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coconut milk murukku recipe /thengai paal thenkuzhal

coconut milk murukku recipe /thengai paal thenkuzhal

coconut milk murukku /thenkuzhalEnthusiasm to do savouries and snacks have already begun as loads of festivities have already taken a centre stage.Here all sweet shops are in full swing in advertising to get mega orders for this Diwali.Even if it is a single snack it may be sweet or savoury when made at home gives so much of contentment.Many of my close friends have also felt the same as I have,especially during these festivities. Continue reading

recipe for aloo bhujia /potato sev/bateta gathiya

recipe for aloo bhujia /potato sev

recipe for aloo bhujia /potato sevIt’s a revised version of omapodi presented with tang and zing never to be missed as a tea time snack.Whenever there is a chance to relish a cup of this bhujia’s a hot cup of tea or coffee is a must.Enjoying bhujia’s are really the best time to die for.Its favorite kids snack that can be made easily at home.Never use to make this aloo bhujia as frequently as I use to make Omapodi.When I was referring various food blogs and books some of them call for adding mint leaves but have not tried it and kept this recipe for aloo bhujia simple without it. Continue reading

recipe for nimki /Bengali savoury snack

recipe for nimki /Bengali savoury snack

recipe for nimki /Bengali savoury snackThe pleasure of Bengali cuisine is its subtle difference in taste got from dominance of mustard oil and the paanch phoran!these two makes all the trick to make it as a special type of fare to die for and making me always longing to travel more through this cuisine.This time I thought of trying some easy snack from Bengali cuisine and discovered one item that is very close to namak-para but not the same!in the sense its shape and ingredients(slightly) are different and a very interesting delectable snack Continue reading

rawa laddu recipe /rava ladoo

rawa laddu recipe /rava ladoo

rava/rawa laddu recipe“Sweets are the real ones sent by god with his direct blessings(boon)”!it may be simple or a tricky one to make. For me as you may all know right from my childhood days till now I can say for sure that I can’t live without sweets!and definitely feeling amazed when I see few of my friends totally have no love for this treasurable item(sweets)during early years mostly these Rawa /rava laddu’s were such a dominant sweet to be served during all the major functions and festivals competing with other festive desserts ,but now the total scene has changed! Continue reading