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30 Diwali recipes

30 Diwali recipes

Check for the sweets and savouri for this Diwali. Happy Diwali to all of you. Kalakand. Rava Laddoo. Moong dal kheer
Kulfi Faluda

Kulfi Faluda

This week is a dessert week as its a special week filled with special occasions starting today with my loving hubby's birthday
Falooda - A Royal Summer Delight

Falooda - A Royal Summer Delight

Falooda / Faluda is belongs to Persian Cuisine and famous in all over asia as a traditionalIndian/Pakistanidessertdrink
A Rose Garden Of A Dessert

A Rose Garden Of A Dessert

This weekend we had company. This is nothing new for us, weekends are always for entertaining. This guest was different however, at least for me
Chilli Paneer Dry/Easy Paneer Recipes

Chilli Paneer Dry/Easy Paneer Recipes

is one big problem I am coming across every day, it is definitely not cooking,. it is not teaching lessons for kids, it is not the household work, it is not
Paneer Chilli Dry

Paneer Chilli Dry

It's a lazy day as usual anddidn't have any plans of preparing something tedious. so opened refrigerator andlooked in with a hope of finding something good
Chilli Paneer/ Chilly Paneer Dry.

Chilli Paneer/ Chilly Paneer Dry.

Ingredients for fried Paneer. Oil to deep fry. Ingredients for Chilli sauce. Redfood color- few pinches. Method
Diwali Faraal

Diwali Faraal

Traditional Besan LaddusIngredients. 4 cups besan2 to 2 ½ cups pure ghee3 cups sugar power (Pithi sakhar)1/4 cup milk1 tspn cardamom powerRaisins and cashews for garnishingPreparation. Mix besan and pure ghee in a vesselHeat it over low flameRoast it for at least 45 min to 1 hour till you get aroma in some other room. After roasting, add milk to the mixtureStir the mixture and put off the flameAllow the mixture to cool for 2-3 hoursAddcardamompowder to the mixtureLastly, add sugar powder to the mixtureMake small balls of the mixtureAffix cashew and raisin to it. Sending this entry to Cooking 4 all Seasons Indian Thali Mela. 1 tspn cardamom
South Indian Breakfast Thali

South Indian Breakfast Thali

Sambhar Idly. UlundhuVadai(uraddhalvada). Degree Kaapi. Poondu chutney(garlic chutney).                         Venpongal is a easy to make breakfast item which I make almost every Saturday for breakfast or dinner
Sweets

Sweets

Click on the menu for the receipes.    1.  Palkova2. Oats Banana Sheera3. Sweet Aval/poha
Halloween Sweets Pt. 3

Halloween Sweets Pt. 3

, about 40) regular marshmallows6c crisped rice cereal1/2c orange & brown M&MsUsing a big saucepan melt butter over low heat, add marshmallows and stir until completely melted, remove from heatAddcrisped rice cereal, stir until well coatedQuicklyadd in colored M&Ms, stir quickly so the candy color doesn’tbleed into the marshmallowUsing buttered spatula or wax paper evenly press mixture into 13 x 9 x 2-inch pan coated with cooking spray, coolUsing a Halloween shaped cookie cutter – cut into shapes to serve 3 tbsp butter or margarine. 6c crisped rice cereal
Sweets for Your Valentine

Sweets for Your Valentine

 Unlike Christmas, I only have one recipient on my list for Valentine's Day.  my husband. A few years ago, I made my husband a batch of Chocolate Covered Cherries for Valentine's Day
Nargisi kofta curry

Nargisi kofta curry

The word kofta is derived from Persian kūfta, means "to beat" or "to grind" or meatball. Kofta is a Middle Eastern and South Asian Meatball
Dal Baati

Dal Baati

Today I am posting yet another dish I prepared for the Rajasthani Thali, the famous Dal Baati. No Rajasthani Thali is complete without this dish
Rajasthani Thaali - SNC

Rajasthani Thaali - SNC

I am part of this wonderful group called South North Challenge, started by Divya Pramil of You too Can cook
Qeema Fara

Qeema Fara

Hi friends, today I am going to share with you a very traditional recipe from my native - UP. It is a legacy passed onto me from my mom, who used to make it very often inspite of staying abroad
Brown Butter Biscotti and a Festive Drink

Brown Butter Biscotti and a Festive Drink

It’s gotten cold.   And with it, that dull light that is the bane of food bloggers.   Would it be weird to ask for pieces of white and black foam board for Christmas