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Category: Festival Recipes

Gulkand stuffed Gulab Angoori Rasmalai (Rasmalai with a touch of Rose for the month of Love)

Gulkand stuffed Gulab Angoori Rasmalai (Rasmalai with a touch of Rose for the month of Love)

The Romantic month of February is here and the hearts,beats and declarations increase at this time!Those who have had memorable experiences on this day remember them and make it a point to remember them for life!This is also the day to promote love for humanity […]

Papchi (a Chhattisgarh sweet snack)

Papchi (a Chhattisgarh sweet snack)

My blog will not be complete without posting gems from such parts of India which are hardly ever mentioned.Chhattisgarh is a State located in the centre east of the country.It borders the states of Madhya Pradesh in the northwest, Maharashtra in the south west, Telangana […]

Patishapta/Patishapta Pitha for Sankranti

Patishapta/Patishapta Pitha for Sankranti

When the new year kick starts in India,people eagerly wait for Sankranti or let us type the correct terminology – Makar Sankranti! This is celebrated all throughout India as various festivals of Makar Sankranti,Lohri,Magh¬†Sankranti,Sakraat,Khichdi,Poush Parbon and Pongal.Common items of cooking include mung dal/lentils,freshly harvested rice […]

Kesar Lachha Rabdi

Kesar Lachha Rabdi

HAPPY NEW YEAR! My first post in 2018 Rabri in North India is thickened and sweetened milk which is generally had as an accompaniment with other desserts like Jalebi,Malpua or Gulab Jamun.Milk is thickened over low heat and as the skin forms over the surface […]

Victorian Christmas Cake

Victorian Christmas Cake

Merry Christmas Folks! A couple of years ago I posted the recipe for Traditional Christmas Cake which was widely appreciated and many people tried the cake out with spectacular results – in fact some of them taking the extra step to buy Marzipan for covering […]

Khira Sagara (an Odia dessert)

Khira Sagara (an Odia dessert)

The Indian State of Odisha is popular for its temples,the beautiful Eastern Ghats,waterfalls,the lovely beaches and the great array of tasty delights!A lot of influence from West Bengal is seen in the cuisine,especially the desserts.There was the universal argument on which state invented the famous […]

Jackfruit and Pineapple Pilaf

Jackfruit and Pineapple Pilaf

In the International arena of food there have been so many evolutions in almost all the places of the world that it would take several books with hundreds of pages to write synopsises on them.And also each region comes up with new and unique inventions […]

Madras Mixture (delicious South Indian Trail Mix)

Madras Mixture (delicious South Indian Trail Mix)

“Mixture” is the common name given in South India to an assortment of mixed treats.The result is a delicious trail mix which is great for tea parties on festive occasions as well as it can even be made for everyday consumption.This is available in sealed […]

Pineapple Jamun (Gulab Jamun with a fruity twist)

Pineapple Jamun (Gulab Jamun with a fruity twist)

Everyone makes the quintessential Gulab Jamun during Diwali!This recipe is given a fruity twist when I combine the Pineapple fruit with these delicious fried balls of dough,dunk them in again Pineapple flavoured syrup and serve them for a great experience!For a change I did not […]

Ghugni (A Bengali snack for Durga Pujo)

Ghugni (A Bengali snack for Durga Pujo)

Ghugni is a Bengali snack made from dried yellow Peas or “peeli matar” as it is called in Hindi.You can get this almost everywhere in all towns and cities and it is widely used both as an accompaniment with rice or roti or as a […]

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