Gulab Jamuns are the most loved of all desi sweets. Delicate fried dried milk balls are soaked in flavoured sugar syrup and served warm or cold. Gulab Jamun is a celebration sweet and relished by all, but not many dare to make it at home, mainly due to the fear of landing up with an… Continue reading Softest Mawa Gulab Jamun
Ragi Chocolate Cake is a wonderful dense cake made using millet flour and devoid of any gluten. This eggless cake, gluten free cake is a perfect snack when craving something chocolaty. It's quick to prepare and uses easily available ingredients.
Sev ladoos bring back yummy childhood memories for me. Sev ladoos were made by mom as an Eid sweet for Eid ul Fitr. Brother and I absolutely relished this sweet treat and always looked forward to eating endless ladoos. Mom knew our love for the ladoos, she would make batches of frozen ladoos which would… Continue reading Sev Ladoo
This Eid ditch the usual favourites and give Basbousa a try! Basbousa is a popular Middle Eastern sweet made from Semolina. It has it's origins in Egypt but is very commonly prepared is homes as well as sold in local bakeries across the Middle East. Basbousa is cooked in a pan traditionally but these days… Continue reading Basbousa – Eid Special
Chana Bateta, the quintessential Bohri speciality, a spicy and tangy dish of boiled peas and potatoes This is commonly sold on roadside stalls of Bohri Mohalla, Mumbai during Ramadan and is a popular side dish prepared during food gatherings. Chana Bateta is frequently prepared for iftari (time to break Ramadan fast) by people who cannot… Continue reading Chana Bateta – Bohra Style