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Shrikhand

Shrikhand

  Ingredients: Curd (dahi) – 1 cup Sugar as per taste Milk – 1-2 tbsp Saffron (kesar) -1/2 tsp Green cardamom (chhoti elaichi) – 1/4 tsp Almonds (Badaam) and blanched pistachios for garnishing Directions: Take dahi in a cotton cloth and hang it for 4 to 5 hours. The idea is to remove most of

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Sabudana Kheer (Tapioca Pudding)

Sabudana Kheer (Tapioca Pudding)

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Paneer Korma (Cottage Cheese Curry)

Paneer Korma (Cottage Cheese Curry)

Ingredients: http://aton-mebel.ru Cottage cheese (Paneer)- 50 gms Cashew nuts paste –  2-3 tbsps Ginger paste – 1- 1.5 tbsp Garlic paste – 1 – 1.5 tbsp Yoghurt (Curd) – 1-2 tbsp Green chillies – 2-3 Black pepper (Kali mirch) – 1/4 tsp Green cardamom powder (Chhoti elaichi) – ½ tsp Clove powder- 2-3 pinches Cinnamon

Kesari Seviyan (Saffron Sweet Vermicelli)

Kesari Seviyan (Saffron Sweet Vermicelli)

Kesari Seviyan (Saffron Sweet Vermicelli) is a seviyan without milk. Kesar adds an amazing appearance and  flavor and makes it very different from the regular seviyan . It tastes even better when topped with khoa. Ingredients: Vermicelli Noodles (Seviyan), preferably thin ones –  3/4 Cup Water– 1 Cup Sugar – around 1/2 cup or adjust according

Hyderabadi Zafrani Pulav (Saffron Rice)

Hyderabadi Zafrani Pulav (Saffron Rice)

Ingredients: Rice :  3∕4 cup Yoghurt or curd: 2 tbsps Cloves (Laung) – 2-3 Bay leaves (Tejpatta) – 3-4, small Green cardamom (Chhoti elaichi) : 3-4 Cumin seeds (Zeera) – 1 tsp Ginger paste – 1 tbsp Garlic paste – 1tbsp Onion : one small, finely cut length wise Cashew nuts(kaju) : 10-12 Raisins (Kishmish)

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Malpua (Indian Pancakes)

Malpua (Indian Pancakes)

Ingredients: Sooji (Semolina) – ½ cup Maida – 2- 3 tbsps Fennel powder (Saunf) – 2-3 tsps Paneer (optional) – ¼ cup Khoa (optional) – 3-4 tbsp Chopped dry coconut 1-2 tsps Raisins (Kishmish) – 2-3 tsps Baking powder – a pinch Salt – a pinch Milk or condensed milk – enough for making thick

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