Ram Pulao | How to make Rajasthani Gatte ka Pulao

Ram Pulao

Ram Pulao is one of the most delicious pulaos for vegetarians from the state of Rajasthan. The spicy fried lentil dumplings make this a delicious feast. This Rajasthani Gatta Pulao or Gatte Ka Pulao was my choice for R as the Ram Pulao sounded very interesting choice. Though I had a tough time figuring out […]

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Moti Pulao | How to make Fried Paneeer Balls Pulao

Moti Pulao

Moti Pulao is simple ghee rice decked with deep fried paneer balls and is offered as prasad during festivals. The simple rice dish makes an excellent feast for a party as well. I was introduced to this site many years ago and I don’t actually remember for which dish. However, I had bookmarked quite a […]

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Holud Mishti Pulao | Bengali Sweet Saffron Polau

Holud Mishti Pulao

Holud Mishti Pulao or Bengali Sweet Saffron Polau is a special Durga Puja Dish made during the season. This is one of the Bengali’s comfort dish and very easy to make. I adapted mine from here and it is written in extent on how popular this dish is. It is a mandatory dish during Bengali […]

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Farali Poori | How to make Rajgira Ki Poori for Vrat

Farali Poori

Farali Poori or Fasting Pooris made with Rajgira Atta is a popular dish made during fasting season in North Indian. These Vrat dishes are rightly balanced to manage through the fasting period. While different grains are used to make Vrat Dishes, I used Rajgira Atta to make Pooris. Since its Gluten free grain, I used […]

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Ellu Holige | Til Poli from Udupi

Ellu Holige is a sweet flatbread made with Sesame, jaggery filling stuffed in a Maida flatbread. It is another variant of the Puran Poli where the stuffing is normally chana dal. While Ellu Holige or Til Poli is quite popular in the southern states, I chose to use this version as I wasn’t able to […]

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Zafrani Sandesh | How to make Saffron Sandesh

Zafrani Sandesh

Zafrani Sandesh is my choice for Z in the A to Z Bengali Sweet Series. As expected there is no other choice for this letter in the regional language or in English. So the moment I came to plan Z, I immediately thought of Zafrani referring the Saffron Flavoured Sandesh. While there has been some […]

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Yogurt Frozen Sandesh | How to make Shrikhand Sandesh

Yogurt Frozen Sandesh

Shrikhand Sandesh or Yogurt Frozen Sandesh is my choice for Y in the A to Z Bengali Sweet Series. This is a delicious twist to the regular Shrikhand, where along with the creamy thick curds, you have the soft fresh chhana added. I have made this, even more, protein rich and delicious by adding the […]

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X’citing Dark Chocolate Sandesh Truffle

Xciting Dark Chocolate Sandesh

X’citing Dark Chocolate Sandesh Truffle is my choice for X in the A to Z Bengali Sweet Series. As it’s known we don’t have anything regional starting with X and so I decided I had to play with the starting letter. To me or rather my kids, there is nothing more exciting than dark chocolate […]

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White Chocolate Sandesh Truffle

White Chocolate Sandesh Truffle

White Chocolate Sandesh Truffle is my choice for W in the A to Z Bengali Sweet Series. In fact, this White chocolate Sandesh is what prompted me to make the Hot Chocolate Sandesh Truffle and when I thought about making a truffle, I decided to make all the dishes as truffles. I knew I won’t […]

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