Creamy and delicious doodh puli pithe to enjoy during festivals like Ratha yatra, and raja festival.
This simple, one-pot red hot Chicken Masala Curry with Potatoes recipe is so easy to make. Chicken and potatoes are cooked with fresh homemade masala powder, onion, and ginger-garlic paste, resulting in a zesty curry, that is so perfect for dipping your roti or naan or scooping up with rice!!
Rice kheer!! A quintessential Indian dessert that’s a must have after a delicious Indian feast. Made with fragrant rice, sugar and milk, this thick and creamy Indian rice pudding is easy to prepare. I have provided step by step instructions to make the kheer in Instant Pot as well. WHAT IS KHEER? Kheer is an…
In the fish paturi recipe, the fish is slow-cooked inside a banana leaf packet with a mustard-poppyseed-coconut blend. The smoky and earthy flavors from the cooked banana leaves impart amazing flavors to the delicate fish making this bong dish truly delicious. And with some steamed rice, this fish paturi tastes heavenly!!!
A simple niramish street food recipe from Odisha, that anyone can follow. Seasoned mashed potatoes balls dipped in chickpea flour/besan batter and then deep fried to perfection. Enjoy these slightly crispy from outside and soft from inside cutlets as your evening snack with a cup of tea or coffee. WHAT IS ALOO CHOP? “Aloo” means…
This delicious dessert made with fresh chenna and reduced milk is from Odisha, India.
This Chhena poda recipe is a baked fresh paneer/cheese/chhena dessert from the Indian state of Odisha. Instead of homemade chhena, ricotta is used in this recipe to keep the simple recipe even simpler. The combination of ricotta and caramelization sugar makes this recipe undeniably rich, delicious and pillowy soft.
This Chhena Malpua Recipe is going to add a big sparkle to your festive seasons. These soft and delicate chhena malpuas are made with fresh homemade chhena, dipped in sugar cardamom syrup and topped with nuts have a melt in your mouth texture and irresistibly delish!! What is Chhena Malpua? Chhena Malpua is a traditional…
These crispy, flaky and sugar coated shakkarpara are THE perfect snack for diwali or holi. Also popularly known as shankarpali, this is such a simple, yet delicious snack recipe made with all-purpose flour, sugar, cardamom powder that can be enjoyed anytime!!!
These very popular Sooji Kakara Pitha are mildly sweet and made without the traditional coconut jaggery filling, making them a light and wholesome breakfast option or a snack to be enjoyed without much guilt. These Sooji Kakaras are filled with aromatic yet simple flavors like fennel seeds and cardamom powder and mildly sweetened with brown sugar.