Krishna Jayanthi Recipes | Gokulashtami Recipes

Krishna Jayanthi Recipes, Gokulashtami Recipes


Krishna Jayanthi is a festival to celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna. Krishna Jayanthi is celebrated throughout India.

In South India expecially Tamil Nadu, we draw beautiful kolams using rice flour. We also draw footprints of Lord Krishna from the house entrance to the pooja room. Some people draw by hand using kolam maavu and others would use rice flour batter. If there are babies or small kids in the house, they would make footprints of Lord Krishna with the feet of the babies or kids. The footprints depict that Lord Krishna has arrived to the house.

My house has both carpet and wooden floors. Before the arrival of Sanvi, I used to draw footprint on self stick papers and stick it on the carpet. After having Sanvi and Shreeya, I would make them walk from entrance to pooja room with their feet drenched in rice flour batter. Sanvi would love it. On the carpet area, I would use self stick notes.

We would also recite Bhagavadgita and make butter, seedai, murukku etc. and offer it to Lord Krishna. I would dress up Sanvi as Lord Krishna and Shreeya as Radhai or even vice versa. Once the pooja is over, I would offer the savories and sweets to my neighbors and friends. What a happiness it is!

For Krishna Jayanthi, usually food made with butter, ghee, and milk are made more because those are the favorite food of Lord Krishna.

I have compiled some easy and simple recipes for Krishna Jayanthi celebration. Please click the picture to see the recipe with stepwise pictures.

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Aval Payasam Recipe

Aval Payasam Recipe, Rice Flakes Payasam, Beaten Rice Kheer

Aval Payasam Recipe


Aval Payasam Recipe, Rice Flakes Payasam. A traditional and easy payasam made with jaggery, rice flakes/aval and milk.

Aval Payasam is very simple and easy to make. As Krishna Jayanthi is around the corner, I wanted to post some payasam recipes for Krishna Jayanthi. When I was thinking what to make, I thought Aval Payasam would be the right choice. You can make Aval Payasam using two methods: sugar and jaggery. This time, I am posting Aval Payasam using jaggery method. Very soon, I will post the other method soon.

The other Payasam recipes that you might be interested are:
Paal Payasam / Milk Kheer
Pacha Payir Payasam
Vermicelli Sago Kheer
Moong Dal Kheer/Pasi Paruppu Payasam

Aval Payasam Recipe


Preparation Time. 5 minutes
Cook Time. 10 minutes
Recipe Cuisine. South Indian
Recipe Category. Sweet
Serves. 2


Ingredients

Aval/Rice Flakes/Beaten Rice – 1/2 cup
Milk (boiled) – 1 and 1/2 cups

Water – 1/2 cup
Jaggery (grated) – 1/4 cup
Ghee – 1 teaspoon
Cashew Nuts – 8 nos.
Cardamom Powder – 1/4 teaspoon

Note. The ingredients shown will vary with the original quantity.

Preparation

1. Dissolve the jaggery in half cup of water. Meantime, heat ghee in a pan and roast the cashew nuts. Keep the cashew nuts aside. To the same pan, add aval/rice flakes and saute for two minutes.

Aval Payasam Recipe

2. Aval/Rice flakes will turn golden brown in color. Now add the boiled milk to the aval and cook until the aval becomes soft. Aval will start absorbing the milk.

Aval Payasam Recipe

3. By this time, jaggery would have dissolved in water completely. Now strain the jaggery and add this syrup to the cooked aval milk mixture.

Aval Payasam Recipe

4. Cook for a minute and then add the roasted cashew nuts and cardamom powder. Stir well. 

Aval Payasam Recipe

Aval Payasam/Poha Kheer is ready! Serve warm.

Notes.

  • Aval Payasam will thicken with time so switch off the stove when the payasam is in a running consistency.
  • If the payasam thickens, you could add milk just before serving.
  • For more rich and sweet payasam, you can add two tablespoon of condensed milk.
  • You can also add the jaggery directly to the milk. If you think the jaggery has impurities, you can filter it and add it to the payasam.
  • Once you fry the aval/poha, you can grind it coarsely and make payasam using the above steps. You will be done in no time.
  • You can increase or decrease the quantity of jaggery.
  • Once you add jaggery, do not boil milk as the milk will get curdled easily. Also do not add jaggery to the hot milk.

