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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 […]

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 […]

Motichoor Laddu

Motichoor Laddu

“Moti” means “Pearl” and “Choor” means to pulse so this Laddu is exceptionally delicious as we are making everything here from scratch. This Laddu is made on almost every occasion,festival,engagement and marriage in India and is loved by all.In some places there is a custom […]

Besan Gujiya for Ganeshotsav

Besan Gujiya for Ganeshotsav

Om Ganeshaya Namah! I have posted the recipe for the delicious Indian dessert Gujiya before. Then the blog was not even a year old and it was one of my most liked recipes! Check the recipe of Gujiya here : Gujia(Half Moon shaped stuffed pastry). […]

Multicoloured Chum Chum (the favourite Bengali dessert with a twist of Modern Art)

Multicoloured Chum Chum (the favourite Bengali dessert with a twist of Modern Art)

I have experimented with Bengali Sweets a lot and this is one of my innovations!I made a plain Chum Chum and painted it on top with edible food colours making it an edible example of Modern Art.I used liquid food colours and a plain silicon […]

Gulgule Pua/Gulgule/Pua/Meethi Pakodi(Whole wheat flour fritters)

Gulgule Pua/Gulgule/Pua/Meethi Pakodi(Whole wheat flour fritters)

In North India,when the bride enters her husband’s home after marriage,it is a big occasion with multiple family members,friends and neighbours coming to see the bride and asking her multiple questions about herself,her family and her likes and dislikes.One very crucial question which concerns the […]

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