Monday, December 22, 2014

Opo Squash ( doodhi ) Lauki ) Vegetable In Slow Cooker

If you liked slow cooker spinach daal or gujarati kadhi you will surely like this simple Opo Squash and daal combination made even more simpler in slow-cooker. This is gujarati style vegetable known as 'Dudhi Chana Ni Daal Nu Shak' This is great addition for quick week night dinners or for packed lunches.
dudhi chana ni dal nu shak |

How to make dudhi chana ni dal nu shak in slow cooker:

Preparation Time : 5-7 minutes ( time to soak dal: 3 hours) 
Cook time: 4 hours


1. 1/2 cup split chick peas ( chana dal )
2. 2 cup cut opo squash (doodhi/lauki ) or approximately 250 gram

3. 2 1/4 cup hot water
4. 1 tsp red chili powder
5. 1/4 tsp turmeric powder
6. salt to taste
7. 1 tsp coriander powder
8. 2 tbs jaggari/brown sugar

9. 2 tbs tomato puree or 1 small chopped tomato
10. cilantro

1. 2 1/2 tbs oil
2. 1/2 tsp mustard seed
3. 1 tsp cumin
4. 2 pinch asafoetida

1. Soak dal for 3 hour in a very hot water

2. After 3 hour drain the water.
3. Add all ingredients from 1-6 in slow cooker bowl, mix them well and set slow cooker on high. Let it cook for about 4 hours.

4. After 4 hour, prepare tadka/tempering in a small frying pan. Put small pan on medium heat. Add oil, mustard seed and cumin seeds. Once they crack, add asafoetida and immediately pour in slow cooker.
5. Now add Jaggari/brown sugar. Dissolve it well and sprinkle with coriander powder and mix it well.
6.Transfer in a serving bowl and sprinkle  with cilantro.
7. Opo Squash and Daal is ready to be served with rice, chapati, paratha etc.

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Similar Recipes:
Slow-Cooker Vegetable Pulav Recipe
Slow-Cooker or Crockpot Sprout Pulav Recipe
Slow Cooker/Crockpot Sweet Pongal/Sakkarai Pongal
Slow Cooker Cracked Wheat Halwa (Fada Lapsi)
Slow Cooker Mango Jam Recipe
Slow Cooker Dal Fry Recipe
Slow Cooker Aloo Baingan Recipe

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Friday, October 31, 2014

Vegetarian Kids Lunchbox Ideas

Some time back I was invited to participate in Kids Lunch Box Recipes Event by IndusLadies - the largest online community for Indian women in the world. The selected recipes were to be published in their eBook containing 100 kids lunch box recipes. Given that me and my daughter are always concerned regarding interesting and healthy lunch ideas for my grandkids,  I was excited to participate in the event.

Today I am glad to announce that two of my recipes Colorful Protein Panecake and Spinach Paneer Wrap got selected for this eBook. You can download this eBook free from here.

Me and my daughter cannot wait to try out these wonderful vegetarian lunch box recipes for my grandkids. I am sure you will find it this eBook very helpful too.

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Monday, September 29, 2014

Colorful Protein Pancake (Puda) Recipe

Did you like Spinach Paneer Wraps recipe I published last week? Well this week I am writing about these simple savory pancakes or pudala (puda) my daughter usually makes as simple way to  sneak-in vegetables in kid's meal. They are very simple to make and variety of vegetables can be added to change color, taste and for added benefits. She adds extra chili-ginger paste to same batter while making pancake for herself. Both my grand kids love these pancakes and usually enjoy with yogurt.

For today's post I am making two different variety of pancakes - green colored (adding spinach) and orange color (adding carrot). To my grand kids it is green pancake and orange pancake !  My daughter loves this book called Sneaky Chef for such similar ideas to sneak-in vegetables in kid's favorite meals. All the recipes in the book are not suited for vegetarian/vegans but it is great resource with full of such sneaky ideas even for non-meat eaters.

