Egg Croquettes- Celebrating the spirit of Ramadan

The love for food and understanding the importance of both the consumption and abstinence of it is the core of the holy month of Ramadan which ends in the breaking of the fast in Eid-al-Fitr. Ramadanor Ramzan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar when Muslims around the world engage themselves in prayer, fasting, charity, and religious devotion. During this holy month, Muslims around the world abstain from eating and drinking during daylight hours. There’s more to Ramadan than fasting and avoiding food and drink from dawn to dusk. it’s a month of spiritual detox The holy month of…

Spiced Garbanzo Beans Pie Recipe- Guest Post for Shaheen Ali

It was a pleasant surprise when I receive a request from Shaheen Ali of https://www.spoonforkandfood.com to do a guest post for her. She is a huge inspiration for me because of the way she manages her Blog. Despite being in neck deep inwork, I managed to finish this post because I really wanted to be at her Blog. You have to visit her blog to believe what I say here. Shaheen isnot only a gifted food blogger who masters the art of articulating food, but also a very talented food stylist and photographer. I am truly fascinated by her Baking…

Thai Red Curry with Cauliflower

This Thai Red Curry with cauliflower made for lunch is the most warm and comforting food I have tasted. The last couple of weeks has been very taxing as far as work goes for me, managing home, office and keeping a balance is always a challenge for me and this always leaves me in a dilemma what should I cook which can be made in a jiffy and yet flavorful and comforting. This red Thai curry fits to my requirement perfectly. For the last one month I was unable to contribute to Cooking from Cookbook Challenge which is a group…

Radhaballavi ( Stuffed Chana Daal Poori ) with Niramish Aloo Dum

Radhaballavi or Stuffed Chana Daal Poori is undoubtedly is the favorite breakfast of a typical Bengali Household. This mouth watering delicacy found its way to the heart of many people just like me who despite not being a Bengali love this lip smacking Radhaballavi served with spicy aloo dum in a bowl of sal leaves . whenever I travel to Kolkatta, I make it a point to have this once, but I have never made it at home, despite it being high on my priority list.You will find this combo mainly made during Pujas and other functions in many Bengali…

Roasted Plum Ice cream on Oreo crumbs and Caramelized Pineapple

With the onset of summer holidays , comes the responsibilities of making varieties of kids friendly recipes to keep them busy. Every time I visit the departmental store for grocery, I simply head towards the fruit zone to check for exotic fruits and whenever I find these juicy fruits on the rack I pick them up . Plums are those rare fruits which comes with such myriad of colors which are not only juicy but taste awesome also. I try making almost all kinds of recipes with fruits but in summer I just fall for the roasted Plums Icecream. The…

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