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.
Dal Makhani also known as “Maa di Dal” is a very popular Punjabi Daal. This is an easy recipe to make healthy Dal Makhani. The uniqueness of this dal lies in the fact that the more time it is cooked, tastier it is.
It may surprise you but baking breads is simple. Get the right ingredients and measure correctly. To start with try this ￼ easy recipe for baking fresh burger buns at home. Don’t forget to add some love !!
A Juicy Lamb Burger Made at home. The creamy basil sauce and Red wine sauce coupled with Home made minced meat patty makes it a perfect meal.
A recipe of Dark Chocolate Fudge Brownies, made from Chocolate Coverture and spiked with orange liqueur.
￼Mutton seekh kababs are made of minced mutton and grilled on a skewer. It is starter that kids and adults both love. This is a easy recipe to make seekh kababs at home.
￼Cauliflower and Potato gravy made in mustard oil and flavoured with Panch Phoran from eastern UP and Bihar. Served with hot pooris to cheer up anyone on a rainy day.
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…
This is one of my favourite starters. When I am planning for an elaborate dinner I keep some dishes that do not require much time without compromising on taste. This recipe is dedicated to my late maternal uncle, who used to love cooking and hosting. Right from cleaning the meat to cooking he would do everything by himself, except for adding salt. For which he would ask my mom ( his younger sister) or my aunt. He had a big mortar and pestle in which he used to grind onion garlic and also make mint chutneys. We call this preparation…
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…