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To get really soft chapatis, the trick lies in the kneading. Use fresh yoghurt or milk instead of water!
When you're done kneading the dough and it is smooth, wet your hand with water and run it all over
the surface of the ball of dough. Cover with a damp cloth and set aside for half an hour before using.
Eaten too much and feeling under the weather? Zap the nausea, burning sensation, acidity and general
uneasiness with ingredients from your own kitchen!
Mix the juice from half a lime and 1/2 a teaspoon of ginger juice in a glass of hot water and drink
thrice a day.
Chew a teaspoon of aniseed/fennel seeds.
Grind 1 tsp each of coriander seeds, caraway seeds and cardamom seeds and grind into a powder.
Take a teaspoonful with water, before each meal.
cripsy honyasathi bhijavtanna tyat Barfache pani ghalave mhanje te chhan kurkurit
hotat