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Gajar (carrot) Halwa

I ate at an Indian vegetarian restaurant this weekend and the food was incredible.  Although the restaurant is vegetarian, with plenty of vegan offerings, I had a vegan failure and ate something with milk in – something I’m still annoyed about.   304 more words


Kaala Jamun or Kala Jam

Gulab Jamuns have an elder sibling, called Kaala Jamuns or Kala Jaam. They, vis-a-vis their copper coloured siblings Gulab Jamuns, have a thicker, tougher outer covering,denser inner texture and almost black colour which gives them their name, Kaala meaning black. 581 more words

Indian Desserts

Kuch Meetha ho jaye...

To start with here is something to start afresh…
As in India we say… “Shuruat Meethe se karo” (Start with something sweet) So here you go with some of the delicacies you would find in Hyderabad… 189 more words

Kesar Rasmalai

Last night I had a sudden demand for dessert from the boys sometime around 10.30 PM. All I had at hand was lots of milk. And Kesar (saffron). 360 more words

Indian Desserts

Pera Mithai (Milk/White Indian Fudge Confectionary)

Ramadhan Mubarak! Hope everyone who is observing the month is having a jolly spiritual time! In Canada the fasts are about 16-17 hours in the major cities, longer in the Northern parts, but Alhamdullilah, not going to bad. 440 more words


Satisfying Bangladeshi Cravings in Canada

We all know Canada is a beautiful multicultural country with people from all corners of the world. So you can probably imagine how much we tend to feast on good food here. 484 more words


"Mithai" - Indian Sweets! Personal favourites

Once in a while we can indulge our gluttonous fantasies and what better way than Indian sweets known as “mithai”. Generally-speaking Indian sweets are very sweet, so if you don’t have a sweet tooth stay away! 322 more words

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