Tagged: tea time snacks

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Mozzarella Tomato Bruschetta

She gets the magic powers not once, twice in her life and the second time it all gets stronger! Only she, no one but she can find the missing keys , the sock that...

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Misal Pav

Misal pav is a  Maharashtrian street food made  from mixed sprouts. The word “misal” in Marathi language mean “mixture”. Usal or misal pav is a spicy curry served as breakfast along with pav(freshly baked...

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Avocado Fries

I know a world full of good parents who never give their family food which is fried or sugar, and also don’t eat it themselves. I’m one among them. Yes I try to keep...

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Uppu Seedai – Janmastami Special

Seedai is one of the main dish or snack for Jammashtami.One of the main traditional Indian dish. Uppu seedai literally translates to salted crunchy nibbles that is made of rice flour and urad flour...

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Ribbon Pakoda

A famous tea time snack from the Southern parts of India usually prepared during festivals especially Deepavali. It’s a gluten free deep fried indulgence snack that can be easily made with common ingredients available...

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