Kathiawadi Ringan Nu Dahiwalu Bhartu
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Kathiawadi Ringan Nu Dahiwalu Bhartu Binjal's VEG Kitchen Kathiawadi Ringan Nu Dahiwalu Bhartu or Oro or Dahi Baingan Bharta, is the most well-known traditional winter dish from Kathiawad, Gujarat, and it’s part of Kathiawadi thali menu. It is made using roasted smokey eggplant, dahi, along with a green paste consisting of green onions/ scallions, garlic, and spices. It is traditionally served with lasan ni chutney and bajara no rotlo. It can be eaten as a spread with pita bread or as a dip with crackers like hummus or middle eastern eggplant dips. This dish is exotic due to the distinct expl ..read more
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Dahi Vada or Dahi Bhalla Recipe
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3M ago
Dahi Vada or Dahi Bhalla Recipe Binjal's VEG Kitchen Dahi Vada is also known as Dahi Bhalla in Punjabi. It is very popular street food chaat in India. Recipe is very simple and easy to follow. Typically, it is prepared by soaking vadas into yogurt and garnish it with chutneys and chatpata masala. It is very popular in North India as well in South India (specially in Andhra). The preparation method is almost same however there is some variation in the shape and garnishing method. In North India, it is prepared by soaking lentil Vadas (small balls) in thick dahi mixture with chaat toppings like ..read more
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Milk powder Gulab Jamun
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4M ago
Milk powder Gulab Jamun Binjal's VEG Kitchen Milk Powder Gulab Jamun, super easy to make with very few basic ingredients and milk powder. They are soft, juicy, melt in your mouth and irresistible. Gulab jamun is a dessert often eaten at festivals like Diwali, Eid, Holi etc. and birthdays or major celebrations such as marriages. There are various types of Gulab Jamun and every variety has a distinct taste and appearance, these are made with milk powder. Powdered milk or dried milk is a manufactured dairy product made by evaporating milk to dryness. One purpose of drying milk is to preserve it ..read more
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Fafda (Crispy Gram Flour Snack)
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4M ago
Fafda (Crispy Gram Flour Snack) Binjal's VEG Kitchen Fafda is very famous street food (snack) in Gujarat, mostly serve with Jalebi, It is great combination of gujju’s snack items. Even Gujarat is popular for sweets and snacks especially in Ahmedabad, Surat and Vadodara, these cities are very popular for their other foods too like Dhokla, Khakhra, Dabeli, Patra, Khandvi, and Fafda one of them…It is made from chickpea flour mixed with spices. Generally it goes well with Kadhi chutney and unripe shredded papaya sambharo. Now days Fafda is available worldwide even on online too…   Ingredie ..read more
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Dudhi Thepla
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4M ago
Dudhi Thepla Binjal's VEG Kitchen Dudhi Thepla or Dudhi Na Thepla is a dish made with whole wheat flour, basic spices, and grated bottle gourd. Thepla is the most well-known flat bread in Gujarati cuisine and is adored throughout all of India for breakfast, teatime snacks, and as the ideal travelling food. There are various variations of thepla, including simple thepla, Methi thepla, Mooli thepla, bajra thepla, etc., but the basic preparation procedure is the same in all of them; the main vegetable ingredient is simply added or substituted. Thepla is usually multigrain and is typically made w ..read more
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Rajasthani Mirchi Vada(Chili Fritter)
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4M ago
Rajasthani Mirchi Vada(Chili Fritter) Binjal's VEG Kitchen   Rajasthani Mirchi Vada is a popular street food snack. It is a spicy chili fritter. This Mirchi Vada also known as a Jodhpuri Mirchi Vada. It is a green peppers stuffed with a spicy potato filling and deep fried which is usually served with meethi chutney and green chutney. Rajasthan has its own specialty and the most popular food is the combination of dal and bati churma but for the adventurous traveler, willing to experiment, there is lots of varieties available. Besides spicy flavors Jodhpur region is also famous for its Mi ..read more
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Guacamole Recipe
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4M ago
Guacamole Recipe Binjal's VEG Kitchen Guacamole is a Mexican Avocado Dip. Guacamole is simply chunky and classic in taste. It is healthy and full of nutritious dip and has very deliciously creamy texture. This recipe is easy and quick. It is very healthy because of Avocado, as it’s full of Proteins, Vitamins, Minerals and Dietary fiber. It’s nice and quick way to use up those ripe avocados, so fresh and delicious. A great summer dip, refreshing side for any meal. Just mix fresh chopped ingredients together and ready, it’s very easy! The avocado is a rather unique type of fruit. Most fruit co ..read more
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Tomato Chutney
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5M ago
Tomato Chutney Binjal's VEG Kitchen Tomato Chutney goes well with Idli and Dosa. Tomato Chutney is perfectly pair with any South Indian snacks. It is one of the most delicious, simple and quick Chutney. This is the best Chutney, it comes from India and is full of lots of wonderful Indian spices, which give it a fiery heat, though very simple and easy to make. Tomato chutney is a type of chutney prepared using tomatoes as the primary ingredient. The tomatoes can be diced, mashed or pulped, and additional typical ingredients used include onion, garlic, sugar, salt, and spices. It can be prepare ..read more
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Churma Ladoo
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5M ago
Churma Ladoo Binjal's VEG Kitchen Churma Ladoo or Churma na Ladva is an Indian sweet made during special occasions or festivals. Churma Ladoo is a traditional Gujarati sweet as well as Rajasthani, made especially during festivals like Holi or Diwali. This sweet delicacy very common in Gujarati house mostly in Brahmin community, usually serve with thali like Dal-Bhaat, Puri, Vaal nu shaak or Ringna Bateta nu Shaak and Ladva. Gujarati cuisine varies widely in flavor and heat, depending on a family’s tastes as well as the region of Gujarat to which they belong. North Gujarat, Kathiawar, Kutch a ..read more
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Rose Coconut Modak
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5M ago
Rose Coconut Modak Binjal's VEG Kitchen Rose Coconut Modak is a delicious and refreshing twist on the traditional Coconut Modak dish. It is a popular Indian delicacy served during the Ganesh festival and is primarily made with coconut, rose syrup, and mawa or milk solid. For a genuine rose flavor and color, I used rose water and rose syrup. These delectable modaks may be prepared in about 30 minutes and require very little work. Ideal dessert or delicious gift for any auspicious event or as prasad for bappa. Ganesha is a Hindu deity, and his favorite treat is modak. He acquires the Sanskrit n ..read more
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