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Paneer khurchan

Being vegetarian paneer | cottage cheese is a great option for high protein dairy diet, usually we all  consume dairy products as they are rich in calcium and protein and cottage cheese is an all time favorite, there are so many veriaties of paneer dishes popular among foodies like butter paneer masala, tandoori tikka masala, navratan korma, paneer korma etc etc...paneer khurchan is one of them. 
The term khurchan is usually associated with milk products. It can mean different things but one common usage is that when you reduce milk, the khurchan is the stuff you scrape off from the bottom. And indeed, the term khurchan comes from khurachna or to scrape and therefore suggests the scrapings from the bottom of the pot. The initial references that I have heard in the context of khurchan have been from the Awadh region. Meat from the sigri was added to the remnants of a musallam or a dum dish, mixed well on the fire with a scraping motion and the result was a khurchan. The final touches for …

Khooba roti

Being brought up in Rajasthan I saw people making these roti in villages we use to call it Angara roti or jadi roti only but I got to know this name 'Khooba roti' while watching a popular cookery show on T.V ....memories took me to those old days when we all five friends used to sit together and aunty (one of my friends mom ) use to prepare these hot crispy rotis with special gatte ki sabji. I simply love the flavors, it’s pretty much mild and simple though… I obviously watched her making it regularly, so refreshed this technique!!! And just gave it a shot…
But believe me, it turned out to be so soft inside and crisp outside. Also, it added an extra star in a complete meal with gatte ki sabji and Mixed Dal (Methi flavored)!!! I strongly recommend you to try out this one…
HOW TO MAKE KHOOBA ROTI

How To Make Perfect Besan ka halwa | Gram flour halwa | prasad

Just another halwa !!!! I am sure you all must be thinking what's the big deal, all halwa are same just few ingredients and halwa ready ....Ha Ha very often I have hard a phrase also HALWA HAI KYA?? Means work is not as simple as halwa ..I always laugh on this phrase because I know when I started cooking, making halwa was not that simple specially BESAN KA HALWA ...sometimes it turns lumpy, sometimes it's  left raw, sometimes over roasted sometimes too dry, and sometimes too liquid ...It took long time to learn perfectly. My father taught me How To Make Perfect Besan Ka Halwa and I have been following the same recipe till now and it never fails ....today I am sharing the same magical recipe with you all and I am sure this Step By Step Recipe Of Besan Ka Halwa will help all beginners who are struggling like i was ...
Besan halwa is a rich, sweet, traditional Punjabi favourite for celebrations and puja. It's also great for curing sore throats. Gram flour halwa enriched with al…