Dhaniya and Makhana Panjiri – Janamashtami Prashad

This is an aromatic panjiri which my mom-in-law prepares for the occasion. It can be eaten on fasting days and we have it as a sweet dish post meals on non-fasting days. This is commonly prepared in Punjabi and UP households on the eve of Janamashtami. It is a very easy to make dry preparation and storable for a long time.

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Grilled Potato Chaat with Coriander Flavour

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Coriander Mint Chutney with Spring Onion and Raw Mango

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Masala Paneer Sandwiches in Coriander Mint Gravy

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This is a recipe I picked from Raaga’s blog. I was desperate to do some short time baking and these savoury cookies looked so tempting in pics that she put up on her blog. …

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