Delicious besan laddoos in the Microwave in just 5 minutes 🙂 Give it a try!
Tried and tested recipe for 7 cup cake – an Indian fudge sweet made using besan, ghee, coconut and semolina. Perfect for any festive occasion.
Last week we had a pre-Independence day party at home. The night before the party, since I was already busy with all preparations, I was in no mood for any elaborate cooking. We generally do not have rice on a week night, because we both prefer to have rotis or pasta / noodles. Rice comes to rescue
When Anita, one of my favourite people among the food bloggers called out to us to make pooris, I could not bear to refuse. And let me confess, this is the first time I’ve ever made them. They puffed up beautifully and were a great colour, but I did not want to handle the camera with oily hands, hen
Regulars on my blog know that I have been cribbing endlessly about the heat in Bombay. I have almost forgotten how to make perfect round rotis, because it’s clearly been a while since I made them. That doesn’t mean I’ve been hogging rice for all my meals, which would have been the best thing to happ
Who doesn’t like mildly sweet spongy pancakes all dripping with maple syrup? There weren’t many pancake-serving places in Mumbai earlier so my first brunch with a stack o’ pancakes was in at the IHOP in Rochester, NY. My favourite being the multigrain pancakes, which had the grainy bits within and a
Continuing from here Cleaning is half-way through and home is already looking beautiful. For most Hindus, Diwali is a wonderful excuse to spruce up the house, discard old unused stuff, bring in new little ideas and ofcourse make delicious food to share with loved ones. I truly believe that old unuse
Instant Khaman Dhokla
Thanks for all those who participated in the first event at Saffron Trail. The Weekend Breakfast Blogging table was filled with breakfast foods from around the world. Check out the round up with the guidelines to WBB#2 here. Pulao is so common-place and biryani is so much effort. I like a pulao that