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Homemade Vegetable Stock is fairly simple and quick to make at home. The result is a delicious liquid that is packed with flavors. All you need is some leftover vegetables, like half carrot, or a cut tomato, some leeks, mushrooms, spring onions, or even lemon grass. Herbs of any kind brings out the punch to the stocks and any other left over stems and roots of vegetables can be used.
Idli's are rice and lentil steamed cakes and Dosa's thin lentil and rice crepe called dosa is an all time favorite south Indian snack savored all over the world.Children love this lentil crepe and make a very filling and healthy meal. Can be served to children over the age of 12 months and have learned the art of chewing. You can make it like a pancake, by adding your desired vegetable toppings to make it an Oothapam, The Dosa Batter for making dosa's is a hand me down recipe from my mother and her mothers. The same batter can be used for making super soft idli's and crisp dosa's
rA delicious all purpose mini cup or a tart crust, when kept handy can quickly serve a dessert or an appetizer.This crust can be made by food processor or by hand. Either way, it is critical to work quicky to avoid the gluden and to preseve a tender, melt-in-your-mouth texture.
Ever wondered how you can get the tandoor or the barbequed flavor at home without have a tandoor or coal grill? Here is a perfect and easy method which makes your food taste delicious. You will get the feel and aroma that the food has just come out of the coal grill or a tandoor.
Jams made fresh from fruits have their own unique flavor than the store bought ones. They can be made from pulpy fruits like apple, mango, guava, plums, pineapple, peaches etc. These fruits can be used individually or in combination. The recipe is from my mother's recipe file, they were always delicious when she used to make them.