Rajasthani Special Churma Laddoo Recipe is shared by Chef Padma Singhvi. The Churma Laddoos are best served with dal and baati; it’s a unique and special western Indian cuisine. Continue reading Rajasthani Special Churma Laddoo Recipe
Thanks a lot Anu, from Taste Buds, to write a guest post for us. She is an amazing food blogger. Anu is from Kerala and now residing at Dubai. A software engineer by profession turned out be a full time home maker. She has started to blog 2 years back which is mainly focused in Indian cuisines. You can check out her blog here and follow her on Facebook/Instagram/Pinterest.
Handing over to Anu from here 🙂 Continue reading “How to Make Gulab Jamun from Bread | Guest Recipe by Anu Yalo”
As promised, here are the Best Diwali Sweet Recipes. These dessert recipes had already appeared on the food blog. Continue reading “Best Diwali Sweets Recipes”
I’d made this Moong Dal Kheer yesterday. It is also called as Moong Dal Atwal. I exactly do not know the origin of this dessert but will find someone who would talk to me about this kheer. Or if you know some facts related to Moong Dal Kheer, please let me know because knowledge is for sharing.
Sadly, what I wrote here somehow got deleted and I’ve to start all over again. Anything for Desserts recipes! Continue reading “Moong Dal Atwal | How to Make Moong Dal Kheer”
What does a good start of the day mean to you? It’s a perfect cup of coffee, isn’t it? or the tea lovers would say a perfect cup of tea! What if we accompany it with a yummy Sugar-free Espresso Walnut Brownie? Healthy treat!!
Here’s the Recipe for Espresso Walnut Brownie by Mark from MoreFlavour. This is a guest post. Scroll down to know more about Mark. Continue reading “Brownies for Weight-Watchers! This is How to Make Espresso Walnut Brownie at Home”
You say Eid and the first thing that comes to mind is Sewain. Like me, there are many people who would wait for Eid to have this Qemami Sewain.
If this dessert is not cooked properly it is a big turn down; I’ve seen people making very sticky and sometimes dark brownish Sewain. I would say a no to it. Although it’s all about taste, the way Sewain looks, matter too. Continue reading “Qemami Sewain Recipe | How to Make Qemami Sewain”
Here is step by step guide to Homemade Plum Ice cream Recipe.
Ice cream! Or should I say I scream for Ice cream! 😀 Whether it is summer or winter season, if you are an ice cream lover, you will always have it. Ice creams, specially in summers refresh me. I love to have this dessert after main course; if possible I can have it daily!
From among the uncountable variations, I’m sharing how to make plum ice cream at home. I had made this ice cream twice at home and it was liked by everyone, including me. This Plum ice cream tastes marvelous for its sweet and sour flavour. Continue reading “Plum Ice Cream, My Perfect Dessert Idea”
With the mercury level soaring, what more could be refreshing than a chilled bowl of “Tender Coconut Pudding”.
Tender coconut water is known for its unique combination of simple sugars, minerals and electrolytes. This Coconut pudding is creamy, light and bursts with playful notes and ideal to be had during any time of the day. It is a simple Coconut Pudding recipe and can be made with very basic ingredients.
The first time I got to taste this divine pudding was at the ‘Fruit Shop On Greams Road”, from then on there was no stopping me. It has always intrigued me if I could ever create something so divine. With many trial and errors, with minor adjustments and some tweaking I managed to make this decadent pudding, which I’m sure you’ll enjoy making and eating as well!! Continue reading “Tender Coconut Pudding”
Gujia Recipe is easy to make; the step by step guide with the video recipe will help you in making it more easily.
Come Holi and I go into flashback mode when I used to visit my friends and neighbourhood and would get a variety of Gujia/Gujias to munch. I would wait for Holi every year just to have this sweet dish, Gujia 😀 .
The Holi celebration would begin with visiting one of my close friends, where I would munch on at least two Gujias. And then the Gujia trail would continue till my stomach bulged. I was and I am very fond of Gujia recipe… I cannot bring those “selfish” childhood moments back but can create one for my daughter 🙂 . Continue reading “Holi Recipe: How to Make Gujia at Home”