This video is about simple Indian lunch menu.I have given a lunch meal ideas that can be done within 30 minutes.I have also shown a north Indian meal.
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your videos are inspiring me but you are using so much oil
You are such a good mom and a wife. Such healthy food. Thanks for the inspiration.
superb as usual .. 🙂
Nice to see quick & easy receipe.. love it?
Hi new sub. Very nice and super cooking. U made paratha very soft. Can u tell me the brand name of ur paratha flour? And pls post detailed video of how to make soft chapathi and paratha.
Yum!!! My favorite….
baby doll is missing in the video
Simple look very Tasty keep sharing more video
Those were yummy! Nice combo..
Good job dear
Yummy …Awesome video Payal
Very nice video…keep up the good work…also which software you use for voiceovers for your videos
How to make all these works routine without any laziness really hats off
I really like your simple videos,subscribed
very scrumptious recipe…. these videos are very helpful for lot of people including myself…… keep sharing more ????
Wow??everything looked awesome ?I think I m definitely visiting u ?
Me and my toddler both loves bhindi
this is so good!
thanks please tell me which company
electric stone chatni maker?
can you tell me that electric stone chatni maker is available in market for domestic purpose like dosa metrial churn in south I am North Indian
please tell clear words the week menu
thanks by heart
I like Ur vedio too much very easy please tell us full veg menu for a weak thanks
wow.. it's look so yummy , mouthwatering it was too good it's was super delicious , gonna try this today from my hubby lunch thanku so much for sharing this recipe mam keep it up…???
jakhan theke subscribe korechi Ami just Tomar fan..?..roj wait kori Kobe Tomar new video upload hobe…. break fast er idea Kichu share Koro pls.
Awesome video dear …so useful video….simple yet soooo informative and productive ????????????
Oh oh, hungry already in the morning…but I decided to eat only fruit until lunchtime…and because it's Sunday I can't go immediately to the Asia shop and look for fresh bindi or okra, like we call them…must I say that I'm very spontaneous:-)?? I had fresh okra sometimes, liked the taste, but I never cut them in pieces and the outside was a little 'slimy', maybe, that's better after cutting? You serve everything so nice, so it's looking like a real meal, not a simple one-pot- food. Big hungry thumb up! Wish you a lovely and sunny family sunday, love, Monika
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