Kalakand is a South Asian sweetmeat, made with fresh cottage cheese, milk and sugar. Said to have its origin in Alwar in Rajasthan, it is hugely popular in the Indian subcontinent and can be found at every sweet shop. This is a quick & easy recipe for kalakand, using freshly curdled cheese or paneer, a can of condensed milk and a tiny bit of sugar.
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মালপোয়া || Bengali style Malpoa Recipe Festivals and special occasions call for something sweet, which is traditional. Cakes and cookies are there throughout the year, but this time of the year makes us reach for those recipes which were once common in our Bengali household. This মালপোয়া (Malpoa) recipe is absolutely close to my heart. […]
This Tomato Pilaf or Tomato Rice Pulao recipe is yet another one-pot recipe that can make your weekday cooking so much easier. In my house, while I am a chapatti fan, hubby loves rice. So much so, that if he hadn’t some for lunch, he would definitely have some for dinner. So, on those days […]
Doodh Biryani: A twist in fare of Chicken Biryani We all love Biryani, and we have been quite vocal about our love for it. Debate is still on about which biryani is the best, but we are not going to divulge into that. As long as we get to satiate our lust for a plate-full […]
🍊 কমলা পোলাও | Orange Rice Pilaf for celebratory days! A big bag of Oranges were brought in because one day I suddenly remembered the Orange Rice Pilaf that my Nani (Grandma) made for us once. This is a simple rice pilaf supremely flavoured with season’s fresh oranges. The citrusy burst of the Orange Rice […]
Winter Special Stuffed Parantha Recipe: Sattu Paratha Recipe If there is anything exciting about Indian winters, then it is the variety of food we get to relish. Ranging from variety of veggies that in turn offer a variety of dishes to different Indian stuffed paranthas, these few months are for eating and rejoicing food. This […]