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  • n. A form of mint found in parts of India and Pakistan and used there in cooking food & preparation of tea.


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  • NEW DELHI: India has foiled a major Chinese bio-piracy bid to patent the use of medicinal plants 'pudina' (mint) and 'kalamegha' (andrographis) for the treatment of

    The Times of India

  • Many Indian eateries don't do beef justice since it's forbidden in Hinduism, but here the beef pudina marinated in mint uses South African beef, often likened in quality to the highly regarded Argentine meat.

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  • This chutney pulao is to make peace between a Marathi and is pudina (mint) rice for a Kannadiga (what?).

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 1. To make the pudina paste: In a food processor, process all of the ingredients into a slightly coarse paste.

    One Big Table

  • Spread a thin layer of the pudina paste on top of the butter on 6 of the slices, then arrange 4 to 6 cucumber slices on top.

    One Big Table

  • On warm Indian evenings she used to have cucumber pudina sandwiches, which were likely a take on the colonial idea of “afternoon tea.”

    One Big Table

  • Some times I put dried crushed pudina leaves a pinch, a pinch black pepper powder.

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  • • Mint leaves (Pudina): The leaves of pudina have good cooling properties, and are commonly used as anti-inflammatory agent.

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  • Thanks for your comment on my pudina sandwich blog post....

    Maharashtrian Kaccha (raw) Masala

  • Two other "P" words are staples in the produce section: paalak or spinach and pudina or mint.

    Archive 2006-01-01


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