Goan Neureos (Nevris) Recipe by Eva Braganca’s Recipes

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Ingredients — For dough: 2 Cups – All-purpose flour (260 grams), 1/4 Cup – Melted Clarified butter (65 grams), 1/2 Cup – Water, 1/2 tsp – Salt ; For filling: 1 tbsp – Poppy seeds, 2 tbsp – Clarified butter, 10 – Almonds Whole, 15 – Cashew nuts whole, 10 – Pistachio whole, 1/2 – Cup – Desiccated coconut, 1/2 – Cup – Semolina, 15 – Raisins, 1/2 tsp – Cardamom powder, 3/4 cup – Powdered sugar, Salt to taste


Broccoli Fritters

broccoli , make ahead , vegetarian

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Amongst the meat packages and frozen produce I also like to stock my freezers (yes, plural) with healthy items that work for a quick meal when I’m not as prepared as I’d like to be. The best ones can be made into an entree for any meal of the day with items I typically have around anyway. These broccoli fritters have turned out to be just exactly that.

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Made up of mostly broccoli and whatever cheese you like, these serve as a healthy and neutral base for nearly anything. Breakfast? Top with sautéed bell peppers and a couple of eggs. Lunch? Serve over a warm grain salad and your favorite salad dressing. Dinner? Prepare a broccoli slider with a large grilled (or baked) bell pepper, a couple slices of bacon, and a spicy aioli. Their individually small stature also makes them great for an appetizer or potluck. The world is…

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Quick and Easy Garlic Mushrooms

, vegan , vegetarian , easy and quick , easy to adapt , garlic mushrooms , mushroom

Chai With Preethi

I love mushrooms and you will always find some in my grocery cart. I can eat them sauteed, in a curry, biryani or an omelette, pasta, pizza or in a bowl of soup. Earlier, I have posted a recipe for stuffed mushrooms and mushroom curry and added mushrooms in my stir fry, fajitas, etc. (search for mushrooms and you will find all the recipes). This will not be my last.

This recipe usually calls for butter but I have used olive oil. This is a healthier version but tastes as good, actually tastes mouth watering delicious. It is quick to make and uses basic ingredients which you would have in the pantry. I could eat a bowl of this by itself but you could serve it as a side. Depending on the spices you add, you can make it Indian, Chinese or Italian. Enjoy!


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