Pudina Jeera Aloo is not limited to lunch & dinner. This dry sabji can be in school lunch box or on your breakfast table. Try now it's easy.
Pudina pakoda aka mint pakoda is a scrumptiousandcomforting recipe for pakoda which is quite popular in the subcontinents of India. It has got the perfect bite of crisp with refreshing flavour of mint leaves aka pudina. This deep-fried fritter is the amalgamation of chopped mint leaves, chopped coriander leaves,onions, ginger-garlic paste, green chillies, gram flour, rice flour, few spices and seasonings which are mixed and then deep fried in small portions. Pudina pakoda recipe is a perfect companion for evening snacks with a cup of tea and a perfect side with dal, rice and ghee.
Simple and versatile, this vibrant and stunningly beautiful mint coriander chutney is all you need to add "oomph" to your dishes.
Masala chaas aka chaas recipe is a yogurt based Indian summer drink. This healthy, low calorie, light and refreshing drink is a perfect way to quench the heat. It is considered as a perfect summer drink recipe for all ages, starting from kids to aged. Chaas is basically the amalgamation of creamy yogurt, water, salt and few specific spices and herbs. It is mostly served chilled after spicy or heavy meal or simply as a beverage during daytime. Learn to prepare three different chaas recipes (Masala chaas Plain chaas, Pudina chaas) very easily in few minutes.
. Pudina Toor Dal (Split Pigeon Peas Mint Soup) is a hugely popular dal in India during summers. It is one the most reliable comfort food to beat the scorching Sun. In this recipe, Toor dal (Split Pigeon Peas) is cooked with Pudina (Mint leaves) paste, Ginger paste and some spices. This dish goes outstanding with steamed Basmati rice, pickle and papad.
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Pudina as all know is very healthy can be used to make a type of rasam which can be mixed with rice or relizh it as a soup