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Please tell us after Support) Support Thanks. Bharat performed many sacrifices and Sage Kanva was the chief priest at those sacrifices. Bharata performed a horse sacrifices on the banks of the Yamuna, three on the banks of Bharat had a son named Bhúmanyu. You can cook A Bite Of Bharat (Vegan) using 9 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of A Bite Of Bharat (Vegan)
- It’s 4 of small cooked potatoes.
- Prepare of Cardamom seeds.
- You need of Salt.
- Prepare of Sugar.
- It’s of Rice vinegar.
- You need 1 of onion.
- Prepare of Few cloves of garlic.
- You need of Juice of half lemon.
- You need of Few cherry tomatoes.
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A Bite Of Bharat (Vegan) instructions
- Here you can see everything you will need (except the pan, you wont need that😄).
- First i mixed some salt and sugar with the rice vinegar and lemon juice. Then i shredded the onion and smashed the garlic, then i mixed them all..
- I cut the cooked potatoes into slices, cut the tomatoes in small pieces and also the carrots. I added the garlic- vinegar dressing, lastly i added cardamom seeds. It was very tasty, however not authentic, but hey, i invented an almost new indian dish 🙃🤭.
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