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TV stars Tanushree Dutta and Debina Bonnerjee share their festive plans -- and special recipes! A handful of string beans and cauliflower 1 tbsp ginger paste 1 stick cinnamon 1 cardamom pod 2-3 cloves 1 tsp cumin powder 1 tsp red chilly powder 1-2
One Ginger and garlic: 25 gms each Onion and tomato: One each Turmeric powder: One pinch Moong dal: 25 gms Coconut milk: 100 ml Oil: 30 ml Method: Heat oil in a pan and saute onion, tomato, ginger- garlic paste and turmeric powder.
Ingredients: 2/3 cup moong dal 1 onion, chopped 1 tsp. minced ginger 4 large garlic cloves minced fine 2 large tomatoes, sliced 1 tsp. cumin powder 1 tsp.
As the first rays of the sun drift through the windows, South Indian households come to life to mark the beginning of the new year. Like other festivals, the origin of the term Ugadi literally means start of an era. Legend has it that Brahma, who the
Senior Congress leader and former minister Prasad Harichandan claimed to have evidences to prove Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik's ''involvement'' in the multi-crore rupee dal scam in the state. Addressing mediapersons here, Mr Harichandan, also the
The government on Friday admitted that retail prices of food items like pulses, edible oil, milk and vegetables have been rising in the last six months, indicating that efforts to contain prices of essential items have not yielded much results.
A critic need not be a performer, goes the general saying...She's donned the chef's hat once again for the ongoing Mathur food festival at Residency restaurant at the ITC Sheraton Park Hotel and Towers here. "I learnt to make chapattis when I was in
Ingredients ½ cup Moong Dal (Dhuli) presoaked for 2-3 hours 1 tsp. salt (according to taste) 1/2 tsp chili (Lal Mirch) powder 1/4 tsp turmeric (Haldi) powder <
Its price has doubled in the last one year and, currently, it is available at Rs90 per kg...It was selling at around Rs20 per kg a year back but now its retail price is around Rs38 per kg. "Earlier, we used to have khichdi thrice a week but now we
Faces have turned red when the facts were revealed. During operations in Afghanistan, the British forces had unearthed a huge consignment of what was termed as poppy seeds that are used to make opium. It was a 1.3 tonnes haul and valued at 243