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Kuttu Poori & Vrat Aloo Sabzi

Made with gluten-free buckwheat flour, Kuttu Poori is very popular in North of India. It has a lovely rustic nutty flavor and if you follow the steps I mentioned below, these kuttu poori will puff beautifully with crispy texture. You pair these pooris with aloo sabzi and I have shared a simple Vrat aloo sabzi too.

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Tetor Daal (Bitter Gourd Yellow Mung Stew)

Tetor Daal – daal is a light lentil stew with a hint of bitter taste from using bitter gours. It is a quintessential Bengali dish, most commonly prepared during summer months. Bitter gourd is known to cleanse your palate and soothe your tummy, which makes this stew ideal for a detox diet.

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Panko Crusted Salmon

Seafood often makes a quick weeknight meal as it comes together effortlessly. This Panko Crusted Salmon is a regular in our house for several years now. It is absolutely fuss free to make and can be served in several ways. Enjoy with salad or rice, pasta or some garlic bread like we did. The big fillet of salmon took less than 5 minutes to prep and took about 17 minutes to bake in the oven.

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Homemade Paneer

If you enjoy Indian food, then you must have tasted Paneer in some form of curry. It's one of the most common vegetarian ingredient used on a daily basis. While Paneer can be easily found in Indian stores, frozen aisle, Homemade Paneer can take the dish to a whole new level. I have shared all the tips and tricks you need to know to prepare Homemade Paneer.