This particular snack has been on my list since a while now and finally, I could bring it on. Gunje or Gujiya as it is called in the North of India and Karanji in Maharashtra, is a peculiar and extremely special preparation in all Indian households during the festive season of Diwali. Lets check out.
In this recipe, I present to you a very simple version of making the famous and the dreaded chocolate Walnut Brownie. I have tried to depict this dessert in very simple steps and hope it tempts you to try it out at home. Let me know how it turned out. Have a great time!
Coming back to what you love is a privilege and I couldn’t be happier! ; On this sweet note, I thought to resume my journey with a dessert. Kalakand is a much loved Indian dessert and the creamy and milky texture just melts in the mouth. This recipe shows a very very simple process of making Kalakand; It is for people like me who can’t resist having it and wouldn’t go to a store to buy either. Let’s go!
Nankhatai is a sweet snack and loved by many. One reason to avoid this snack is that it is too rich in fat. There’s a lot of ghee and butter that goes into the making of nankhatai. However, this does not deter me from having this amazing sweet snack which just melts into the mouth.
Easy, delicious and low on time-consumption: defines this recipe. You can make it as an accompaniment for the morning breakfast or for a kitty party. Your friends are going to love this and so will the kids.
These are the salted counterparts of the Shakkarpara, with some minor differences. These go great with tea or milk and are loved by all. One of the goodies made on the occasion of Diwali, these are easy to make and great for a long-time storage.
Yayyy! It’s Diwali and I am super-excited to make all the goodies that go for the prashad for Diwali Puja. There are various snacks and sweets made on Diwali across the country. In my home, we primarily prepare Gunje or Gujiyas, shakkarpare, Namkeen pare or khurme, besan ke laddu and few more sweet dishes. In this recipe, I introduce Shakkarpare. The mildly sweet snack. Crispy and crunchy, great with tea, these are my personal favorite of the season!
Another delicious and savory bread to go with all times. A great snack, breakfast or even a lunch if teamed with cheese and veggies. You may top it up with your favorite toppings like tomatoes and herbs.
With Diwali around the corner, it seems there’s a sweetness in the air! Nothing beats the festive spirit of Diwali. I thought to begin the festivity with a simple sweet dish: Jalebi. My favorite of all. Trust me, once you have had the homemade Jalebis, you will never like the outside ones. I do not like to add any artificial food color to it, neither any essences to the sugar syrup. You are going to be loved for this simple yet yum recipe.
Kebabs are one thing I love and always want to try new varieties of. The hung-curd kebabs are super tasty, nutritious and give me a restaurant-like feeling on the plate. 😛
These can also be served as a starter or a tea-time party snack with friends. I’m sure they’ll love it, too.