I love Gujarati Snacks (well, who doesn't?) but have never made any of them at home. Always devoured the readymade ones from the likes of Bikaner and Haldiram. My attempt at making these snacks is only limited to borrowing recipes, so recently when a Gujarati friend's moms passed on a tried and tested recipe of Khatta… Continue reading Pizza Dhokla
Raisins or Dried Grapes are a good source of Iron. If you are looking at consuming Iron Rich foods then make raisins a part of your daily diet for sure. The best way is to snack on them couple of times during the day. Sharing here an easy recipe of Digestive Raisins which can be… Continue reading Digestive Raisin Sticks – Iron Rich Recipe
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.
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.