Recipe for Aloo Palak Biryani | Aloo Palak Rice | Spinach Potato Rice with spices Last evening was one of those times where I got totally stuck on what to cook for dinner. Yes, cookbook… [Continue Reading]
This quick and easy recipe for Burfi made using milk powder uses 4 ingredients and takes 20 minutes! Tinged pink with beet juice, they make pretty homemade gifts.
This Persian inspired Saffron Rice studded with lightly sautéed dried fruits and nuts is a showstopper of a dish, perfect for any festive occasion.
This 4 ingredient dessert from Bengal is sure to have you licking the spoon this festive season. Super easy to prepare, this dessert is a must try!
This Kesar Badam Kheer with pumpkin is my Mum’s super hit recipe. It is creamy and thick, with the flavour of saffron lingering on your tastebuds making you crave for more!
Kesar Nankhatai |Saffron Recipes – Recipe for Saffron flavoured Nankhatai, Indian shortbread cookie Saffron Nankhatai / Saffron Cookies Diwali is just round the corner. Which means it’s the roll-up-your-sleeves and get-down-to-cleaning time of the… [Continue Reading]
This Pumpkin and Carrot Halwa is my take on the traditional gajar halwa. A pressure pan cooks the halwa in no time, khoya adds to the richness and your pumpkin-carrot dessert is ready!
A few days ago, I saw an Instagram video from +Saransh Goila making a Saffron Warqi Paratha. In keeping with the theme of recipes from Awadh and Lucknow on SaffronTrail blog all March, I was excited to share it with my readers and Saransh was generous to share his recipe. For those who don’t know him, Chef Saransh Goila is considered India’s youngest celebrity chef and has anchored a show that took across to the length and breadth of India, called Roti, Rasta aur India. You can read more about him here
A simple payasam naturally sweetened with dates and the flavour from cashews
[This post is a part of a joint project with my blog friend Raaga. Check that post here
Tried and tested recipe for 7 cup cake – an Indian fudge sweet made using besan, ghee, coconut and semolina. Perfect for any festive occasion.
Dip, dip ,dip! Sometimes, you just want something light to nibble for dinner. While I’ve labelled this recipe under Party Starters, you need not necessarily have a party to enjoy this kind of finger food. This is perfect stuff to share with your partner while watching your favourite movie on a Frida