Indian sporting events recipes costing less than $3.0 per serving

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Orange Iced Tea with Mint and Lime

Orange Iced Tea with Mint and Lime

Last year a friend of mine from Hong Kong got a packet of Chinese tea leaves called "Poli", I am not a tea…

Hina Gujral
Apr 2014
Advanced
2 votes
5711 views
Piccalilli Relish

Piccalilli Relish

The final harvest of green tomatoes I relegated to a batch of Piccalilli, a relish of East Indian origin. Just can't get enough of that lightly…

Salad Foodie
Nov 2016
Professional
1 vote
7821 views
Nankhatai Recipe (Indian Eggless Shortbread Cookies)

Nankhatai Recipe (Indian Eggless Shortbread Cookies)

Nankhatai Recipe is a classic Indian eggless shortbread cookies prepared with ghee and gram flour. These days…

Hina Gujral
Sep 2015
Advanced
1 vote
2557 views
Mango Malai Kulfi

Mango Malai Kulfi

Kulfi is a popular frozen dairy dessert from the Indian Subcontinent. It is often described as "traditional Indian Subcontinent ice cream".It is…

Aparna Anurag
May 2013
Advanced
1 vote
3376 views
Mmmmm.....Mutton Kofta

Mmmmm.....Mutton Kofta

This is a lip-smacking main dish recipe that you can prepare.This kofta recipe is truly delicious as the koftas are crispy on outside and melts in…

Renu Guru
Aug 2017
Advanced
1 vote
2547 views
Kuskara

Kuskara

This is a great snack/breakfast and a good use of left over Chapatis/Rotis. This is also known as Kuskara and Fodnichi poli. This is a typical…

Deepti Naik
Jul 2010
Intermediate
1 vote
7403 views
Kiwi Ka Panna Recipe (Indian Style Kiwi Sherbet)

Kiwi Ka Panna Recipe (Indian Style Kiwi Sherbet)

Kiwi Ka Panna Recipe is a simple Indian style sherbet made with charred or roasted kiwis, flavored with fresh…

Hina Gujral
Jul 2015
Advanced
1 vote
2190 views
GaJaR-Ka-HaLwA

GaJaR-Ka-HaLwA

In all most, 5 out of ten Hindi movies the name of this sweet...delicious..famous sweet dish is mentioned...:D Traditional,halwa required lots of…

Sangeeta Shah
Apr 2013
Advanced
1 vote
3177 views
Onion Bhajia (or Pakora)

Onion Bhajia (or Pakora)

This is an excellent snack and goes well with beer, wine or any soft drink. Best eaten when hot from the frying pan. One could replace onion with…

Haresh Shah
Mar 2008
Intermediate
2 votes
8850 views