This dessert needs no introduction The most taken for granted dessert, but superbly delicious and ready in no time! Call it Creme Caramel, Lagan nu Custard or Steamed Pudding more or less they are all same with little ingredient difference here and there. We Bohras make this on gas by steaming, similar to the Parsi… Continue reading CARAMEL PUDDING (steamed method)
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Diwali is around the corner and there is a huge list of tasks to be accomplished. One of the major Diwali chore is preparing yummy food that the family can enjoy together and also serve guests. Besan Laddus are a Diwali faraal (snacks) staple and I gave them a twist by enriching with powdered Badam… Continue reading Diwali Special – Badam aur Besan ke Laddu
Aslam has a very humble food kiosk in Delhi’s Jama Masjid Area serving the most finger licking good chicken. It is so famous that people from different cities never fail to take a trip to Jama Masjid for a bite of his juicy, creamy and buttery chicken.
Sheermal is a popular sweet, milk bread from Persia. The bread is round and thick but soft. It is midly sweet and high of flavour and fragrance. Preparing Sheermal at home is no big deal. Follow my recipe below to try it out.
Kofta Curry is an Indian dish of meatballs in gravy. This famous meatball curry consists of fine mince balls cooked in a tangy spicy curry and served along with bread or fragrant white rice. Kofta curry is a lip-smacking, easy to prepare curry dating back to royal kitchens from the era of Mughals. It is… Continue reading Kofta Curry