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This special navratra panjiri got its name because of five main ingredients, Coconut, almonds, melon seeds, peanuts and sugar. All you need to make this special sweet is….
Grated dry coconut 200g
melon seeds 20g
roasted groundnut 50g
Roast all the ingredients in an open pan on low fire. Make sugar syrup of sugar of 2 thread consistency. Mix all the roasted ingredients to the syrup. Cook for 2-3 minutes. Grease a plate and spread the mixture on it. Let it set for half an hour. Cut in the desired shape.
This delicious sweet is not only appealing to eyes and delicious to taste, its quite rich in iron, vitamin B and many other nutrients,
For making these mouth watering ladoos
250 g malai
250 g coconut powder
250 g ground sugar/ boora
ground cardamom 2 pieces
Heat the malai in a wok on sim flame. Keep stirring till it starts leaving ghee and turns into mawa.
let it cool.
Mix all the ingredients to it and then roll into equal sized ladoos.
This is not only mouth watering but also rich in Iron, protein and calcium.
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Special items being offered are…
ALOO GRAVY/PANEER GRAVY, SALAD, KUTTU POORI WITH ALOO, SAMAK RICE/SABUDANA KHICHRI, PLAIN CURD, PETHA and Many more…..
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Preparation Method of Aloo Bhaji Recipe
1)In the pressure cooker add cut pototoes, onion, cut tomato, ginger, and greenchillie.
2)Add little water salt and turmeric and pressure cook for 5 minutes.
3)Open cooker lid and with a spoon mash the potato a little so that some are mashed and some left cut in oil.
4)Add mustard,jeeera, curry leaves, red whole chillie, and again one sliced onion.
5)Fry and pour over the potato mixture.
6)Add corriander leaves.
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* Fist of all heat oil in a pan. Saute cumin and chopped onion in the pan until brown.
* Now add chopped tomatoes and cook it till fat separates.
* Now add the cumin powder, red chilli powder, garam masala, and kasoori methi.
* Stir in the chicken. Cook over a low flame for 5-10 minutes.
* Remove it from flame and pour the butter and cream over the top.
* Garnish with shredded ginger, chopped coriander and sliced tomato.
* Serve it hot with naan or paratha. http://www.homecurry.com
1. Cut palak finely and cook with enough water.
2. Cook dal with little turmeric powder in pressure cooker.
3. Cut onions and tomatoes finely.
4. Heat oil in a pan.
5. Season with cumin seeds.
6. When it splutters add the onions and fry till golden brown.
7. Add ginger chilli paste and fry for a minute.
8. Add the finely chopped tomatoes.
9. When it is cooked add mashed palak and cooked dal.
10. Pour enough water, salt and turmeric powder.
11. Boil for few minutes.
12. Remove from fire.
13. Squeeze lime and add coriander leaves.
14. Serve hot.