Tag: navratri recipes
Singhare Ki Puri | Vrat ki Puri is made during fasts or vrats in North India using just gluten-free flour and some other basic ingredients and spices. These puris (flatbreads) turn out so yummy and absolutely melt in the mouth soft. We can use water-chestnut flour (singhara atta) or ... Read More
Yes, everyone knows I love Pedas 😉 I like them all…well almost! What’s not to like, they are sweet, slightly fudgy and so delicious! Much like these golden beauties…my Instant Kesar Pedas (saffron fudge). A 15 min wonder..more like.
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Most of us have been avoiding the consumption of onion and garlic during Navratris and stick to eating home cooked and light meals. I feel that doesn’t need to be restricted to Aloo ... Read More
I love potatoes! I can have them in any form except sweet 😱😱 Potatoes got to be spicy and delicious….can’t be bland and sad…! That’s what I am sharing today…awesome, spicy and so easy to make too!
Besides, it’s without any onion and garlic too ... Read More
One of the most popular and delicious sweets from Mysore is the most beloved Ghee Mysore Pak | How to make Mysore Pak. It has a lovely aroma and has a wonderful melt in the mouth kinds of texture. It is so easy to make this at home and needs very few ingredients.... Read More
You’d love to chomp on something healthy for a change, wouldn’t you! I know I would…..and I do☺️ These peppery, spicy, very crunchy & absolutely addictive Roasted Masala Makhane (Foxnuts)are our go to snack on most days!
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The famous Mathura ke Pede recreated in my kitchen! They are much easier to make than it looks😁 Just a little bit of elbow grease and you’re almost there…almost!! 😜
I say almost, because I was tired and then stopped the ‘bhunoing ... Read More
Considering how much I love Potatoes, I have a very few recipes about them on the blog! Dubkimaar Aloo or Rassedaar Aloo Tamatar is very common in my home…specially for Sunday brunch with some crispy, flaky, layered Parathas😋 NomNom!!
I have always loved Peda. They are soft, slightly fudge and absolutely melt in the mouth! 😋
Ever since I was a kid, I would wait for a trip to Mahalaxmi Temple in Mumbai to lay my hands on some of the small, yellow Pedas that we would offer as ‘Prash ... Read More