A signature dish invented by MTR for a healthy & wholesome breakfast. A delicious, traditional breakfast, ready in an instant.
Deliciously soft and tempting gulab jamuns that melt in the mouth. A traditional Indian sweet for everyday celebrations.
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MTR Gulab Jamun
Gulab Jamun is a rich dessert consisting of mava and flour dumplings that have been deep-fried in ghee till golden brown and then soaked in thick sugar syrup. The Gulab Jamun is believed to have originated in Persia and then to have spread to the Mediterranean region. Indian cooks are said to have adopted the recipe from them.
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This is one of the very few Andhra dishes that uses the kadipatta (curry leaves) in limited quantities. Instead, the recipe prefers to add hara dhaniya (coriander) to accord a distinct flavour to the gud (jaggery) and imli (tamarind) combination. Remember to add the hara dhaniya only at the end and then to keep the dish aside for at least 10 minutes so as to allow the unique flavours to seep in well before serving.
Everyone's favorite crispy and golden rice dosas. A delicious traditional breakfast that fills your tummy.
To make the authentic fluffy lemon rice in which the grains stand distinctly apart, add the juice of the lemon right at the end. If added to the seasoning, the juice will make the rice bitter. Another important detail is to use just a pinch of haldi and to let the lemon juice enhance the brilliant yellow colour of the dish. Chitranna is best made well ahead of meal times as it allows the rice to absorb all the flavours well and taste great.