Mouth-watering recipes to celebrate the festival of colours. Holi is almost upon us and besides the colourful celebration, almost everyone looks forward to the delicious traditional delicacies served up on the occasion. Here are two lip smacking recipes from food blogger Swati Pareek. Gujiya Ingredients For the dough 1 cup all-purpose flour (maida) 1/4 cup semolina (suji) 1 tbsp melted clarified butter (ghee) A pinch of salt Warm milk to knead the dough, as needed For the stuffing ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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Easy sweet recipes for Navratri special food items New Delhi: Navratri days are the best time to serve oneself with some of the most deliciously healthy food items. While no way you can resist those tempting and creatively cooked aloo and other ...India TV, 5 days ago
This Ugadi, you can go the traditional way with holiges or usher in the new year with something different. Here are some recipes that you can enjoy with your family and friends: Moong pak Ingredients: Green gram flour: 1 cup Sugar: 2 cups Water: cup ...Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
By Lutfiya Iqbal Bold, bright and boisterous, India welcomes the arrival of spring in style. Traditional sweets like gujiyas, puran poli, malpuas, halwa, ladoos, barfis and pedas are customary preparations in every household. However, the rapidly ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
Mail Today COLOUR COOL Holi is just around the corner and we can't wait to get our spirits drenched in some colourful revelry. Heralding the onset of spring, it is the perfect occasion to ditch the monotony and let your ...MSN Canada, 3 weeks ago Holi special: Playing it pretty white India Today, 3 weeks ago
COMPETITORS TURNED FRIENDS Emelia Jackson and Renae Smith Photo: Sudhakara Jain TOPICS MasterChef Australia Season 6 contestants get candid about Indian sweets, Goan fish curry, palak paneer, and the Australian vegemite in a free-ranging ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
MUMBAI: The chill of winter will likely ebb as the festival signalling a change of season arrives next week. Lohri or Lal Loi will be celebrated on Tuesday. It is believed that the nights gradually shorten "by the grain of one sesame seed" once the ...Times of India, 2 months ago
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