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Plattershare Recipe Contest July 2015

Plattershare Recipe Contest July 2015

Plattershare aims to bring whole of the FnB industry together and food lovers are the heart and soul of the industry. At Plattershare, we always look forward to appreciate the knack of cooking and joy of eating as these are the most humble, satisfying and soul-searching jobs on earth.  To celebrate the love for food, admire your kitchen and share the happiness of telling the story behind your signature dishes to the world of food …

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Cooking is an art and here are some Artists we know!

Cooking is an art and here are some Artists we know!

Love of Food is in the air and thanks to all our patron chefs who particpated in our recipe contest. It was a warm reception that, Aarti Sharma, Farnaz Fathima, Malvika Sharma, Shruti J,  Preeti John Nawani, Amarendra Mulye, Leena Aghi, Vessie Simmons, Uma Singhania, Abhinav Dhiman and Akshat Dimri gave this very first recipe contest organized by Plattershare. The contest gifts are sponsored by Andore who are making amazing cookwares in their manufacturing unit of Ahmedabad. We might soon have an online shop to buy their stuffs …

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Pasta Ka Rasta (Road to Pasta)

Pasta Ka Rasta (Road to Pasta)

I am really bored! Yes, sometimes even I get bored of cooking. It starts with morning tea. Have you ever wondered that preparing such a simple beverage takes so much time?  It’s such a herculean task that even Hercules would feel elated to bear the weight of earth rather than prepare a cup of tea. First put water in the pot. I am sure 90% of you would do this every morning with your eyes …

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My Love “Mangifera Indica” (aka Aam/King of fruits/Mango)

My Love “Mangifera Indica” (aka Aam/King of fruits/Mango)

My sweetheart’s name is Mangifera Indica. It should be yours too. Mangifera Indica was my first crush (literally). Mangifera Indica is a mango variety. These mangoes come every summer and break my heart when they disappear from the market, leaving me pining for more and enduring an antagonizing wait for the next summer. Being the “dramebaaz” that I am, I break out into a song: Last Summer I gave you my heart; the very next …

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Top 5 Easy To Prepare Home Cooked Desserts

Top 5 Easy To Prepare Home Cooked Desserts

As the holidays are right around the corner, meals are already being planned. Dinner is never complete without dessert, so it is important to find something quick and delicious that includes ingredients already stored or on hand. Sites like foodinsurance.com often offer ingredients that may be included. Here are five easy to prepare homemade desserts.   Old Fashioned Apple Pie Ingredients: 1 package of vanilla instant pudding mix 1 cup apple juice 3 cups chopped …

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Pancakes – A healthy breakfast!

Pancakes – A healthy breakfast!

Around the world, Pancake is the most commonly eaten dish for breakfast (though it can be eaten at any time of the day), majorly in west. This simple dish is so common and famous that it is cooked in every house in west with bit of secrecy followed in its ingredients. And have uncountable food chains dedicated to this culinary only. It is not only delicious but also full of protein and that is the …

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Momos

Momos

Refined Vegetable Oil – 5 table spoon Cabbage – 2 Carrot – 2 Onion – 5 Capsicum – 1 Vineger – 2 to 3 spoon Chilli sauce- 2 spoon Salt to taste Black pepper to taste Flour(maida) Water for steam FOR MOMO’S SAUCE Red Dry Chilli-10 to 15 Tomato – 2 Salt to taste Water Vineger – 2 spoon Recipe: Chop all the vegetables into very small pieces. Take a frying pan. Pour Oil and …

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Healthy and Hearty Sprouts Masala

Recipe Type*: Dietary Food Ingredients and Recipe*: Moong beans – 1 Cup Grams (Kaale Chane) – 1/2 Cup Tomato – 1 large Onion – 1 large Lemon Juice – 2 Table spoons Green Chilly – 2 thin and small Vegetable Refined oil – 1 teaspoon Cumin Seed – 20 – 25 seeds Salt – To taste Black peppper – Pinch Full Rock Salt – To taste Soak Moong beans and grams in a bowl. Let …

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