Sauteed Corn With Parsley And Rosemary

Sauteed corn with parsley and rosemary.
Very easy, quick, flavourful and no onion garlic sauteed corn. You can serve it as a side dish or as evening snack. I have used olive oil but you can use butter or any vegetable oil. If you don’t have or you don’t like dried rosemary then you can use dried or fresh basil, oregano, mixed herbs or any herbs of your choice instead of rosemary.

I have made it without onion garlic. You can fry minced or finely chopped 3 – 4 garlic cloves before adding corn. You may like some more corn recipes on this blog.

1. Spicy corn

2. Fruity salad with corn

3. Corn cottage cheese stir fry

4. Corn salad

5. French beans with corn

6. Corn stir fry

7. Spinach curry with corn

8. Egg corn cottage cheese baked casserole

9. Beetroot green with corn

10. Dal corn paneer pakoda

11. Idli with corn

12. Bhutte ki kees

Sending this post to 207 #Foodiemonday bloghop #herbalicious theme suggested by Swaty Malik who blog at Food Trails. Visit her space for different types of authentic and innovative recipes. Always love her beautiful click and super tempting recipes. Her hazelnut cookies is in my list to try.

Its a very easy and quick method to make this corn. You can also make sandwich stuffing with it. If you want to use onion or garlic, add finely chopped onion or garlic or both before adding corn. Fry till light brown then add boiled sweet corn.

Recipe

Sweet corn – 2 Cup, boiled

Fresh parsley – 1/4 cup, chopped

Dried rosemary – 1/2 teaspoon

Black pepper powder – 1/2 teaspoon

Chilli flakes – 1/2 teaspoon

Salt to taste

Olive oil or butter – 1 tablespoon

Method

1. Heat oil or butter in a pan. Add boiled sweet corn, chopped fresh parsley and salt.

2. Saute on high heat for 2 – 3 minutes.
Add dried rosemary, black pepper powder and chilli flakes. Mix well.

3. Cover and reduce the heat. Cook on simmer for 7-8 minutes. Stir occasionally.

4. Now remove the cover and stir. Cook on high heat till dried up completely.

5. Garnish with parsley leaves and lemon wedges. Serve hot.

Notes
1. Oregano,basil or any herbs can be used instead of rosemary.
2. Add chilli according to your taste. You can use finely chopped green chilli if you want.

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Bedmi Puri

Bedmi puri.
A very famous breakfast dish of North India.
Crispy spicy delicious puri usually served with hing jeera aloo sabji or curry. But these hot fluffy puri can be also serve with tea or only pickle. Puri taste spicy and absolutely delicious so you don’t need anything with it. Not only breakfast but you can also enjoy it as a teatime snack.
Its very easy to make. If you have soaked dal or lentil, you can make it in a jiffy. Just mix everything and make a dough and fry. Simple isn’t it 😊

You can get some more kachori recipes on this blog.

1. Hing kachori with potato curry

2. Biscuit roti or kachori

3. Instant kachori

4. Radhaballavi with dum aloo or spicy potato

Monday again and this week’s 204 #Foodiemonday bloghop theme is #NashtaTime suggested by Priya Iyer who blog at The world through my eyes.
Visit her space for many delicious traditional recipes. I have already tried many of her recipes.

If you don’t have udad dal or you don’t like then you can also make it with moong dal or yellow lentil. Follow the same process. Puri also remain crispy when cool so its perfect for your tiffin or lunch box. Make aloo or potato curry to serve with puri but you can also serve it with any pickle or achar or serve as a snack with tea or coffee. This Kachori can be also made with stuffing. Stuffing with udad dal can be made and stuff in whole wheat flour dough like this hinger kochuri.

Recipe

Dhuli udad dal or skinned black lentil – 1/2 cup

Ginger – 1 inch piece

Green chilli – 2 – 3 or to taste

Souf or fennel seeds – 2 teaspoon

Whole wheat flour or atta – 2 cup

Salt to taste

Hing or asafoetida – 1/4 teaspoon

Cumin powder – 1 teaspoon

Coriander powder – 1/2 teaspoon

Suji or semolina – 5 tablespoon

Oil – 3 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon

Water – 3-4 tablespoon or as require

Oil for deep fry

Method

1. Rinse and soak the udad dal or skinned black lentil in sufficient water overnight.

2. Next day drain the water and rinse again.

3. Grind ginger, green chilli and fennel seeds or sounf. Now add rinsed and drained black lentil in the grinder. Grind with the help of little water and make a coarse paste. Don’t make too smooth.

