Happy Diwali to all!!! Let’s begin the New Year with some traditional mouth-watering Indian Desserts. Today’s recipe is of exquisitely beautiful and milky sweet dish that is made out of solidifying, milk to paneer, thicken with citric acid and sweetening it with sugar and slight flavoring with hint of cardamom. The trick to get the perfect kalakand is by continuously stirring and cooking all the ingredients until reduced considerably, then setting it up in a pan for twenty four hours..yes patience is virtue, but the reward is utterly sinful and delightful. So have a blast and go all out this Diwali!
If you are a fan of tea then this is the recipe for you. We’re not just talking about a pot of traditional Masala Tea anymore. Nowadays, tea making has evolved and there are plenty of variations that you can experiment with. There’s a huge selection of different types of tea in this recipe. Each type of tea has a unique aroma, taste and visual appearance. Hope all tea lovers watch and make their favorite tea, just the way they like it!
Kebab is a very famous appetizer in India. There are tons of recipes for non veg kebabs but what about the vegetarian’s. Not to worry, here is a recipe for the most succulent pieces of deep fried Indian vegetarian kebabs which are made with hung curd and subtle flavor of fragrant spices. Unbelievably tender and delicious famously known as Dahi ke Kebabs.
Navratri, a festival filled with joy, happiness, positivity is all here! It’s the time when we fast for 9 days, pray to god, play garba-dandia.. Talking about the fast, people follow different rituals for it, Some eat food once a day, some eat only falhari food once a day, some eat food with no salt, some with only sendha/rock salt, some eat only fruits, some only drink water or milk, some eat only satvik food.. Many other rituals are there, all families follow different things but what brings them together is the God & the energy & positivity God gives us while fasting!
My family follows to eat Satvik Food Once a day in the festival. So, today is the Day 1 of the Nine Day Festival, and here’s the Satvik thali I made for today 🙂