Cookies were not my favorite until I tried this recipe. Walnuts and white chocolate go hand in hand. These fluffy and soft cookies have just the right amount of crispness to enjoy it thoroughly. This is a versatile recipe, you can always go with any kind of nuts(Pecans or almonds) or chocolates (Milk, dark or semisweet) you like. Perfect to do with kids as well... Enjoy baking and relishing these yummy cookies!
Looking for a savory treat or a snack? Roasted Gram Murukku also known as Pottukadalai Murukku in Tamil is a savory, crunchy snack originated in South India. You will thoroughly enjoy the lightness and just the right amount of crisp texture loaded with unique flavors. The secret is nothing but to grind the soaked rice as the base (instead of a store bought rice flour) to make this Roasted Gram Murukku.
Peda, a milk fudge is very popular North Indian sweet that is traditionally made with Khoya or Mawa. The three different irresistible flavors I've tried and tested are saffron, cocoa/ chocolate and pistachios.
Laddus are always tempting. From an assortment of laddus how about we cherry-pick a healthier version that's easier and rich with flavor? Rava laddu made with wheat and nuts can be made by anyone. Yes, a newbie to kitchen can give this recipe a try. It's that simple with very few ingredients and tastes yum! I love the texture when using wheat rava instead of the wheat flour. This recipe is perfect for a last minute sweet for any occasion!
Diwali (Deepavali), the "Festival of Lights" is just around the corner. It is the biggest and brightest Hindu festival in India. How about we enjoy some of the authentic sweets and savory? The first sweet that came to my mind is Badhusha, my all time favorite. Badhusha is similar to a glazed doughnut in terms of ingredients, but differs in texture and taste.