Aval Payasam Recipe


Aval Payasam/Poha Kheer/Rice Flakes Kheer recipe below:

Aval Payasam Recipe

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 2 Persons

Aval Payasam Recipe, Rice Flakes Payasam. A traditional and easy payasam made with jaggery, rice flakes/aval and milk.

Ingredients

  • Aval/Rice Flakes/Beaten Rice – 1/2 cup
  • Milk (boiled) – 1 and 1/2 cups
  • Water – 1/2 cup
  • Jaggery (grated) – 1/4 cup
  • Ghee – 1 teaspoon
  • Cashew Nuts – 8 nos.
  • Cardamom Powder – 1/4 teaspoon

Instructions

  1. Dissolve the jaggery in half cup of water. Meantime, heat ghee in a pan and roast the cashew nuts. Keep the cashew nuts aside. To the same pan, add aval/rice flakes and saute for two minutes.
  2. Aval/Rice flakes will turn golden brown in color. Now add the boiled milk to the aval and cook until the aval becomes soft. Aval will start absorbing the milk.
  3. By this time, jaggery would have dissolved in water completely. Now strain the jaggery and add this syrup to the cooked aval milk mixture.
  4. Cook for a minute and then add the roasted cashew nuts and cardamom powder. Stir well.
  5. Aval Payasam/Poha Kheer is ready! Serve warm.

Notes

Aval Payasam will thicken with time so switch off the stove when the payasam is in a running consistency. If the payasam thickens, you could add milk just before serving. For more rich and sweet payasam, you can add two tablespoon of condensed milk. You can also add the jaggery directly to the milk. If you think the jaggery has impurities, you can filter it and add it to the payasam. Once you fry the aval/poha, you can grind it coarsely and make payasam using the above steps. You will be done in no time. You can increase or decrease the quantity of jaggery. Once you add jaggery, do not boil milk as the milk will get curdled easily. Also do not add jaggery to the hot milk.

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Sweet Spicy Lemon Pickle| Instant Lime Pickle

Sweet Spicy Lemon Pickle, Instant Lime Pickle
Sweet Spicy Lemon Pickle


Sweet Spicy Lemon Pickle, Instant Lime Pickle. A salty, sour and spicy pickle made with lemons, sugar, chilli powder and salt.

Sweet Spicy Lemon Pickle is a traditional pickle that goes well with Curd Rice and Rotis. I like pickles a lot and I am so happy that I could make this lemon pickle at home. It is a very simple recipe and anyone could make it. The sugar and salt will give a ‘kick’ to the pickle. Hope you all like this Sweet Spicy Lime Pickle recipe.

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Grape Sorbet Recipe

Grape Sorbet Recipe
Grape Sorbet Recipe


Grape Sorbet Recipe. A refreshing and delicious summer dessert made with black grapes, sugar and lemon juice.

I started making a variety of sorbet recipes since last year. Last week, when I was thinking about sorbet recipes to post in my blog, I thought I’ll post grape sorbet first as it is quite similar to Black Grapes Granita and Grape Popsicle. I liked it a lot as it has less sugar than the store-bought ice creams. Also it gives an utmost satisfaction that we are eating a healthy ice cream that has only grapes and less sugar in it. Hope you and your kids love it!

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Spanish Rice Recipe | Mexican Rice Recipe

Spanish Rice Recipe, Mexican Rice Recipe
Spanish Rice Recipe


Spanish Rice Recipe, Mexican Rice Recipe. An easy and delicious red rice served as an accompaniment to Mexican dishes like Taco, Burrito and Enchiladas.

I wanted to post some Mexican recipes in my blog. I’ve been thinking about it for the past one year but something or the other kept me busy. Earlier I posted Chicken Taquitos, Guacamole, Tortilla Chips recipes. Now I am lining up some Mexican recipes and planning to post it here soon.

I make Burrito often, as we love Burritos so much. We have it at least once a week from Chipotle. For some reason, I like vegetarian Burritos compared to Chicken Burritos. I always felt it is a cumbersome task, don’t know why. My friend Vanessa is an expert in making Burritos, and she taught me how to make burritos in detail.

In order to make Burritos, we need to make Spanish Rice first. Usually, this Spanish Rice is served with many Mexican dishes like Enchiladas, Tacos, Toastadas etc. If you learn to make this Spanish Rice, then you can make serve it with many recipes.