Savory Pancake |

Preparation Time: 10 Minute
Cook Time: 20 Minute (Soak time for daal is about 3 hours)

1. 1/2 cup split moog dal ( soak in a water for 3 hours )
2. 2 tbs chopped spinach
3. 1/3 cup chopped carrot
3. 1/2 tsp green chili ginger paste
4. 2 tsp rice flour
5. 2 tsp soji  flour (optional for gluten free recipe)
6.  oil as needed
7. salt to test
8. 3 to 4 tbs water

Method Step By Step:
1. Once daal is soaked properly, split it in two equal parts.
2. Add spinach in one part and carrot in another part.
3. Grind each part in grinder. Add little water as needed to make smooth batter.
4. Now add 1tsp rice flour and 1tsp soji flour in each (green and orange batter).
5. Add chili ginger paste and salt. Mix it very well.
6. As you can see in picture below, at this point you should have really bright colored batter ready.

7. Turn on stove top on medium heat and put griddle on top of it.
8.  Spread some oil on griddle and spread some batter on griddle. Flip it on other side when bottom looks slightly brown and cooked.
9. You can keep thickness or size as per your preference. My daughter usually makes mini pancakes for her kids that are usually little thick. While for herself she makes bigger and thinner.

Serve pancake with yogurt or chutney.

My daughter sometimes adds beet in the batter and it gives pancake really nice pink/purple color. You can use any vegetable of your choice.

Similar Kids Lunch Box Recipes:
1.  Quick Vegetable Penne Pasta
2. Slow Cooker Vegetable Pulav Recipe
3. Spinach Paneer Wraps

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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Spinach Paneer ( Cottage Cheese ) Wrap Recipe: How to make Spinach Paneer Wrap

This is a simple and healthy lunch box recipe. Just like my slow cooker spinach daal , vegetable pulav and kansar, Spinach Paneer wrap are also staple for my grand-kids lunch-box. It is very easy to make and it freezes well. So you can make few wraps in bulk and use them when short on time. Spinach Paneer Wrap are great for quick week night dinners as well.

spinach paneer wrap |

Preparation Time : 5-7 minutes
Cook Time : 15 minutes
Makes: 6 wraps


1. 2 1/2 cup spinach
2. 1/2 cup onion
3. 1/3 cup paneer
4. 1/2 tsp red chili powder
5. 1/4 tsp garam masala ( all spice )
6. salt to taste
7. 2 tsp oil
8. 6 tortilla ( roti ) store bought or home made
9. 6 tsp shredded cheese

Method to make filling:

1. In a frying pan combine oil and onion with pinch of salt.
2. Put it on gas stove on medium high heat. Stir it for few minutes until onion turns pink. Now add spinach and little bit of salt.
3.After few minutes add red chili powder and garam masala powder ( all spice powder)
4. Cook until water is absorbed. Now take this spinach/onion mixture off of the gas and let it cool down little bit. Add crumbled paneer and mix it well.

Method to assemble Spinach Paneer Wrap:

1. Take 1 tortilla in a plate and sprinkle some shredded cheese on it.

2. Add 2 to 3 tsp spinach mixture on top of the cheese.
3. Fold the tortilla as shown in the picture below.

4. Roast the wrap on skillet on both sides on medium high heat. Apply oil as needed on skillet.

5. Wrap is ready to be served.

I am sending this recipe to Indusladies 'Kids Lunch Box Recipes' Event.

Spinach Paneer Wrap will remain fresh in freezer for 2 weeks.

Similar Kids Lunch Box Recipes:
1.  Quick Vegetable Penne Pasta
2. Slow Cooker Vegetable Pulav Recipe

Friday, September 12, 2014

Kansar Recipe Using Slow Cooker: How to Make Kansar in Crockpot

If you liked my last post regarding Traditional Gujarati recipe Kadhi using slowcooker or crockpot, you will also like this another Gujarati Traditional recipe kansar or kamsar using slowcooker. Kansar is made on auspicious occasions and also year round just to satisfy sweet tooth. My grandkids take Kansar in lunch box almost once a week or every other week along with Vegetable Pulav or spinach moong daal also made in crockpot.

kansar recipe |

Preparation Time : 5 minute
Cook Time : 50 minute
Serve : As a side dish 4 people


