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Quench Ur Thirst With Something Healthy and Nice........

I m always Game when it comes to Fresh fruit juices or even Milk Shakes… But when it comes to plain milk m not that fond of it… I can have a cuppa milk at nyt that’s the only time I can drink milk on its own: D Yeh yeh m fussy I know I am sure many of u r there to accompany me :P. It started getting back to the hot sweating days from the rains. Its getting me still crazy, thirsty nd thirsty… Guru always tells me drink atleast a glass of milk or eat curds but I used to avoid it… these days I started listening to him by Drinking Milk Shakes (after all there are fruits also in it apart from milk J ) and he is totally happy… He too enjoys the drink on weekends……. J This was what I made today just to quench the Thirst…… Apple Banana Milk Shake

What I did was peeled 2 Apples and chopped them out….. In the same way peeled 2 bananas and chopped them too and Blended it till smooth. Now I added 2 tbsp of honey and 2 cups of milk and again started blending it for some seconds. And Here it is Ready. Appl…

Makai Gobi

When it comes to corns I love to just boil them add a blob of butter, salt and lime or even pepper…. How Many of U Love It this Way??????  But this time I had fresh corns in abundance and and I had to try varieties of corn delicacies… And as I had a big Cauliflower I ended up making this curry. We have always heard about gobi mutter but this one is something new which I tried and it was just yummy.

Ingredients : Cauliflower - 1
Fresh Corn Kernels- 2 cups
Oil - 21/2 tsp
Tomato paste -1/2 cup(paste of Freshly Ground Tomatoes)
Cinnamon - 2
Cloves -4
Aniseed or saunf- ½ tsp Jeera – ½ tsp

To grind :
Onion - 2
Garlic - 10 pieces
Jeera - 1 tsp
Coriander - 1 1/2 tsp
Cashews - 15
Chilli powder – 1 ½  tsp
Green chillies - 3
Turmeric powder - ½ tsp
Preparation: Cut the cauliflower into big pieces; wash them in cold water and salt. Cook Corn kernels and Gobi separately until done and keep aside.
Heat some oil in a pan add the cloves, saunf,jeera and cinnamon.
Add the ground paste to it; let it boil…

Kesar Badam Milk for Krishna Janmashtami

Krishna Janmashtami is a day on which Lord Krishna was born to Devki and Vasudev. Krishna Janmashtami is also known as Gokulashtami or Gopalkala. On the occasion of Janmashtami, Dahi-Handi is played by young boys and sweets prepared using milk and milk products are served. Read on to find more about significance of Janmashtami, traditions and ritual associated with Janmashtami and how Janmashtami is celebrated.

Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. This religious festival is celebrated throughout India with devotion and enthusiasm on the eighth day of the Hindi calendar month, Bhadon. Janmashtami is also known as Krishnashtami, Gokulashtami and Srijayanti. Everywhere the celebration is colourful and extravagant. The Next day is Mosaru Kudike(In Mangalore) or Dahi Handi(in Maharashtra nd northen pars of India)…… Dahi Handi is celebrated on the next day of Janmashtami, during Nanda Utsav. A pot with the mixture o…