Chicken Cutlets are those tender cakes of meat popularly served as starters across the global and eaten by dunking in variety of hot and tangy sauces. The term cutlet is of English origin and actually refers to a piece of meat which has been flavoured, crumbed and fried. However, over the years the dish… Continue reading Bohri White Sauce Cutlets (chicken)
Mention Eid and the first thing that comes to the mind is a bowl of creamy luscious Sheerkhurma. Sure this dessert is synonymous with Eid but there is one more to die for Eid sweet popular among the Bohra Muslims i.e. the Stuffed Kharak (Dried Dates). Every year Muslims break their Ramzaan fast by biting into… Continue reading Eid Special – Anjeer Kharak / Stuffed Dates
Jalebi a popular roadside sweet from India is an everyday celebration dish.
Sweet Potato Kheer is an easy Indian dessert prepared commonly for everyday celebrations.
Here's a recipe I learnt more than a decade ago and finally tried for Diwali this year. Pista Badam Biscuits are those typical melt-in the mouth kinda Indianised cookies loaded with nuts and with a hint of saffron, sold commonly at local Indian bakeries. The recipe is off my bakery journal from my IHM days.… Continue reading Pista Badam Biscuits