Women’s Day Recipes

Women’s Day Recipes

Rasgulla Pudding
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Rasgulla Pudding
A mouth watering dessert which has a mix of ice cream and Bengal’s favorite sweet. Make this for kitty party and get together’s and enjoy it.
TIME 20 minutes
CATEGORY Dessert
Apple Walnut Salad
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Apple Walnut Salad
Serve your family with this salad that’s made with apples and walnuts – a tasty side dish that’s ready in just 10 minutes.
TIME 10 minutes
CATEGORY Salad
Special Bombay Bhel
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Special Bombay Bhel
Bombay Bhel is a simple and easy evening snack which can be prepared in few minutes. Bhelpuri is a savoury and popular street food chaat in India.
TIME 20 minutes
CATEGORY Snacks
Strawberry Mousse
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Strawberry Mousse
This light and airy dessert will leave you feeling satisfied and refreshed.
TIME 20 minutes
CATEGORY Dessert
Crispy Aloo Tikki
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Crispy Aloo Tikki
Aloo tikki is a popular North Indian snack/chaat prepared with potatoes and other spices. It is one of the easiest snack and can be prepared in a jiffy. It is usually served hot with green chutney and tamarind chutney.
TIME 30 minutes
CATEGORY Appetiser
Orange Jelly Without Gelatin
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Orange Jelly Without Gelatin
Orange Jelly is a very easy dessert that you can make in few minutes and it will never fail to please a crowd.
TIME 15 minutes
CATEGORY Dessert
Cabbage Halwa
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Cabbage Halwa
Cabbage Halwa is a delicious sweet dessert. This is easy to make and with few ingredients.
TIME 30 minutes
CATEGORY Dessert
Paneer Popcorn
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Paneer Popcorn
A quick and healthy starter made with cottage cheese
TIME 20 minutes
CATEGORY Appetiser
Baby corn Pakoda
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Baby corn Pakoda
Baby Corn fritters are made by dipping the baby corn in thick chickpea batter and then deep fried till they are golden brown and crispy.
TIME 25 minutes
CATEGORY Snacks
Crispy Corn
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Crispy Corn
Ever thought, how to make corn fry? Well, here’s a crispy corn recipe just for you. This corn fry is a simple yet delicious evening snack that can be served as a appetizer for any party.
TIME 30 minutes
CATEGORY Appetiser

Women’s Day Recipes

Red Salsa
Enjoy this classic recipe makeover!
Mini Lemon-Blueberry Bundt Cakes
Make four minis or one full-size cake!
Pesto Salmon Burgers with Asparagus and Tomato Salad
We figured out dinner tonight.
Three-Cheese Artichoke Dip
What the elite eat during the Elite 8.
Cuban Reuben
This dish is melty, meaty, sandwich perfection.
Cauliflower Couscous with Paprika Shrimp
This is a delicious 20-minute meal you’ll feel great about eating.
Mini Olive Oil and Almond Cakes
Store the almond cakes at room temperature for up to 3 days. Warm in a 300 degree F oven, if desired.
Lemony Broiled Asparagus
Vibrant green with a punch of fresh lemon, this dish just screams spring.
Crispy Cod with Pan-Fried Potatoes and Peas
Instead of cod, try the mustard and bread crumb topping on roasting pork, lamb chops or chicken breasts.
Broccoli and Cheddar Rollups
This is everything you want on a chilly winter weeknight. Plus, it’s done it just 35 minutes!
Spring Chicken with Egg Noodles
This meal is tasty, family-pleasing and doesn’t take a lot of time, effort, or ingredients.
Deviled Egg Chicks
These little devils are sure to please on Easter!
Caramelized Onion Twice-Baked Potatoes
These potatoes are the perfect Easter dinner side dish!
Steak Sandwich with Blue Cheese and Sweet-and-Sour Tomatoes
Savory, tangy, and creamy, this is everything you want in a sandwich.
Smoked Chicken Legs
Don’t have a smoker? Don’t worry, some foil and your grill will work just fine!
Rigatoni with Pesto and Chickpeas
Tortilla-Crusted Fish Sticks & Slaw
Beef, Mushroom and Green Bean Stir-Fry
Spiced Chicken and Chickpea Stew
Black Bean, Corn, and Spinach Enchiladas
These enchiladas are so loaded with fiber-packed black beans and sweet corn, we promise, you won’t miss the meat.
Roasted Red Snapper with Coconut-Ginger Sauce
Crispy Tex-Mex Chicken Strips
Dipped in salsa and breaded in crumbled tortilla chips, these chicken strips are perfect for entertaining.
Greek Lamb & Spinach Stew
Spaghetti with Roasted Zucchini Recipe
Chicken and Black Bean Fajita Stir-Fry
Have dinner on the table in 25 minutes flat by using jarred salsa as the sauce base in this quick stir-fry.
Pecan-Crusted Catfish
Asian Grilled Beef Salad
Tandoori Chicken
With a fragrant mix of fresh ginger, paprika, garam masala, minced garlic and chopped cilantro, this recipe proves that if the spices a…
Slow Cooker Smoky Split Pea Soup