1.1 cup coarsely ground wheat flour
2. 1/2 cup powder jiggery( brown sugar )
3. 1-1/3 cup water
4. 3tsp oil
5. 3 to 4 tsp ghee (How to make ghee in crockpot)
6. powder sugar for serving

Method Step By Step: How to make Kansar

1.Add oil in flour and mix it well
2. Put flour and jiggery in a slow cooker bowl
3. Add hot water and 1tsp ghee
4. Mix it very well
5. Cover slow cooker and set it on high 
6. After about 50 minute kansar should be cooked

7.  Mix it well
8. Take it in a serving dish and sprinkle powder sugar and ghee on it before serving.

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Similar Recipes:
Slow Cooker/Crockpot Sweet Pongal/Sakkarai Pongal
Slow Cooker Cracked Wheat Halwa (Fada Lapsi)
Slow Cooker Mango Jam Recipe
Slow Cooker Dal Fry Recipe
Slow Cooker Aloo Baingan Recipe
Slow Cooker Sprout Pulav

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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Slow Cooker Gujarati Kadhi or Tempered Buttermilk Recipe

Kadhi is a traditional recipe from Gujarat region of India. It is very simple preparation of yogurt and some tempering which is very comforting food.  Kadhi is usually served with Khichadi (rice and daal preparation) or puranpoli (roti stuffed with sweet daal).  While cooking on stovetop Kadhi is should be cooked on low flame else it curdles and it also overflows. This makes Kadhi a very obvious choice for slowcooker or crockpot cooking. Here is the slowcooker version of traditional gujarati kadhi.

Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 1 hour
Serves: 4 people
slow cooker kadhi |


1. 3/4 cup yogurt
2. 1-1/2 tbs chick peas flour ( chana dal flour/gram flour )
3. 2- 1/2 cup water
4. salt to teats
5. 2 tsp sugar
6. pinch of turmeric powder (optional)
7. 2 big cut green chili or as per taste
8. chopped coriander leaves for garnishing

For Tempering

1.2 tsp ghee ( oil ) How to make Ghee using crockpot
2.1/2 tsp mustard seeds
3.1 tsp cumin seeds
4.8 clove
5.2 small cinnamon stick
6.10 curry leaves

Method Step By Step:
1.In mixing bowl add yogurt and flour and mix it very well so no clumps remain
2.Add water and all other items under the ingredients except for tempering ingredients.
3. This is Kadhi mixture to which we will add tempering.


1.In a frying pan combine ghee,  mustard seeds and cumin seeds. Put it  on medium high flame on stove top.
2.After cumin and mustard seeds cracks, add clove, cinnamon and curry leaves.
3. Add this tempering to Kadhi mixture prepared above.
4. Transfer Kadhi mixture in a slow cooker bowl and cover it.
5. Set slow cooker on high.
6. After about 1 hour or so, taste Kadhi, if raw taste of gram flour is gone that means Kadhi is cooked.
7. Transfer Kadhi in a serving bowl and garnish with coriander leaves( cilantro ).

Serve hot with puranpoli,  roti, rice, pulav or khichadi.  I will be posting slow cooker Khichadi recipe soon. Come visit soon.

Similar Recipes:
1.  Slow-Cooker Vegetable Pulav Recipe
2. Slow-Cooker or Crockpot Sprout Pulav Recipe

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Saturday, June 21, 2014

Eggless Homemade Ice Cream Recipe

My niece Swati makes best ice creams. She always told me to try her recipe. She said it is very simple recipe, it requires 5 easily available ingredients and hardly needs 10 minutes of prep time to make base ice cream and then I could make multiple flavors of ice cream. I never gave it a try until recently. Now I wonder why I never tried her recipe. It really took me only 10 minutes of prep work and I made 4 different flavors of ice creams. Ice cream turns out to be so creamy and delicious. Do give it a try and let me know how do you like this recipe.

