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 Crispy Veg Cutlet Recipe  Cook with Budgett - Simply best yet tasty recipes is all set to again amaze you with outstanding recipes quoted as Crispy Vegetable Cutlet also called as veg cutlet is a crisp, tender patty made with the help of a mixture of hearty veggies made out of fresh herbs and breadcrumbs.  This crispy veg cutlet recipe stands as a popular snack in Indian cuisine and there are plenty of ways to make them and enjoy them. These vegan vegetable cutlets are basically pan-fried to keep it healthy and fully nourished, but as you prefer you can shallow it fry. While there are many words to quote what a cutlet is, but let's stick to the Indian and our version of the cutlet. There are both non-vegetarian versions and vegan as well plant-based versions of cutlets in Indian cuisine. In either way, the cutlet is always still found to be breaded and fried. Cook with Budgett recipe is a veggie cutlet that is suitable for both vegetarians and vegans as well. A crispy veg cutlet i

Haldi Doodh With Honey | Turmeric And Honey With Warm Skimmed Milk | Cook with Budgett

 Turmeric And Honey With Warm Skimmed Milk

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Cook with Budgett brings you this winter special cum simply best yet tasty recipes drink called as Turmeric Latte or Haldi doodh is all the rage now and very close to me as well as my mom used to make me whenever I don't feel good or feeling cold especially, the warmth of our mom I tried to bring in this drink as well, hope you all will love it 

Turmeric has a lot of medicinal properties combined with its ability to heal and warm the body.  In Indian culture especially "haldi doodh with honey" has a place everywhere from medicine to religion. If we get enough of "Haldi ke fayde" then, the plant is pretty enough to be blended in with the ornamental plants in the front yard.

A word to share –  I have seen this drink to be made for 1-2 tbsp of turmeric powder per cup of milk. To me, it feels like an over-usage.  Turmeric is considered very potent and of high potential,  "haldi doodh peene ke fayde" is there no doubt, but taking large amounts on a day-to-day basis may cause unwanted side effects as it's used to say excess of everything is bad.  

Fun Fact -  Indians use turmeric every day, you ask?  Yes, it is true that turmeric is used in everyday Indian cooking, but the amounts used will be much less than 1 tbsp per person.

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  • 1 Cup Milk
  • Quarter Tsp Turmeric
  • 1/4 Tsp Ginger Powder
  • 1/8 Tsp Cardamom Powder
  • 1/8 Tsp Cinnamon
  • 1-2 Pinch Powdered Cloves
  • 1-2 Pinch Black Pepper Powder
  • Honey - As per taste
  • 1-2 Tbsp Crushed pistachios/ Almonds(Optional)

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Warm the milk well and then pour turmeric powder into the milk and stir well. Cover and let rest for a few minutes. The "haldi" seeps into the milk and will turn the milk into golden yellow in color.

Pour enough honey into the glass. Strain the milk if using whole spices. Pour the honey over golden milk and stir it well. If you feel the craving for almonds then, garnish with the crushed pistachios or almonds and enjoy your turmeric and honey in warm skimmed milk!


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