Gulab jamun is an authentic Indian sweet that cannot be forgotten for any celebration be it North or South, so how could I not share gulab jamun recipe when I’m on the spree of sweet recipes. Today’s post is not the authentic gulab jamun recipe made with khoya, this is actually a twist to theContinue Reading “bread gulab jamun recipe, how to make bread gulab jamun”
Making spongy rasgulla used to be a dream for me until I nailed it one fine day. So I thought, now when I’m on a Indian dessert recipe sharing spree, I cannot forget Rasgulla being a bengali that too when Durga Puja is around the corner. Making spongy rasgullas has always been my heart’s desireContinue Reading “spongy rasgulla recipe, how to make spongy rasgulla”
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”
Hey friends! I’m back with a twist to the classic lemon Iced tea today. Very soon mangoes will not be available anymore as summers are almost over. So I thought I could use the left over mangoes at home to make beverages out of them.
Hello friends!!! I am back with another fruit beverage today. KIWI, as it is commonly known originated in China, it has a sweet and tangy taste. Kiwi fruit brings a lot of health benefits with it , it is a good source of dietary fibre and is also rich in Vitamin C and Vitamin E.Continue Reading “KIWI BLAST”