Meetha Samosa is sweetmeat, prepared in a similar manner as the classic samosa, stuffed with sweet filling on coconut & milk. A must try for people with a sweet tooth.
Chana Da Ka Halwa is a Indian sweet dish made from Bengal Gram, flavoured with cardamom & cinnamon, loaded with dry fruits. Tasty & very healthy.
Mutton kaleji or mutton liver curry is a popular Muslim dish, generally prepared during Bakr Eid. Kaleji is stir fried and they made into a thick gravy curry. Enjoy it with hot paranthas.
Silli Boti is a type of kebab, the only difference being it’s not baked but shallow fried in oil. Makes a wonderful as a snack or appetizers.
Kingfish, or Surmai, as it popularly known as, is a delicacy in the Indian subcontinent. It’s generally prepared when fresh, this Kingfish fry recipe is wonderfully blended with spices to impart a rich flavour to the fish.
Sewayyian is a very popular dessert in the Indian subcontinent, it’s prepared with milk, vermicelli & dry fruits. It’s amazingly delicious.
Keema Samosa makes wonderful snack for a cold/rainy day, adds flavour & taste to the classic samosa, much to the liking of non-vegetarians. Easy to prepare and can be stored for a day.
Come summer it’s time for raw mangoes, and one of preparation with raw mango is, sweet chutney which is quite tangy due to the raw mango.
Alu kachori, is spiced potato balls dipped in gram flour mix and fried, it is a very popular snack, it’s easy to prepare, best enjoyed with a cup of warm tea.
Many of us do not prefer to have Kaddu or Green Pumpkin as vegetable dish but Kaddu Ka Halwa or Green Pumpkin pudding is something that every family member will love to have.
Custard jelly makes a wonderful dessert and an easy to prepare & tasty summer-time snack for kids & adults alike.
Custard based dishes are easy to prepare and a very nice way to make kids consume fruits which are high in dietary fibre.