Quick Quinoa Kheer

Sometimes there’s an easy way to do things and then there’s always the hard way. When time is precious and you want a healthy dessert option, try this quick and easy Quinoa Kheer recipe. Instead of the typical Rice Kheer, Quinoa, which is high in protein and nutrients, offers a healthier alternative. Your family and friends will think you spent the entire day making this delicious, creamy (and healthy) delight!

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Turnip (Shalgam) Curry

If you’re running out of interesting vegetables to try out, Turnips (also known as Shalgam) just may be your next great pick! Often overlooked in the vegetable aisle, Turnips are loaded with lots of vitamins and minerals and low in calories and carbs. Feel free to enjoy this root vegetable curry with chapatis or rotis or add a little extra water for a great curry to have with rice. Try this delicious Shalgam Curry and…

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Lauki (Doodhi) Bharta

Restaurant style food is amazing from time to time, but on most days, we crave simple, comforting home style cooking. Lauki (aka doodhi, bottle gourd, ghiya) is one of those vegetables that we rarely find on restaurant menus. From the squash family, lauki is full of fiber and nutrients. Due to its high water content, its easy to overcook dudhi, resulting in an unrecognizable mush. This easy vegetarian (vegan) lauki ka bharta recipe prevents that…

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Restaurant Style Paneer Butter Masala | Panir Makhani

Paneer Butter Masala (Butter Paneer) or Panir Makhani is one of the most popular and recognizable North Indian menu items at restaurants. Given its mild flavor and smooth, creamy texture, it’s a favorite amongst kids and adults alike. A slightly sweet and tangy curry made with tomatoes, ginger, garlic and aromatic spices, along with butter and cream, is the velvety base for the paneer. for After seeing how easy it is to make this restaurant…

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Rice Phirni | Rice Pudding

Phirni (Firni) is a thick and creamy pudding made from broken/crushed rice and milk that is traditionally served in small clay pots. Though it can be had warm, it’s most commonly served chilled after a meal. Slow cooked and flavored with saffron and cardamom and garnished with pistachios and almonds, phirni is a popular North Indian dessert, similar to rice kheer or seviyan kheer, for festivals like Diwali or Karwa Chauth.

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