4. Add the lentil mixture to the atta.
Add salt, hing, 3 tablespoon oil, cumin powder and coriander powder.

5. Mix well. Add very little water to make a smooth but stiff dough. Dal paste has water so add water carefully.

6. Smear the dough with 1 teaspoon Oil and cover. Keep aside for 20 – 30 minutes.

7. Now Knead the dough again. Make small balls.

8. Roll with a rolling pin with the help of little oil. Don’t make too thin like puri. Roll into slightly thick puri.

9. Heat sufficient oil to deep fry the puri. When oil heated slide rolled puri in oil. Press the puri gently with a slotted spatula.

10. When it fluff up and becomes golden brown, flip and fry the other side.

11. Remove from oil and place on paper towel. Fry all the puri in this method.

12. Serve hot with aloo or potato curry. Get the recipe of potato curry here.

Notes
1. Moong dal or yellow lentil can be used instead of black lentil or udad dal.
2. If you like your puri more hot, you can add 1/2 or 1 teaspoon red chilli powder in the dough or use more green chilli.

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Dal Corn Paneer Pakoda / Lentil Sweet Corn Cottage Cheese Fritters

Dal corn paneer pakoda or mixed lentils, cottage cheese and sweet corn fritters.
Rain makes everything beautiful. Don’t you like pitter patter sound of rain and cold breeze of this season? I know you also love this season with more greenery. In Bengali we call it bristi bheja din.

And we need some delicious fried foods like fluffy hot kachori, pakoda chop, cutlets and different types of fry with steaming hot drinks in monsoon, right? So here is an easy to make delicious crispy crunchy pakoda or fritter made with three types of dal or lentil, sweet corn, paneer or cottage cheese, onion, green chilli and some spices. You can add 1 – 2 eggs in the batter if you want. I have wanted to add some finely chopped cilantro or coriander leaves and one egg. But both was not in my pantry when I was making it and it was raining heavily so made it whatever I had. And everyone loved the taste. So no need of eggs and cilantro 😊
Enjoy the rain and this pakoda with a cup of tea or coffee or any hot drink of your choice. Photo credit my daughter Suchismita.

This week’s our 203 #Foodiemonday bloghop theme is #RimJhimBarse. Have you heard the beautiful song Rim jhim barse paani? This week very talented Preethi Prasad who blog at Preethi cuisine suggested the theme.
Visit her blog for many authentic and innovative recipes.
This week we all the members of bloghop sharing monsoon special recipes.

You may like some more fried recipes on this blog.

1. Biscuit roti or kachori

2. Dhuska

3. Mochar chop or banana blossom croquettes

4. Hinger kochuri or hing kachori

5. Dimer chop or devilled eggs

6. Radhaballavi

7. Parippu vada or lentil fritters

8. Falafel

9. Paneer or cottage cheese croquettes

10. Mix veg cutlets

11. Aloo chop or potato fritters

Serve the fritters with any sauce or chutney or dip. You can get some chutney and dip recipes here.

1. Mango sesame chutney

2. Water chestnut or singhara chutney

3. Onion tomato chutney or dip

4. Peanut chutney or dip

I have used moong dal or yellow lentil, masoor dal or red lentil and chana dal or Bengal gram in these fritters. And sweet corn and cottage cheese or paneer made these fritters more delicious. Little rice flour made the pakoda crispy. So enjoy the fritters with all the goodness of lentil, cottage cheese and sweet corn.

