I know I’m very much into baking and stuff and I started this blog mainly to share my dessert and baking recipes but I cant ignore Indian cuisine, after all my roots are here. I bake at home but whenever we dine outside, its mostly Indian food at our table.
Halwa is a popular Indian sweet since ancient times, there are a ton of halwa variations from semolina halwa, flour halwa, fruit halwa, vegetable halwa and the list goes on. The most common halwa prepared on a regular basis in Indian households are semolina halwa and gajar ka halwa. I made Anjeer/fig halwa yesterday andContinue Reading “FIG/ANJEER HALWA”
This is one recipe that is very close to my heart and I often prepare it at home. I’ve tried many recipes of nankhatai, by far this is the best recipe I have found and thought of sharing with my readers. The purely Indian version of cookie or shortbread biscuit should be tried by allContinue Reading “NANKHATAI – EGGLESS INDIAN SHORTBREAD COOKIES/BISCUITS”
Colocasia stem or taro stolon is a common vegetable of Bangladesh. In India, it is popular in Bengal commonly known as KOCHUR LOTI. Now a days it is found in some supermarkets of India in its frozen form. The next place where you can find this easily is a Bengali’s kitchen garden. My mother hasContinue Reading “TARO STOLON/COLOCASIA STEMS WITH CHICKPEA LENTIL / CHHOLAAR DAAL DIYE KOCHUR LOTI”