Pearl Millet Pancake – India’s Own Pancake

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Kambu Inipu Adai: Ingredients: Pearl millet powder 1 cupBanana 1Jaggery 3/4 cupCardamom powder 1 spoonMilk 1 tablespoonGhee/butter for smearingHoney to garnishPistachios nuts few to garnish. Method: Mix the first 5 ingredients together and make a smooth batter. Heat the skillet, add butter and pour about a tablespoon of batter. Cook both the sides. Once it [...]

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Honey Glazed Carrots with Indian Touch of Spices:)

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Honey Glazed Carrots with Asian Touch of Spices Like most of my recipes, this one is pretty flexible. I tweaked the original recipe for Honey Glazed Baby Carrots. Added stuff of my own choice, like ginger, chilies etc. This is a great recipe to adapt to use your favorite ingredients, or at least the ones [...]

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Pazhani Panchamirthan – Temple Food – Ambrosia!

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Pazhani Panchamirtham:(Temple Food) Authentic Temple Food. Tamil Nadu Temple Prasad. South Indian Temple Food/Prasad. Palani Panchamirtham. Banana Jam. Dates and Honey Jam. Food plays an integral part of religion too! Feeding the poor/devotee is taken as a good deed, throughout world! Among many faiths, they agree ‘edible gift’ as a sign of universal brotherhood. One [...]

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Green Grass Juice

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Arugham Pul Juice: Herbal Concoction. Arugham Pul Ras. Arugam Pul Kashayam. Dhoob Ki Kashaya. Wild Bermuda Grass Juice. Bermuda grass, Botanical name of this grass is Cynodon dactylon. We call it as ‘Arugham Pul’ in Tamil, they call it as ‘Durva’ in Sanskrit & ‘Dhoob’ in Hindi. Before going into detailing about this particular grass…let [...]

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Kashmir Chai

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Kashmir Chai:(Cold Version) Kashmir Chai calls for Saffron, Nutmeg and Almonds/Pistachios besides all the other strong spices. Makes it very unique and rich apart from other Indian Tea varieties. Saffron gives out a distinct aroma and nutmeg gives an earthy flavor. Almonds and pistachios give the crunch. Masala infused will give a spicy touch! Most [...]

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Tulsi Tea

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Tulsi Ki Chai: Tulsi Tea. Tulasi/ Tulsi ka Chai. Holy Basil Tea. Sacred Basil Tea. Thulasi/ Thulsi Tea recipe. The Botanical name of this humble herb is Osimum sanctum. The plant is considered sacred by Hindus. It originated from India. Well…again there are 3 or 4 species. Except few, most of them are consumable. The [...]

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Inji Paal / Ginger Milk – Therapeutic Drink

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Inji Paal: Simple Home Remedy for Heart-burns! One should never stuff food. It rolls back to your esophagus which leads to discomfort and heart birns. Both over eating and spicy food gives heart-burns. There should be some fix, right! Here you go… Ingredients: Ginger 2″ – peeled and gratedHoney 1/2 spoonWarm water 1 cupMilk 1% [...]

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Apple Honey Juice

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Apple Honey juice: Its not simply said ‘An Apple a day keeps the Doctor away’, certainly it got to do with something. Yes, the quercetin present in these red apples (so don’t throw away the skin)plays a vital role in building one’s immunity. I like thin apple juice than a milk shake. I like its [...]

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Lemon Tea

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Lemon Honey Tea: Lemon Tea. Neembu ki Chai. Neembukaya Chaya. Elimicham Pazha Tea. Ingredients:(Serves 1) Fresh lemon juice from 1 fruitGranulated Tea less than a ¼ spoon(or as per taste)Honey/sugar 2 spoons Method: Heat 1 cup of water with ¼ spoon of tea leaves in it. Let it boil really well. Filter and discard the [...]

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Thaen Jilebi

Thaen Jilebi: Honey Jilebi. Honey Jelabi.Ingredients: Maida flour/all purpose flour 1 cupSaffron 1/2 spoonSodium bi carbonate – 1/4 spoonHoney 2 cupsSour curd or yogurd 1 cupSugar 1/4 cupGhee for deep fryingSauce Bottle with thin nossil. Method:Mix maida flour with soda-salt and well beaten curd. Add ‘yellow food color’ or saffron strands(crushed with 1 spoon of [...]

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