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Banana Bread Recipe | Vegan banana bread

Banana Bread Recipe, Vegan banana bread
Banana Bread Recipe


Banana Bread Recipe, Vegan banana bread. An easy, moist and delicious bread made with mashed fully ripe bananas.

We usually have bananas at home. Whenever the bananas become very ripe, I make Banana Oatmeal Cookies or this Banana Bread. Both are our family’s favorite recipes.

Banana Bread is a wholesome dish, and you don’t need any accompaniments for it. When we do a road trip for about one hour, I would like to bake this bread and have it during the ride. That way, I don’t have to pack anything for Sanvi and Shreeya. Usually, Gj does not prefer packing up food items during travel, but he would not say anything if it is Banana Bread or Banana Oatmeal Cookies.

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Avani Avittam Recipes

Avani Avittam Recipes

Avani Avittam Recipes. A compilation of simple and easy recipes that you can make on Avani Avittam/Upakarma, an important ritual associated with the Brahmin community.

Avani Avittam is otherwise called as Upakarma in Sanskrit. Brahmins usually change their holy thread/Upanaya once a year. On the day of Avani Avittam or Upakarma, brahmins change their Upanaya thread accompanied by rituals and offerings. They would also recite Gayatri Mantra 1008 or 108 times. Every state in India has their own procedures in performing Avani Avittam.

I have compiled simple and easy recipes made during Avani Avittam/Upakarma. Please click the picture to view the recipe with stepwise pictures.

Avani Avittam Recipes - Tamarind Rice Recipe Nei Appam RecipeVazhaipoo Vadai Recipe Simple Vada Recipe Lemon Rice Recipe

Vermicelli Sago Kheer Curd Rice Recipe Raw Mango Rice Recipe Puran Poli Recipe Pudhina Vadai

Avani Avittam Recipes - Moong Dal Kheer Recipe Avani Avittam Recipes - Mochai Sundal Recipe Avani Avittam Recipes - Green Gram Fry Recipe Avani Avittam Recipes - Aval Kesari Recipe Tamarind Rice Recipe

 Fruit Kesari Recipe Milk Kheer Recipe Green Moong Dal Kheer Sakkarai Pongal Recipe

Paruppu Rasam Recipe Corn Sundal Recipe Green Peas Sundal Recipe Black Chickpeas Sundal

Sweet Moong Dal Bonda

Varalakshmi Vratham Recipes

Varalakshmi Vratham Recipes


Varalakshmi Vratham Recipes.
Special dishes made for Varalakshmi Vratham, a festival to seek blessings from Goddess Lakshmi, the consort of Lord Vishnu for the health and prosperity of the family mainly the husband.

Varalakshmi Vratham is round the corner on 28th August, 2015. Varalakshmi Vratham is usually performed by married woman for the well being of all the family members especially her husband. The house is well cleaned and Goddess Lakshmi would be decorated with beautiful saree, flowers, and jewelries.

In many households, women would invite neighbors to their home and offer them some sweets, snacks and a small gift as a token of love and get their blessings for their family. This would give a lot of happiness to them. In some families, women would get blessings from their husband and elders.

Most of us are gearing up to celebrate this pooja. For some, deciding the menu on that special day would be an issue. To make life easier for you, I have compiled some easy and interesting recipes that you could made on the day of Varalakshmi Vratham. You could offer these special dishes to the Goddess of  health, wealth and prosperity and seek her divine blessing for your family.

Please click the picture to view the recipe with stepwise pictures.

Varalakshmi Vratham Recipes - Milk Kheer RecipeVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Green Moong Dal KheerVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Sakkarai Pongal RecipeVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Paruppu Rasam Recipe

Varalakshmi Vratham Recipes - Corn Sundal Recipe Varalakshmi Vratham Recipes - Green Peas Sundal Recipe Varalakshmi Vratham Recipes - Black Chickpeas Sundal Varalakshmi Vratham Recipes - Sweet Moong Dal Bonda

Varalakshmi Vratham Recipes - Vermicelli Sago KheerVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Moong Dal Kheer Recipe Varalakshmi Vratham Recipes - Simple Vada RecipeVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Raw Mango Rice RecipeVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Lemon Rice Recipe

Varalakshmi Vratham Recipes - Curd Rice RecipeVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Puran Poli RecipeVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Pudhina VadaiVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Mochai Sundal RecipeVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Aval Kesari Recipe

Varalakshmi Vratham Recipes - Green Gram Fry RecipeVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Tamarind Rice RecipeVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Fruit Kesari RecipeVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Nei Appam RecipeVaralakshmi Vratham Recipes - Ellu Sadam Recipe

Raksha Bandhan Recipes 2015

Raksha Bandhan Recipes

Raksha Bandhan Recipes. A collection of delicious and mouth-watering recipes that you could make for Raksha Bandhan festival.

