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Candied Rose Petals (Using Eggs)

Candied Rose Petals (Using Eggs)

I had posted the version of Candied Rose Petals without using eggs a few days before Valentine’s Day to include in my Rose Flavoured Nankhatai!I had also mentioned of making Candied Petals using eggs so here is the recipe! Recipe link for Rose Nankhatai : […]

Candied Rose Petals (Eggless)

Candied Rose Petals (Eggless)

With Valentine’s Day around the corner the demand for Red Roses increases by the day.It is a good idea to preserve Rose Petals and use them in your special treats you make for your Valentine!This is one simple technique! There are 2 ways to make […]

Mini Khandvi Bites

Mini Khandvi Bites

Khandvi is one of the best known Gujarati snack items on the Indian plate!It consists of Gram Flour/Garbanzo Bean Flour/Besan which is cooked to a paste,spread out thinly and rolled up.I gave this a delicious twist as I made it into bite sized delights to […]

Yogurt Fruit Bark

Yogurt Fruit Bark

There is a new dessert which has been invented recently called the “Bark”! Bark literally means the dried up covering of a tree trunk broken into random pieces!This recipe has maybe followed that criteria only to have become famous and garnering more followers by the […]

Roasted Tomato and Carrot Soup

Roasted Tomato and Carrot Soup

MY LAST POST IN YEAR 2017 This is both a Winter Soup as well as a great Christmas Dinner option!It contains a whole lot of healthy nutrients,plus warming agents and lip smacking goodness of vegetables like Carrot and Tomato which means the body is getting […]

Lettuce,Rocket,Apple and Tomato Salad

Lettuce,Rocket,Apple and Tomato Salad

There are times when we yearn for edible things which are not available where we stay and forage the markets as well as online looking out for them and making notes of which recipes we would make when we get our hands on exotic ingredients […]

Geeli Khitchdi

Geeli Khitchdi

Khitchdi is a delicious mix of rice,lentils and spices which is internationally famous!Often touted “The poor man’s food” it has reached international heights when the British adopted it their way known as Kedgeree which included vegetables,meat and fish! Recently Khitchdi was in the news as […]

Thukpa (an Indian North Eastern/Tibetan/Burmese Noodle Soup)

Thukpa (an Indian North Eastern/Tibetan/Burmese Noodle Soup)

The North East Frontier Provinces are beautiful,almost untouched and divine parts of India where waterfalls flow with all their fervour,myriad birds chirp with different songs,where unknown and utterly delicious fruit trees have made their home only to be available to the best of us who […]

Nimona (Hari Matar Ka Nimona)/Fresh Green Peas Curry

Nimona (Hari Matar Ka Nimona)/Fresh Green Peas Curry

Winter in India is just a month away and then food enthusiasts are transported to a world brimming with variety and freshness in the form of fresh vegetables and assorted fruits.This recipe of Nimona was first tasted by me in my uncle’s house in Lucknow […]

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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