Author: Lipika Dutta

Healthy, Soups & Snacks

Soya Chana Cutlet

Soya granules are combined with kabuli chana and mint and made into tikkis. They are both tender and tasty. Soya is rich in protein and fiber where as chana helps in weight loss and stabilises blood sugar levels. Being low in cholesterol, this recipe is good for heart patients and […]

 
Healthy, Main Course

Kathal (Raw Jackfruit) Pulao

Kathal Pulao is a delicious Indian recipe served in main course. Its a rich and aromatic preparation made with the combination of raw jackfruit, spices, coconut milk and fresh herbs. Jackfruits are rich in antioxidants that protect from aging, cancer and degenerative diseases. They contain a high amount of vitamins, […]

 
Soups & Snacks

Bhakarwadi

Bhakarwadi is a traditional Maharashtrian and Gujarati snack that contains spices rolled up in a dough made with maida and besan or gram flour. They are crisp, crunchy and delicious savouries that can be enjoyed with tea or coffee. This recipe requires some effort but can be prepared well in […]

 
Bengali Recipe, Desserts

Moong Dal Gujiya

Indian festivals are all about rituals, colours and food. When we talk of holi, it becomes imperative to talk about sweet treats. There are some dishes which are part of the celebrations since ages and the festivals are incomplete without these traditional recipes. One such recipe is Gujiya. Moong dal […]

 
Bengali Recipe, Desserts

Malpua

Malpua is a traditional sweet of North and East India made during festivals and special occasions. These are soft, melt in mouth kind with perfect sweetness and richness. Rava, maida and fresh cream are combined together, shallow fried in ghee and dunked in sugar syrup. These are best served with […]