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.
This is a basic cake with an Orange flavor to it; not exactly an orange fruit cake. However, I find it interesting to make and share as it is a bit different from the regular vanilla or chocolate cakes. More importantly, this recipe targets simple decoration of a cake for beginners. I’ve shown a simple way to make a cake look good; especially if you are short of time and ideas, this method should work well. Let’s see.
Pav Bhaji is an integral part of the Indian Street food and is probably the most ordered dish at a fast food restaurant; well, at least in Mumbai. 🙂 My last recipe was for the Pav; now, here comes its partner: the bhaji. 😀
For the Pav-lovers who like to have it for breakfast or evening-snack, make your own at home and enjoy the freshness of it. Team it with a vada or bhaji and you’re done! 😀
Banana Bread is a moist bread, more like a cake. It is a very good snack and also something which is quite filling when you are looking for a quick bite; and of course, is great to taste. With a lot of banana bread recipes with egg, I wanted to try an eggless one for myself as I am a vegetarian (though not strictly vegetarian). Moreover, I try to replace maida (plain flour) with whole wheat where I can. Here, too, I have used whole wheat flour instead of Maida. It barely makes any difference to the taste, in this case at least. Very easy to make and does not require too many ingredients, either. Try it..:)
Ever imagined, how many more things one can prepare out of the cream: Paneer(cottage cheese), Ghee (Clarified butter), Makkhan (butter) and Mawa (Solidified Milk). In this recipe, I have shown how to make ghee and mawa. 🙂
I just can’t begin to describe how happy it makes me to bake the Shrewsbury. I simply call it the ‘king of cookies’ as I feel nothing beats the taste and it is simply irresistible. From the neighborhood kids, my friends to my family, everyone just loves the Shrewsbury biscuits. Hope you enjoy baking this, too.
For all of you who love desserts and especially apple pies, here is the recipe for the same. The aroma of cinnamon, with an outstanding taste of apples with honey will make it difficult for you to wait for the baking time. It is a super comfort food for me and I can have it any time of the day. This was on my list since long and finally, got a chance. Hope you love it, too!