There is never an inopportune time when it comes to trying dessert recipes, and this recipe for phirni sounds absolutely delicious.
This pudding uses combination of carrots and milk and makes for a delicious dessert and mind you, there is no mention of sugar in here!
Whilst there are several ways one eats grilled paneer, this is a simple and colorful way for us to enjoy the paneer!
The love for desserts makes one modify savouries too, as our CaL member did!
This recipe gives poha an extremely interesting and new ‘avatar’, would you not try?
This variation of the traditional suji halwa, is pretty popular in south India, and is known as ‘Kesari Bath’, signifying the addition of saffron as well as the color of the sweet.
Whilst there are several stories as to why a recipe is labelled with ’65’, this simple recipe makes for a delicious snack!
This simple salad would go well with a slice of buttered bread, a pan seared salmon or just as is in these hot summer months!
This easy and simple recipe of prawns ensures itself a spot in any meal. Have you tried it yet?
Tried this recipe that oozes peanut flavor for a tea time snack, yet?