Sweet Potato Kheer is an easy Indian dessert prepared commonly for everyday celebrations.
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Simple Sambhar but loaded with goodness. One can add more vegetables like gourd, brinjals, okra, pumpkin, etc
So all those cheesy-easy-breezy pastas take the kitchen by storm and I try everything possible with the help of online cook books, share pics and get enough of attention for so called fancy culinary skills. And as days pass all I want was nothing more than steamed rice and dal.
Welcome aboard! I was not all excited to cook proper meals, (you can read it as a simple sambhar and rice 😬) . It was out of bad craving for home cooked. So I decide to try it with mom by my side, okay by my virtual side.
Chopping veggies, cooking dal before hand, so far so good. One part which I repel in making sambhar is extracting tamarind extract. No!
But I see no shortcuts here so I get going in soaking it in hot water as long as possible to make the process less daunting.
Here it goes…
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