This Cupcake Grazing Board should be on your list to do if you are into baking and want to do something spectacular for special occasions. This cupcake platter here has six different kinds of cupcakes – a sweet lover’s dream! Here in this post I will tell you how to make your PERFECT platter along with the recipes for all the six varieties of cupcakes I have used here to make my own sweet Cupcake Grazing Board.
Punjabi style Chana Dal recipe is a perfect spicy side dish to go with Naans or Chapatis for a hearty weekday meal. It is absolutely easy to put together and the ingredients for this recipe is pretty much pantry staple. This Channa Dal is mildly spicy but comes with a garlicky tadka (tempering) of fried cashew and foxnuts which adds to the oomph of this dish.
This Vanilla Cake recipe is even easier than baking those boxed cake mixes. And way cheaper as well. Why waste money when you can master this basic vanilla cake recipe and modify it into million ways for a different cake every time you bake? Here, I will tell you why you should stick this easy homemade vanilla cake recipe to your fridge because you can make so many different types of desserts using this basic cake recipe.
Luchi is an unleavened and deep-fried Indian flatbread made exclusively by the people of states in the eastern region of India. Popularly known as ‘Bengali-style Luchi’, the dough is made with all-purpose flour, hence its pristine white appearance. Usually reserved for a special occasion, it is often paired with Bengali Mutton Roast or Kosha Mangsho, Chana Dal or Bengali Cholar Dal or Potato Curry or Niramish Aloo Dum.
Chapati or roti is unleavened Indian flatbread made with whole wheat flour or wholemeal flour. Originally from India sub-continent, this flatbread is a staple in most Indian meals. Unlike naans and kulchas, it is yeast-free, vegan, does not use refined flour and is rich in dietary fibres.
This Mint Coriander Chutney Dip or Green Chutney as we like to call is like ‘man friday’ of all meals. It instantly jazzes up any boring meal with lip-smacking deliciousness. All you need is a bunch of fresh mint leaves and coriander leaves (or cilantro) and some basic spices to make this no-cook green chutney sauce.