Bhang lassi is the traditional Indian drink with a twist, it contains cannabis mixed with authentic lassi, a blend that leaves you happy as a lark and high as a kite.
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Got an insatiable sweet tooth? Try making this quick and easy carrot halwa, using carrots of course, condensed milk, ghee and loads of nuts.
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These are a favorite among all kids and go well with burgers and pizzas. These potato fries dipped in sauce are absolutely nothing less than heaven.
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Almond is a store house of healthy elements and when it comes to taste, this kernel establishes itself as one of the most liked nuts. Badam halwa has almond as its key ingredient, and the addition of ghee and saffron is enough to tickle the nose. This makes for a great dessert during festive seasons especially Diwali, Mahashivaratri and Durga Puja.
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This Indian pudding is mostly made during festive seasons especially the Navratri celebrations when people keep fast. Soak tapioca pearls and add milk and cook. Adding cardamom powder will fill your kitchen with a mild delectable aroma. You can also add condensed milk to enrich the taste. Garnish with cashew nut and raisin.
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There is no dearth of good natural beverages recipes in India and Thandai just proves that. Rich in dry fruits such as Almonds, this drink is a nutritious delight.
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All lo and behold, this dish is all set to upset the Apple Pie from the throne of favorite dessert. Apple cooked with assortment of dry-fruits in simmering milk, this Apple Kheer is worth dying for.
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Cooking cannot get easier than this. All you need is bananas, ghee, cardamom and sugar! This dessert is more known in Kerala than other parts of the country and it is a must during Onam. This sweet dish will hardly consume your energy or time as it can be prepared within minutes. You can enrich its taste by adding almond and cashew nut garnishing.
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This paratha/parotta belongs to the southernmost part of Indian and it has got many variants. The parathas we make or that are available in the market are cut into small pieces and this along with the other ingredients are mixed in a pan and fried. This is a famous street food in South India and if you want to make it at home, even then it is very easy to make.
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The Panchamritham literally translates to nectar made up of five ingredients. This dish made up of milk, curd, ghee, honey, fruits and tulsi leaves is prepared on occasions such as Shivaratri or Ramnavami.
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Arbi Masala is best served with kottu parantha. Learn how to make/prepare Arvi Masaala by following this easy recipe.
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Kuttu Rajgiri Parathas is a very popular recipe. Learn How To Make Kuttu Rajgiri Parathas by following this easy recipe.
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For a simple lunch, why not try making Plain Parathas . Learn how to make/prepare Plain Parathas by following this easy recipe.
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Til Khoya Ladoo is a delicacy prepared during festive occasions especially during Mahashivaratri and Navratri. Til or sesame seeds are mixed with khoya (dried evaporated milk solids) to make the ladoos. Nuts such as almonds and pistas are also used in the preparation.
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Mor Kuzhambu, aka buttermilk curry, brings out the sheer taste of South Indian cuisine. Learn how to make/prepare Mor Kuzhambu by following this easy recipe.
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