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Badam Ka Halwa

Badam Ka Halwa is made from badam, ghee and sugar among other things. It is very nutritious and rich dish, it is full of proteins and minerals specially potassium and calcium. It gives few extra calories so is advised when you are recovering from any illness and is also great for kids taking part in various games and physical activity. To top it all up, it is extremely easy to make and tasty to eat. [...]Read More

White Chocolate & Strawberry Mousse

Today is Valentine’s day and a lot of people are looking to do something different to impress their valentines. Well why not make a special and great looking dessert for your special one. Red is the color of the day, so I used strawberry’s set over a white chocolate. This White Chocolate & Strawberry Mousse can be made with easily available ingredients. I used a readily available milky bar white chocolate for the white layer [...]Read More

Paneer Kheer

Its the season of love and Valentine’s day is just round the corner. In this week, why not make something for your favorite special at home and enjoy a delectable dessert just between the two. Paneer Kheer could be the answer you are looking for as it can be decorated nicely with red rose flower petals, its easy to make and its sweetness complements the love. As the name suggests, this dessert is made with [...]Read More

Aata Besan Sooji Halwa

We should be glad that our culture has so many great recipes; among these, halwa is probably one of the yummiest desserts in India. It can be made with many different ingredients like gajar (carrots), besan (gram flour), aata (wheat flour) and sooji (semolina), etc. Today I made a mixed-ingredient halwa from aata, besan and sooji, all together mixed with a lot of desi ghee. The taste just cannot be explained in words! It looked absolutely [...]Read More

Carrot Payasam

Payasam is a delectable dessert from the state of Kerala, a special serving is made for the festivals like Onam and other auspicious occasions. At the same time, it is made in regular meals as well. Payasam is much like kheer in other parts of India and can be made differently with many ingredients. The ingredients wary by the season and some of the most common are vermicelli, carrot etc. Carrots being available in abundance in [...]Read More

January 10, 2014
Gobhi Ki Kheer

Have you ever had Gobhi Ki Kheer? if not, then you must try this recipe and for sure you would like it. It may or may not sound interesting, I too had similar doubts before making it, however once I made it, there is no stopping to finish it quickly. The daily use cauliflower (gobhi) is grated and boiled with milk with added sweeteners to make this kheer. It is a great versatile option for [...]Read More

Pongal

Pongal is a traditional festival celebrated in the state of Tamil Nadu to mark the harvest season ending, it coincides with Makar Sankranti and Lohri celebrated in the North India. Going with the festival name, a dish called Pongal is also prepared using rice, milk and other ingredients like ghee, lentils, gud (jaggery), this is one of the key dishes for the festival, however it is also prepared in most other festivals or rituals in [...]Read More

Gud Pag

Gud or jaggery is unprocessed form of sugar and has been used traditionally in India for making sweets for festivals and rituals. Most of our generation would still remember the nice taste of these sweets, however the same is hard to say for next few generations. You can still find it in the super markets, so while its still easily available, let’s transfer the recipes to our younger generation. I made Gud Pag in preparation [...]Read More

Churme Ke Laddu

Churme Ke Laddu is a delicious dish from the state of Rajasthan and is made with coarse wheat flour and desi ghee with loads of dry fruits. It is more so loved in the winter season and once made, they can be stored for a few days. They go well as a dessert however I just keep them out for the day and my family just loves to eat it through the day as and [...]Read More

Aate Ke Laddu

Aate Ke Ladoo are just loved in my family, whenever visiting grand parents my son always has on his list having these everyday. These are absolutely delectable and a full plate just disappears during the day. As the name suggests these are made with wheat flour or atta mixed with powdered sugar (boora). This recipe has been carried in the family for few known generations and I share this with you today so you too [...]Read More

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