Dhuska

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Among many fritters, this is my family’s new favorite. “Dhuska” is a Jharkhand pakoda which could be served in breakfast or supper with tea in the evening. It is a deep fried rice and lentils’ batter. Thanks to...
Gur pare

Gur Pare

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin When we meet new friends and people in life, we learn a lot from their culture and get influenced indirectly. Jaggery is the basic sweet in some of my friend’s homes. In my childhood days, I hated gur...
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Kolhapuri Mix Veg

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Winters is a time for indulgence in food ! The abundance of fresh vegetables in the market has always tempted each one of us to cook different forms of cuisines. Today I am sharing with you my recent...
Dhokla

Gujrati Khaman Dhokla

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin “Khaman Dhokla” a common household name in almost every Indian’s home, is as easy as tough it could get. I have made Dhokla a numerous times in these four-five years and found out that the Dhokla steamed on...
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Linzer Jam Cookies

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin To celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday Break, I baked these goodies with my daughter . These cookies are not only kids’ favourite, but they turn out to be everyone’s dearest. My friend , Shipra once shared her love for...

Home-made Desi Ghee

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Hello friends !! Clarified butter or Ghee is the most basic fat used in India for making sweets, smearing rotis(fulkas)/Chapatis , for roasting curries and seasoning Dal. It is not only useful in kitchen, its applications extend outside...
Sunehri mathri

Whole wheat Mathri

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Indian homes are bustling with the aromas of “Sweets” and “Farsaan”(savory snacks) again !! With the festivals , there comes a sweet air of freshness, happiness and yummy delicacies. But why to ignore our health while enjoying these...
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Hari-bhari kachori

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Back from a long vacation in India, which seems shorter now 😉 wanted to re-live those moments spent with my parents and sisters. So I tried these “Kachoris”. I was fed with all sorts of delicacies back at...
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Sirke-wali pyaz

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin In India, most of the “Dhabas” or loacal eateries serve this as a complimentary side with the main course we order. My hubby, who hails from Haryana, has fond memories of this dish served with “Dal Makhani” or...
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Gur ki Panjiri

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Hello all !! We all love to indulge ,when it comes to food! It is relished more if it is nutritious and energizing too. “Panjiri” or “Kasaar” or “Saandha” is the famous Indian sweet mix of nuts, flour...