CARROT UTTAPAM

Carrot Uttapam is a healthy breakfast / dinner made from Idli Dosa Batter. I have use Milagai Podi / Idly podi to give extra crunch and taste.  A friend, a terrific blogger Paarulz Kitchen , approached me for a guest post for her new series on blog. Definitely how can I miss that chance.. You all should definitely... Continue Reading →

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TANGY URAD

This whole black gram curry is so delicious and so easy to prepare. Perfect meal for on going jain festival - PARYUSHAN or on TITHI days( When Jains don't eat green vegetables and fruits ). Tangy and Spicy combo will definitely tickle your taste buds. KHATA-URAD what we call in Gujarati. Taste best with Bhakhri... Continue Reading →

CHURMA LADOO

CHURMA LADOO , is very famous Indian sweet. Deep fried Wheat Flour dough balls, mixed with Ghee (Clarified Butter) and Jaggery.  Then shaped into ladoos. ...Melt in mouth, rich in taste and need few ingredients..what else one need for a classic sweet. CHURMA LADOO is such a sweet one can easily make and such yummy taste... Continue Reading →

SUKHDI

Sukhdi / Gol Papdi/ Gur Papdi is an aunthantic sweet of Gujarat , which is made from Ghee (Clarified Butter) , Wheat Flour and Jaggery . Only 3 ingredients but very tasty and very flavourful. I have garnish this delicious sweet with grated dry coconut. . It is one of my signature dishes . My... Continue Reading →

SPICY KADHI

This is a delicious , tangy indian recipe which is served a side dish. It taste awesome with hot Steamed Rice or Roti. Sour curd/Buttermilk cooked with Gram flour and spices. So easy , so tasty . Its very different then Gujarati Kadhi, which is Sweet in taste. Its tangy and spicy. I personally love... Continue Reading →

CHOLE (No Onion No Garlic)

Chole/Chhole is a very popular Indian dish which was originated in Punjab region.  This dish has won everyone's heart even in other countries too. Freshly ground spices will enhance the flavour and taste of dish. Ideally Chole is served with Bhatura , but if you are fussy about fried food then can serve with Paratha/... Continue Reading →

RASMALAI

RASMALAI is a very popular Bengali Sweet. Rasmalai literally means RAS- juice MALAI - cream. Flattened balls -discs of Chhena-Cottage Cheese are cooked in sugar syrup then dunked in thick flavourful milk which is creamy .  RASMALAI is juicy, soft and so delicious. Garnish with nuts and serve chilled 🙂 🙂 Coming festival season, impress... Continue Reading →

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