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Dal

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Dal is a dried lentil that has been split, hull removed. There is an abundant variety of dal in India. Dal is also a comforting dish made by cooking dried split pulse until it becomes the delightful thick gravy. The simple flavor of dal is grown on me. I am loving it so much I

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Dabeli Sandwich

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When I was first arrived in India, one of the dishes I fell in love with right away was Dabeli. It’s the delectable spiced potato sandwich in a perfectly crispy grilled bun. I have Dabeli very often, but street food here is not all that great when it comes to hygiene. A few weeks ago

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Banana and Strawberry Gelato with Just 2 ingredients

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I have been trying my best to stay healthy after the whole GM Diet thing. To be honest, I have already gained 1 kg back a day after I was off the diet. I am living in fear that it would be all for nothing if I gradually gained all what I’ve lost back soon.

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Farfalle with Kale

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I adore healthy ingredients. Not only they taste so earthy and look so gorgeous, they are also packed with nutrients. Something like Kale is very rich with iron. I love kale in soup or even stir fried on the side of my meat dishes. But what I’m about to show you is this humble, rustic

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Easy Cajun Beef Stew

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I was on a secret diet. GM diet. I will tell you about that later, but first, let me share you one of the most satisfying recipe I have eaten when I was on that diet. After being stripped from the right of having any kind of meat for 4 days, on the 5th day

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Tofu and Noodle with Sticky Plum Sauce

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Noodle is my comfort food. There are so many ways to whip it up. It doesn’t need a lot of time to cook, and it can go with anything. From a simple stir fry to a bowl of steamy noodle in hot broth, every kind of noodle dishes is so comforting, and I love them

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Grilled Steak with Mashed Pumpkin and Tomato Basil Salad

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I don’t like mashed potato, and somebody thinks it’s blasphemy. It’s a shame, I don’t really like anything potato except for French fries… oh, and maybe hash browns. So instead of mashed potato, I make mashed pumpkin to go with a dish like grilled steak or baked chicken. Pumpkin is so light, sweet, healthy, full

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Pumpkin Spice Latte with Asian Twist

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This time of the year, you can find pumpkin spice latte recipes all over the internet, but what if we can throw an Asian twist in it? This would make an interesting cup of pumpkin spice latte, right? I love pumpkin spice latte. It’s warm and comforting. It’s cozy, and it’s everything this season is all

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Chickpeas Coleslaw

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I love coleslaw. Mmmmm, coleslaw and fried chicken, it’s one of my favorite food combo. But since we have pledged to eat clean, I make my coleslaw a little healthier. Chickpeas are so delicious and healthy. They are high in fiber, it’s a good source of protein and minerals for vegetarians, and they are excellent

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Chinese Herbal Chicken Soup

Whenever Yaseen caught a fever, it’s extremely difficult to make him take medicine. Do you have the same problem with your kid? I don’t know what to do. Whatever we did, playing good cop, bad cop, we couldn’t seem to force the medicine down his throat. So to make him feel better and taking medicine is

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