3 Sweet Halwa Recipes- My baby blog turns 1 today !

Dear friends and family,
I cannot believe Indfused will be two next week!
I am so glad that so many of you felt encouraged to try the Mahim and Bombay Halwas after reading these easy recipes and for letting me know how much you loved them.
As I thank you all for your continued support, I am contemplating what to make for the blogiversary next week. Any ideas? Do let me know.

Indian and Indian Fusion Cooking in America

Recipes and step by step instructions on how to make3 sweet halwas, easy Indian dessert recipes Microwave Bombay Halwa (green in the foreground),Kesar Pista Mahim Halwa (yellow and made with saffron and semolina) Rose Mahim Halwa (made with all purpose flour and rose essence)

A HUGE THANKS to you all, as my baby blog turns one! It is so encouraging to see that Indfused has had over 10,000 visitors,been viewed about 25,000 times and in over 90 countries.

Encouragement and Gratitude are the two words that come to mind, as I write today. I have been blessed to have encouragement and support all along, from my parents and siblings, my in laws, friends, my husband and children.

The Bombay Halwa (the green one in the picture) brings back memories of Aai, my mother. It was her favorite halwa and my recipe is adapted from her cookbook, Ruchi, published in Marathi. My memory dates back to when I was a young teenager and was fascinated by the halwa. I…

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    1. Thanks so much Sahar. For the puri, I use whole wheat dough- to each cup of whole wheat dough, I add a tablespoon of yogurt, a pinch of sugar, salt to taste and a teaspoon of oil and knead the dough with water. The dough is a little stiffer than the roti dough. Knead and keep it aside for half an hour or so, then make the puris.
      Hope that helps.

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    1. Thanks so much Indah! I appreciate your support and feel so fortunate to have a friend like you. I also live vicariously through you enjoying the amazing dives you do !


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