recipe for Modak


Modak is a sweet dumpling stuffed with a filling of coconut and jaggery. Famous in western and south India as a traditional sweet and known to be one of the  favorite sweets dish of Lord Ganesh ji. Preparation time: 5 minutes Cooking time: unknown Serving: 6 pieces Shelf life: Best when fresh Ingredients: Rice flour (chawal ka atta) 1 …

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how to pour a beer

How to Pour a Beer

Perhaps pouring a glass of Beer is kind of an art of servicing the taste and presentation. Take a clean glass. A dirty glass containing detergents, oils, dirt or residuals from a previous beer, may inhibit head creation and flavors. Hold your glass at 45° angle. Pour your beer targeting middle of the slope of …

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aloo ki subzi

Aloo Tamatar ki Subzi

Aloo Tamatar Sabzi, also known as Potato-Tomato Curry, is very simple and everyday dish regularly cooked in many North Indian kitchens. Boiled potatoes are cooked in a spiced gravy of tomatoes and onions and it makes a great curry with rotis and chapatis. My mother also make this sometimes as an accompaniment to a subtle flavored rice …

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