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Makki Ki Roti

The most saught-after roti of Punjab, Makki ki Roti is made using yellow corn flour or makki ka aata. When served with Sarson ka Saag and a piece of jaggery, it forms one of Punjab’s most classical vegetarian meal combo especially in winters.

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Sarson Ka Saag

Sarson Ka Saag’, a classic saag from Punjabi cuisine needs no introduction. This nutritious saag when paired with the popular Indian flatbread ‘Makki ki Roti’ makes for a wonderful wholesome meal.

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Millets Puli Upma / Millets Pindi Upma

Millet Pindi Upma

Millets Puli Upma’ is a slight variation of traditional ‘Puli Upma / Pindi Upma’, one of the tastiest upma dishes prepared in South Indian Households. Puli in Tamil means Tamarind. As the name suggests, this delicacy tastes sour with the right balance of spiciness in it. Piping hot ‘Millets Puli Upma’ complements the snowy, cold winters or the windy rainy days perfectly.

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Spongy Rasgulla in Pressure Cooker

Celebrations in India are always accompanied by an array of scrumptious sweets originated from various parts of the country . One such delicacy that is fondly relished by everyone, is the popular Bengali sweet ‘Rasgulla’. Rasgulla or Rosogolla is a soft, spongy, guilt-free delicacy made using curdled milk. This recipe is all about preparing Rasgulla in a pressure pan, slightly deviating from open pot method as done traditionally.

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