I remember Rajma Chawal used to be one of our school lunches. Back in those days(OMG, I sound so old!)–ok let me rephrase that, when I was in school, lunch menu were not predetermined but would highly depend on the person preparing it. I used to love their rajma chawal and days that this dish was served I would buy lunch even though I would have boxed lunch from home. I was so obsessed that Want to know more about this recipe?
Many of the Indo-Chinese recipes are not very complicated if we have the right ingredients in the pantry. These manchurians are similar to making koftas except the gravy in koftas are quite rich when compared to this gravy. There are two ways of making manchurians– Gobi (Cauliflower) manchurian and Mixed Vegetable manchurian. My family loves gobi manchurian and they are truly very delicious and they lean towards gobi manchurian versus any other variety in any Want to know more about this recipe?
I love complicated foods, there’s something commendable when you can follow a complex recipe and be rewarded with a great taste its like finding your way through a giant maze. On a similar note, there’s something very comforting in making simple foods. This recipe is as simple as you can get, yet they taste so good they out shine some of the elaborate dishes. Poori with Shrikhand is considered a festive dish in Maharastrian and Want to know more about this recipe?
Nainaimo (pronounced as “nuh-NI-mo”) is a very famous dessert originated from city of Nanaimo, British Columbia. They are quite popular dessert which requires no baking and made of three layers. Each of these layers are quite decadent by themselves and put together they taste like heaven. These bars are so popular that they are named as “Canada’s Favorite Confection”. The bars are so rich that they have become a must in any festivity especially Canadian Want to know more about this recipe?
Many people believe Christmas is the season for love, kindness, compassion, to give and to forgive. I also believe the following quote–“Christmas is forever, not for just one day, for loving, sharing, giving, are not to put away like bells and lights and tinsel, in some box upon a shelf. The good you do for others is good you do yourself…” (Norman Wesley Brooks) There are many ways to express the love we have for Want to know more about this recipe?
This cake is a tradition followed by the English, made especially during Christmas. People used to eat plum-porridge on Christmas Eve to break their fast. As people evolved so were the many recipes and the plum porridges eventually turned into Christmas pudding with dried fruits, spices, and honey. Later on, flours, eggs, and butter were added to the porridge and were made as steamed cake. Families that were richer and were blessed with an oven Want to know more about this recipe?