This pudding is what I like to call, the ‘King of Desserts’. Featuring in every “Feast” my mum prepares on festivals, this is as easy to make as it is to consume! 😉 It can be eaten at any temperature so you dont have to wait until it chills in the fridge. But it tastes best when warm. There are of course many ways of making the same pudding. This once is my mum’s version which I find to be the easiest! (more…)
Snacks such as Boondi (read boon-dhee) are a traditional part of our snacks prepared during festivals like Diwali, Navratri etc. Actually, the savory version is called Khara (read khaa-raa) and the sweet version is called Boondi, which originated in the state of Rajasthan, India. (more…)
This is an indispensable part of so many Indian dishes like Samosa Chat, Sev Puri, Ragda Patties, Pani Puri etc etc etc… In short, we use this for so many snack items that it would be foolish not to make it & store it! 😀 This keeps well in the refrigerator for over a month!