I simply can’t ignore my family’s predilection for banana-cake. To make it more healthier ,I added jowar flour to it. A fresh baked cake straight from the oven will surely cool your heart this Summer. This Banana Millet cake will boost your health too. Baking is […]
Serve this bowl of Savory Millet Pudding on your breakfast table or for a Sunday brunch ,it will never fail to satisfy your taste bud in any way. This Kodo Millet Upma is an one bowl meal for your Summer lunch ,those day when you […]
Millets are one of the oldest foods known to humans , the first cereal grain to be used for domestic purposes. Millets are small-seeded grasses which are hardy & grow well in dry zones. This group of highly variable seeded grasses are cultivated throughout the world, […]
A hot and steamy Alo-Pyaz Kachori on any day can make your taste buds burn by shear hotness oil and the special combination of mint chutney. Alo-Pyaz Kachori is a famous street food from the land of Marwar. I remember my trip to the pink […]
Overnight-buckwheat are rich in fiber and Antioxidants in every bite improving digestion. Life is so easy ,so cool ..You will think such beautiful things while you enjoy this nutritious filling overnight Buckwheat. In your busy weekdays it gonna save your time.All you need is to […]
A lesser-known Parsi cuisine in other part of India has got it’s popularity in the city of Mumbai. The first ever memory of any Mumbaikar is often visiting an Irani café sampling keema-pao ,berry palao or enjoying bun-maska with a cup of Irani chai. The Parsis are an immigrant community, possibly coming from Persia whose cuisine is midly spiced balancing the various flavors , a mixed palate of sweet ,sour and spicy. The culinary techniques much involved are steaming and baking, apart from the usual frying and broiling techniques.They settled chiefly in Mumbai and few can be found in Kolkata…
￼The Festival of Lights is at the door-step .All are busy in cleaning and decorating their house and bloggers are preparing delicious Diwali Festive foods in advance. Diwali is associated with lights and illumination and hence aptly called as the Festival of Lights is celebrated to mark the triumph of good over evil remembering victory of Ram . For many Hindus this five-day festival honours Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. First day is Dhanteras ,second day is Choti Diwali and 3rd day is Laxmi Puja.Earthen lamps are lit and firecrackers are burst on 3rd day .