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.
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!
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.