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Plain lightly salted Puris

Plain lightly salted Puris

This is a substitute to having Chapattis.  It is deep fried and can be eaten with sweet dish like Mango pulp, Rice pudding.  It can also be eaten with many dry Indian dishes like crispy potatoes, dry lamb mince curry.  It is soft and fluffy, very moreish when eaten hot. As it is deep fried it is not often […]

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Kharkharia - Sweet crispy Puris -  Diwali special recipe

Kharkharia – Sweet crispy Puris – Diwali special recipe

Kharkharia is a sweet unique and delicious puris is prepared for Diwali, Hindu festival of light. It can be eaten with masala tea or as a snack. Diwali food is shared with families and friends. It is deep fried and contains sugar; therefore it is only made on special occasions. In North India they call […]

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Ranju Indian Recipes - Succulent Lamb curry on the bone or Bone less with Baby Potatoes (Optional)

Succulent Lamb curry on the bone or Bone less with Baby Potatoes (Optional)

This delicious lamb curry is authentic Asian dish which is easy to make. It can be cooked with thick sauce or lightly soupy consistency. This can be eaten with boiled rice, hot chapattis, hot Nan, warm bread, bhaturas (Fried Puri’s). It can be accompanied by sliced red onions and cucumber salad with a dash of […]

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Ranju Indian Recipes - Spicy Puri

Thikhi Puri (Spicy Puri)

One of our Sunday breakfast favourites, this snack goes perfect with chi tea or even normal. It is a snack which can be eaten hot or cold and it goes perfectly with loads of other snacks. We like to take them on road trips and eat it with a dry potato curry, just perfect for […]

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