Lotus Stem-Kamal Kakdi 500g

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Lotus Stem-Kamal Kakdi 500g

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Crispy Lotus Stem or Lassa Flower is an exotic Asian style stir-fried using lotus stems or roots. This famous Asian food treat is sure to leave your taste buds in ecstasy and is a favorite of many when it comes to stir fry recipes. It is very easy to make and can be spiced up by adding ginger, garlic, scallions, onions and various spice to it. You can also use it in salads, stir fries or any other dishes. If you are serving Lassa flower as a salad or as a side dish, you should use olive oil to minimize the amount of fat on your salad. In fact, Lassa flower is commonly served as a side dish with some beef or chicken curries and stir fry as well.

 

Kamal kakdi ki sabzi is another popular Indian vegetable recipe that is frequently included in Indian vegetable recipes. This delicious Indian vegetable recipe is commonly made at home and uses a mix of vegetables like spinach, asparagus, carrots, potatoes and corn. It is made from a mix of these four kinds of vegetable and one or two spices that gives it that unique flavor and rich aroma. One important thing about this recipe is that you need to keep back the unused seeds from the asparagus, carrots and corn so that they don’t get wasted.

 

There are other interesting vegetable recipes that use Lassa flowers or stem in different ways. For example the Ashtanga recipe uses the stems and leaves to make a thick gravy while the Vasa recipe uses the roots and leaves. Rasgulla is another Indian recipe that uses the stems and leaves while the Kachnarai is made using the roots and leaves. The interesting thing about Indian vegetable recipes is that there is no single recipe that fits all.

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