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If street food is your first love, try this recipe of Namkeen Gol Gappa

They say relationships should be like gol gappe – crunchy, a little spicy and full of emotions and we can’t agree more, hardcore street food lovers that we are. If street food is your first love too, we have good news for you as we have dug up a mouthwatering recipe of Namkeen Gol Gappa.

Street food lovers have one thing in common – they eat gol gappe like they’ll never have a chance again. In case you are one of them, check out this recipe of Namkeen Gol Gappa and binge on a unlimited platter of this lip smacking dish till your stomach permits.

Ingredients for 10 puris:

½ cup pomegranate seeds

½ cup masala chana

½ cup boiled corn

½ cup grated processed cheese

¼ cup roasted garlic mayo

2 tsp chaat masala

Juice of 1 lemon

Chopped coriander

Method:

In a mixing bowl, toss together pomegranate seeds,

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Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Spice Honey Dip Recipe

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You know fall is in full swing when the storefront of your local Trader Joe’s looks like a pumpkin patch and the shelves are lined with every pumpkin, maple, and cinnamon apple-flavored food possible. Seeing all of these fall flavors at once led me to my newest discovery: Trader Joe’s homemade pumpkin spice honey dip.

The other day I was scrolling on Trader Joe’s website for new pumpkin spice recipes, and I came across a five-minute recipe card for a pumpkin spice honey dip. As someone who lives for autumn-inspired foods, I was immediately sold. It also didn’t hurt that the dip only calls for three ingredients: pumpkin spice, honey, and vanilla Greek yogurt.

I paid my neighborhood TJ’s a visit and grabbed a carton of yogurt, a few apples, and cinnamon and sugar pita chips for dipping (per the recipe’s recommendation). The pairing was absolute fall perfection. The

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A Pesto Pasta Recipe Ideal for a Weeknight Dinner

LONDON — “What’s for dinner?”

It’s a question we ask ourselves (or is asked of us) every day. The intonation varies. Some days, it’s energized anticipation: “What’s for dinner?! The world is our oyster: Where shall we go?”

Other days, it’s a bit less of an exclamation, and more a case of standing in front of the fridge and wondering, “What on earth is for dinner?” Chances are, it’s dried pasta. Add pesto and some grated Parmesan, and it’s a job done.

For all the ways we could go with every meal (and for all the cookbooks encouraging us to experiment), it’s very easy to get stuck in a kitchen rut. Everyone’s rut — or routine — looks different. For my part, there are nine or 10 meals in fairly constant rotation at home: New meals are tried, of course, but we as a family largely default to the dishes

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Try Guys ‘No Recipe Road Trip’ Picked Up to Series at Food Network

Discovery’s Food Network is hungry for more on-the-road cooking improv escapades from the Try Guys, the YouTube viral-video comedy troupe.

The cabler picked up “No Recipe Road Trip With the Try Guys” to series, with an additional five-episode order. Food Network previously had announced a deal with the Try Guys for a one-off special of the same name; the special will now air as part of Season 1 so there will now be six episodes total. No premiere date has been set for the hour-long “No Recipe Road Trip” series, which likely will be available on both Food Network and Discovery Plus.

In the show, the Try Guys take their no-recipe mentality on the road, testing their mettle in kitchens across America by attempting to whip up a variety of classic dishes and restaurant specialties — with some “surprising and hilarious results,” per Food Network. Pre-production is currently under way

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