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Chennai food, belonging to the cuisine of Tamil Nadu, India, includes a plethora of South Indian flavors, and vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian food stuffs. Chennai is an Indian state that is famous for its ... More »
Low Calorie Low Fat Drumstick Leaves Sambar
This recipe is the perfect balance of spicy, sweet, savory, tangy and simply awakens the taste buds with every spoonful.
The main ingredients in this dish that influence its nutritional profile include –
• Red gram dhal that forms a good source of... - 0
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