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"The capacity to learn is a GIFT, the ability to learn is a SKILL & the willingness to learn is a CHOICE." ~ Brain Herbert. This section reflects things I learn from my day to day life. I will primarily write about Technology, Upcoming Digital Marketing Techniques, Sales Approach & some other random learnings. Please note: All the learnings/viewpoints are my own. The way I perceive them without questioning anybody else's thoughts.

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Be it cooking good food or eating good food, I appreciate both. For me, food has healing powers. Been born as a Punjabi & married to a Nepali, I call myself lucky enough to experience both styles of cooking food & this has surely deepened my understanding of food & ingredients used. Join me in the journey where I create some new recipes & re-create some forgotten old recipes.

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Be it cooking good food or eating good food, I appreciate both. For me, food has healing powers. Been born as a Punjabi & married to a Nepali, I call myself lucky enough to experience both styles of cooking food & this has surely deepened my understanding of food & ingredients used. Join me in the journey where I create some new recipes & re-create some forgotten old recipes.

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Be it cooking good food or eating good food, I appreciate both. For me, food has healing powers. Been born as a Punjabi & married to a Nepali, I call myself lucky enough to experience both styles of cooking food & this has surely deepened my understanding of food & ingredients used. Join me in the journey where I create some new recipes & re-create some forgotten old recipes.

Travel

Be it cooking good food or eating good food, I appreciate both. For me, food has healing powers. Been born as a Punjabi & married to a Nepali, I call myself lucky enough to experience both styles of cooking food & this has surely deepened my understanding of food & ingredients used. Join me in the journey where I create some new recipes & re-create some forgotten old recipes.

Chawal ka Paratha

Coming from a punjabi family, this paratha holds a very dear place in my heart & childhood memories. This also emphasis on how we can reuse rice in different ways & create something new out of it every time.

Let’s get started with this easy peasy recipe wherein all you need is:

  • Leftover Boiled Rice: 1 Katori
  • Salt: As per taste
  • Green Chilli: 2
  • Coriander leaves – finely chopped
  • Ajwain: 1 tsp
  • Red Chilli Powder: 1/2 tsp

Mix all the ingredients for filling.

Roll the dough for paratha, follow the regular process of paratha making & cook with nicely & crisp with Desi Ghee.

I hope you guys will try it & your family will like it.