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Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Mildly crispy on the esges, but chewy inside, these Oatmeal Raisin Cookies are a favorite all year round. With the flavors of brown sugar, vanilla and a hint of cinnamon, these cookies got the best flavor and texture. Plus, did I say it’s SUPER EASY to make? Just a pan, and a wooden spoon or a rubber spatula is all you need.

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Chicken Salli

Sometimes you come across a dish that you never tasted before but then you get too excited and jump right on to it. Chicken Salli is one of those most recent experience for us. I never tastes the dish before or heard, but this Thanksgiving I wanted to try. While this Chicken Salli recipe may be absolutely authentic, but the curry is a crowd pleaser and so good on cold winter days.

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Rajma Masala

Rajma Masala is one of the most popular North Indian vegetarian curry. It is  prepared with red kidney beans in a spiced tomato based gravy. It is traditionally prepared with dried red kidney beans. But you can also be prepare with canned beans to make it faster on busy nights. Paired with steamed white rice, it’s a very comforting hearty meal. Here I am sharing with you both the method of preparing in stove stop and electric pressure cooker.

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Stir Fried Shrimp with Lemon Aioli

Stir fried shrimp is one of my fav seafood appetizers! It’s super quick, very easy and you can change it up by adding different variety of spices every time. With zingy Lemon Aioli, this stir-fried shrimp turns into finger licking good.

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Orange Curd

Apart from chocolate, cake and cookies, this is also the season for citrus. One of the indulging ways to enjoy citrus is in the form of curd. Easy to make, requires very few ingredients and can be used in several different ways. This Orange Curd can be topped on your pancake, or oatmeal. Sandwich it in between cookies, macaron or fill in donuts. During the Holiday season, it makes a great edible gift!

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Savory Star Bread

I have always loved baking pull part bread, especially the savory kind. This Christmas, I wanted to try Savory Star Bread and I was blown away with how pretty it can look. A centerpiece for any festive dinner table. If you are intimidated with the idea, then watch the detailed VIDEO and you will realize how easy it is.