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
Kaju Katli - the famous Indian sweet made using cashewnuts needs no introduction. The popular diamond shape "mithai" is particularly relished during Diwali and is liked by everyone. This Diwali try making some at home and enjoy the goodness of Homemade Kaju Katli.
While Diwali is all about traditional fun, one can always take a break from the monotony and do something unconventional. If you are looking for fun family time doing something crazy, this Diwali, then head to The Krazy Kids Karnival which is coming to town on the 4th & 5th November 2017 (new date of… Continue reading This Diwali hop on The Krazy Kids Karnival Bandwagon for some Family Fun Time
Kofta Biryani is a biryani that uses minced meat balls or koftas instead of meat pieces. Mince can be of any meat of your choice; however, mutton is the most commonly used meat for this biryani. As exotic as it sounds, the biryani has many steps to it but is not difficult to prepare at all. Try it to treat your friends and family this Eid.
It’s the last weekend before school re-opens (Yay!) and I decided to treat Nabeel with his favourite food – Chicken. It’s Ramzaan too so I narrowed down on an Indian recipe this time which would double up as our iftar treat 🙂 On an average, Non-Indian recipes (read baking recipes) out number Indian recipes on… Continue reading Methi Murg Tangdi Kebab