The low-growing bush basil (Ocimum minimum) is a separate species, but it is probably a variant of sweet basil. Much of the herb grown today is a hybrid, a cross between Ocimum basilicum andOcimum americanum. There are many cultivars of basil that have their own denomination.
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Bite-size round mouth-watering wafers, also known as pappadums. Rolled paper-thin, sun-dried and packed with some serious green chili kick.
Very versatile: Deep fry, Microwave, dry roast on a pan or simply flame roast. Great on its own or serve with pickles, spiced chutneys or a salsa dip.
Shakarpara is a popular Indian snack recipe, which can be easily prepared at home without putting in much efforts. This easy Shakarpara recipe is perfect for binge eating. This Recipe, also known as shankarpalli, sugar coated shakarpare, meethe shakarpara, sweet nimki, meethi nimk.
3 CUPS MAIDA
1/2 TSP SALT
3 TSP GHEE
1 CUP WATER
REST FOR 10 MIN
2 CUPS SUGAR
1 CUP WATER
1 LEMON JUICE
1 TBSP SAFFRON WATER
1 TSP CARDAMOM POWDER
300 ML OIL
DIP THEM INTO SUGAR SYRUP
In a glass bowl add maida, salt mix them. Now add ghee and mix them well. Then add water and mix it well to make a dough.
keep the dough for 10-15 min.
In a pan add sugar, water, lemon juice, saffron water and mix it well. Mix them well to make a sugar syrup.
Take the dough and roll it. Make small ball like shape. You can make this in any shape.
In a pan add oil and deep fry them.
Serve it when cool down.