Recipe

Moong dal or yellow lentil – 1/3 cup

Masoor dal or red lentil – 1/3 cup

Chana dal or Bengal gram – 1/3 cup

Sweet corn – 1/2 cup, boiled

Paneer or cottage cheese – 1/2 cup, grated or mashed

Rice flour – 4 tablespoon

Salt to taste

Green chilli – 2 – 3, finely chopped

Ginger – 1/2 inch piece

Onion – 1 large

Cumin powder – 1 teaspoon

Chaat masala – 1 teaspoon

Oil for frying

Method

1. Rinse well and soak all the dal or lentil in sufficient water for 3 – 4 hours.

2. Drain the water and grind the dal with ginger and green chilli. You can use little water for easy grinding, but don’t make it runny.

3. Crush boiled sweet corn in food processor. Don’t make fine paste it should be course.

4. Finely chop the onion.

5. In a bowl mix dal or lentil paste, boiled and crushed sweat corn, mashed or grated paneer/cottage cheese, finely chopped onion, rice flour, salt, cumin powder and chaat masala powder. You can add 2 tablespoon chopped cilantro or coriander leaves if you have. Mix everything well.

6. Heat sufficient oil to deep fry. When the oil heated drop spoonful of batter in the oil. Press gently with the spoon to make flat.

7. Or with your hand make small balls and flatten with your fingers and drop in the hot oil. Fry on low flame.
Turn over and fry the other side till golden brown.

Remove from oil and place the fried pakoda or fritters on a paper towel.
Serve hot with any chutney or sauce.

Notes
1. Use chilli according to your taste. You can use more green chilli if you like it spicy.
2. Instead of grinding with dal or lentils grated ginger and finely chopped green chilli can be a used. Or use 1 tablespoon ginger garlic paste if you like garlic flavour.
3. You can add 1 – 2 egg in the batter if you want.

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Hazelnut Honey Chocolate Mango Smoothie

Hazelnut honey chocolate mango smoothie.
Healthy delicious chocolaty and creamy smoothie. You can also serve it as a chilled dessert. Enjoy the chocolaty and lip-smacking taste.
I have already shared lots of smoothies on this blog. Get the recipes here.

If you are vegan use coconut milk, almond milk, soy milk or any non dairy milk of your choice. Also dairy milk can be used. Choice is yours but I love coconut milk in my smoothies. Use any milk and enjoy the heavenly taste.
We already discussed about chocolate, mango and honey. This time used hazelnut in this smoothie. We loved the mixed taste of hazelnut, chocolate and mango. If you don’t have mango, you can use apple, banana, pear or any fruit.

Hazelnuts make a tasty snack and are a great addition to many dishes. When a person includes them in a balanced, calorie-controlled diet, the nuts also provide several health benefits.
Hazelnuts contain:
vitamin E, healthful fat, protein and dietary fiber.
Eating more hazelnuts may improve a person’s health in a variety of ways.

Hazelnuts may:

1. Support bowel movements
2. Reduce weight gain
3. Protect against cell damage
4. Lower levels of harmful cholesterol
5. Improve insulin sensitivity
6. Support heart health
7. Reduce inflammation
8. Improve sperm count
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Mango season is about to end so check out some more mango recipes on this blog.

1. Black rice pudding and mango parfait

2. Mango walnut choco chips muffins

3. Dairy free mango pineapple smoothie

4. Sugar free mango coconut laddu

5. Mango rasgulla

6. Mango cobbler cookies

7. Mango steamed sandesh or aam bhapa sondesh

8. Mango pomegranate overnight oats parfait

9. Vegan mango peach pear smoothie

10. Mango pomegranate and tender coconut salsa

11. Mango litchi fudge or barfi

12. Eggless no bake no gelatin no butter mango cheesecake

13. Paneer or cottage cheese and mango smoothie

14. Mango kalakand

15. Mango sandesh

16. Mango banana smoothie

17. Eggless mango mug cake

18. Mango coconut and flax seed smoothie

I have used everything chilled to make this smoothie. You can add some ice cubes if you want. Sweetness is perfect for me. If you like your smoothie more sweet, taste after blending. Add 1 teaspoon more honey if require. You can also use cashew nuts, almond or any nuts of your choice.

