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Good Morning Niruji ,

Hope you are doing good.

I have a query related CHAAT MASALA recipe posted in NDTV FOOD website.

Measurements for ingredients used in Chaat masala recipe given in
terms of "CUPS" n "SPOON".
I am finding it difficult as CUPS sizer may vary from house to house.

So, I request you to simplify this, and give measurements in terms of " SPOON".

Thanks & Regardz,
Taha

Query posted by : Taha on 22-May-2015

Taha, whether it is cups or spoons, you should buy a set of measuring spoons and cups, which are readily available in crockery stores. The plastic ones are very economical. Even the spoon used should be a measuring spoon and not one from your kitchen as they vary.

I tried to cook safed vatana in electric pressure cooker after soaking them for about 10 hours as the recipe said. However it took 20 minutes for them to cook . What did I do wrong?
Query posted by : Alka on 26-Apr-2015

Alka, Kabuli chana and vatana do take long to cook. Kabuli chana also takes about 15 minutes to cook soft. Did you put soda in it while soaking? In any case once the pressure jiggles you must keep it at the lowest flame so it does not keep 'whistling'.

I tried to cook safed vatana in electric pressure cooker after soaking them for about 10 hours as the recipe said. However it took 20 minutes for them to cook . What did I do wrong?
Query posted by : Alka on 26-Apr-2015

Alka, Kabuli chana and vatana do take long to cook. Kabuli chana also takes about 15 minutes to cook soft. Did you put soda in it while soaking? In any case once the pressure jiggles you must keep it at the lowest flame so it does not keep 'whistling'.

I tried to cook safed vatana in electric pressure cooker after soaking them for about 10 hours as the recipe said. However it took 20 minutes for them to cook . What did I do wrong?
Query posted by : Alka on 26-Apr-2015

Alka, Kabuli chana and vatana do take long to cook. Kabuli chana also takes about 15 minutes to cook soft. Did you put soda in it while soaking? In any case once the pressure jiggles you must keep it at the lowest flame so it does not keep 'whistling'.

Hello mam,

I like ur petha recipe, but i do not want to use chemical lime in that, is it possible to do without that.

Thanks,
Hema
Query posted by : Hema on 20-Mar-2015

't really know about that Hema. Sorry. I have seen it used all the time. I will tI don't really know about that Hema. Sorry. I have seen it used all the time. I will try and find out,ry and find out, and if I do know of any substitute, I will write back to you, but I doubt very much.
 
 

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