Broken Wheat Kheer | Godi Kadi Payasa ~ Udupi Style

For the final and third day of Desserts, I have another Kheer made with Broken Wheat and Jaggary. This delicious kheer was part of the Udupi Thali and was inspired by this.  Broken Wheat is always stocked at home, even though I don’t always use it regularly. Athamma prefers to use this for her Upma […]

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Bread Gulab Jamun Recipe | How to make Gulab Jamun with Bread

We are starting yet another week under BM# 50, and I will be doing “One ingredient and different category dishes”. The idea for this theme started long back, infact during December when we had our yearly cultural activities in my office. we had a cooking competition based on Budget and the team that spent the […]

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How to make Jalebi ~ Store bought Version

We are starting the BM#49 Edition first week today. I will be starting with some desserts that I had suggested being cooked from a list. You really won’t believe the amount of time I spent on this list, trying to see what I can make that my nonsweet eating kids will eat. Finally, I landed […]

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Kasi Halwa Recipe | How to make Poosanikai Halwa

Kasi Halwa is a Traditional Halwa from Tamil Nadu made with White Pumpkin. White Pumpkin is called Poosanikai in Tamil, Boodida Gumadikaya in Telugu. White Pumpkin is also known as Ash Gourd and Winter melon.  Coming to the halwa, I must have noticed this halwa being served in weddings and have always looked forward to […]

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How to make Gulab Jamun | Easy Gulab Jamun Recipe

Learn to make the most easiest and softest Gulab Jamuns!  For the second day of Indian Desserts, I decided on Gulab Jamun. I had originally wanted to bake these because I wanted to club this theme along with Bakeathon. However I didn’t find enough Indian dishes that were baked that will suit both events. I […]

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Microwave Chocolate Burfi ~ Easy Diwali Sweets

For the last and final day of Festival Dishes for Diwali, I have this yet another quick microwave burfi. I made this after making the Milk Fudge, using milk powder again. This has cream and melted choco chips as the base. I have also used cocoa powder for the extra chocolate kick. This stays for […]

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Microwave Milk Fudge | How to make Milk Fudge

For the second day of Diwali Special Dishes, I have another sweet made again with Milk Powder. Let me confess that I had a huge stock of Milk powder and completely forgot about it. So this festival season, I went through my recipe collection and selected recipes that used Milk powder. This Milk Fudge is […]

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