Preparation Time 10 Minute
Setting Time 12 Hours

1.1 can ( 14 - oz ) sweetened condensed milk
2.1 can ( 12 - oz ) evaporated milk
3.1 box ( 16 oz ) heavy whipping cream
4.1 box ( 16 - oz ) half and half milk ( full fat milk )
5. 8 oz cool whip

Additional ingredients to make different flavors:
Vanilla Ice Cream:
1. 1tsp vanilla essence

Saffron Ice Cream:
1. Pinch saffron
2. 1/4 tsp cardamom powder

Mango Ice Cream:
1. 1/2 cup mango pulp

Pistachio-Almond Ice Cream:
1. 5 almonds and 5 pistachios chopped
2. Pinch of green food color
3. Almond or pistachio essence (optional)

Method Step By Step:

1.In a big vessel combine all five ice cream ingredients and mix them very well. This is basic ice cream mixture. Now you can use it to make any flavor.
2.I took two cup of ice cream mix prepared in step 1 and added 1tsp vanilla essence to make Vanilla Ice cream.
3.Transfer ice cream mix in air tight container and put it in a freezer.
4. Every 2 to 3 hours give a good stir to ice cream put it back in freezer. This makes sure ice cream becomes very creamy.
5. After about 12 hours ice cream will be set and ready to serve.
6. I followed same method for 3 other flavors as well.

You may try more flavors like:
1.cashew, raisin and vanilla essence ( cashew and raisin need to soak in milk before mixing)
2. Strawberry ice cream using Strawberry puree
3. Pineapple ice cream adding small pineapple chunks

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Friday, June 6, 2014

Simple Cold Pasta Salad Recipe: How to make pasta salad

With hot summer months here, this is a simple cold pasta salad recipe. Even though ingredient list looks long, you do not have to have all ingredients on hand. You can skip some vegetables/fruits or include more as per your taste. With addition of crunchy apples, cucumber and grapes this pasta salad gets great texture and interesting mix of flavors.
pasta salad |

Preparation Time : 15 Minute
Cooking Time: Time taken to cook pasta
Serve :4 People

1. 1 cup cooked Rotini pasta
2.1/2 cup cut cucumber
3.1/2 cup reddish
4.1/3 cup cut red onion (red onion taste sweeter compared to other onions)
5.1/3 cup grapes (any color grapes cut in half)
6.1/3 cup chopped apple
7.1/3 cup ripe black olive (sliced)
8.1 red tomato chopped
9. 20 grape tomato
10. 1 tbsp nicely cut coriander leaves
11.1tbsp nicely cut fresh mint leaves
For dressing
1.Olive oil as needed
2.1tsp black pepper powder
3.1tbsp lemon juice
4.1tsp sugar ( optional )
5.salt to taste

1. In a  bowl wisk all dressing  ingredients and place them on side.

2. In big bowl combine all salad ingredients and mix them very well with dressing.
3. Pasta Salad is ready to serve.

If you do not plan to consume salad immediately, please cover salad ingredients with cling wrap and put them in refrigerator. When ready to eat, mix it with salad dressing.

This pasta salad makes great dish for potluck, big gatherings or outdoor picnics and barbecues.

Similar Recipes:
1. Vegetable Penne Pasta Recipe
2. Rotini Pasta in Broccoli Sauce

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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Slow Cooker Mango Jam Recipe: How to Make Mango Jam in Slow Cooker

Last year during mango season I had blogged about my mother's mango halwa recipe and how I made it in only 15 minutes using microwave. Today I am posting about my mother's another mango recipe, Mango Jam. I have adapted this recipe for slow cooker or a crockpot.

Also Try: Mix Fruit Jam

Preparation Time 10 Minute
Cook Time 4 Hours

1. 3 cup fresh mango pulp

2. 2 - 1/2 cup sugar
3. 1 tbsp ghee (How to make Ghee using Butter in Crockpot)
4. 2 tsp lemon juice
5. 1 tsp ghee to spread in a cooker bowl


1.Spread 1 tsp ghee in slow cooker bowl.
2. Combine mango pulp, sugar and ghee in a slow cooker bowl and mix it well.

3.Set slow cooker on high. Do not cover it.
4. After about 4 hours mango jam will be cooked.

