Sabudana Jalebi

The custom of eating jalebi on Dussehra has an interesting mythological perspective, it was believed that Lord Ram loved jalebis which was called shashkouli then and since Dussehra is celebrated in respect to Lord Ram’s win over the evil Ravana ,people devour these delectable deep fried jalebis with saffron strands on this day. The Jalebi is a traditional sweet dish made on every festival and special occasions . If you are a true jalebi fan, here is a quick and tasty version that can be prepared without long hours of fermentation and made from the Tapioca pearls or Sabudana ….

Papdi Chaat

The one word on the tip of every tongue when we pass through a busy roadside food stalls is the favorite street food of India – Chaat, the mouthwatering sweet , savory, creamy and crunchy snack that has kept people from all walks of life satisfied for ages. In India , Chaat is not a snack, rather it is a way of life, which can be enjoyed anytime, be it breakfast, lunch or dinner. No Indian can resist this favorite street food loaded with crunchy savories, mouthwatering chutneys, Peppy spices and lip smacking veggies on a single plate that can…

Collection of Navratri Recipes

Navratri is the most celebrated festival of the Hindus symbolizing purity and victory of good over evil . Though the formal ceremonies may differ from region to region , the underlying sentiment remains the same across communities and various States. It combines the ritualistic Puja and fasting with the celebration for 9 nights and 10 days, during the course of which people worship the nine forms of devi Durga. The 10th day is commonly referred to as Vijayadashami or Dussehra. During the first 3 days of the Navratri, Goddess Durga is worshiped followed by Goddess Laxmi for the next 3…

Potala Rasa

Cultivated in the eastern states of India particularly Odisha, West Bengal, Assam, Bihar, Uttar pradesh, this vine plant similar to cucumber with heart shaped leaves produces a fruit green with white stripes known as Pointed Gourd or Parwal in Hindi, Potal in Odia, Assamese, Bengali and Sanskrit, Parwal in Bhojpuri, Urdu ans Awadhi. Coloquially it is also known as green potato. This humble vegetable is found in almost every Indian household and cooked on a regular basis as it is easily available throughout the year, easy to cook and most importantly comes a little cheaper than other vegetables. But do…

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