Recipes For International Women’s Day

1. Lorena García’s Chargrilled Empanadas

Put a spin on this Spanish staple by taking cues from Latin-cuisine expert Chef Lorena García, who flavors her empanada beef filling with Worcestershire sauce, black beans and sweet fried plantains. The grilling part is the very last step. For a toasty exterior, heat the empanadas on each side for about 1 minute until grill marks appear.

Chef García likes to top this offering with a spicy pico de gallo.

2. Alex Guarnaschelli’s Yogurt-Marinated Grilled Chicken

Iron Chef and Food Network favorite Alex Guarnaschelli is known for injecting bold flavor into “simple” dishes. Her take on grilled chicken is no exception. Before you get to grilling, cover and refrigerate your chicken with a marinade made from whole-milk yogurt, fresh ginger, ground cumin, red chili flakes and salt for 2 hours.

Chef Guarnaschelli says this technique, in tandem with the grill, brings out a smoky, charred flavor—she also says a homemade harissa paste on top doesn’t hurt!

3. Rachael Ray’s Grilled Sesame-Sriracha Corn

Feel like it’s already summer with some grilled corn! Taking notes from daytime personality and culinary mogul Rachael Ray, douse a few husked corns in water and drizzle them with oil before throwing them on the grill. Once charred, transfer them to plates to brush them with a heated sauce made with melted butter, sriracha and toasted sesame oil.

Last step: garnish your cobs with finely chopped scallions and toasted sesame seeds.

4. Maneet Chauhan’s Grilled Chicken Tikka Kebabs

With many Executive Chef credits to her name, Food Network star Maneet Chauhan elevates what it means to eat “meat on a stick” with tandoori masala and cayenne pepper. Slice some boneless chicken breasts into cubes and marinade them accordingly. Then, thread your chicken evenly on some skewers, between pieces of yellow, green and orange bell peppers (or other veggies!).

Grill your kebabs until the meat is cooked through. And finally, brush these treats with butter and sprinkle with chaat masala.

5. Ina Garten’s Filet Mignon with a Roquefort-Chive Sauce

What is a chef-favorites roundup without an appearance from the “Barefoot Contessa” herself? Stick with a crowd favorite by cooking up a juicy fillet mignon outside. While her recipe calls for a cast-iron skillet, you can still grill up this entrée, but whatever you do, do not skip the Roquefort-chive sauce.

To make it, boil some heavy cream, and whisk in some crumbled French Roquefort cheese, Kosher salt, pepper and chopped chives—you won’t regret it.

If you’re inspired to try out any of these recipes, you better make sure your grill is up to the task. Stop by Duerden’s Appliance & Mattress today to see how our impressive array of free-standing grills, built-in grills and pizza ovens can help you step up your game.

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