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Indulge Your Sweet Cravings @ Bhartiya Jalpan

A name like Bhartiya Jalpan does make you stop and wonder what kind of shop or establishment it is. That’s precisely what I thought when I saw a large bungalow on 100 ft Road Indira Nagar under renovation. 464 more words


Besan Ladoo in microwave

Yesterday was the Bengali New Year… “Poila Baishak”, that is, first day of the month “Boishak”. Of course India being a multi cultural, multilingual land we could not suffice with just a financial year and a calendar year, we had to have a separate Bengali calendar year (and there are separate regional calendars !!) which begins in mid april, Baishakh being the first month. 887 more words

Dessert & Sweets

Mawa Gujiya- baked and fried versions

Holi, the festival of colours, full of energy, positivity and vibrance is one of my favourite festivals. It is celebrated in the joy of the victory of good over evil.

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deepavali or, as it is more commonly referred to in western culture, the festival of lights is a hindu celebration of the return of lord ram from exile. 1,623 more words


Ghevar Choco Drip Cake with Whipped cream & chocolate ganache

Well Well …. who doesn’t love cakes and who doesn’t love traditional indian sweets. I, for one, love them both. So when a food contest came up, I decided to try something fusion. 307 more words

Rajasthani Ghevar with Rabdi!

A Rajasthani traditional sweet, this golden dessert is a treat for the eyes – the honey comb design dipped in sugar syrup! And its more than a delight to be able to cook it perfectly. 563 more words

Food Journey with Mi Thai(Michelin Recommended Restaurant)

One year since my graduation, I got reunited with my friend Aileen in Shanghai a few days ago, and we visited one of the Michelin Recommended Thai restaurant— Mi Thai, there in Shanghai. 513 more words