Priya’s Versatile Recipes: Mawa Jalebi/Khoya Jalebi

Mawa Jalebi, is one of the delectable Indian sweets which is prepared with homemade mawa aka popular milk solids. Milk solids/khoya/mawa, whatever you name them is one of most interesting ingredient which is quite often used in Indian cuisine especially for making some delightful milk based sweets. Traditionally milk solids are prepared by boiling full […]

Potato Ribbon Murukku/Urulaikizhangu Naada Murukku

One more savoury to make without any fail for the upcoming festival of lights is this Potato ribbon pakoda aka ola pakoda. After murukkus, ribbon murukku is a must in our Diwali savory list as we love to munch varieties of savouries. Ribbon murukku, is also known as naada murukku, ribbon pakoda, ola pakoda is […]

Priya’s Versatile Recipes: Badam Murukku/Spicy Almond Chakli

If you have already tried your hands with Cashew murukku like me, you will definitely love making this almond murukku. And here comes my own version of almond murukku with a spicy almond paste. Usually murukkus are prepared easily  at home with less efforts. And this almond murukku is prepared with store bought rice flour, roasted gram […]

Coconut Mawa Burfi/Khoya Coconut Barfi

Burfi is definitely a tasty Indian sweet recipe which is very much often cooked during many festivals and occasions. Though burfi can be prepared with different combination of flours or ingredients, its quite an easy sweet dish which can be prepared with an ease. Mawa or khoya which is a popular milk solids quite often […]

Priya’s Versatile Recipes: Cassava Murukku/Maravallikizhangu Murukku/Tapioca Chakli

Have you ever tried murukku/chaklis with Tapioca/Cassava which is also known as Yuca, Manioc,a known popular nutty flavored, starchy root vegetable or tuber. And its cultivated throughout the world from which flour, tapioca pearls are produced. Indian especially South Indians make many delicious dishes out this tuber. I love this root vegetable very much and […]

Besan Badam Laddoo/ Gluten Free Gramflour Almonds Laddoos

Diwali is around the corner and everytime i will keep on looking for this festivals of lights to celebrate at home with my family. Again this year Diwali falls on a week day, but fortunately we are in fall break here. Hence this year’s Diwali is going to be more fun than last year. Actually […]

Far Breton Tart/Apple Far Breton Tart

Far Breton is a flan type cake from Brittany region of France. Apples, Raisins or Dried prunes are usually used for making this traditional cake, and its quite an easily and simple cake with easy available, pantry friendly ingredients. I am a great fan of this cake and i love to make this cake while […]

Eggless Sweet Potato & Chocolate Chips Muffins

Sweet potatoes are easily available for us during the fall and winter season. Whenever sweet potatoes shows their heads in my local farmer market i dont forget to get them as i love to bake some delicious bakes out of them. Not to forget that sweet potato are just  fabulous to make our Indian style […]

Ajwain & Butternut Squash Paratha

Fall season is here, obviously summer fruits and vegetables are very rare in local farmer’s market. Finally Fall season vegetables and fruits are showing their heads now. I just love fall seasonal fruits and vegetables, especially the squashes. We do get varieties of squashes and i will never fail to buy them from local farmer’s […]

Priya’s Versatile Recipes: Mollete/Spanish Antequera Bread Rolls

After some soft pancakes from Somali and a bowl of comforting soup from Sudan, my today’s post is from Spain. Yes my theme for this week’s blogging marathon is Pick a Alphabet,3 Countries as theme, and i picked ‘S’. Hence i grabbed a popular Antequera bread rolls aka Molletes for this theme.This Molletes are super […]

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