Indian fusion recipe for distinctive dessert canapes, rich with the exquisite taste of the traditional karanji, and with no added sugar! For many of us Indian Americans, the festive party season begins with Diwali and ends after the New Year parties. Diwali parties have the special snacks that are mostly deep fried and then there... Continue Reading →
A unique dessert fit for the festive season that is nectarous, quick and easy to make! Tomorrow is the festival of Dassera, a very auspicious day for Hindus all over the world. I am fascinated by the mythological stories depicting the victory of good over evil and how Dassera is celebrated in numerous ways in... Continue Reading →
No cooking skills required for these truly ambrosial modak that are ready in minutes! All you need is just 5 ingredients. I used the mold that makes 5 at a time! With the holy festival of Ganesh Chaturthi tomorrow, these quick, no cook modak will be super easy to make on a weekday too. ... Continue Reading →
Two quick and easy recipes with step by step photos! For Raksha Bandhan this year, treat your brother (and yourself 🙂 to these yummy edible rakhis! I have written about the significance of the festival of Narali Pournima and Raksha Bandhan in my post for Luscious Avocado Coconut Burfi. Rakhis are special bracelets sold for... Continue Reading →
An heirloom recipe for a delectable, vegetarian, vegan, dessert kheer. Dear friends, This post is about the immense gratitude I feel as Indfused turns 3! A HUGE THANK YOU to all of you for making Indfused what it is today. I am genuinely humbled when I see that Indfused has over 83,500 followers. The number of... Continue Reading →
MMM.......Mother’s Day Special! Easy, delectable, nutritious, vegetarian breakfast that kids can make for mom. As Mother’s day is approaching, I started thinking of a recipe that would be super easy for kids to make for their mom. Little did I know that after thinking of many different recipes, Malvani malpua would pop in my head.... Continue Reading →
With fresh, tender corn flooding the markets now, I am making my ‘Fiesta Friday winner’ recipe- Corn Hurda in a Papad Bowl. The toasty, sweet hurda, the grainy peanut chutney and the crunchy papad bowl make for a great start to the weekend party!
Droolicious snack made with end of summer fresh grilled corn and served in an edible papad bowl!
Corn Hurda in Papad Bowl!
Greedy foodie that I am, I recently tried a combination of two mouthwatering foods I liked in India…..and while I was at it, I also put it in an edible papad bowl 🙂
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Make your sugar syrup in the microwave for this traditional ladu made of semolina and coconut! You all know I go nuts for coconut and this ladu is at the top of my list of favorites. It is a combination of roasted semolina, fresh grated coconut, sugar that is infused with cardamom and nutmeg... Continue Reading →
Churma Laadoos in under 10 minutes! Kid friendly nutritious snack that is a breeze to make with this new simplified (non- deep fried) recipe! Dear friends, Thank you for your requests for nutritious snacks for kids. These Churma laadoos will be a favorite with both kids and adults! I love the grainy, crispy texture of... Continue Reading →