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Pav bhaji – famous recipe of Mumbai

INGREDIENTS FOR BHAJI: 1 tbsp + 1 tbsp butter3 to mato, finely chopped¼ cup peas / matar½ capsicum, finely chopped2 potato, boiled & mashed1 tsp salt1 tsp + ¼ tsp kashmiri red chilli powder / lal mirch powder¼ tsp turmeric / haldi1 tsp + ½ tsp pav bhaji masala1 tsp + 1 tsp kasuri methi / dry fenugreek leaves2 tbsp + 1 tbsp...

Kerala ( India) – Gods own country

The food of Kerala is one that needs no introduction: It's simple, zesty, flavorful and offers an intelligent combination of potent spices Unlike the cuisine of its neighboring states, the food of Kerala prides itself on being predominantly non-vegetarian. You've got chicken, mutton, pork, beef and a thrilling range of  seafood - mussels, crab, tiger prawns, king prawns, tiny prawns, oysters, sardines, mackerel,...

Matar ( Peas) Kheema ( Non Veg Dish recipe)

What is Kheema? Keema in English. Keema or Qeema or Kheema or Morteza is a traditional South Asian meat dish. The word may be borrowed from Greek χυμὸς and originally meant minced meat. Another theory is about its Turkic origin. It is typically minced mutton curry (lamb or goat) with peas or potatoes. Ingredients of Matar Kheema 600 gm mutton mince1 tablespoon grated ginger3 green chilli3 teaspoon pav bhaji masala2...

Foreigners Are Crazy About These Indian Foods

Talk about Indian food and there are mouth-watering foods like samosas, chole bhature, golgappe, biryani taking all over our minds. Our food perfectly represents our diversity and we are so proud of it! With every corner of India comes a food specialty and talk about taste! Delicious. Not only us Indians but foreigners too love binging on Indian food. You may not know but Indian food has a huge fan following all across the globe for its...

Tambda Rassa Mutton Gravy

A non-vegetarian diet includes chicken, meat, eggs and fish. A non-vegetarian diet also has several health benefits because this type of food is rich in protein and vitamin B. Non-vegetarian food strengthens our muscles and helps them grow faster. It also helps to maintain body stamina and hemoglobin. The truth is, ALL food can be bad for us if we eat too much of it. The key is moderation as...