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Whole Chick Peas In Tamarind Sauce
Cook the whole chick pea sprouts with adequate water for 10 15 minutes till they turn soft.
Leave to cool.
Meanwhile grind the onion, ginger, garlic and green chillie to a paste.
Extract tamarind juice From the soaked tamarind.
Heat the oil in a thick... - 44.5118
Pasta In Dill Sauce
Prepare spaghetti as per instructions on the packet, drain and set aside.
Heat one tablespoon olive oil in a big thick bottomed pan.
Stir in corn flour and mix well Add one cup of water and mix well.
Add the chopped dill and crumble in the mozarella cheese... - 44.0954
Pasta In Spinach Soya Sauce
Prepare the macaroni as per the instructions on the packet, drain ana set aside.
Mix the soya milk powder in a cup of water and keep ready to add to the sauce.
Heat the olive oil in a thick bottomed pan and stir in the corn Flour.
When it is mixed well add a... - 43.272
Mango pickle can go with a variety of different foods such as vegetarian, fish or meat. It complements the main dish and is delicious. - 40.4497
Scallops With Vegetable Sauce
In a large skillet, heat the oil, and saute the onion, garlic, and green pepper until slightly wilted.
Add all the remaining ingredients except the scallops.
Simmer uncovered until the vegetables are tender and the tomatoes are reduced to a sauce, about 20... - 39.3277
Masala Curry Sauce
Masala Curry sauce to add to any vegetables, fish or meat dishes. - 32.336
Baked Paneer In White Sauce
Cut the paneer into flat thin pieces. Deep fry lightly in oil. Heat the butter and fry the capsicum and carrot for a few minutes. Add the white sauce, paneer slices, sugar, salt and pepper. Spread the mixture on a greased baking dish. Cover with the cheese... - 29.8906
Reduced Calorie Baked Paneer In White Sauce
While baked dishes are quite common in continental cuisines, using this form of food preparation in Indian cuisine is a trend slowly catching up. It comes with the advantages of being able to use less fat and retaining flavor and nutritional characteristics... - 29.5067