Flavour Indulgence

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Aloo Paratha – Guest Post

I really do feel blessed and honored when some talented friends and family offer to write through my blog. So, here is another blog from my sweet cousin Rimun who generously offered to write for my page. She is here with the recipe of all time appetizing famous Indian Aloo Paratha. Here is how she explains in her own words… Parathas… Well, these need no introduction. We Indians go crazy […]

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Nankhatai – Eggless Basic Cookies

This is the first time I did put my hands on preparing cookies. So, I started with the basic one called Nankhatai. And it turned out to be awesome and everyone in my family liked it. Nankhatai is a good tea time snack. Here is the recipe for Nankhatai. Ingredients: All purpose flour – 1 cup Besan or chikpea flour – 1/2 cup Semolina or Bombay rava – 3 tbsp […]

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Methi Daane ke Laddu

Methi daana or fenugreek seed is said to have a very high nutritious quotient. It helps to cure digestive problems, reduces inflammation in body, controls cholesterol level etc to name a few. Also fenugreek seed is very much beneficial for new mothers. It helps in controlling body internal temperature during winters. So, here is a recipe for fenugreek seeds laddu apt for winters. Ingredients: Fenugreek seeds – 45 grams Almond […]

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Chole ki Sabji (Chikpeas Curry)

Chole aka chikpeas aka garbanzo beans are said to have high protein and fiber content. Also they are said to be rich in several key nutrients and vitamins required for body. Chikpeas are considered to be one of the staple legumes in the northern parts of India. Here is my version of preparing chikpeas curry and my family loves it. Ingredients: Chikpeas or Chole – 200 gram Onion – 1 […]

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Eggless Chocolate Fudge Brownie

First of all, a very happy and prosperous new year to all the readers from Flavour Indulgence. So, another year has stepped in with new hopes, new resolutions and new milestones. I hope I will be able to keep up with the milestones I have set for myself. Amen !! 🙂 I will be starting my first blog of year 2018 with a sweet dish. For this new year eve, […]

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Ghugni (Dried Peas Curry)

I know… It’s been so long I posted any recipe. It was so hectic for last couple of weeks that I did not have any energy left to write a post at the end of the day. And I do not feel good about it. In order to feel rejuvenated and good I had to write a post to connect to the blog family I have here. So, today I […]

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Aloo Korma

Recently for a family get-together I had been given the responsibility to prepare a curry from potato. Dum aloo is a quite loved dish in our family. But I wanted to make something different. So, I decided to make aloo korma. Read on for the recipe. Ingredients: Boiled and peeled medium sized potatoes – 5 Onion (medium) – 2 Tomato (big) – 1 Cashews (whole) – 8 Oil – 1 […]

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Sunshine Blogger Award

OMG! I feel pretty delighted while framing this blog post. I am Subrata and this is my very first blogging award and all ‘firsts times’ definitely hold a special place in one’s heart. I started blogging recently around July last week of 2017. I feel each and every blogger around me is very very talented and there is something or the other to learn from each one of them. I […]

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Strawberry Shake with Sabja Seeds

Another breakfast drink from my kitchen 😀 . This time the main ingredients are strawberries and sabja seeds or falooda or basil seeds. It’s strawberry season now and one can spot these beauties at fruit counters in super markets. Sabja seed or falooda is said to have lots of health benefits. It aids in digestion, helps in cooling body heat, relieves stress.. to name a few. Read on for the […]

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Paneer Halwa

Paneer Halwa is a delicious sweet dish that can be served either as a snack or desert. It’s a calorie dense (good ones of course) dish. So, it should be consumed in less quantity 🙂 . It can prepared either with store bought paneer or freshly prepared Chhena. If preparing from chhena, make sure to drain out all the water from it. It should be completely dry. In this recipe […]

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