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Thandai panna cotta (without gelatin)

Thandai panna cotta (without gelatin)

Print Thandai Panna Cotta Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time 20 mins Resting Time 2 hrs Total Time 25 mins   Panna cotta is a famous Italian dessert. This is a perfect duo of famous Indian drink, Thandai (spiced almond milk) and Italian dessert panna […]

Sabudana kheer

Sabudana kheer

Sabudana/ Sago/ Tapioca kheer is famous during the festive season in India. But you don’t need to wait for festivals to indulge in delicious desserts, Right?

Sabudana khichdi

Sabudana khichdi

Sabudana/ sago/ tapioca pearl khichdi is the most popular dish made during fasting season like Navratri, Mahashivratri, Ekadashi, etc. But I don’t wait for the fasting season to indulge in this dish!

 

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Sev Mamra

Sev Mamra

Sev (Savory gram flour noodles) – Mamra /murmure (tempered puffed rice) is light yet filling and addictive snack. If you go to any Gujarati household you’ll always find a big container filled with mamra. As a child, I used to have this almost every single […]

Gajar Halwa Trifle

Gajar Halwa Trifle

Gajar (Carrot) Halwa is a popular traditional Indian dessert, originating from north India. If you are going to any Indian social gatherings, chances are high you would find this (or Gulab jamun).

Rajma

Rajma

Rajma is one of the popular curries from north India. It is made with red kidney beans. Growing up in Gujarati family, my mom hardly used to make Rajma. I was introduced to authentic rajma during my college days through one of my north Indian college friends. Her mom used to make Rajma Chawal every Monday and I loved it so much that I will always show up at her place every Monday.

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Poha

Poha

Poha is a famous Maharashtrian breakfast dish. It is also known as Kanda poha, or Kanda pohe, Bataka poha or Batata pohe. (Kanda means onion; bataka or batata means potato; poha or pohe is flattened or beaten rice). The other variations of the dish are […]