If you want to impress friends and family but you are not quite a baker, then this is the right recipe for you. Learn how to prepare this easy Mug Cake recipe and bake them like a pro. All you need to do is mix together flour, milk, cream and sugar, all in just one cup and then let the magic happen in the microwave. And Voila…There you have it a perfect, super soft and rich eggless cake. Try this full proof recipe and you’ll never go wrong.
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.
If you have a game day and you want to serve something different to your friends then, this is the recipe you should try. Super easy to make, cauliflower floret which are boiled and coated, dipped in batter and coated with breadcrumbs and deep fried until golden brown and sprinkled with magical masala, crispy and crunchy from outside and juicy from inside. This is one of the quickest and easy snack or appetizer to make. So let’s begin.
Christmas is just round the corner and what better way to kick start your festive mood with some sweet Swiss Roll Cake. This flat and light sponge cakes are a good change to the usual traditional Christmas fruit cakes which you will find in all stores. Today we will make them at home, without eggs. Fluffy batter, made with flour, sugar, condensed milk and regular milk. Evenly spread on a thin baking tray, baked just for 5 minutes. Super thin and super fluffy cake is ready. Spread any type of sweet filling in the cake and then the tricky part to roll. Rolling a Swiss roll is an art that you can master in time, don’t give up. This Swiss Roll Cake will definitely be a Showstopper at your Christmas luncheon. Merry Christmas to All.
Deepavali, the festival of lights or the brightest festival of India is so close. Meeting Old friends, Family Gatherings, following traditions, Distributing Sweets, Enjoying Good Food, all that happens in this festival.
It’s our tradition to serve sweets to guests, but why only serve the good old Motichoor Ladoos, Rasgollas, Gulab Jamun, Rasmalai, etc,.. when you can make something new? Here I bring a Patakha Recipe to you! Mithai Patakha Parfait, not the one you’d eat as breakfast but the one you would be happy to eat as dessert. What all is in? Mini Gulab Jamoons to take care of the tradition, Pepper Shrikhand for that creamy element & cut down extra sweetness with black pepper, Popcorn Chikki to bring an exotic crunch to the dessert, Nuts to make it nuttier and finally Popping Candy for all that pops in the mouth or I must say Patakha 😉 !
Why delay, here’s the video & text recipe for you!
Mind you, I din’t eat that mug alone! 😛 That was made for 3 servings in one, as mentioned in the recipe notes you can make this in any sized glass you prefer. Shots are perfect for individual servings.. Don’t introduce the recipe to the guests and let them enjoy first and you get to see the surprise 😉
That’s all for today.. CookingShooking Team wishes you & your family a very very Happy Diwali 🙂