Homemade Khoya/ Mawa (Quick & easy recipe)

Khoya or dried whole milk/ thickened milk is often used in Indian sweets. This is a quick recipe for making khoya buy if you have time you can always go for the traditional way of making khoya which done by boiling milk for a long time. In India you get khoya very easily but people…

Til Mawa ke ladoo (Sesame seeds sweet dumplings)

Makar Sankranti is an auspicious festival for Hindus. It celebrates the journey of sun into the northern hemisphere. Makar sankranti is known by different names in India like Lohri, Khichdi, Pongal etc. On this day colorful kites are flown in the sky. Various delicacies are prepared and people sing regional songs like :- Meethe GUD…

Ven Pongal – Ven Pongal with sambar

  Pongal is a four day long festival celebrated at the start of Tamil month. It is a thanks to the Sun God for a bountiful harvest. People often prepare a dish with a newly harvested rice and jaggery. They offer this delicacy to Sun God. They also offer prayer to cows and bulls. They…

Sooji Dhokla (Steamed Semolina cake)

Dhokla is a popular gujarati steamed snack. It is usually made with gram flour. This dhokla is made by sooji or semolina. Dhokla is a healthy snack which can be eaten as a breakfast or with a hot cup of tea. You can add chopped veggies to it. Serve this snack with a mint-coriander chutney.…