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Dear mam
I publish my racipe your magzine .
Please publish my racipe .cooking my hobby.
Query posted by : samta sharma on 27-Mar-2017

Which recipe are you talking about?

are you having your recipes videos on websites to understand more clear to us that how to cook the food or desert or any items?
Query posted by : jigneshkumar on 22-Feb-2017

I am still working on it.

I bake cakes in microwave convection mode the sides of the cake does not get browned only top of the cake gets browned

please help me
Query posted by : Anjali on 14-Feb-2017

Well only the exposed part will get brown. Provided the whole top gets brown, it is alright.

Mam .. ....ive got cooking competition in my college and need win....im planning to do chettinad. As per your instructions I've made chettinad masala but don't know for which recipe to use moreover can you give me advice on combinations in chettinad.I would be more thankful to you
Query posted by : Iswarya on 28-Oct-2016

Iswarya, I do not know too much about Chettinad cooking to give you a lot of options. But you could make Chicken or fish:

You can make a paste of the masala with a little curd or vinegar and marinate the fish or chicken. then you make a masala of tomato and onions and cook the chicken or fish in it. Or for a dry preparation after marinating for 3-4 hours pan fry and cook.

I have read your recipe to make white butter.

my ques is to make white butter i need a certain quantity of malai so how to collect and store malai so that it retain its natural ingredients.

thanks for replying and thank you for such nice recipies
Query posted by : meena bhatia on 18-Jul-2016

I just collect it in a bowl with a cover, refrigerated. I would keep it for a maximum of five-six days.

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