I added a twist to my recipe and included coconut. My family loves these. And they're easy to make.
This is a popular recipe for kheer, flavoured with cardamon and rose water. Serve warm or cold. Fresh milk, rice and nuts are considered 'satvic' foods in Ayurveda. Satvic foods help balance one's doshas (subtle energies), nourish the body, the mind and ultimately, pave the way for one's spiritual evolution.
The inspiration for this whole wheat halwa is the Sikh classic ‘karha prashad’. This low fat dish contains cardamom, raisins, and nuts. My kids love it on a cold day as an after school snack. Also served at ashtmi, towards the end of navaratri.
Imagine a giant pakora with the heat of a large green chilli, softness of potato mix, calming texture of gram flour and an explosion of spices that make you want one more!
This is a great monsoon, fall or winter appetizer that is relished with coriander chutney or ketchup.
If you are like me and enjoy besan in sweets, then you will love Besan ladoo. What is even better is that they're very easy to make and keep well for many days. Not that they will last that long!
I invented this recipe just to make my son eat gujiya. Adding just a little bit of food color presents a colorful Holi snack kids can't resist picking up.
My mom used to makes this as a treat when I got good marks in tests at school.
Easy to make coconut laddoos. I love the way they crumble.
A fancy dish of soaked rice, milk and nuts.