Tucked into a tiny Dhobi Talao lane is a little bakery that has been churning out some of the most sublime biscuits in Mumbai for a little over five decades now It looks like any other batasa biscuit: blobby and crumbly. And the bakery looks like ... The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
You just can't imagine the festival of colours without those amazing scrumptious gujias, which have the power to break any and every diet resolution of yours. But this time, try making these traditional sweets with a slight twist at home. ...Times of India, 2 months ago
Chandigarh, March 22,2016: Nutrela, flagship brand of Ruchi Soya Industries Limited, known for promoting Healthy Eating for more than two decades now shares delicacies which you can enjoy this Holi without any guilt. Nutrela Soya Gujia Nutrela ...Pocket News Alert.com, 2 months ago
We'd asked you, dear readers to share your favourite Holi recipe. Reader Aditi Bahl tells us how to make Gujiya. You can share yours too! H ere's what she had to say. "Gujiya is a very common North Indian sweet treat made especially on and for the colourful occasion of Holi. "This one is my personal favourite too! Earlier we used to have gujiyas bought from the market every Holi. Drenched in sugar syrup one would not have it otherwise, but on Holi -- amidst the colours, ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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