During my school days, I have seen my friends celebrating Raksha Bandhan. However, I have not tried rakhi threads to anyone. I did not get the opportunity at all.

I have a friend in Delaware who celebrates Rakhi in a pompous manner. She makes sweets, buys gift and makes her own Rakhi thread for friends who she considers to be brothers. I consider Raksha Bandhan celebration itself to be so special because of the fact that it celebrates brother and sister relationship. I like the woven colorful rakhi thread and the well decorated lamps. Hopefully, I will celebrate Raksha Bandhan soon.

Wishing you all a very Happy Raksha Bandhan!

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Raksha Bandhan Recipes - Kaju Katli  Strawberry Burfi Apple Custard Avocado Chocolate Mousse Recipe Raksha Bandhan Recipes - Atta Halwa Recipe

Raksha Bandhan Recipes - Carrot Halwa Recipe Fruit Chocolate Dessert Pizza Recipe Raksha Bandhan Recipes - Fruit Kesari Recipe Pineapple Halwa Recipe Chocolate Date Balls Recipe

Moong Dal Ladoo  Carrot Halwa Recipe  Raksha Bandhan Recipes - Rasgulla Raksha Bandhan Recipes - Besan Ladoo Recipe

Badam Halwa Recipe Blackberry Fool Recipe Maida Burfi Recipe

Kerala Avial Recipe

Kerala Avial Recipe

Kerala Avial Recipe


Kerala Avial Recipe. A popular and delicious preparation made with mixed vegetables, curd, coconut and seasoned with coconut oil and curry leaves.

Avial is a popular dish of Kerala. At the same time, Avial is a preferred dish among South Indian households. Avial is made using mixed vegetables, coconut and coconut oil. It is an essential dish made during Onam Sadya.

According to wikipedia, there are three stories mentioned on how Avial was was invented. I was surprised on reading them. Let me share the stories with you.
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Onam Sadya Recipes 2015

Onam Sadya Recipes 

Onam Sadya Recipes – A collection of vegetarian dishes from side dish to dessert for Onam Sadya menu.

Onam, a festival celebrated with great enthusiasm throughout Kerala, is around the corner. I wanted to compile some vegetarian recipes that can be made for the sadya. The recipes that can be made for Sadya are Sambaram, Beans Mezhukupuratti, Mambazha Pulissery, Ladies Finger Pulissery, Pumpkin Pulissery, Banana Fritters, Vermicelli Kheer, Moong Dal Kheer, Naaran Kavum, Cabbage Thoran, Nendran Chips, Cucumber Pulissery, Milk Kheer and Green Moong Dal Kheer.

Right from my childhood days, I have celebrated Onam festival and enjoyed Sadya celebration with my friends. They either invite me to be part of their celebration or bring the dishes over to my house. I like the way they serve the dishes traditionally on a banana leaf. Even just looking at Sadya is a feast to my eyes.

My school celebrated Onam festival with tremendous zeal by explaining its history and spiritual significance. We sing, dance and enact plays depicting the festival. I still remember those delightful moments where I danced for a boat song, fishermen songs, harvest songs etc. We would not have classes for two days because of the dance practices and celebration. Some teachers would wear white half saree for the celebration. Lovely moments!

Onam festival is truely the pride and joy of the people of Kerala. Next year, I will have some more recipes added to my Onam Sadya collection. Meantime, enjoy my Sadya collection!

Wishing you all a very Happy Onam!

Please click on the picture to view the recipe with stepwise pictures.

