Posted on May 2nd, 2019
This quick fruit punch is on the go-drink for every family get together and holidays. This refreshing drink is a true crowd gatherer and easy to make.
Every festival has handful of special platters to spread during the celebration and Ganesh Utsav is a festival to honour Lord Ganesha and it is celebrated with Ganesha’s favourite items like Modak and Laddu with many other sweets and desserts. here is a little baked version recipe for you
“Basundi” – a traditional Gujarati and Maharashtrian (western Indian) sweet dish and is prepared by thick and creamy milk or rabdi and garnished with almonds and pistachio nuts. Orange basundi is one beautiful and classic dish which will impress you at once.
Phirni is a delicacy from the state of Punjab and is made with grounded rice and thickened milk. Kesar (saffron) is one such ingredient, which makes the dish more aromatic as well as tasty. Kesar Phirni is a simple dish, which can be prepared by following a few easy steps.
Jalebi is everyone’s favourite sugary & crispy sweet This EID, satisfy your taste buds with a kesari blend to it. Kesar Jalebi is a delicious mithai that you can make at home. It is a bit lengthy procedure but trust us, it is worth the wait to have this lip smacking sweet dish.
Rabri is a traditional Indian dessert and is often a part of celebrations and festivals. It can be made in a number of ways like Badam Rabri, Mango Rabri, Rose Rabri and Pista Rabri. It is one of those dishes where you can experiment with taste and flavours.
Seviyan is also known as semiya in hindi. Mithi seviyan is a quick dessert made during the festive time. Mithi seviyan is a popular dish and a must during the festive season of Eid. It is a dish that is often prepared during Ramadan for iftaar. It is also one of the easiest dishes to prepare.
Happiness is cooking delicious food for your family; especially on the occasion of Diwali. Try out these 10 best recipes and celebrate a memorable Diwali with your loved ones. Read More
Modak is loved by everyone in Gujarat but is a very special recipe for paryushan too! The charismatic flavor of Jaggery and nutmeg powder with the richness of Ghee makes you irresistible to have them. These modaks can be stored for 15 – 20 days but it tastes best when served hot. Read More
Bored of the usual banana milkshakes? Try out this new and exotic combination of bananas and pineapple. It’s refreshing, tropical and simply heavenly! It’s a great hit as a welcome drink and your guests will definitely not leave without the recipe. Read More