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Rooting for Radish Paratha by Surbhipitti

Nagaur, Rajasthan, IN

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Radish paratha is a traditional Indian punjabi cuisine delicacy served usually with butter,
curd and pickle. these exotic stuffed paratha can be divine when served with
lip smacking curries. while, it is usually served during breakfast.
but can also be consumed for lunch and dinner too.

Berry Best " Preserved Gooseberries in Sweet Syrup" by Surbhipitti

Nagaur, Rajasthan, IN

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An invaluble winter preserve. We call this recipe " Amlaa Murabba".Amlas(Indian Gooseberries) are major ingredient in
serveral herbal tonics as they are reputed to be good for liver,eyes,hairs and stomach. Amlas are the
richest known source of Vitamin C. Gooseberries Abundantly available during the winter months.
We Indian use gooseberries in pickle in digestive powders and dried them with sugar or salt or both
to eat after every meal for good digestive system.

GrateFULL Paneer tikka by Surbhipitti

Nagaur, Rajasthan, IN

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A popular paneer recipe prepared from marinating paneer chunks with
spices and yogurt and grilled in a tandoor or tawa.
it is an adapted recipe from the popular chicken tikka recipe for
non meat eaters or paneer lovers.a popular veg starers or appetizer recipe
which is heavily popular in india and also other south east asian countries.
basically this in dry version of paneer tikka which is served as party starters.

We all have BEANS by Surbhipitti

Nagaur, Rajasthan, IN

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included all beans you said "Must including one of them or any five" I was confused which to pick
or not to, So picked them all. Working on beans project was a great experience to know about beans,
their facts,their history and culture.It was really fun to draw them,incorporate with them many illustration
styles which i am familier with.I draw them with history facts of them because their health facts,and dishes
so similar because all of them are very nutritious and all beans go with rice.
I hope i successfully expressed which i want to show in my illustrations.

Kanda Poha "Famous Indian Breakfast" by Surbhipitti

Nagaur, Rajasthan, IN

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Kanda Poha is a typical breakfast from state of Maharashtra made with flattened rice.
Flattened rice is also known as beaten rice. If you ever get a chance to visit Mumbai,
you will find this dish in each and every restaurant for breakfast or evening snack.
Indians love this dish and it is also served as an easy evening snack.
Kanda in Marathi simply means onions or veggies.
This breakfast dish has onions but I love to add other vegetables too.
So, sharing the recipe for Kanda Poha today.
It is an easy peasy breakfast option and healthy too with all fresh vegetables.