Kashmiri pulao is a sweet, mild and aromatic delicacy from the beautiful state of Kashmir. This is extremely easy to make and is a bit on the sweeter side since it is garnished with both fresh and dry fruits.
A wide variety of fresh fruits like apple, pomegranate and pineapple can be used for garnishing the pulao. However, before you add any fruit to the … Continue reading
Almonds are known for their numerous health benefits, including cough, respiratory disorders, anaemia, constipation and diabetes. Apart from them, it can also help with hair, dental and skin (psoriasis) care. Almonds are available in two varieties both bitter and sweet. Normally, the sweeter almonds are considered edible whereas the bitter ones are used for making almond oil that is … Continue reading
Like most nuts, cashews or kaju as they are known in Hindi, have several different uses. They are an excellent source of fibre and protein. The fat present in these nuts helps in protecting the heart apart from maintaining healthy levels of good cholesterol. Moreover, they help in controlling high blood pressure, migraines, soreness, muscle spasms and fatigue.
They can also be used … Continue reading
Delicious sweet candy
India offers a wide variety of sweets to people. Among the traditional Indian sweets, Walnut and besan barfi is very famous in the country. The markets are flooded with delicious sweets and candies that can be distributed among friends and family members on special occasions and festivals including Diwali, Holi, Lohri and others.
If you are keen on make the barfi just … Continue reading
Almond Malai Kulfi- The best ice cream option
Whether it is summer season or winter, everyone loves to eat kulfis, especially because there are varieties of kulfis available in the market these days. Almond malai kulfi is a favorite of everyone as it is not only delicious but also healthy. While almonds add protein to it, malai makes it more tempting. It is a delicious ice cream … Continue reading
Dry fruit Ghughra Gujiya: Special Holi sweets
Gujiya, also called ghughra, is a special Holi sweet. Speciality of North Indian states like Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar, Gujiya is prepared using Maida flour or suji stuffed with khoya, dry fruits and coconut. The half-moon shaped savories are really tasty and prepared on the festival of Holi or … Continue reading
Thandai, popularly called sardai, is a refreshing summer drink which is traditionally served during Indian festivals Mahashivratri and Holi. It is flavored with a number of dry fruits, especially almonds. Other dry fruits used to make Thandai are cashew nuts and pistachios. Not only, this, exotic mix of aromatic spices is used while making Thandai. They include peppercorns, fennel as well as cardamom to add to … Continue reading
Barfi or Pak is a sweet confectionary made primarily in the Indian subcontinent. There are several varieties of barfi which include Besan barfi (made using gram flour), Pista barfi (made using ground pistachios), kaaju barfi (made using cashews) and Nariyal barfi or nariyal pak (made using Coconut). The most popular barfi among the ones mentioned above is the nariyal pak with nuts (pistachios and cashew) along with flavours like rose water … Continue reading