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Egg Bhurji Recipe - learn how to make egg bhurji at home.
Learn How To Make perfect Indian summer drink Jal Jeera / Jal Jira recipe with step-by-step video tutorial. Jal Jeera is traditionally served as a welcome drink in summers. The black salt or rock salt added in the drink acts as good digestive. Cumin also boosts the digestive processes. It helps relieves intestinal gas, acidity and heart burns. This thirst quencher is great to keep you hydrated on a hot day. The fresh mint and coriander leaves added to the drink regulate your body temperature and keep it cool. #jaljeera #jaljeerarecipe #summerdrinks #jaljeeradrink #recipes #juicerecipe #fruitjuice #food #easyrecipe #homemade
Onion Rings Recipe - learn how to make onion rings at home. This onion rings recipe will ensure that they come out perfectly crispy and that they will be a hit with everyone! Onion rings are a form of appetizer or side dish commonly found in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and some parts of Asia, Continental Europe, and Latin America.
Masala Peanuts Recipe - learn how to make Namkeen Badam at home. #peanut #peanuts #peanutsrecipe #masalapeanuts #masalapeanutsrecipe #peanutmasala #recipes #indianrecipe #indianfoods #cooking
Bengali Chicken Curry Recipe - learn how to make Bengali Chicken Curry. #chicken #chickencurry #chickencurryrecipe #chickenmasala #chickenmasalarecipe #recipes #indianrecipe #cooking #indianfood
Summers are the time for fresh chilled drinks that beat the heat, and there’s nothing better than Aam Panna to refresh our body. So now you don’t need to go out in the heat to have this one, instead follow us to make the favorite summer drink of India fresh at home with this quick and easy recipe. Aam pana is an Indian drink renowned for its heat-resistant properties. It is made from raw mangoes and is yellow to very light green in color, and is consumed as a tasty and healthy beverage to fight against the intense Indian summer heat. In most instances, mint leaves are added which enhances the green colour. Aam panna, which is prepared using raw mangoes, sugar and an assortment of spices, quenches thirst and prevents the excessive loss of sodium chloride and iron during summer due to excessive sweating. The drink is mainly consumed in north India and is considered beneficial in the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders. It is also a good source of vitamin B1 and B2, niacin, and vitamin C. In Indian culture, it is regarded as a tonic believed to increase resistance against tuberculosis, anemia, cholera and dysentery.