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Papad-A beneficial traditional food 0

Papad is a traditional Indian dish that is widely consumed in Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Punjab, Gujarat, and other parts of India.

This assistance includes Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh, as well as other neighbouring countries.

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All about pickle and its varieties 0

Summer vacations at Grandma's house were never complete without those large white porcelain jars loaded to the brim with delectable pickles, which sat out in the sun on the terrace. When we taste even one spoonful of the humble "achaar," the joy of helping mom and grandma in the kitchen, the meticulous preparation of the ingredients, the addition of varied spices, chatpata masalas, and aromatic oils, our childhoods are quickly revisited. Pickles have been a staple of Indian cuisine for generations and are known by a variety of names across the country, including Loncha in Marathi, Achaar in Hindi, Athanu in Gujarati, and Urukai in Tamil. The term "pickle" comes from the Dutch word "Pickle," which means "to brine." 

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Get healthy and tasty bakery products for your healthy breakfast 0

Every day revolves around biscuits and cookies. Food is one of the most important and necessary commodities in our everyday lives. No one can survive without food, thus regular cookies and biscuits will be required as snacks. Biscuits, on the other hand, are the most crucial and essential part of our breakfast. It can be enjoyed by anyone of any age, from a child to an elderly person, just by dipping it in hot smokey tea. As a result, finding the ideal biscuits is essential.

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Authentic Indian sweets for making your wedding special 0

Weddings in India are treated as festivals, with preparations beginning months in advance of the wedding date. And no Indian wedding is complete without sweets, as we all know. We Indians have a sweet taste, and all we need is an excuse to open that box of mithai. Every celebration, from roka to engagement to wedding, is incomplete without the'moohmeetha' rasam or tradition.

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An Indian Cuisine Dessert - Balushahi 0

Our country is full of diversity in terms of festivals and religions. Sweets are mandatory in each home during the festivals like Holi, Diwali, Eid, Raksha bandhan, and innovation in technology the everything is going online. So, now you can also order sweets online. Celebration in India is incomplete without sweets.

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Sweet Candies- Kid’s Favorite 0

Candy is a sweet treat made primarily of sugar and water, with flavoring and other substances added. Candy is derived from the Persian term for can sugar, as well as the Sanskrit word khanda, which means “a sugar piece”. It comes in different flavors and colors. The color attracts the kids. Kids jump with joy when you offer some candies almost all kids love to enjoy the taste of these sweet candies.

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Traditional sweet to relish the city - Agra 0

The city of Agra is famous for its historical monument " Taj Mahal". It is also from one of the lists of seven wonders of the world. Another thing which makes the city famous is "Agra Petha". You can order sweets online from the FoodFeasta.

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The traditional sweet of Holi- Gujiya 0

Holi is a traditional festival which is celebrated in the beginning of spring and celebrated over two days. Mainly it is a celebration of love, fertility and color.  It is one of the major festival of India.

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