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Gajar ka halwa

Gajar ka halwa!yummmmmmmmmmm,that’s my first impression.Yes,a very simple Indian dessert prepared during festive season,but I don’t need any  reason to prepare  this delectable dessert only during occasions,for me anytime whenever I crave for it is a feast.And friends my blog looks incomplete without this beauty.I remember the time when I used to relish this sweety when my amma used to ... Read More »

Gnocchi with Alfredo sauce

Ciao(Hi)!…..Gnocchi !What in the world is that?Yes ,that was my first expression when I first came across the recipe in the recipe book.But the recipe seemed to be very pleasing and I thought to give it  a try soon,and soon added in my cooking wish list.And then last week when I was doing my monthly grocery  shopping I was surprised ... Read More »

Shahi dingri paneer

Dingri is a kind  of mushroom cultivated in Punjab from October to March.There are different kinds of mushrooms cultivated in India and dingri is one among them.Mushrooms have a lot of  medical benefits.Some of the mushrooms are not edible,so it is advised to consume certified mushrooms.At our place my kids like mushrooms in any form.The mushroom used in my recipe here is ... Read More »


Kalakand or Qalaqand is a milky burfee and a most popular sweet from Rajasthan as wiki says but I thought it was popular sweet from Bengal. In India,it is prepared during special occasions and with Diwali around the corner this is one of the best sweet to be relished.It is very easy to prepare and this tastes simply Yummy. Ingredients: Paneer or ... Read More »

Sabasige soppu ambado

Sabasige soppu means Dill leaves and ambado means vada .Sabasige soppu is most commonly known as shepu,suva bhaji etc.This is the most famous South Indian  snack in Bangalore.I really admire the beauty of this leafy vegetable.Some like its aroma and some don’t,but I like it.It is very rich in minerals and Vitamin C. Several types of preparations can be prepared  with this soppu. ... Read More »

Shahi tukda

Diwali is almost nearing and I’m in the festival mood to cook all authentic delicacies for the festival. Shahi tukda is also known  as Double ka meetha ,which is a Hyderabadi dessert.Double ka meetha means milk bread  soaked in sugar syrup. Shahi tukda is a very famous dessert in the Mughlai cuisine.Usually the slices of the bread are cut into triangles.This dessert is rich and fully loaded with ... Read More »

Onion rings

We first tasted Onion rings at Pizza hut and ever since that my son has become a huge fan of it. Who doesn’t love fast food? It is an era of fast food but nothing like the home cooked version . It is more healthier and hygienic. Onion rings makes the best starter for  the vegetarains .  They are crunchy and coated with ... Read More »

choco lava cake

Molten choco lava cake is a yum desert for all the chocolate lovers like me.Ever since I tasted it at Dominos I wanted to learn to bake it.I have tried several versions,watched lots of videos before trying this…Practice makes a man perfect.So I love to practice and make myself somewhat perfect.I have also tried Master Chef Shipra Khanna’s eggless version ... Read More »

Black forest cake (Eggless)

Black forest cake or its origin as the German say “Schwarzwalder Kirschtore “aka Black forest gateau  is a rich creamy cake consisting of dense layers of chocolate cake sandwiched with cherries and whipped cream…The Cook Historian says that “It is often prepared with the alcohol”. I was waiting for the occasion to bake this  beauty, so finally I grabbed an opportunity ... Read More »

Zebra cake

Today is the first month anniversary of my space and to make it memorable I thought of baking Zebra cake . This is the third time I’m baking Zebra cake. First time I had baked an eggless version for my birthday, 2nd time for my daughters birthday with eggs and third time  its today. Of course my choice is eggless  over eggs when it ... Read More »