Iyengar Style Pineapple Rasam Recipe
Pineapple Rasam Recipe (Iyengar Style) tastes too good with plain rice and can be had as soup also, for a soothing throat if you have any cold or cough.
Jain Brownie | Sanjeev Kapoor Khazana
Popular recipe of a brownie made jain style.Click to Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1h0pGXfhttp://www.facebook.com/ChefSanjeevKapoorhttps://twitter.com/sanjeevkapoor
Jain schezwan papad | Instant jain nasta recipe | nasata for sham ki choti si bhuk😋2Min snack recip
Ingredients:papadoilschezwan chatni : https://youtu.be/dvrI8Ut6b8AcucmberTomatoes pomegranate green mangolemonsevyou can also join us onWhatsapp:https://chat...
No Garlic Hummus - A Middle Eastern Dip
Well, who says there cannot be dish without 'NO ONION, NO GARLIC' ! Presenting a Middle Eastern Platter with same :) :) The simple dip of Chickpeas, lemon juice, salt and flavorful Olive Oil with my addition of little bit of Italian Seasoning, Basil Leaves, Chilli flakes and Oregano Leaves :) So without Garlic, there is lot to add more into it to make it flavorful dish :) :) While going through various recipes, found this article of Huffington Post which says why one should have Hummus :)…
Gujarati Kobi Marcha No Sambharo Recipe - Cabbage & Bell Pepper Stir Fry
Gujarati Kobi Marcha No Sambharo Recipe is a Cabbage & Bell Pepper Stir Fry recipe. Gujarati cuisine is one of the very few cuisines in India known for its simple yet clean flavours. The dishes are not overpowered by the use of various spices. Kobi Marcha No Sambharo Recipe is one such dish, which can be prepared in no time for your kids lunch box. Sambharo means stir fry in Gujarati. The recipe is simple, healthy and light on the tummy. Full of fiber you can even pack this as a office…
Jain Manchow Soup | Man chow Soup | How to make Man chow soup | My Jain recipe
Its a restaurant style man-chow soup recipe. Follow every step in video and cook this soup at home, definitely every one loves this soup test.So try it at ho...
Makai Capsicum ( Gujarati Recipe), Gujrati Recipes
A tantalizing combo of tender corn and capsicum cooked in milk and tempered with indian spices, makai capsicum cannot really be called a customary gujarati dish, but the younger generation definitely enjoys this off-beat vegetable preparation as it is low on spices and ghee.