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Recipes from Here and There

Who doesn’t like good food? But, well liking it is one thing but liking to try one’s hand in preparing some dishes is altogether a different thing. We appreciate good food and love to have it, but we often don’t think complimenting the cook is necessary especially if she happens to be the wife. In Indian homes at least the responsibility of cooking falls upon the wife, even if she has an office job to handle.

Mostly, in Indian homes the cleaning of the utensils is done by the maids at least now a days, but I was young, even that used to be done by the women folks of the house. Times have changed, I believe now some men in India also extend some help to their wives in preparing food or I am imagining things? Well, I now after retirement like to try my hand some recipes and believe me that come out well, very well too sometimes delicious…To my friends and other men who happen to read my post, I would suggest that you too try to do some cooking sometime- your wife will love it.

Try one or all of these………….

Kali Mirch Lemon Chicken Recipe ByKaran Dua at http://www.dilsefoodie.com/

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Another recipe that I would like you to try is Vegan Ladoos prepared without you won’t believe! Ghee

Here’s the Youtube link about it’s preparation

Try those and let me know how did your experiment go

Cheers!!

Govind

 

 

 

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