Yummy on the palate..easy on the tummy..
Yet again a cake that I made on order for a small tea party. This is a lighter version of the pound cake which is made with loads of butter. This also makes a very good base for a cream cake. Continue reading “Ghee cake”
M back in Mumbai after a short stint at my home town. Summer is at it’s peak and its very important to keep body hydrated. It’s the rite season to enjoy Icecreams, Coolies, Smoothies and everything that is exciting to the palate. Continue reading “Rose custard kulfi”
Now here’s a cheat’s version of the authentic Milk burfi… 😉 .. Something that could be tried when you need to feed your guests and have no time for anything elaborate…With cooking time lesser than 15 mins. here is the recipe for Instant Milk burfi that is rich and sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. Continue reading “Instant Milk burfi”
Yummy Indian dessert – Lauki halwa
Yet another favourite dessert – The Lauki halwa. It’s just a couple of simple ingredients that goes into making this yummy dessert. For making this halwa, have adapted the same method used for making Carrot halwa. Continue reading “Lauki halwa”
A yumm…dessert for Diwali….
A treat that truly reflects the world of Bengali sweet decadence. Something between a milk cake and pudding, the Bhapa doi is a creamy rich indulgent dessert. One of the finest delicacy from the sweet land of Bengal. Continue reading “Bhapa doi – Quintessential Bengali dessert”
Last few weeks were pretty hectic with festivals, celebration, family get togethers n I hardly got any blog time. N when things got back to routine, I was left thinking wat do I post this week. Opened my recipe diary, n these lies my favorite payasam recipe ” Semiya payasam “- easy on the tummy n very pleasing on the palate.. 🙂 Continue reading “Semiya payasam”
Yet another porridge recipe from Kerala – The Ada pradhaman . This is a stand out one amongst the numerous varieties and is rightly called a Pradhaman meaning “the one that holds the utmost importance in a traditional luncheon/sadya. Continue reading “Ada pradhaman”
Yet another delish..treat
A simple yet delicious sweet bite, made with the simplest of ingredients, producing one of the finest delicacies – the Doodh Peda. Just 3 ingredients and a little bit of cooking is all that is involved here, yielding one of the most sought after sweet treats in the Indian market. Continue reading “Easy Doodh peda”
The last few days in my hometown and the final recipe coming out of my Mom’s kitchen this season – The Pal payasam. Payasam is an integral part of any festival/celebration in Kerala. Out of the numerous varieties, the most commonly made payasam in a malayalee household will have to be the Pal payasam. Continue reading “Pal payasam”
Healthy yummy snack bites…
Yumm yumm…the aroma of roasted rice and sesame seeds(ellu) coming from the kitchen, something that makes me salivate every time. Nothing could beat this delicious traditional home made Ari n ellu unda. Continue reading “Ari n ellu unda”