Category: #Fruits and Flowers

Clove: Laung / Lavang in Hindi

Clove is an aromatic flower bud of a tree in the family Myrtaceae, Syzygium aromaticum. Their native is the Maluku Islands (or the Moluccas) in Indonesia. It is also called spice. Clove is a spicy herb. People use the oils, dried flower buds, leaves, and stems to make […]

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Pumpkin Cubes

Pumpkin is broadly used by Europeans, The USA, Australia, Africa, and Caribbeans, But less valued on Britain. Pumpkin used to use in many cuisines in India we use, pumpkin in salty, spicy, and also sweet dishes. Today, I am going to share one sweet dish that very easy […]

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Guava Health Benefits

Guava is a Winter season fruit. From our childhood till now, we love guava. In our youth, we use to climb in the guava tree. We used to pluck guava from the tree and later, eat under the tree, those days, years lived wondrously. I miss that a […]

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Awala Recipes – Part 4

Gooseberry Recipes – Part 4 Yes! This Friday also I am back with some of my favorite Aamla spicy recipes. Today I am going to share spicy Awala chutney and pickles recipes. Before we start, let me clear, this chutney and pickles are very famous in Maharashtra, India […]

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Awala Recipes – Part 3

Gooseberry Recipes – Part 3 I am back with some of my favorite Awala recipes, including jam and jelly. I know that jam and jelly items usually, kids like, but what to do? I also like jam and jelly some sweet and soft texture yummy. So, you got […]

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Awala Recipes – Part 2

Gooseberry Recipes – Part 2 Hey, As per my words, I am back with some more recipes of Awala. Today, I am going to share Morawala/ Awale Ka Murabba (Hindi name) and Chyawanprash quickly as people assume Chyawanprash recipe is challenging. I must say the taste, worth your […]

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Awala Recipes – Part 1

  Gooseberry Recipes – Part 1 As I said, I am back with lots of Awala recipes. Today is a Kids special section. A very natural and yummy dish for kids and you, it is very less time taking. In Indian villages, we use to find small kinds […]

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