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Roshogolla/Rasgulla

 

 

Roshogolla/Rasgulla needs to no introduction. I am sure most Indians are familiar with these lyrical, spongy balls of homemade cheese, simmered in and drunk with light sugar syrup. The story of the eastern regions of India is quite incomplete without this quintessential dessert and anyone can tune in to the “Ro-sho-gol-la“ quite melodiously.

 

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Kheer – Indian Rice Pudding with Nuts and Saffron

Featured in iVillage.ca – Diwali edition.

It’s the quintessential dessert of the Indian cuisine. This traditional Indian pudding  does not just round off the meal in an occasion at home, at a restaurant, or in festivities; it is a comfort food. And this ever popular dessert is also much revered, [...]

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Gajar ka Halwa (Carrot Halwa)

A warm bowl of Gajar ka Halwa brings in more than the tiding memories of taste and flavors of this sweet, cardamom flavored confection. It is a wave emotions of a mother daughter relation, and close binding times which might have felt to be just a part of the chore in a day then, [...]

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Churma and Churma ke Laddoo

Dal Bati Churma (pronoun: Choorma) is a traditional and probably the most popular part of the Rajasthani cuisine.

Rajasthan (Raja- King, Sthan-place),  a state that borders the north western part of India, surrounded by the age old  Aravalli ranges, is rich and beautiful.

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Patishapta – Crêpes with Sweet Coconut Cardamom Filling

Featured in New Asian Cuisine!

Crêpes are something which I have always related to spring and butterfly wings. The pale and delicate lacy wings gently wraps around the sticky, sweet cardamom flavored coconut. So many memories are intertwined with food.

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