A recipe for Healthy , Vegan , Sugar-free gourmet Dessert. ￼
￼A gem of a recipe from my mother on How to make soft and spongy Stuffed Dahi Bhalle.
Recipe for classic bread butter pudding with a little variation. Served with a Bourbon whiskey sauce. This is a light dessert that can be served warm or cold.
Kimami Sewai or Seviyan or Semiya or Vermicelli Halwa is a dessert made in almost every household to celebrate Eid. This recipe has comparatively less sugar and instead of using mawa milk is used. Without compromising on the taste and richness, the sewai is made healthier and lighter.
Dry Fruit Chaat sounds unique and tastes awesome. I have lived and visited cities like Varanasi, Lucknow , Delhi etc which are known for their variety of chaat. In fact I have not come across many places in Bangalore that serve good chaat. Chaat is a must eat on my visits to Delhi and Lucknow. North Indian Weddings are know for their grandeur and elaborate spread of food. A chaat counter is a must. One of the dishes that is a ” star attraction” nowadays is the dry fruit chaat. Dry fruit chaat with hot chai during the rains is…
I got big Coconuts from a friend who came back from her hometown in Kerala. I have never seen such big coconuts and was very excited. The same evening I met a friend who is vegan. Every time I meet my vegan friends I get more inspired to work on vegan recipes. Therefore I thought of doing a Vegan coconut muffins for breakfast. Did a trial batch, modified the ratios and got the ratios right in the second trial. I also consciously kept nutrition in mind while working on this recipe. As a mother of four year old, I want…
Sooji Ka halwa or Kesri bhaat is the most commonly made sweet in an indian household. It is offered as prasahad in Kanjake ( as mentioned in my Kala Chana post ). Each family it’s own recipe of Sooji Halwa. I add Besan ( Gram flour ) and it gives it very earthy taste and a lovely colour. Also, there are various types of sooji, coarse or fine. For Halwa we use fine sooji.
Moong daal halwa is a must forPunjabi a celebration. Takes a little time but taste is awesome