Recipe

Hazelnut – 4 tablespoon, roasted

Honey – 1 tablespoon

Milk – 1 & 1/2 cup, coconut, soy, almond or dairy

Chocolate – 4 tablespoon, grated or finely chopped

Mango – 1 cup, cubed

Method

1. Dry roast the hazelnut on a pan till fragrant if you have unroasted hazelnut.

2. In a blender add roasted hazelnut, cubed mango, grated or finely chopped chocolate and honey.

3. Blend and add milk. You can also add some ice cubes if you want.

4. Blend till smooth and frothy. Taste and add little more honey if require and blend again.

5. Pour the mixture into a glass. Top with grated chocolate and mango.
Serve immediately or keep in refrigerator and serve chilled as a dessert.

Notes
1. Vegan people can use coconut milk, almond milk, soy milk or any milk of your choice.
2. You can use apple, banana, pear or any fruit instead of mango.
2. Cashew nuts, almond or any nuts can be used in this smoothie.

Sending this post to two groups.
This month time for A to Z challenge, a challenge initiated on Facebook Group, created by Jolly and Vidya.
Wherein a group of bloggers come together and we choose key ingredients alphabetically to cook and post a dish every alternate month. This month’s Alphabet is letter H. And I have made this smoothie with double H, honey and hazelnut.

Monday again and this week’s 202 #Foodiemonday bloghop theme is #KuchMeethaHoJaye suggested by Renu Agrawal Dongre who blog at Cook with Renu. Do visit her space for some awesome recipes. This week we have to share a recipe with chocolate.

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Watermelon Punch

Watermelon punch.
Here is a chilled and refreshing drink to beat the heat. A delicious drink with all the goodness of watermelon, orange and lemon. You don’t need any sweetener because watermelon and orange have enough sweetness.

Juicy and sweet watermelon not only low calorie, refreshing and delicious but its also rich in vitamins and many healthy plant compounds.
Here are the top 9 health benefits of eating watermelon. Helps You Hydrate. Contains Nutrients and Beneficial Plant Compounds. Contains Compounds That May Help Prevent Cancer. May Improve Heart Health. May Lower Inflammation and Oxidative Stress. May Help Prevent Macular Degeneration. May Help Relieve Muscle Soreness.
Watermelon is a surprisingly healthy fruit. It has a high water content and also delivers many other important nutrients, including lycopene and vitamin C.
These nutrients mean that watermelon isn’t only a tasty low-calorie treat — it’s also very good for your health.

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You may like some more watermelon recipes on this blog.

1. Watermelon salsa

2. Watermelon rasgulla

3. Watermelon cantaloupe mint smoothie

4. Watermelon sandesh

5. Watermelon muffins

6. Virgin watermelon mojito

7. Mocktail with watermelon

8. Litchi watermelon date peach Tulsi and almond smoothie

9. Watermelon cooler with tulsi and Aloe Vera

This fruit punch is very easy to make. Just combine all the juice and add some ice cubes, lemon slices and watermelon scoop. Enjoy the chilled, refreshing and delicious drink.

Recipe

Watermelon – 4 cup, cubed and seedless

Orange juice – 1 cup

Lemon juice – 2 teaspoon

Ice cube as require

Watermelon scoop and lemon slices to garnish

Method

1. Blend the watermelon cubes in blender or use your juicer to make juice.

2. Strain the juice with a strainer.

3. Mix orange juice and lemon juice.

4. In a glass place some ice cubes, lemon slices and watermelon scoop.

5. Pour the watermelon orange and lemon juice over it.
Serve immediately.

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Kathal Paneer Kofta Curry Or Raw Jackfruit And Cottage Cheese Balls In Gravy

Kathal paneer kofta curry or raw jackfruit and cottage cheese balls in gravy.
Gravy is rich creamy and delicious without cashew nuts or almond. Only nutritious melon seeds are used to thickened the gravy.
Low calorie and protein, vitamins and mineral rich melon seeds are not only excellent for thickened the gravy but also enhance the taste.

Melons derive their rich colour from beta carotin, which is good for eye.Dried melon seeds contain unsaturated fats and fibers. Watermelon seeds are rich in lysine, which can work wonders for diabetics.

