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Shakshuka

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  Shakshuka is a traditional breakfast food in Israel and throughout the Middle East. But in my perception, it would be great to have at any time of the day. This Mediterranean One- skillet, slowly cooked recipe is prepared in a juicy, spicy, tangy tomato sauce with eggs poached in the sauce I have made this recipe with my Indian touch, therefore goes great with rotis, pav, dal-rice etc. This is the simplest recipe of all time. And my family loves to eat this with dal-rice. It is one of the delicious comfort foods on our weekly menu. It is not only delicious but also   nutritious and filling high in good quality proteins and several vital vitamins like vitamin A, vitamin D etc. Hope you all like this recipe. Please let me know how your outcomes, thoughts etc on this recipe is. And if you tried the recipe don’t forget to share your photos on social media and tag me on that. Get in touch with me on: Facebook   Instagram  Pinterest  Preparation Time : 10-20 min Cooking Time :

Besan ka cheela

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Besan ka Cheela or Indian pancake or gram flour pancake or vegetarian omelette call it... whatever you want. It is a popular Indian breakfast recipe. Which is very easy and simple to make and also a healthy option to kickstart your day. Although the recipe I am sharing today is very simple with few veggies, but you can add any vegetables of your choice to make it more nutritious and filling. The besan cheela can also be a quick snack for tea time and also a good option for tiffin box. It's easy to sneak in some veggies to kids meal and give a good healthy snack. You have besan cheela with mint chutney or tomato ketchup or even with curd. It's just delicious. As I saw in many recipes online takes besan directly but I prefer my gram flour to be roasted first so that I didn't get any raw flavour of besan. So it's ok if you don't roast the flour if you don't want but I suggest roast it because it gives a unique flavour to besan ka cheela which make it really