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    Amla Chutney (Gooseberry Chutney)

    Advertisements Amla ki Chutney or Amla Chutney or Gooseberry Chutney is a very healthy and delicious recipe made with Amla (Gooseberry) which are lemon-sized light green-coloured berries and jaggery. These berries are a good source of Vitamin C along with other nutrients after all, one Amla is equivalent to three oranges as a source of Vitamin C. It is also rich in antioxidants and fibres and as such, is diabetic-friendly too. However, Amla is available only in the winter season but if you’re abroad, you can get frozen Amla packets in any Indian grocery store. Amla chutney is so versatile recipe in that it can be served as a dip with snacks, as…

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    Korean Kimchi (A Traditional Side Dish)

    Advertisements Kimchi is a classical Korean side dish that is made by fermenting certain ingredients like Chinese cabbage and carrots along with a spicy sauce. Because of this fermentation process, it also consists of sour flavour and the inclusion of garlic enhances the flavour. The recipe variations for Kimchi is not limited but I am going to share a basic recipe that was sent to me by one of my Korean internet friends. Much obliged to her. I am also going to share with you the Vegan Kimchi option for this recipe. Kimchi can be eaten alone or with white or brown rice, but it is also included in recipes of other traditional…

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    Coriander Chutney Recipe (Dhaniya Chutney)

    Advertisements Dhaniya chutney or coriander chutney is a recipe without which you can’t imagine to have stuffed paranthas in India. You can’t imagine having gobi ka parantha and aloo parantha. You can also have it with pakoras, samosas, or any other Indian snacks and meal. Also, coriander chutney will take less than 5 minutes to make with most of the ingredients available at home easily and doesn’t contain any animal products. Apart from this, it’s good for health because there is no cooking process involved and detoxifies the body. You can surely make it in advance but not beyond 3 days. However, it may start losing flavours day by day. I recommend to…

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    Fruit Raita (Yoghurt & Fruits with Spices)

    Advertisements In Indian Cuisine, we call Raita a recipe for a sweet or sour condiment made with dahi (yoghurt or curd) and single or mixed fruit or vegetables sometimes with fried droplets of besan (gram flour). Mix Fruit Raita (Fruit with Yogurt) always accompany Indian lunch or dinner. Fruits are high in fibre, and yoghurt is a probiotic. Thus, when these both combines, it gives you a perfect meal supporting your metabolism. Therefore, a healthy version of the traditional recipe. I am going to share with you a recipe of sweet and sour fruit raita, though Raita in Indian cuisine has many variations and you can experiment with it as per your liking.…

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