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This is wonderful! Manjula teaches you to make indian vegetarian food. Check out this link:
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This woman shares her favorite recipes and does an excellent job of explaining the best way to make each dish followed. Dishes range from Palak Paneer and Naan and Kheer Pakora Vegetables! Watch and learn, make your meals and enjoy Indian cuisine at home!
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I think that Indian food is quite spicy. But I will give a try. Even though that I don't like spicy food
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