DoubleKaMeeta/BreadSweet

Diwali, which means sweets all around. This is of the sweets this year for the Diwali, so decided to post the recipe of ‘Double ka meeta’, the way I make. ‘Double ka meeta’, is one of the delicious desserts which is popular with kids and adults alike. It is made with everyday ingredients but is considered ‘rich’ and ‘popular’ desserts because of the taste. Continue reading

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AcrylicHenna Butterfly

IMG_20170619_193542137_HDRThis is another way to try Henna Acrylic designs. I bought this wooden butterfly from a dollar store..was 3 dollars. I found that acrylic paints filled in cones( fill the cones with acrylic paints just like you would fill it up with mehandi and seal ) works very well on wood. This is the way I did it… Continue reading

Kadi

Kadi

There are many forms of kadi from different places in India…this is the way my Mom makes and she learned it when they were living in Delhi. It is so simple to make and goes very well with rice dishes and rotis. The taste of this dish can be easily altered and enhanced Continue reading

Clay Ganesh

All over India it is a tradition to make Ganesha with mud for this Ganesh Chaturdhi festival. If you are in India it is easy to buy this, actually Ganesh idols are also available to buy in USA in most of the cities where there is huge Indian community. Unfortunately, they are not in Canada, Continue reading

MintToordaal Chutney

KandiPudina Pachadi

Kandi pachadi is chutney made from toor daal, and is served with rice. This Pachadi is coarse and slightly thick in consistency as opposed to chutneys made for idlis and dosas. It is very common and mostly liked by all in Andhra families. It is easy to make and requires very few ingredients. Continue reading

Pongal

Pongali

Pongal or Pongali is very simple yet quite a special dish for many South Indians. This is a very versatile dish which can be served as breakfast, lunch, or dinner. This is a one pot meal, which makes it ideal for those busy days too. Continue reading

Baked Okra

After trying this dish this way, I realized this is the best way to make bendi(bhindi) fry. Usually bendi fry takes quite a bit of oil if you want the bendi to be fried crispy. It also takes lot of effort to stir the bendi pieces so that they don’t stick to the pan Continue reading