I know it’s been a long long time, since I’ve talked to you. I was missing talking through my posts as (may be as) much you missed reading 🙂
Firstly, I’m wishing you a very happy and healthy 2017. It’s never late! Right? Continue reading “It’s Never Late! Recipe for Malida, a Winter Dessert”
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”
We are already in a festive mode. Isn’t it? To save your time and make you the rockstar in making desserts, here I am, with the simple recipe of Rabri. Continue reading “Rabri Recipe | How to Make No-Sugar Rabri 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 another recipe of khajur. Dates or khajur is a rich source of fibre, protein and vitamins.
I love to take khajur daily in my diet because of its health benefits. We can make a variety of desserts with this fruit like khajur halwa, khajur milkshake and the khajur laddus. After the milkshake I’m sharing another Khajur recipe with you. I consider cuisines made from the dates healthy as there is no need to add sugar unlike other desserts. Continue reading “Khajur Laddu Recipe”
Last week I saw this movie, Mother’s Day. IMDB gave it 5.2 rating. It’s light and soft movie, a one-time watch, that shows the different sides of a mother. I liked it. But as I said it’s one-time watch, I won’t go again.
It’s Mother’s Day and celebrations are on; how you are celebrating this day? And, the most important question – What do you do, the entire year, for your mom to make her smile?
Continue reading “Raw Mango Gudamba Recipe, Mom-style”
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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”
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Chandrakala gujiya is a Holi-special sweet and an all time classic. This traditional sweet Chandrakala Gujiya has a delectable taste and you get different flavours in one sweet dish. The recipe and the dessert both are completely Indian. Continue reading “Dessert Recipe: How to Make Chandrakala Gujiya”
Kheer, an Indian sub-continent cuisine, is a rice pudding made by boiling rice with milk and sugar. Kheer-like dessert is common in Middle East and West. It is said that Kheer was first made at Lord Jagannath Temple in Puri, Odisha, 2000 years ago. Kheer is prepared on different occasions like festivals and weddings. You can make Kheer from various fruits like apple, orange or banana. Zafrani (kesar) kheer is also popular among the sweet dish lovers. You can add dry fruits and spices, like cinnamon and green cardamom (elaichi), to give variations and flavours.
Origin of Kheer
Kheer is healthy and rich in calcium. It’s a versatile dish. Romans were the first to give variations in kheer by adding rose water and dry fruits. They call it stomach’s secondary refrigerator. In ancient history it is mentioned that the people then used to have kheer as dessert. Continue reading “Shahi Khoya Kheer”
Shahi Tukda (or Shahi Tukra) is one such dessert which you can find easily at parties or weddings. This sweet dish is believed to be of Mughal origin. Shahi, derived from Persian, means royal and tukda, derived from Urdu-Hindi, means a piece. This royal recipe is said to be inventd in 19th century.
Shahi Tukda is a combination of fried bread, milk and mawa (almonds, pistachios, cashew). Here’s an easy recipe to prepare Shahi Tukda at home: Continue reading “Easy Recipe: Shahi Tukda”