5. Turn off slow cooker and let Jam sit for 5 to 10 minute.
6. Add lemon juice and mix it well.
7. Let Jam cool down before storing it in a jar.

Enjoy Mango Jam with this eggless Bun Bread or your choice of toast, bagel , waffle or roti. Jam will stay fresh for almost a month in refrigerator. You can store even longer in freezer.

Similar Slow Cooker Recipes:
Homemade Slow Cooker Gift Recipes
Indian Mix-Vegetable Curry using Slow-Cooker
Slow Cooker Aloo-Gobi (Potato Cauliflower Curry)
Slow Cooker Dal Fry Recipe

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Friday, May 2, 2014

Homemade Slow Cooker Gifts for Mothers Day

I was thinking to blog about my mom's special mango jam using slow cooker or crock pot on upcoming occasion of Mother's Day. That got me thinking about all the gifts that can me handmade using slow cooker for mom. So here I have collected some wonderful Slow Cooker Gift Ideas for mother's day. Some of these recipes are for edible gifts while some other are non-edible.

Also Try: Slow Cooker Cashew Clusters

DIY Slow Cooker Edible Gift Ideas for Mothers Day:

1. Fudge:

This is a great recipe for slow cooker chocolate fudge by skinnims. Instead of cream it uses coconut milk to make it skinny ! It uses only 5 easy to find ingredients, combined with simplicity of slow cooker.

If you are looking for little bit more indulgence, here is crock pot white chocolate fudge by Get Crocked. (pictured above).  Jenn has added Candy Corn to her fudge but you can add dried cherries or nuts or anything else you prefer.

2. Jams, Jellies, Chutneys or Fruit Butter:

Making Jams and Jellies is so easy with slow cooker. All you need to do it combine chopped fruit and sugar with some spices of your choice. You can make them in bulk and pack in mason Jars of various sizes and shapes. Tie with nice ribbon and tag to make a yummy homemade gift. I recently made simple mix fruit Jam in slow cooker. I kept one batch in freeze and another in freezer. The on that was kept in freeze is still as fresh as it was made almost a month later. I will be posting recipe for this mix-fruit jam shortly. Here is a very interesting variation of Apple-Pear butter from Nomnivorous

3. Cookie Bar, Pound Cake or Cheese Cake

No need to turn on oven during hot summer months to make cookies, cakes or cheese cake. Here are some very simple crockpot recipes for chocolate chip cookie bar , Upside Down Pineapple Cake or Hazelnut Cheesecake (pictured below) that anyone would love to receive as gifts.
4. Nuts:
Crockpot nuts make great gifts for any occasion.  You can make this delicious treats in slow cooker very easily. Here is recipe for Slow Cooker Sweet and Spicy Nuts from BakedBree. Here is another variation of crockpot sugared nuts.

5. Candies and Brittles
Making candies in crockpot is so easy. Just add some chopped nuts and variety of chocolates. Let them melt in crockpot for few hours, pour them in molds lined with colorful liners and candy is ready. Here is lovely slow cooker candy recipe from Cookies and Cups.

Non-edible homemade slow cooker gift idea for mothers day:

1. Slow Cooker Soap:

Here is very well explained slow cooker recipe for soap making. You can pour them in variety of molds to create lovely gifts. Here is another very informative post of Honey Castile Soap using slow cooker.

2.  Slow Cooker Lotion Bars:

I plan to make these bars even for my grandkids. They are at the age where they want to do everything by themselves. I usually refrigerate coconut oil in little bars and give them to massage themselves. Those bars start melting quickly. This recipe for crockpot lotion bars (pictured below) seems perfect solution for this problem and will also be a great DIY gift to pamper someone special.

3. Slow Cooker Candles:

Candles always make great gifts and so much easy to make in slow cooker. Very few in-expensive ingredients required and yet would make ready nice looking candles. Here is very simple slow cooker candle making tutorial.

4. Slow Cooker Leap Balm:

One more simple recipe to make in slow cooker. Great addition to any gift basket. Here is DIY Beeswax Lip Balm Recipe.

