Ghewar is a Rajasthani disc-shaped sweet generally prepared in January for Makar Sankranti, in March–April for Gangaur and in July–August for the Teej festival. It has an exotic taste that you will instantly fall for it. It is generally purchased from sweet shops and some might say that ghevar can't be prepared at home but... Continue Reading →


Loki (Bottle Gourd) Kofta Curry 

Loki Kofta Curry is very tasty as well as a healthy curry. Although, some people don't like bottle gourd curry very much but I'm sure this curry is totally different and you would like it so much, also you don't even know it contains bottle gourd in it. Chickpea flour covered gourd fritters dipped in... Continue Reading →


Panipuri is a common street food in several regions of India. It is known for different names in different regions for eg. Gupchup, Fulki, Golgappa, Puchka, Pani Patashe etc. Golgappa consist of hollow crispy puri, filled with flavoured water of mint, tamarind chutney and aloo ka bhurta. It is a all time favourite snack of... Continue Reading →

Condensed Milk:- 

Condensed milk is milk from which water has been removed. It is most often found in the form of sweetened condensed milk (SCM), with sugar added. It is similar to mawa but thinner than it. Also mawa has cream layers dissolved in it but in condensed milk addition of baking soda prevents forming of cream... Continue Reading →


Malpua is a pancake served as a dessert, sweet or a snack. It is a very popular dish of Odisha and is also served to Lord Jagannath of Puri in his Sakala Dhupa (morning food served to the lord). Malpuas are very delicious sweet and everyone loves them. Malpua fried in desi ghee are so... Continue Reading →


Chholay is the name for the larger and lighter coloured chickpea commonly found in the West. These are known as kabuli chana in Hindi-Urdu. Chholay is a very tasty and spicy recipe generally eaten with rice, bhature, kulche, appam. They have an exotic taste and in India it is commonly sold by street vendors for... Continue Reading →

Plain Rice (Chawal):- 

Rice is the staple food of over half the world's population. It is the predominant dietary energy source. Rice is cooked by boiling and absorbs water during cooking. Plain Cooked Rice mixed with ghee and boora or powdered sugar tastes so much delicious. They are generally eaten with dal, kadhi, pickle or chhole, also this... Continue Reading →

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