How To Cook Sweet And Sour Tofu In No Time – Chinese Recipe

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Chinese cuisine has been a part of our lives more than any other cuisines in the world. And in different ways we have added bits and portions to make our own Chinese cuisine to suit our taste buds. Most of their recipes are easy to cook, takes little time and are quite tasty and lip smacking. And if you have a party at home and don’t have enough time to cook then stir fried noodles and some mouth watering side dish are the best options that can save you at that moment.

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Make Your Wedding Party Special With A Ladies Luncheon

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While many people are familiar with the conventional parties associated with weddings such as engagement parties, bachelor or bachelorette parties or even bridal showers, there was a custom in the past for a ladies luncheon to be an integral part of the wedding celebration. This was traditionally a way for the bride to show her appreciation for the bridesmaids, flower girls and other women who have played a special role in the wedding.

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The Power Of A Protein Diet In Your Life

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Although protein is mainly associated with bodybuilding and growing large amounts of muscle, it’s important to ensure that you’re eating enough of it, especially if you work out or do a lot of exercise. Regardless of whether you want to build muscle, not eating enough protein while on a strict fitness plan can have implications on your health. Consuming the right amount for your body weight will ensure that you achieve the results you want, without harming your body, or looking like Popeye!

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How To Make Onion Pakoras (Bhajjis): Recipe

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These onion pakoras (more popularly known as Bhajias or Bhajjis) are great for starters but they can also be eaten alone as snacks, preferably with some green chillies or spicy chutneys and sauces. They’re a popular variety of street foods, which are available in India, and in other countries where Indians reside. They’re quite popular with the Gujarati communities!

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A Basic Guide On Pairing Wine With Sausages

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The humble sausage is one of the most flexible ingredients around, able to be included in everything from casseroles to grill platters. Once you’ve whipped up a tasty meal, what can you have for drink to accompany the meaty flavour of the sausages you’ve chosen? If you’re a wine aficionado, you’ll want to complement these two tastes, creating a food and beverage pairing that actually works well. This guide looks at some different types of sausages and the wines that suit these tastes.

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Cabbage, Mushroom And Coconut Soup: Recipe

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This is one of my favourite soups as it has all the ingredients which are allowed on a high protein diet. It’s quick, easy and delicious.

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How To Easily Make Bread Pizzas At Home: Recipe

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Here’s another quick and easy recipe perfect for a morning or lunch snack or even as part of a main meal starter. Like me, have you always wondered on how to make pizzas easily without the effort of making the base, which can be really time consuming? Well, here’s one way of solving that problem, if you’re short of time, try this quick recipe:

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How To Make Spicy Potatoes Starter Or Mains: Recipe

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This is one of my favourite potato dishes, which I make once a week and takes only 10 minutes to cook. It can also be described as type of “shaak” in Gujarat, India. You can have it as a starter or as part of a mains dish, with some chapatis.

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How To Make Vegetarian Sri Lankan kottu Roti: Recipe

Today we are making and International Dish called Sri Lankan kottu (or Kothu) Roti (also known as Chapati). Again it’s very easy and simple to make – max cooking time 10 mins to serve 2 people.

First you will need to make chapati or if you don’t know how to make a chapati..you can buy ready made chapatis from local Indian grocery stores or alternatively, you can buy ready to cook Tortillas and just heat them up..they will look just like chapatis once cooked to golden brown.

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Where To Go When You’re Fed Up Of Protein Shakes

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The world and its dog seem to be using protein shakes at the moment, and there’s no surprise as to why: these cheap, easy to make concoctions are the perfect supplement for any diet, especially for people on intense training schedules.

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