ROOH AFZA FLAVOURED FALUDA (CHINA GRASS PUDDING)




Rooh Afza is a concentrated syrup which is usually mixed with milk or water and sugar and served as a sherbet or drink. And Faluda is a very simple and easy to cook sweet made using milk and Agar Agar (China grass). Adding Rooh Afza to this simple faluda adds a refreshing taste and flavour to it and can be served as a dessert after dinner.

HOW TO STITCH A PATIALA SALWAR / SEWING BASICS




Patiala salwar have always remained in fashion. They are a great blend of utility and style which makes them a must have in our wardrobe. Patiala salwars are worn with short tops or kurtis and are usually stitched with cotton, satin materials, etc. Patialas with embroidery and patchwork are also very popular. Patiala salwars require more cloth than an ordinary salwar. While ordinary salwars require about 2 ½ metres of cloth, patiala salwars require nearly 3 ½ metres of cloth.

NAN KHATAI



Nan khatai is an crunchy and delicious biscuit often made using all purpose flour (maida) and butter. But there are several varieties of nan khatai made using different ingredients. This is an eggless recipe of nan khatai made with all purpose flour, semolina and gram flour and has been adapted from Manjulas Kitchen. This recipe yields 24 to 26 nan khatais.

HOW TO STITCH A SALWAR / SEWING BASICS



Salwar Kameez is one of the most comfortable dresses and hence is largely popular in India as a daily wear. The construction and method of stitching a salwar can be found here. Salwars require about 2 ½ metres of cloth and are usually stitched with non transparent materials. Refer How to stitch a Kameez for stitching a Kameez.

BASICS FOR STITCHING A SALWAR


Before beginning to stitch a salwar, it is necessary to learn how to stitch ankle bands, waist bands and draw string which are essential for stitching all types of salwars.

CHICKEN KOFTAS (MANCHURIAN STYLE)





Koftas are small balls of minced meat mixed with a variety of spices, onions and tomatoes often cooked in simmering masala gravy. Apart from the kofta curry, koftas can also be deep fried or stir fried and served as meat balls. Given below is an innovative Indo Chinese recipe where these traditional Indian meat balls (koftas) are combined with Chinese Manchurian gravy. The combination works wonders and tastes delicious. These chicken koftas in Manchurian gravy can be served as a starter or with fried rice or noodles.

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