Our Annual Family Tradition for making these beautiful #gunjiya (puffrd pastries) However simple it looks, it has extreme difficulty level. Especially the category of pastry dough that my Dad agrees upon (super tight texture) has extreme difficulty in rolling🙌😅😉. According to him, if you make loose dough then it’s easy to roll but the end…

Gunjia Making. Official Dessert making Ceremony for Holi 😄😉 . . .. . #filopastry rolled and stuffed with beautiful mixture of mawa and coconut base, raisens, lightly sweetened. The process for making 100 of these beauties will take us 3 to 4 hours. Wait for the final picture,😄😀 #holi #foodvideography #traditionalfood #festival #indian #jaipur #…

The year that WAS -2018

2018 A year of 126 Cooking Sessions Approximately 3 x the number of hours spent in kitchen with more than 300 Guests Woooohhhhh😅😅😅😅 Really….. Well that’s something for me atleast. Take a look in a small Movie out of the pictures I could Take. Thank you All who put faith in me 🙏😊 @indianexperiences @indiasomeday…

Gajar Ka Halwa

Merry Christmas Friends. On this beautiful day I am sharing with you all the dish that itself is an occasion.  The Dessert that symbolize the Winters of India, the dish the name of which brings memories in most of the North Indians, the dish of winter Lunch Boxes, the dish of winter buffet menus  and…

Samosa

Sharing today the most favorite street food of India ‘ Samosa’. This is not some quick snack, or easy recipes but it is one of the delicacies and need time as well as patience. So they say ‘ “What BAKING is to the Western World (in terms of culinary arts), FRYING is to India.” The chefs or cooks…

Butter Sauteed Potatoes with Quick Onion Dip

Rainy Season is on full swing and the appetite of our bodies go down following the wet atmosphere.  The season is not best for eating heavy, or taking large meals.  Indian families have been blessed with generations of wisdom of ‘what to eat what not to eat’.   There is a conscious in our belly too,…

Dry Moong Lentils with Parantha

Long Long Time No See….. The tourist season has begun for India which means back to back Cooking Sessions along with kids schools and exams.. and what got left behind was my recipes.. But no worries.  I am catching up.  Sharing today a recipe that I did a few days back this complements the rainy…

Bhindi Masala-Okra

Lady Finger – Okra – Bhindi One of the most simplest vegetable, yet the least understood vegetarian ingredients of the world.   A vegetable rich in Vitamins, minerals and a good source of Calcium, it is used widely in Indian Cuisine.   There are at least 20 different documented recipes I could find in India.  It is…

Vegetarian Biryani – with Jackfruit

Yesterday’s cooking session went on a different route than our usual Thali .  Our guests from the USA wanted to have a biryani, and since I am  only doing Vegetarian Meals, I had just the perfect Veggie Version of our National Favorite ‘Biryani’ I have been longing to do it in our cooking sessions and wondered…