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Tropical Fruit Salad With Honey Lime Dressing

Hi folks, I'm back with a simple fruit salad recipe. It has been a month since I posted a recipe in Pavi's Kitchen. My mom and in-laws are here, we are all enjoying and spending the time togetheršŸ˜Š My day blooms in a beautiful way learning and cooking different dishes from them. Recently, I made a tropical fruit salad recipe with honey lime dressing for our mid morning snack. I tried this fruit salad based on the availability of fruits in our nearby grocery store, so you may exercise your choice with seasonal fruits.
The honey-lime dressing gives a sweet and sour taste to the fruit salad which helps to balance the excess sweetness of the fruits. Everyday, I usually include at least two varieties of fruits in my diet to beat the sugar crave. I love to try seasonal fruits but mangoes, jack fruit and papayas are my favorite ones. In San Diego, Ataulfa and Ketit variety of mangoes are available through out the year but nothing can beat my favorite Indian "Banganapalli mangoes&…

Lettuce Salad Recipe | Indian Lettuce Salad | Green Salad Recipes

Green leaf lettuce salad recipe

Lettuce Salad Recipe | Indian Lettuce Salad | Green Salad Recipe with detailed step by step images.
This green leaf lettuce salad recipe is made from basic veggies along with lemon olive oil dressing. It is a simple wholesome salad and quite easy to make. You can use any variety of lettuce that includes romaine, green leaf, iceberg, red leaf, butterhead lettuce, etc.

Recipe: Green Leaf Lettuce Salad
Serves: 2 Region - Indian style Course: Salad Diet: Vegetarian | Vegan Prep time - 15min Author: Pavithra
Green leaf lettuce - 1/2 bunch
Red onion - 1/4 sliced
Cucumber - 1
Tomato - 1 small
Avocado - 1
Lemon juice - 2 tsp
Olive oil - 2 tbsp
Pepper - 1 tsp crushed
Salt - 1/4 tsp / As per taste. For extra spice - Red paprika / Green chilies

How to prepare salad dressing:
Take a small bowl. Pour olive oil, lemon juice, crushed pepper, and salt. Whisk it well with a fork or whisker. (Note - Add red paprika or finely chopped green chilies if you want some extra …

Kesar Badam Burfi Recipe | Almond Burfi Recipe | Kesar Badam Katli

Kesar badam burfi recipe | Almond katli recipe

Kesar Badam Burfi Recipe | Saffron Almond Burfi Recipe| Kesar Badam Katli recipe with detailed step by step photos, health benefits, and nutrition facts. Burfi is a traditional Indian sweet prepared during festivals such as Diwali, Holi, and Navaratri.
Badam katli is a rich and wholesome dessert. It tastes incredibly delicious and the soft texture is so addictive to eat plus the badam flavor would definitely make you crave more.
The term burfi is derived from the Persian word barf, which means snow. It is a type of fudge or mithai that is usually made from powdered nuts like almonds, cashews, pistachios, walnuts, etc.
Badam katli is an Indian style almond fudge that looks semi-dry. And it has a soft & chewy texture which is irresistible. It is traditionally cut into a diamond shape and the thickness varies from quarter to half-inch in size. In India, katli is sometimes called Katri which means "slice", and burfi is pronounced as…

Boiled Moong Dal Salad | Mung Bean Salad | Green Gram Salad Recipe

Boiled Moong Dal Salad | Mung Bean Salad | Green Gram Salad Recipe 

Moong Dal Salad | Boiled Moong Salad | Mung Bean Salad Recipe | Green Gram Salad with detailed step by step photos.
Green is the color of life, nature, freshness, organic, energetic, health, youthfulness, renewal, and growth. As you all know that I love to eat colorful salads and every week I post at least one salad recipe in my blog. So today we will see how to make a green salad recipe.
This salad includes my favorite veggies along with boiled green gram which is also known as green mung bean. I have also added semi-raw mango for the sour flavor. In case, if the mango is not available, you can sprinkle some dry mango powder (amchoor/amchur powder).

The yellowish tint of semi-raw mango gives a beautiful color to the green salad which is a feast for the eyes. Yes, cooking is an art and I love to show my creativity in presenting the food. In fact, feed your kids in this way to make them eat raw vegetables and fruits, I'…

Homestyle Paneer Subzi / Healthy Indian Paneer Subzi

Hi folks, I'm so happy to be back with my blogging routine, it's been more than two weeks since I posted a recipe. I would like to share my healthy version of home style "Paneer subzi recipe" which is simple and easy to make. This is a one pot delicious subzi which takes only 10 to 15 mins to prepare. It doesn't contain any fancy ingredients like cashew paste, malai, milk, heavy whipped cream, so it is quite healthy when compared to paneer butter masala and paneer makhni. This subzi needs no grinding, hence it can be prepared in jiffy and this is a perfect side dish for roti, puri, naan, vegetable pulao,rice etc. Paneer is an Indian cottage cheese, a rich source of milk protein, used in making delicious curries and sweets. It is also known as chhena and popular among Indian, Nepali and Sri Lankan cuisines. Paneer can be prepared at home from the scratch but today I have used a store bought paneer to make this recipe. Alright let's get started with the recipe!

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