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Eggless Pinwheel Cookies

Its been long time since I made eggless sugar cookies  and no-bake roller coaster cookies for Christmas. My grand-kids have been asking me to make some cookies for them. So on occasion of Easter I made them these colorful eggless pinwheel cookies. I have also added some wheat flour to make them little bit healthier. If you look at the instructions they may seem lengthy. However I have provided step by step pictures also to help with the process.
eggless pinwheel cookies

Preparation Time : 30 Minutes
Baking Time :15 Minutes
Freezing Time : 2 hours
Makes 40 Cookies (depending on size )

1. 2 cup all purpose flour
2. 1/2 cup wheat flour
3.  1tsp baking powder
4. 1/2tsp salt
5. 3/4 cup butter
6. 3/4 cup sugar
7. few tea spoon milk (as needed to adjust dough binding)
8.1/2 tsp vanilla
9. blue, pink, green and yellow food color

Method Step By Step:

1. Sift flour, baking powder and salt.
2. Combine butter and sugar in a mixing bowl and mix it very well until smooth.
3. Add vanilla and slowly add flour.
4. Add milk to make dough that will be soft enough to roll.

5. Divide in 4 equal parts and add color of your preference to each part and mix it well. I made one set of cookies with yellow and green and another set with pink and blue that why I am making 4 equal parts. If you prefer only two colors (single set) then you need to divide dough only in 2 parts.
6. Now cover plastic wrap and freeze dough for at least 1 hour so that it will be easy to roll.

7. Roll each of the dough part between parchment paper to desired thickness.

8.Based on color combination you desire, put one rolled portion over another and fold it in a cylinder.
9. Cover the cylinder with foil and put in freeze at least 1 hour.

10. Cut cookies approximately about 1/2" thickness. Line them on cookie sheet covered with parchment paper.

11. Bake cookies in pre-heat over @350F for 15 minute (or depending on your oven)

Lot of variations are possible in these cookies for different tastes. As you can see in picture, I have also prepared some with coco powder.

Simillar Eggless Recipes:
1. Eggless Apple Pie Recipe 
2. No Bake Eggless Roller Coaster Cookie 
3. Eggless TuttiFruity Bread
4. Eggless Healthy Cinnamon Raisin Bread

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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

How To Make Ghee ( Clarified Butter ) In Slow cooker

Ghee is one of the very common ingredient in Indian cooking. It is also used very heavily in traditional Indian medicine also known as Ayurveda and to light holy lamp (diya) in temples and in homes. Ghee is also approved for Paleo Lifestyle .

Me and my daughter have been making ghee at home from butter (unsalted) for a long time on stove top. Few months back my daughter had put butter on stove top to make ghee and she had to attend to kids on middle of it and she ended up burning her ghee ! Since than she has tried making ghee in crock pot and it came out great.

So here is step by step recipe to make ghee in slow cooker. If you do not have slow cooker or would like to follow stove top method, I have provided variation at the bottom of the post.

How To Make Ghee


2 pound sweet cream butter (unsalted)

Method: Making Ghee in Crockpot/Slow Cooker

1. Place butter in slow cooker and set slow cooker on high. Do not cover it.

2. In 30 minutes or so butter starts melting.

3. About 2 hours into the process butter is melted and is boiling. You can see foam on top.

4.Little over three hours later foam is breaking apart. Water part from butter is evaporating.

5. 4 hours later, all the foam is gone and you can see slight brownish tint. Ghee is ready now.
6. Filter ghee with a Stainless Steel Strainer or cheese cloth. Do not use plastic utensil as ghee is very hot and will melt them. Also please be careful while filtering the ghee as it is very hot and it might burn you.

7. You may store at room temperature or in freeze. It will stay fresh for couple of months at room temperature also.

If you do not have slow-cooker or if you wish to make ghee on stove top, you can just put butter in a heavy bottom vessel and put it on low-medium flame. You can follow its melting process just like mentioned in pictures above. Just that it will be much quicker. For 2 lbs it will be about 45 minutes or so. If you have any trouble making ghee send me an email or drop a comment below.

Recipes to makes using Ghee in Slow Cooker:
1. Slow Cooker Carrot Halwa
2. Slow Cooker Sweet Pongal

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