Coconut and Apple Barfi or Narkel Apple Barfi as we say it in bengali is soft, dense, fudgy and oh so irresitable. Bet, you can’t eat just one! Made with just 5 ingredients, this barfi will be a sure hit with your family and friends. …
GAJAR KA HALWA (Indian Carrot Halwa) is a rich and creamy traditional North Indian delicacy. Gajar ka Halwa ia an absolutely delicious dessert. This sweet carrot pudding is made with red juicy grated carrots simmer in full fat …
Crispy fried banana and coconut fritters, spiced with fragrant cardamom powder and finally rolled in cinnamon sugar; these fritters are crispy and crunchy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside. Absolutely delicious and delightful to eat. This banana and coconut fritters will be a sure shot HIT among your family and friends!
“Life is short. Eat dessert first. ”
~ Jacques Torres
Absolutely true!! I wholly and solely follow this quote by Jaques Torres.
Well who can say to Desserts; especially when its sweet fritters like these. 😉
Light, healthy and soupy this red lentil soup/dal (masoor dal) is flavoured with loads of fresh tomatoes and coriander leaves and tempered with mustard seeds and dried red chillies. This simple and wholesome everyday Bengali style masoor dal is most satisfying and comforting food of all time.
You can take meat, fish and vegetables away from an Indian, but you cannot take away his dal – “the core of his meal”.
~ Madhur Jaffery (Ultimate Curry Bible)
DAL is a versatile and nutritious and a very satisfying dish. Everyday dal is a staple in each and every household in India and Indian meal is incomplete without dal/lentil soups. This soupy lentil dish you will find in the poorest as well as the richest homes in India.
This gluten free and guilt free Zucchini, Sweet potatoes and Chicken fritters is made with chickpea flour/ gram flour is super delicious, slightly crispy and herby and is perfect with this Honey-Mustard Yogurt Dip. Perfect for sharing!!
It’s fun to get together and have something good to eat at least once a day. That’s what human life is all about — enjoying things.
~ Julia Childs
It’s a rainy day and a gloomy, boring and a depressing day today and when ever I see this dull weather, my heart desires and craves for some hot fritters with a cuppa tea, to brighten my day. 🙂
This famous Banarasi dish is an explosion of spicy and tangy flavours, made by stuffing baby eggplants (baingan/aubergine) with a medley of pickling spices and then frying in mustard oil tempered with Indian five spice (paanch phoron).
Food is not rational. Food is culture, habit, craving and identity.
~Jonathan Safran Foer
This Okra and Potato stir fry or Aloo Bhindi Bhaji is a quick, simple and a healthy dish and can be prepared within under 30 minutes with few ingredients.
“Life itself is the proper binge.”
~ Julia Child
A nutritious, healthy and delicious dish that is easy to prepare and made with fresh bottlegourd and lentils. This dish is yet another comfort food!
“You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces – just good food from fresh ingredients.”
~ Julia Child
Yogurt Curry With Gramflour Fritters and Cumin Rice – Kadhi Pakora and Jeera Rice
A mildly flavoured yogurt curry laden with Golden fried Gramflour (chickpea flour) Fritters with spicy tempering and served with delicious Cumin flavoured rice. An ultimate Heart warming dish!
Food for the body is not enough. There must be food for the soul.