Eggless Christmas Fruit Loaf Cake

Eggless Christmas Fruit Loaf Cake

Eggless Christmas Fruit Loaf Cake is a heavy loaded sinful eggless version of the Christmas plum cake or fruitcake. This cake is full of dry fruit and nuts and makes a wonderful cake for the festival season. Its that time of the year when the traditional Christmas Cake has to be baked and I again […]

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Kuthravaali Puli Sadam ~ Day 8

Kuthiraivali Puli Sadam

Kuthravaali Puli Sadam or Barnyard Millet Tamarind Rice is an easy millet dish you can make as neivedyam this Navratri Season. For the Navratri Day 8, the neivedyam was a Puli Sadam with Barnyard Millet, Whole Moong Dal Sundal and Sakkarai Pongal as it was Tuesday. Check out the Navratri Special dishes for more ideas. […]

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Andhra Style Chicken Gravy with Step By Step Pictures

Andhra Style Chicken Gravy

Andhra Style Chicken Gravy is a spicy gravy made with chicken, coconut milk and a variety of spices. This gravy tastes equally good with both with ghee rice or chapathi. Over the years, we have prepared different versions of Chicken gravies. Each reflecting the moods and habits of the person eating that period. There are […]

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Eggless Christmas Fruit Cake 6

Eggless Christmas Cake

This Eggless Christmas Fruit Cake is a moist cake made with different types of raisins, nuts and fruit juices. Makes a filling and sumptuous cake. My initial plan was to soak the fruits for couple of hours and bake it right away. However, I ended up soaking it for 2 days and then adding the […]

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Moong Dal Halwa Recipe

Moong Dal Halwa

Moong Dal Halwa is one of the popular Indian Sweets made during festivals. This halwa is made with split yellow moong dal, this is a delicious and sinful dessert to enjoy anytime. This week is all about cooking for different festivals. I picked up Raksha Bandhan and wanted to make some special sweets that are […]

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Almond Milk Cake ~ Badam Halwa in Microwave!

Badam Halwa is a rich Indian Sweet made with a smooth paste of Almond or Badam with sugar. While the traditional method is quite labour intensive, this microwave method gets you the same taste and texture in 15 minutes of microwave cooking. I took a day off as the boys were due for their vaccine […]

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