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Atukula Laddu recipe published at Archana’s Kitchen

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The first time we heard about Atukula Laddu, mom was keen to try it. She loves making different types of laddus and this is something she was not aware of. So with little research and mostly her own thinking and experimentation, she gave it a try and it turned out to be delicious at the first attempt. We were excited to share this recipe with Archana’s Kitchen and this recipe was published on their website on 7th December 2016.

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Vote for Us – Orange Flower Awards

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We are happy and excited to share with our patrons that we are nominated for the prestigious Orange Flower Awards in the category of Best Food Blogger. The Orange Flower Awards recognize today’s digital creative superstars, and map the way forward for the future – where the digital revolution is heading, and how we, as individual agents of change, can be a part of it. To vote for us, please visit the below link and search for our names, “Anupama Dalmia” and “Usha Dalmia”, in the search box. Both our nominations will be listed and you need to register your vote through your Facebook login. (The email address to be entered while voting should be the one you use for Facebook)

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Quick Summer Recipes

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The sweltering summers play havoc with our appetites and it becomes extremely hard to spend hours in the kitchen to cook meals. It’s only natural that this season we prefer to prepare simple, quick meals which are light on stomach and leave us feeling refreshed. So this week we present to you quick summer recipes which are also healthy. These recipes incorporate all the nutritious ingredients like curd, rice, wheat and a variety of vegetables. Do try these quick summer recipes, even in combination if you wish to, for an effortless, rejuvenating and wholesome meal.

Below are the links to the recipes:

Vegetable Fried Rice

Vegetable Fried Rice

Beetroot Paratha

Beetroot Paratha

Papaya Raita

Papaya Raita

Pudina Raita

Pudina Raita

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How to make Paneer

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Paneer is fresh cheese made from curdled milk and is very commonly used all over India. It is also called cottage cheese and chhena. In this post, we would like to explain how to make Paneer. This is the process we follow, however you will come across different methods on this with slight variations when you search on Internet.

Ingredients:

  • Milk – 1 litre
  • Curd – 1.25 cups (Curd can be of any consistency)

Preparation Time: 10-15 mins.

Note:

  1. Depending on the type of milk (low fat, toned, full cream, etc.), the paneer quantity obtained and time taken for milk to curdle will vary.
  2. Many people use lemon juice or white vinegar to curdle the milk. Personally, after trying all the methods we found that the paneer obtained by using curd is softest and of smooth consistency...
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