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images (1)Food is a universal necessity, but it is only human beings who endeavour to transform food into something more. If you see the cultural diversity of the world, you would realise that the palates are formed by socio-cultural influences, but the act of cooking itself is a spiritual pursuit.

It’s not just what you eat that can make you more satisfied—it’s how you eat, too. Check out some amazing recipes in this section and try them at home.

  • Potato puffs

    Potato puffs
    This kid friendly recipe can be a great party snack and also goes really well with evening tea. Ingredients 250 gm potatoes 1 teaspoon chopped ginger 1 teaspoon cumin seeds
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  • Cheesy Baked Rice

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    Ingredients  2 cups leftover rice 1/2 cup marinara sauce 2 cups mixed veg- broccoli, beans, carrots, corns and peas. 1/2 cup mozzarella cheese (shredded) 2 tablespoons parmesan cheese Oil- 1
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  • Peri Peri fried rice

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    Ingredients Peri Peri spice mix- 4 teaspoons (Use less if you prefer less spicy) If Peri peri spice mix is not available use -1/2 teaspoon each of Garlic powder, Paprika, black
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  • Dal palak recipe

    Dal Palak
    Ingredients   ½ cup Moong dal or Toor dal (split pigeon pea)- anyone can be used Salt- to taste 1 teaspoon turmeric 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon chili powder 1
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  • Easy hummus recipe

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    Hummus is a middle eastern dish which can be used as a dip with bread, chips or vegetables. Ingredients 1.5 cup boiled chickpeas (Canned chickpeas can be used as well)
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