charm of this recipe is that its easy to put together, gets done in no time and smells as well as tastes divine! This is similar to the Tawa Pulao of Mumbai's Juhu beach.

    Recipe #480125

    Every year on the night of the Indian Hindu festival of Diwali, the festival of lights, this dish is a staple at my home. Served with rotis this makes for a hearty dinner. We believe that it brings abundance of wealth, good health, all round prosperity and happiness as well as year round success in all endeavours if this dish is cooked and eaten on the night of Diwali. This year I made it all by myself and it was a HUGE success! Looking forward to making this soon again.

    Recipe #467101

    This is a delicious treat you can make very quickly for your loved ones. The name literally means - pomegranates in orange blossom water. Enjoy!

    Recipe #432839

    This recipe is from the Umbria region which is known for its small green lentils. You may use any small, green lentil if they can't be found. Cooks from the Abruzzo, add crumbled cooked chestnuts, tomato paste, marjoram, basil and bay leaves to their soup. Enjoy!

    Recipe #432821

    Making pizza at home could not be any easier than this :) We always use Heinz tomato ketchup with this.

    Recipe #432443

    This dish was likely eaten by the Muslims in Malta during the Holy month of Ramadan, since the name in Arabic Fatir Ramadan, means, 'bread of Ramadan'. I found this recipe in the Weekend magazine dated April 22'2005. Enjoy!

    Recipe #424622

    This cookie is so cool! It is chewy and crunchy. It does not need to be baked. Kids who are trying their hand at making this may need a little help from an adult to heat the mixture in a saucepan on the stovetop. These cookies are good anytime. These cookies will last for upto 1 week in an airtight container or upto 1 month if well wrapped and frozen. This recipe is from the Thursday magazine of Oman dated January 3-9'2008. It has been adapted from The Pastry Queen Christmas, Big-Hearted Entertaining, Texas Style, by Rebecca Rather with Alison Oresman (Ten Speed Press, 2007). Enjoy!

    Recipe #424621

    This is from the Thursday magazine of Oman dated January 3-9'2008. Its one of my favourite dishes at lunch/dinner. Enjoy it with rotis.

    Recipe #424619

    This recipe is EXCELLENT. It comes from the Weekend magazine dated 11 August 2006. Being a Teacher and having a lot of writing work to do, my forefinger had developed some dead skin and it looked and felt ugly. It would be so embarassing only until I found this recipe. I have used it on my fingers and it works like a charm. Do try it!

    Recipe #424617

    I found this recipe in my collection folder today evening. It is from the Weekend Magazine of Dubai dated 11 August'2006. I know a few friends who tried it and it worked well for them.

    Recipe #424616

    This recipe is from the magazine India Today Woman Making A Difference. My mouth is watering as I'm typing this delicious recipe. Please try it immediately. Your kids will love you for this!

    Recipe #424384

    From the magazine India Today Woman Making A Difference, this recipe is a real winner with kids big and small ;) Enjoy!

    Recipe #424375

    I came across this recipe today in a magazine India Today Woman Making a difference May 2010 issue. This is one of those recipes for children. If you want them to eat a healthy meal at home albiet in a state of ignorance, then go for this. Those little kids who black mail you and calm your anger down with an angelic smile, will finish this pizza in no time! So, don't wait any longer - step into the kitchen and get cooking!!!

    Recipe #424373

    This is from the magazine India Today Woman Making A Difference (May 2010 issue). This excellent snack will fill the stomach of your little one and keep him healthy and happy. Enjoy!

    Recipe #424345

    My Mother, Mrs. Shashibala Ramchandani, passed away in her sleep at 9pm due to a massive cardiac arrest here at our residence in Pune on the 19th of April, just 2 days after my birthday. She was the best woman in this world and she made me feel strong and capable of doing anything I wanted. In the last few days that were left of her life, she enjoyed eating these rotis for breakfast alongwith a hot cup of tea on the side. I am posting this recipe today and I sincerely hope all my friends will try it and give me their reviews. Also, for those Zaarites I don't know, I would be so happy if you'd give this a try and get back to me through a review on how you liked it. A maid working for my home and looking after my Mom taught me to make this roti.

    Recipe #421904

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