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Ulundogare recipe, ulandogare | Raks Kitchen

Ulundogare, ulandogare is a rice variety made with urad dal (de-husked black gram). It really healthy, so simple to prepare, yet tasty and flavourful. When I was browsing Instagram, saw this ulundhogare and attracted by the name. I also love rice varieties (carbs😁) so decided to try it out. I browsed youtube and found this simple video and followed it to prepare this delicious rice variety. This was similar to the way mom prepares thengai sadam, but the slight variations make it taste totally different. First rice is cooked, cooled down and kept aside. Temper and mixed with rice....

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Facial Muscle Exercise and Proper Skin Care – The Best Way to Reverse Aging

There are many modern techniques which claim to reverse aging, diminish wrinkles and make your skin look glowing and youngish. However, not many of them offer durable results. Moreover, some of them are also damaging your skin, leaving it more prone to wrinkles, stains and fine lines than it was before. Taking into consideration these things, it is hard to choose that procedure which will offer long-lasting results without damaging the skin. If you are one of those women who are looking for the key of eternal youth read on and find out how you can preserve your pretty...

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35 Halloween Images

35 Halloween Images Halloween is celebrated each year on October 31. Halloween dates back to age-old European traditions. It originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would wear costumes and  light bonfires to ward off ghosts. Over time, Halloween evolved into a day of activities like trick-or-treating and carving jack-o-lanterns. Halloween became a community centered holiday, with parades and Halloween parties. Americans spend an estimated $6 billion annually on Halloween, approximately $2.5 billion on Halloween costumes alone. That makes Halloween the country’s second largest commercial holiday...

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7 food tips when in Greece

When studying abroad in Greece what should you look forward to most… is it the beaches? Is it the language? Is it the ruins? While we’re a fan of all of those, let’s be honest with ourselves. We travel to Greece for… THE FOOD. Anyone headed to Greece knows that delicious eating is definitely expected, and maybe you’ve even heard of souvlaki, gyros, or kebab (all musts after a day exploring the city). But before you get on filling your stomach with all sorts of Greek goodies, our Student Ambassador straight outta Michigan State University, Calli Jansen, needs to talk...

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Aam Ki Launji, Sweet And Sour Mango Chutney

Aam Ki Launji, Sweet and Sour Mango Chutney Aam Ki Launji is packed full of flavors, creating a wonderful combination of sweet, spicy, and sour. This can be used as a side dish or as a condiment. My favorite way to serve Aam Ki Launji is with stuffed parathas. This is a quick and easy recipe that adds a lot to your palette! 2-1/2 cup raw cooking mango (cut into byte size pieces, I used 1 mango) 2 Tbsp oil 3 dry red chilies (cut into pieces) 1/8 tsp asafetida (hing) 1/4 tsp nigella seeds (kalonji) 1/4 tsp fenugreek...

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