Frozen Mango Yogurt ~ 3 Ingredient Dessert

Frozen Mango Yogurt

Frozen Mango Yogurt is an easy 3 ingredient dessert that only uses mango pulp and hung curds. Since the season is almost coming to end, the mangoes I used were little sour, so had to use sugar. Else if you are using sweet mango, then there is no need to add sugar. I only made […]

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Strawberry Lemonade ~ Summer Coolers

Strawberry Lemonade is an addictive summer cooler that you can enjoy in this strawberry season. I had the Strawberry compote or sauce ready and stocked and made this lemonade when it was needed. Lemon surely adds a zing to anything and this strawberry drink was so delicious that you won’t even find it tart as […]

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Dhaba Style Dal Fry

Dhaba Style Dal Fry is a delicious dal made with a mix of dals. When I was planning the Punjabi Thali, I decided I would pick a dal, since I have already shared some couple of Dal Fry, Takda Dal, I had this in my collection of dals, that I have collected over the years. When I was going […]

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Zingy Parcels of Domino’s from India

Domino’s Zingy Parcels is a stuffed roll with cheese and paneer seasoned with Italian seasoning. It is spicy, tangy and sinful to indulge in. Kids will simply devour this in no time. This was one of the main attraction from the Domino’s Menu and when I made it last month, my kids loved it to […]

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Oatmeal Raisin Cookies from Scotland

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies is my choice for O and the history of these cookies dates back to Scotland, where it was fist made. Though I am not a big fan of Oats and have tried my share of oats for breakfast, I always stock it and especially when Athamma is with us, I make sure […]

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Garlic Bread | Dominos Style Stuffed Garlic Bread from India

Dominos Style Stuffed Garlic Bread is my choice for the letter G, referring to the popular Garlic breadsticks served at the Dominos. Since I already baked the regular Garlic Bread,  I was looking at making a new one. These stuffed garlic bread were part of my last month’s Thali/Spread theme, where for the last day, […]

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Devil’s Food Cake from United States

Devil’s food cake is a sinful, moist, airy and rich layered chocolate cake. There is no other way to describe than this. Again I had something else on the list, however, when I realized that I could do yet another chocolate cake, I wasn’t giving up on the idea. This chocolate cake is considered to […]

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Brownies from United States

Brownies are a classic American dessert. It is mostly presented as a square baked dessert. Baked in a square pan, it is sliced into square bars and can come in different textures. It is supposed to be a cross between a cake and a cookie in texture. However, there are brownies that are fudgy, chewy, or […]

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Afghan Biscuits from New Zealand

Afghan Biscuit is a traditional baked biscuit from New Zealand. The most interesting thing I found about this biscuit is the fact that it is made with cornflakes. Traditionally it topped with a chocolate icing and a half walnut. Since these are not baked with any leavening agent, these cookies tend to soft and chewy. […]

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Matar Paneer Masala

Matar Paneer Masala is one of the most delicious rich gravy you can make with the season’s best fresh peas and paneer. When I planned for the Punjabi Thali, I thought I must include this gravy as I wanted two paneer dishes and Paneer Butter Masala was for the kids and I felt including peas […]

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