Mango sandesh recipe, a tasty, easy Indian sweet made with chenna, mango puree & sugar. How to make mango sandesh, a gem among bengali recipes.
Traditional sweets are usually prepared during festive occasions and its been a while since I made any Indian sweet at home. I have been craving Rasmalai since quite some time but did not get myself to make a visit to our neighborhood Indian sweet store. Today, when Nehal asked me for ‘Rasgullas’, I got down to preparing them at home.
Hope you had a wonderful start into 2010. Wishing you a safe, happy and healthy 2010! Reflecting on 2009, I’ve had an enjoyable food blogging year and look forward to another year of good food, fun and cheer. Chilli Paneer I’m beginning the new year with a favorite appetizer, Chilli Paneer. Last week, I prepared […]
Tomato Paneer is a pleasantly pleasing creamy paneer curry that makes a great side with rotis or naan. Though tomato is the main player here, the magical ingredient is ginger-green chilli paste that sets things off while fresh cream and cashew nut paste play up to give a nutty sweet flavor. Dry kasuri methi lends […]
With a variety of greens sitting in my refrigerator along with a cube of paneer, I decided on preparing Methi Chaman Hariyali. Its a recipe that has been tweaked and tested a number of times before arriving at the final recipe below. Cashewnut and melon seeds paste adds depth to the spiced ground sauteed greens […]
Sunday lunch was Gobhi Parantha and Palak Methi Paneer, a filling and comforting lunch. With abundant greens available at rythu bazaar (farmer’s market) I’m trying to make optimum use of them in my everyday cooking. This paneer dish combines the goodness of fresh methi and spinach leaves in a onion-tomato spiced base to form a […]