I don’t have sweet tooth. But there is something about Genasale that I end up having more and more when ever it’s made at home. My granny prepares this for me whenever I visit her. So it makes it more closer to my heart. As if she has got it in her gene, my mom too makes ultimate genasale. So I guess it’s my duty to learn to prepare this : ). Sharing with you all this sweet preparation.
This is one of my hot favorite family recipe. It is simple to make and delicious to eat. During my bridal shower when I was asked what I would like to eat, this was on my list. It is flavorful and not as heavy as many other pulao recipe that I have come across. The key is using the ingredients in the right proportion.
This is a very authentic bengali dessert that is popular everywhere in the country, typically made during any religious or auspicious occasions such as birthdays, baby showers, or annyaprasan. However, every family in bengal have their own variation of payesh. This is how it is made in our family and I love it. Hope you'll like it too.
Rice, honey and bananas cooked together with seasonings and then baked.
This Basmati dish is subtly scented and coloured with anardana, saffron, cinnamon and ginger. Look no further for your next spectacular party dish!
Prawn, clams, fish of choice and tomatoes come together beautifully with parboiled 'mota' chawal in this classic Spanish recipe. This is a very flexible recipe, you may use whatever kind of meat that's at hand, including the frozen kind.
How about a taste of the far east for breakfast or a tea time snack? Celebrate the monsoon with this easy, delicious treat!