Jelly Custard Shots

Jelly Custard Shots

It’s been a long time since I made jelly and custard. My little one wanted to eat jelly and hubby wanted custard. I wanted both jelly and custard. Thus, I had planned a jelly custard shot recipe for Valentine’s Day, but due to office work and daily calls I just could not find time to cook… 

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Kiwi Banana Milkshake And A Review Of OZIVA Nutritional Meal Shake

Since I am a software engineer by profession, I lead a sedentary lifestyle. After office, when I return home, I cook, click and write about food as I am a food blogger too. I have no time for exercise at all. I had been trying to lose weight since many years, but all attempts failed…. 

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Colostrum Pudding | Poss | Kharwas | Colostrum Recipe

Colostrum

During my last trip to Goa, my mom-in-law made some colostrum milk cake or colostrum pudding. Colostrum is known as Keet in Konkani and the sweet cake or pudding that we make with it is known as Poss. Some people call it Kharwas too. My mom-in-law taught me to make this recipe and today I… 

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Caramel Chunkies Pudding

Caramel Chunkies Pudding is another successful experiment I did in my kitchen today. The end result was yummy and my family was full of praises for me. The addition of Britannia Good day chunkies gave this dessert a unique twist. The taste of these crumbly cookies turned this pudding into a delicious surprise due to… 

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Banana Fritters In Rabdi | RasMalai With Banana Fritters

Banana Fritters With Rabdi is another innovation I did in my kitchen today. Rabdi or Rasmalai is a delicious dessert made with milk which has been simmered for long time and reduced to half. Rabdi is also known as Basundi in some places. The thickness of rabdi depends purely as per your choice. Banana fritters… 

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Sabudana Kheer With Mango And Chia Seeds – Dessert With A Twist

Sabudana Kheer With Mango And Chia Seeds

Now that summer has set in, various types of exotic fruits have arrived in the market. One such fruit is Mango. Mango is the king of fruits and nothing beats the taste of Alphonso Mango. Mangoes can be eaten in any form. Add it to your curries and make them more delicious or whip it… 

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Lauki Halwa | Bottle Gourd Halwa

Lauki Halwa or Bottle gourd halwa is a delicious dessert that is packed with nutrition. This dessert is mostly made during festivals when people fast as it fills then up and gives them enough nutrition. This sweet-dish is made with grated bottle gourd, milk, condensed milk or khoya, sugar and lots of dry fruits. I… 

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Doodanche Fov / Milk Poha / Beaten Rice In Milk

Tomorrow is Diwali and the Goans all over the world will be making different types of Fov/Poha/Avalakki. Various types of dishes that we make with beaten rice are potato poha/bataat fov, buttermilk poha (takanche fov), curd poha (dhai fov), jaggery poha, coconut milk poha (nalla rosanche fov), sugar poha (sakhar fov) etc. My mother in… 

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Carrot Payasam | Carrot Kheer

Carrot Kheer

Now that the festive season is come, many people will be trying different types of sweet dishes. Did you ever try the Carrot Kheer or Carrot Payasam? Try it out as it is extremely easy to make and is absolutely yummy. This is a simple sweet dish that you can make with grated carrots apart… 

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Basundi | Rabdi Special SweetDish for Diwali

Since the last week my friends at the lunch table were discussing about the sweets that we should make for Diwali.My colleague R made Basundi from Milkmaid. I wanted to try a lot of sweet dishes this time, but I being in IT could not find the time to do that. I thought I should… 

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Sabudana Kheer | Sabudana Payasam For Ganesh Chaturthi

Sabudana Kheer

Today the whole of India and Indians across the globe are celebrating the birth of Lord Ganesha. We call this festival Ganesh Chaturthi. This festival is celebrated on the 4th day in the month of Bhadrapad according to the Hindu calendar.The festive morning starts by welcoming Lord Ganesha in the homes. A small idol of… 

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Vermicelli Kheer | Shevayachi Kheer | Semiya Payasam

Vermicelli Kheer

Vermicelli Kheer known as “Shevayachi Kheer” in Goa. My Mom usually prepares this Kheer on some special occasions like birthdays or when some special guests arrives or on any festivals. This week my hubby and little one went to Goa for Ganesh Chaturthi. They visited my Mom. When I called home, my Mom told me… 

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Simple And Instant Falooda

Falooda

Today in office a funny incident happened. While having lunch my colleagues and lunch partners started discussing about different types of sweets from various parts of India. While talking they were imagining that sweet to be on the table and were actually craving for it. I did not feel any sort of cravings like that…. 

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