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Amritsari Dal Recipe is a delicacy that is often served in langars. Also popularly known as Langarwali Dal, it is prepared by combining two kinds of lentils- whole black gram (urad dal) and husked Bengal gram (chana dal) http://goo.gl/OIMuk8

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Moong Ki Kachori recipe is a deep fried crispy and crunchy ball of all purpose flour stuffed with spicy stuff. Find the complete instructions on CookSafari.co.in.

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Khatti Mithi is one such dish, which transports you to the magical land of mangoes. It consists of candied raw mangoes sliced up and seasoned generously with a variety of spices, which gives a hot and sweet flavour to it.

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Bihari Jhinga Masala is one dish that you definitely ought to try if you are a non-vegetarian aficionado. This dish consists of flavoursome prawns (jhinga) served in hot and spicy traditional curd-based gravy.

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Amra Ki Sabzi is a fruit which is popular in Bihar and Bengal region of India. These fruit are sour in taste and is usually used for preparation of Pickles.

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Lauki ka Raita and pulao (a rice dish) are like soulmates and taste extremely well together, the richness of dairy complementing the dryness of rice excellently. It can also be served with papad, or consumed in the form of a starter http://goo.gl/gh3qQZ

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Gurama is one such Bihari dish, which can be paired with just about anything, be it rice or sandwiches http://goo.gl/PxDVXI

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Chokha is a melange of vegetables consisting of roasted and mashed eggplant (baingan), tomato (tamatar), and potato (aloo) http://goo.gl/87MDER

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Karonda Mirch Ki Sabzi is a tangy vegetable which is usually used in pickles. Here I have tried to prepare curry with it http://goo.gl/FGg7Oe

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