Category: #Fruits and Flowers

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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Gooseberry: Aamla in Hindi

Hey, all today, we going to know about our seasonal fruit  Gooseberry. Gooseberries are a small, round to transversely spherical shape, and have a light green color. In the winter season in India, the market is full of gooseberries. Fresh gooseberries taste like sweet-sour. Gooseberry’s outer layer is […]

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Saffron: Water and Oil

Saffron Water and Oil for daily use: Hi, In my last blog I have shared about saffron, today I will share about saffron but not a recipe. People use to share the saffron recipes like how and where to use saffron but, I wanted to share why we […]

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Lime or Lemon: Nimbu in Hindi

Hey, it’s passing rain season and starting the autumn. Means the transition period from summer rain to winter means a lot of fresh lemons, herbs, and fresh vegetables. Yes! Today we are going to talk about fresh lime and lemons. This blog we are going to distribute in […]

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Safflower: Kusum a Flower Herb

Safflower is a plant which flowers and seed oil also used as medicine. Safflower is opposite to saffron, has an aroma that is very rich, but more suggestive of a sweet, chocolaty, tobacco. Another difference is that, unlike saffron, the taste is much weaker than the smell and […]

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Dry Coconut: Naariyal in Hindi

  Hey Friends! In my last article, I promise you all that we will discuss coconut in two parts first is Tender coconut and the other one is Dry Coconut. As per my words in my article we discussed tender coconut, now the turn is for dry coconut. […]

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