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Today i want to share a very interesting recipe with you this is my special way to give my kids a healthy food with lots of yummm yummm feelings this special recipe is" sweet and spicy gooseberry and green chilli fry"
gooseberry's have lots of medicinal value

sweet and spicy gooseberry fry

gooseberry ................250 gm        
green chilly ................250 gm 
panch pooran.............1tbsp
ginger garlic paste........11/2 tsp
mustard oil .................2 to 3 tbsp per taste
red chilly powder........1tsp
coriander powder........1tsp
turmeric powder...........1/2 tsp
sugar or jaggery ...........1 tsp
for this you required hand picked good quality gooseberries wash and boil gooseberries till tender or pressure cook for 3 to 4 min ... cut green chillies  
now heat oil in a pan and put panch pooran in it stir and add ginger garlic paste stir till light golden in colour add all dry masalas/powders and mix well . add gooseberry and chillies in it and mix well mix well and cook till oil separate add sugar or jaggery in it and cook till sugar dissolve delicious gooseberry fry ready to serve .
serve gooseberry fry with spacial lachcha parantha . i am sure your kids will love this vege if you have some more nice idea's share with exotica we'll be gr8 full      


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