Onam Sadya Recipes - SambaramOnam Sadya Recipes - Beans MezhukkupurattiOnam Sadya Recipes - Mambazha Pulissery RecipeOnam Sadya Recipes - Ladies Finger PulisseryOnam Sadya Recipes - Pumpkin Pulissery

Onam Sadya Recipes - Banana Fritters RecipeOnam Sadya Recipes - Vermicelli Sago KheerOnam Sadya Recipes - Moong Dal Kheer RecipeOnam Sadya Recipes - Coconut Sweet BallsOnam Sadya Recipes - Cabbage Thoran Recipe

Onam Sadya Recipes - Nendran Chips Recipe Onam Sadya Recipes - Cucumber Moru CurryOnam Sadya Recipes - Pazham Porichadhu RecipeOnam Sadya Recipes - Milk Kheer Recipe

Green Moong Dal Kheer Onam Sadya Recipes - Kerala Avial Recipe

Cabbage Thoran Recipe | Kerala Style Cabbage Stir Fry

Cabbage Thoran Recipe, Kerala Style Cabbage Stir Fry
Cabbage Thoran Recipe


Cabbage Thoran Recipe, Kerala Style Cabbage Stir Fry. A simple and easy stir fry made with cabbage and simple seasonings.

Cabbage Thoran is a famous side dish of Kerala that goes well with steamed rice, Kerala Sambar and even Curd Rice. It is very similar to Cabbage Stir Fry. You can make thoran using veggies like carrot, ash gourd, raw banana etc. It is very simple and easy to make.

Other Cabbage Stir Fry recipes that you might be interested are:
Cabbage Stir-Fry
Simple Cabbage Curry
Cabbage Capsicum Curry


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Nendran Chips Recipe | Kerala Banana Chips

Nendran Chips Recipe, Kerala Banana Chips
Nendran Chips Recipe


Nendran Chips Recipe, Kerala Banana Chips. A popular and delicious chips prepared by deep frying nendran banana slices in coconut oil.

Nendran Chips is a snack that is very easy and simple to make. At times, when I look at Nendran Chips, I would see it as a heap of gold coins lying on a plate. I can never say NO to it. Ohh, how much I love this Nendran Chips!

Nendran Chips tastes so good when you deep fry it to the right texture. In Kerala, they call Nendran Chips as “Upperi“, but in general, people call it as “Banana Chips“. From kids to elders, Nendran chips is loved by everyone. Nendran Chips tastes so great when it is deep fried in coconut oil. The natural sweetness of nendran and coconut oil gives a very good flavor to the banana chips.

In Kerala, you can find Nendran Chips/Banana Chips almost in all supermarkets and local shops. Even in USA, you can find Banana Chips in all the Indian Grocery stores. In Kerala, you can find small successful companies that make delicious and healthy banana chips and sell in small packets. Each and every household in Kerala know the secret of making perfect Banana Chips.

Right from my childhood days, my dad used to buy this famous chips for us every weekend. We would just finish it off as soon as we could. I would even skip my breakfast and have this yummy chips. Some of my friends are from Kerala, and they would bring this Nendran Chips every vacation. We would finish it off in no time during our intervals.

I did not know whether I could make it at home till last year. Sanvi loves this chip so much. When my father came here for a vacation, he bought so many packets of chips for her. She loves the chips since then.

All of a sudden, the stores stopped selling my favorite brand of nendran chips, so I had to make it at home. For the first three times, it did not come out well and then I corrected all my mistakes, and since then it comes out perfectly every time. Lets learn to make this Nendran Chips.

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Shrikhand Recipe, Kesar Elaichi Shrikhand

Shrikhand Recipe, Kesar Elaichi Shrikhand
how to make shrikhand


Shrikhand Recipe, Kesar Elaichi Shrikhand. A popular Indian dessert made from strained yogurt, cardamom and saffron.

Shrikhand recipe is very easy to make. All you need is a handful of ingredients like hung curd, sugar and cardamom powder. I posted Mango Shrikhand recipe last year. I received many emails saying Mango Shrikhand came out so well. This is a very similar recipe, and you can even serve this Shrikhand with Pooris and Rotis. Hope you all like this recipe.

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Cauliflower Soup Recipe

Cauliflower Soup Recipe

Cauliflower Soup Recipe


Cauliflower Soup Recipe – An easy, tasty and creamy cauliflower soup made with cauliflower and toasted spices.

I have been wanting to post this Cauliflower Soup recipe for a long time, but for some reason it was getting delayed. My family loves this Cauliflower Soup so much.

