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    Ivete (@ pr2-*) on: Wed Mar 10 11:29:25 EST 2004




    Dear Mr. Trivedi,
    This text was so interesting. It was also nice to have you back at the forum to "chat" with us again. It's amazing to think that the recipe of rice pudding above is so old.
    I'd like to take the opportunity to tell you that last Monday I made your recipe of Palak Panner and it was very delicious. I advise the other hubbers to try it.
    Thank you!





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    Hemant Trivedi (@ 203.*) on: Wed Mar 10 22:33:06 EST 2004




    Hello Ivete,
    You know ,I am really missing Forum Hub.It is that I am xtremely busy with my other activities.
    But I am thinking of allotting one day for this corner and I am going to stick to that decision.
    Take care





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    Ivete (@ pr2-*) on: Thu Mar 11 10:53:48 EST 2004




    Hi Mr.Trivedi,
    Hope you really take that decision and come back to the Forum.I'm sure a lot of your friends here are going to appreciate it.
    In the meantime, I wish you success with your other activities.
    Bye!





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    Krishnan (@ 12.1*) on: Thu Mar 11 16:58:41 EST 2004




    Hi Hemant,

    I am back after a self-imposed loooong vacation from forumhub. In fact my wife goes thru your corner and website nowadays and tries out new dishes from that. I'll try to be regular in this forum from now on.





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    Hemant Trivedi (@ 203-*) on: Thu Mar 11 19:46:47 EST 2004




    Krisnaaaa....My Dear Krishna....!!!
    Where were you???
    You were the man who made me Food Minister in FH and then you went on a two or three years vacation...
    Too long I think.
    FH is not what you think now.Thank God our Food section is stillunpolluted.
    So can we look forward tosome good things from you??
    Where are you?
    I thnk your wife for her incogniti visits to My Corner.
    Shall I say, MADHAVA meaning...
    MA=Don't
    Dhava=Abandon.
    Please don't abandon FH.
    Rgds
    HT
    Please mail me.
    Rgds





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    D (@ stra*) on: Mon Mar 15 10:49:30 EST 2004




    Hi Hemantji, I tried the Methiwale Kabuli chana recipe from your website (I had guests coming who don't eat garlic or onions) and it turned out to be really good and different from other chana recipes.

    Thanks
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    Hemant Trivedi (@ 203-*) on: Mon Mar 15 22:52:56 EST 2004




    Hello D,

    Thanks for the feedback.
    Very few people know that the hidden taste of many curries , especially non veg comes from Kasuru methi (crumbled) added towards the end of cooking .





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    Kalyani (@ 195.*) on: Mon Mar 22 02:01:03 EST 2004




    Dear Mr. Hemantji,

    I have some prob with my microwave whenever I try to roast papad in the micro it sparks y is so? First I placed them on a plate then I tried placing them directly on the try and I even tried to keep them in container and roast but it didn’t work. Can u tell me the reason pls.
    Thanking you.





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    Hemant Trivedi (@ 203-*) on: Mon Mar 22 09:56:20 EST 2004




    Hello Kalyani,
    It is strange that you are getting sparks when you roast it directly on plate.
    May be something is wrong.Please ask your micro supplier.
    By the way ,how are you roasting?Dry or wet?
    Wetten papads surface with water and then put in micro.You will get fine roasted crunchy papads.
    I have used oil also for the same purpose.
    It comes out beautiful.





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    Kalyani (@ 195.*) on: Tue Mar 23 01:27:24 EST 2004




    Dear Mr. Hemant,
    Thanks for the info but then when i roast the papad then only it sparks otherwise with other food i am not having problem and i keep the papad as it is without wetting and applying oil on it. And the other thing is that i want to know is should i just dip once the papad in the water or just wet with fingers. Sorry to trouble you.





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