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Kaju Chocolate Barfi – Warmest Diwali Wishes

Diwali is the biggest festival for the Hindus of Indian community and the subcontinent. A beautiful festival of lights, secular spirit, good …

Jodhpuri Pulav – A Royal Affair!

I have been super lazy lately and haven’t prepared any savories or sweets for the most festive festival DIWALI! I literally have always …

Minty Peanuts

Minty Peanuts

Minty Peanuts is the perfect snack to keep you warm and happy during winters. Or make it to entertain the guests. An …

Aloo Bread Tikki

Aloo Bread Tikki (Potato Bread Cutlets)

Oops I deep fried again! 😁😮 I have a very good explanation to it. Believe me! The weather outside is wet, the …

Kesariya Paneer ki Kheer ( Saffron drenched Cottage Cheese Pudding)

Warning – This post has lot of photos! I couldn’t decide, which one not to post! So I have made the saffron …

Cheesy Tomato Spanish Rice

Taco Bell used to serve these delicious rice, which they switched to Cilantro Rice, later on. That side rice dish was so …

Khatte Meethe Baingan (Sweet & Sour Eggplants)

Go Meatless on Mondays! I have been associated with Meatless Monday for more than an year now. People might think, hey aren’t you a …

Sooji ka Halwa / Semolina Pudding

Sooji ka Halwa / Semolina Pudding You ask any Indian about this halwa (pudding), and they will instantly start drooling over it. …

Basic Guidelines to Performing Ashtami/Navami Kanjak Pooja

Basic Guidelines to Performing Ashtami/Navami Kanjak Pooja {Image Source – Google Images} Disclaimer 1 – The mentioned article Basic Guidelines to Performing Ashtami/Navami …

Sookhe Kaale Chane

Sookhe Kaale Chane  Sookhe Kaale Chane is a “must make” dish for Ashtami / Navami Kanjak Pooja. Along with it, Halwa and …

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