I make this soup often during winter. Whenever I have cold and cough, I will make this tasty cauliflower soup or Cabbage Soup. It just soothes my throat. I had cold last week, so made the soup and took pictures to post it here. 
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Egg Biryani Recipe | Muttai Biryani

Egg Biryani Recipe, How to Make Egg Biryani, Muttai Biryani
Egg Biryani Recipe


Egg Biryani Recipe, Muttai Biryani. A flavorful and delicious one-pot meal prepared from basmati rice, boiled eggs and spices using pressure cooker method.

I love biryani a lot. I really do not mind if it is vegetable biryani, egg biryani,Chicken Biryani or Mutton Biryani. Whatever biryani it is, I love it. I don’t need any side dish for biryani.


I am so glad that I have some friends who make very good biryani. Whenever they make biryani, they would make extra for us because they know we love biryani a lot. My mom makes very good biryani and all my friends love her biryani. Only a year back, I learn’t to make tasty and delicious biryani.

Earlier, when we go to restaurants and order Chicken Biryani, they would serve biryani with only chicken in it. These days, eggs come along with Chicken Biryani, so I think people are not ordering egg biryani much in restaurants.

The Egg Biryani recipe is quite simple, so try it at home and you will definitely like it. Enjoy Egg Biryani!

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Black Grapes Juice Recipe


Black Grapes Juice Recipe, How to Make Grape Juice
Black Grapes Juice Recipe


Black Grapes Juice Recipe, How to Make Grape Juice. A delicious and simple dark purple colored juice made by processing black grapes.

During my childhood days, whenever I go to market along with my mother, she would buy me juice almost every other day. Mostly, it would be apple juice, orange juice and grape juice. For some reason, I am not a big fan of Black Grape Juice, but I love Black Grapes Granita and Grapes Popsicle. Whenever I make Black Grape Juice, I will make Grapes Popsicle too.

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Beetroot Leaves Dal Recipe |Beetroot Leaves Recipes

Beetroot Leaves Dal Recipe, Beetroot Leaves Recipes
Beetroot Leaves Dal Recipe


Beetroot Leaves Dal Recipe, Beetroot Leaves Recipes. A quick and easy lentil curry made with masoor dal, beetroot leaves, and simple seasonings.

I bought fresh beetroot from the Mexican market last week, and was thinking for awhile what recipes to make. Finally, I came up with this beetroot leaves dal. It came out so well and did not even taste like beetroot leaves were in it. Try it out and you’ll like it. Beetroot leaves dal goes well with Rotis and even rice.

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Chipotle Cilantro Lime Rice Recipe

Chipotle Cilantro Lime Rice Recipe
Chipotle Cilantro Lime Rice


Chipotle Cilantro Lime Rice Recipe. An easy and delicious rice that matches the taste of the ones made in Chipotle restaurant.

Every weekend, we will buy Burrito from Chipotle and that our family’s favorite dish. Though I know to make burritos at home, I still love Chipotle’s burritos. Earlier, I have always wondered how they would make cilantro lime rice and Spanish rice. I learned to make Spanish Rice later, but still wondered how to make this Chipotle Cilantro Lime Rice.

I was talking about this to my friend Vanessa, and her look at me made me understand that it is not very difficult to make. She taught me this recipe and it came out almost exactly like Chipotle cilantro lime rice. So burrito and Chipotle lovers, here comes the recipe of the famous Cilantro Lime Rice.

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Barbecue Chicken Pizza | BBQ Chicken Pizza

Barbecue Chicken Pizza, BBQ Chicken Pizza, Chicken Barbecue Pizza Recipe
Barbecue Chicken Pizza


Barbecue Chicken Pizza, BBQ Chicken Pizza, Chicken Barbecue Pizza Recipe. A delicious and popular pizza topped with shredded chicken, tangy, sweet and smoky barbecue sauce and mozzarella cheese.

Barbecue Chicken Pizza is very easy to make and need only handful of ingredients. My friend Vanessa taught me to make this Chicken Pizza. She bought pizza crust and barbecue sauce and came home and said “Nithya, Lets make barbecue chicken pizza this evening”. I said I don’t have anything at home. She looked into my refrigerator and said we could do it with mushrooms and coriander leaves. I asked her “coriander leaves for pizza” and she said “yes”.

Coriander leaves add some flavor to the pizza. She made it within twenty minutes, and I just loved it. I tasted Barbecue Chicken Pizza for the first time and just loved it. Hope you all like it.

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