A nutritious Porridge made from Jowar(sorghum) and Milk, with a subtle flavor of Green cardamom.
An easy breezy recipe for making praline sweet, loaded with nuts and dryfruits… Diwali Special !
Summer being officially in, its time for School Vacation here in India. Vacation….sounds Music to my ears…No morning rush, no Tiffin worries and no studies-related stress. But then vacation do mean, keeping your little one, fruitfully occupied. Computer games, Television are good for just a limited period of time, though kids beg to differ on […]
Oops it already started melting….. To begin with, it’s my Better Half’s Birthday today , So Happy Birthday Dear Hubby (Even though you dislike publicly displaying affection and all those mushy sentiments..still….). Then comes the rantings (Ahh that’s my favorite part of blogging..lol). It is a long Weekend here in India and me and kiddie […]
Starting with a Thank you , to all who cared to respond my post through comments and Emails , and all those who tried to help me decide a picture for Click event, I am glad to send the one that got most of the votes..The first picture of Gulabjamun from my previous post . […]
Days turned into weeks, and weeks turned into months. I never knew I could stay away from blogging this long. After I bid Goodbye to Blogging in June, I thought things will go on smoothly and I will resume blogging in no matter of time.But I was wrong ! Shifting to a new Home is […]
China Grass or Agar Agar is nothing but a Vegetable ‘gelatine’ derived from a number of seaweeds (Gelidium amansii) which are processed by boiling and drying. Agar-agar is used as a quick-setting base for many sweets and desserts in Asia. Refrigerators are a luxury many people in Asia do not have, and agar-agar’s chief […]
Falooda Icecream: Pic. Updated The gloomy situation at south Mumbai is the most scariest of News that we had heard till this date. The terror pangs are surely felt by each and every common man, who can’t think beyond Roti, kapda aur makaan (food, clothing and shelter). Yet it is always that same common man […]
This is one of unique and important festival in the Sindhi festival calendar. The festival is dedicated to Goddess Mahalaxmi, the Goddess of wealth and being celebrated during the “Shiradhs” – a time period of two weeks dedicated for paying homage to forefathers. Celebration of festival starts with tying “Sagaro” a thread belt compiled from […]
Khas khas or poppy seeds are usually used in Indian cuisine in making gravies and because of its highly nutritive nature it is also used in breads, cakes, cookies, pastries, curries, sweets and confectionery. Poppy seeds are like tiny hard grains. The Western type is slate blue; the Indian type, off-white. Both are kidney-shaped. They […]
15 th August, The Independence Day of Our India, is truly a special day for all Indians.To salute the spirit of this day, Pooja of My creative Ideas came with a wonderful event As per Pooja Here are the rules to participate in this event: “Cook anything with 3 colors of flag of India. (Orange […]
Mithai or Indian sweets are immensely popular across the world, simply because of the sheer variety, richness (calories too), taste, texture and tempting appearance.For people who like sweets, a glimpse of Gulabjamuns or a plate of rosgulla is irresistible bite of rasmalai, the aroma of hot jalebis, the richness of Khoya burfi and the simple […]
Well June started with rains of monsoon in my real world and rains of awards in blogo-world! Now my July also had started on good note,with Two awards……Good going Alka…Let me pat my back..he he he;-) On some serious note, I am grateful to Medha of Cook with love for passing on these wonderful awards to […]
In India kheer or kheerni is one of the most frequently made sweet dish. Kheerni Author: Alka Recipe type: Sweet dish Serves: 2 Prep time: 5 mins Cook time: 20 mins Total time: 25 mins Print Sevayian kheer or vermicelli kheer is most popular sweet dish in India Ingredients Milk 500 ml Sevaiyan […]