Mishti Doi/ Bengali Sweet Yogurt – Blogging Marathon # 29

5th Jun, 2013 Mishti doi is a very popular dessert in West Bengal and Bangladesh. This is a fermented sweet made with milk and brown sugar (Jaggery). Mishti is Sweet and doi means Dahi or yogurt. Yogurt is considered very

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Bengali Chanar Jalebi / Paneer Jalebi (SNC Challenge # 9) Blogging Marathon # 29

4th June, 2013 When I was looking for a Bengali sweet recipe to make for my Blogging marathon, this recipe caught my eye and that is when it hit me that I could make the Bengali Chanar Jalebi that was

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Kalakand – A Popular Bengali Sweet made with Ricotta cheese (Blogging Marathon – 29)

3rd Jun, 2013 After a couple of month’s break, I am back again for my blogging marathon. I simply love this event, since it motivates me to get back to routine blogging. The themes for the event makes it even

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Badam Kheer / Almond Payasam (Blogging Marathon # 27)

  April is going to be one of the most exciting months of my blogging life. For the blogging marathon, we have decided that this month we are going to do a month long marathon posting a recipe every day

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Gajar ka Halwa/Carrot Halwa Blogging Marathon # 26

26th Mar, 2013 For the third day of Blogging marathon with the theme ‘Pick one and make three’, I chose to make a very famous Indian desert Gajar ka halwa/Carrot halwa. Growing up in North India, Carrot halwa is one

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Caramelized Sugar Paal Payasam (Paal Payasam – Version-2)/Milk Kheer made with Caramelized Sugar

3rd Feb,2013 I love Paal Payasam. I already have the recipe for the paal payasam here in the blog. The other day, one of my very good friend, Ramya back from my college had a put a picture of her

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Paal Payasam/Kheer/Rice pudding

29th Nov, 2012 In my book of recipes, paal payasam belongs to the meal for the kings. I love paal payasam and I keep it very simple and basic with just 3 ingredients. The earthiness of the rice with the

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Rasgullas (Cheese balls simmered in sugar syrup) 100th post

16th Nov, 2012 Hello friends, I am so happy to be penning my 100th blog recipe today. My Cooking journey so far has been full of delightful events.  I would like to take a moment to thank few people without

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Gulab Jamun (South North Challenge #2)

6th Nov, 2012 Divya Pramil of You too can cook Indian food came up with a marvelous idea for learning new recipes. Indian states are divided into 2 categories, South and North and each month, both the teams choose a

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Basundhi (A condensed milk desert)

5th Nov, 2012 Basundhi is a popular Indian desert prepared by reducing/condensing the milk. Making basundhi is a time consuming procedure, but it does not involve too much of hassle. Make it alongside, when you are cooking and by the

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