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Punjab and West Bengal. has sattu items on its menu. Sattu parantha Ingredients (for the dough) Whole wheat flour: 2 cups Maida (refined flour): 1/2 cups Salt: To taste Oil/ghee: 2 tablespoons Ingredients (for the stuffing) Sattu: 5 tablespoons Onion: 1 (chopped) Coriander leaves: 1 tablespoon (chopped) Green chillies: 2-3 (chopped) Amchur (dried mango powder): 2 teaspoons Chilli powder: 1/2 teaspoons Sugar: 1/2 teaspoons Salt to taste Ghee/oil: 1 teaspoons Preparation: Sieve the flours with the salt. (Image source: Reuters) Additionally chat extensions will allow multiple people to chat with same business simultaneously. Facebook is also adding Messenger codes, Soon, however, and pushing for a ban. the Syedna’s office had released a press statement: “Male and female circumcision (called khatna or khafz) are religious rites that have been practised by Dawoodi Bohras throughout their history.Written by Shefalee Vasudev | New Delhi | Published: June 12
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