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Desserts

Healthy Carrot-Millet Cake /Pearl-Millet Cake

Millets are one of the oldest foods known to humans , the first cereal grain to be used for domestic purposes. Millets are small-seeded grasses which are hardy & grow well in dry zones. This group of highly variable seeded grasses are…

Eggless Whole Wheat Banana Cake

Today  baked a soft Egg-less whole wheat Banana Cake  .They are so perfect to hit your breakfast table with a cup of tea. If I say they are 100% whole-wheat stuff yet moist ,delicious and spongy ,you may not believe . Initially my Mom…

Egg-less Chocolate Cake Recipe

Note my words..This one is one of the super moist Egg-less Chocolate Cake ,gooey and super easy to prepare..And yeah it's egg-less too ! I am pretty sure that this cake will make your day brighter and happier .And believe me as you start…

Rasmalai / Steamed Cheese dumplings in fragrant milk

Rasmalai ,another delicious mind-blowing dessert from Odisha..RASAGOLLA's Sibling. So before you start making this delicious dessert Rasmalai just keep these lines in mind. "Much good work is lost for the lack of a little more. ~Edward "…

Coconut Gujiya Recipe | How to Make Gujiya at Home

Every little peculiarity of Lord Ganesha's has a deep spiritual significance .Ganesha's elephant head symbolizes the immense wisdom while trunk visually depicts a well-developed intellect that arises out of wisdom.The occasion of Ganesh…

Rasabali, dessert from Odisha

Lord Ganesha is invoked in the beginning of every Puja as Ganana Vighna-nashak. But, the puja during the Vinayak Chaturthi festival is observed once in a year all over India. Yesterday when i went to local market ,the sight of Ganesha Idols…

Rabdi , a festive food

“I am the Atma abiding in the heart of all beings. I am also the beginning, the middle, and the end of all beings.” ― Krishna's words in Bhagvat Gita Lord Krishna appeared on the eighth day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadon as…

Gulkand kalakand

The purnima (full moon day) of this auspicious month of Shravan is considered even more sacred among . Today it is celebrated as coconut festival or Narali poornima by the fishermen community who offer coconut to appease the fury of the…
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