Patishapta is a popular sweet from the state of Bengal in India. I learnt this recipe from my friend Smita’s mother in law Mrs. Shyamali Mukherjee. I will refer to her as Aunty, as thats what I call her. I meet her many a times in the evening when she comes down for a walk and…
￼A very simple and quick Recipe for Goan Fish cutlets. High on nutrition and low on calories.
￼ Recipe for Goan style Rawa Fish Fry. It is an easy recipe with a few readily available ingredients.
Meethe Poode or Meethe pue as they are sometimes called are the Punjabi version of pan cakes. In each cuisine you will find dishes that are similar and adapted to local taste. I have very fond memories of eating the meethe poode made my by grand mother. She was old and frail but would make these very patiently. My eldest aunt also liked it and whenever she would come we would make it, especially when it rains. Cold breeze, heavy rains, hot cups of tea, meethe poode and listening to stories of my Bhuji ( Father’s sister is addressed as…
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
Chole Bhauture is a very popular street food i north. this recipe gives very light bhaturas.