Month: August 2015

Mathura Ke Pede

Mathura Ke Pede

  MATHURA KE PEDE- WOO HOO…This post marks my 100th!!!!!!   Blogging has become very important to me over the past few months. I started blogging six months back when I self gifted this blog on my birthday.In Past few months, I have learned so […]

Grilled Barbecue Paneer and Mushroom

Grilled Barbecue Paneer and Mushroom

Team DFT celebrates Raksha Bandhan which represents the love and respect between siblings along with Onam which is reminiscent of Kerala’s agrarian past, as it is considered to be a harvest festival. On this Occasion I bring a recipe which is loved and enjoyed by […]

MALABI ( Milk Pudding)

MALABI ( Milk Pudding)

  RAKSHABANDHAN SPECIAL – MALABI An Israeli dessert, Malabi–the creamy, milk-based pudding is also one of the most popular desserts across the Middle East.It’s milk pudding, made in 10 minutes. Sounds like a dessert for children, and children naturally do love it. The traditional recipe […]

Bhindi Peanut masala ( No Onion Garlic)

Bhindi Peanut masala ( No Onion Garlic)

Bhindi aka Okra aka Lady finger has been my favorite vegetable since childhood. I loved Bhindi so much that I can even eat it raw. I love to cook it in different styles and with different recipes. Usually I cook bhindi with lots of onions, […]

Meethey Puye or Gulguley( Sweet Whole wheat fritters)

Meethey Puye or Gulguley( Sweet Whole wheat fritters)

Happy Hariyali Teej my friends! Teej is one of the most celebrated festivals of the country where the bond of marriage is paid special reverence. Hriyali Teej marks the welcoming of prosperity and growth and is celebrated on the third day of Shukla Paksha (bright […]