Summers are here! And if there is one thing we can be thankful for in this scorching weather, it would have to be all the delicious fruits the season brings with it. A variety of Melons are seen at this time of the year, being sold by fruit vendors across the country at local vegetable markets.
Summer melons, be it musk melon, watermelon or honey dew melon, are packed with a dozen health benefits. But while relishing on the juicy flesh, have you been discarding the seeds laden with nutrition and health benefits? According to Healing Foods, it strongly recommends loading up on these miniature nutritional bombs you have ignored all your life. It notes, “Eat the seeds: The dried seeds contain unsaturated fats and fibers, makes nutritious addition to savoury dishes”.

Macrobiotic Nutritionist and Health Practitioner, Shilpa Arora says, “Everything begins with the seeds. These are living foods that give each cell in our body a renewed energy. All seeds are loaded with enzymes that aid digestion and absorption. In fact they have more enzymes than the actual fruit in the concentrated form.”

She goes on to say, “Summer melon seeds are great source of energy like magnesium, which is vital for a healthy heart. It is great for diabetics as it is loaded with essential amino acids like lysine and tryptophan. Melon seeds also provide a wonderful cure for insomnia because tryptophan induces relaxation and sleep.”

To read more about health benefits of melon seeds click here.

You may like some more kofta recipe on this blog.

1. Methi paneer kofta in palak gravy or fenugreek and cottage cheese balls in spinach gravy

2. Paneer kala chana kofta curry

3. Mint paneer kofta

4. Matar kofta

5. Aloo kofta curry

6. Soya kofta

7. Malai kofta

Monday again and this week’s 198 #Foodiemonday bloghop theme is Eid With Foodies.

My contribution is this delicious and easy to make kathal paneer kofta curry or raw jackfruit and cottage cheese balls in gravy. You can use your appe pan to fry the kofta in less oil. Fresh cream can be added in the gravy, I didn’t. If you don’t have melon seeds then you can use cashew nuts or almond or poppy seeds paste instead of melon seeds.

Recipe

For kofta

Kathal or jackfruit – 250 gram, boiled

Paneer or cottage cheese – 1 cup, crumbled

Besan or chickpea flour – 2 tablespoon

Salt to taste

Ginger – 1 inch piece, grated

Green chilli – 1 – 2, finely chopped

Bhaja moshla or roasted mixed spice powder – 1 teaspoon, get a recipe here
https://batterupwithsujata.wordpress.com/2018/03/18/roasted-mixed-spice-powder-or-bhaja-moshla/

Cumin powder – 1 teaspoon

Garam masala powder – 1/2 teaspoon

For gravy

Onion – 2, medium

Garlic – 4 – 5

Ginger – 1 inch piece

Tomato – 2, large

Green cardamom – 3

Clove – 3

Cinnamon – 1 inch piece

Salt to taste

Sugar – 1/2 teaspoon

Melon seeds – 3 tablespoon

Cumin powder – 1 teaspoon

Coriander powder – 1 teaspoon

Turmeric powder – 1/2 teaspoon

Garam masala powder – 1/2 teaspoon

Kashmiri red chilli powder – 2 teaspoon

Slit green chilli – 2, optional

Oil – 3 – 4 tablespoon

Water – 2 cup

Method

1. Soak the melon seeds in warm water for 15 minutes.

2. Grind onions, garlic and ginger into smooth paste.

3. Grind tomatoes, green cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and melon seeds separately.

4. Mash the crumbled paneer or cottage cheese well to make smooth.

5. Squeeze the water of boiled kathal or jackfruit.

6. Mix with mashed paneer, besan or chickpea flour, salt, grated ginger, chopped green chilli, bhaja moshla or roasted mixed spice powder, cumin powder and garam masala powder.

7. Mix everything well and make small balls.

8. Heat oil in a pan. Fry the balls till golden brown from all the sides. Place the fried balls on a paper towel. If you want, you can use appe pan to fry the kofta in less oil. Or use your air frier to make kofta balls brown.

9. In the same oil fry onion, garlic and ginger paste till onion mixture starts to change it’s colour.

10. Now add ground tomatoes, green cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and melon seeds paste.

11. Saute and add salt, sugar, cumin powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, garam masala powder and kashmiri red chilli powder.

12. Saute till oil leaves the sides. Add water and 2 slit green chilli. Let it boil.

13. When it starts to rolling boil reduce the heat. Cook on simmer for 15 – 20 minutes.

14. Add fried kofta and cook for 2 minutes more.

15. You can add 1 – 2 tablespoon cream if you want. Remove from heat.

16. Garnish with cilantro or coriander leaves.
Serve hot with steamed rice, roti, paratha, naan, puri pulao, jeera rice, fried rice or any bread.

Notes

1. Cashew nuts, almond or poppy seeds paste can be used instead of melon seeds.

2. You can use your appe pan or air frier to fry the kofta in less oil.

3. Use chilli according to your taste.

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Orange Cranberry Cornmeal Cake

Orange cranberry cornmeal cake with whole wheat flour and Soyabean flour.
A very easy to make, soft, moist and delicious orange flavoured cake with dried cranberry.

I have used nutritious cornmeal in the cake. Not only easy to digest it has also Cancer-Fighting Properties.
Cornmeal has iron, zinc, niacin, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and even has protein and no cholesterol.
Source

I have made it both with and without Soyabean flour. And with Soyabean flour cake texture is more soft. Both taste great but I loved the texture of Soyabean flour cake. But never make whole cake with Soyabean flour. Always mix it with other flour. Add this protein rich Soyabean flour in your cake and see the difference in texture and taste.

You can get one Cornmeal cranberry cookies and some more Soyabean flour bakes on this blog.

1. Gluten free apple almond cupcakes

2. Gluten free mocha coffee cake with coffee glaze

3. Gluten free pineapple cupcakes

4. Focaccia with whole wheat and Soyabean flour

5. Blackberry preserve stuffed gluten free eggless cherry cupcake

6. Gluten free cornmeal carrot cake

7. Eggless coconut cupcakes

8. Gluten free vegan fruit cake

9. Gluten free lemon cherry loaf cake

10. Sugar free carrot cake

11. Multigrain-bread

This post is going to be a part of 197#Foodiemonday bloghop Get in shape theme or a dish to be represented in a geometric shape suggested by Kalyani Sri who blog at
Sizzling Tastebuds. Do visit her space for many wonderful recipes.

My contribution is this rectangular loaf cake. Which is full of orange flavour and taste is amazing because of dried cranberry. But if you don’t have cranberry then you can use tutti fruity, choco chips or any dry fruits of your choice. You can use refined flour or maida or any flour instead of whole wheat flour, cornmeal and Soyabean flour.

Recipe

Whole wheat flour or atta – 3/4 cup + 1 tablespoon

Cornmeal – 1/2 cup

Soyabean flour – 1/4 cup

Baking powder – 1 teaspoon

Baking soda – 1/2 teaspoon

Orange juice – 1 cup

Orange zest – 1/2 teaspoon

Powdered sugar – 3/4 cup

Oil or butter – 1/3 cup

Vinegar – 1 tablespoon

Vanilla essence – 1 teaspoon

Dried cranberry – 1/4 cup

Method

1. Preheat the oven at 180°.

2. Grease a loaf pan and dust with flour.

3. Mix 1 tablespoon whole wheat flour with cranberry to avoid sinking at the bottom.

4. Sieve whole wheat flour, cornmeal or makke ka atta, soyabean flour, baking powder and soda.

5. In a large bowl whisk orange juice, powdered sugar oil or butter and vinegar. I have used oil.

6. Add orange zest and vanilla. Whisk again.

7. Now add all the dry ingredients gradually. Mix to make a lump free batter.

8. Fold in flour mixed dried cranberry.
Pour the batter into greased and flour dusted loaf pan. Tap the pan gently on your kitchen counter two three times.

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10. Bake in preheated oven at 180° for 30 – 40 minutes or until the toothpick comes out clean.

11.Let the cake cool down. Slice and serve with milk, tea or coffee.
Happy baking 😊

Notes
1. Refined flour or maida or any flour can be used instead of whole wheat flour, cornmeal and Soyabean flour.
2. If you don’t have cranberry then you can also use choco chips, tutti fruity or any dry fruits of your choice.

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