Dear friends of Indfused, Happy Diwali! Seeing that the Baked Sutarfeni was such a hit with you all, I was inspired to try the recipe in an airfryer. I am happy to report that the experiment was a success and the dough was cooked in 3 minutes flat. Have the syrup ready to drizzle all... Continue Reading →
Happy Dassera everyone! The traditional festival sweet for Dassera is Shrikhand puri in Maharashtra! It is a holiday. The houses are adorned with marigold flowers, Gods and Goddesses worshipped and the celebration of good over evil, knowledge over ignorance begins! Dassera also signifies that Diwali is round the corner. For the Dassera festive lunch, I... Continue Reading →
Honey Caramelized Fig Shrikhand- 5 ingredient recipe to celebrate Indfused's 5th anniversary! Quick and easy, healthy, delectable recipe with local ingredients.
Gatari Amavasya, celebrated mostly in Maharashtra, India, is the no moon day before the beginning of Shravan, the holy month in the Hindu calendar. To me, Gatari Amavasya seems similar to Fat Tuesday. Many people observe the holy month by abstaining from non- vegetarian foods. So, they feast on Gatari Amavasya, the day before the... Continue Reading →
All the quick and easy tilgul recipes you will need for Makar Sankrant! Happy Makar Sankrant everyone! "Tilgul ghya goad bola " in Marathi, literally means "Please accept this tilgul and speak sweetly ". What it signifies is renewing friendship and making new friends. The sesame seeds and jaggery denote the warmth and sweetness of... Continue Reading →
Luscious whole wheat flat bread made with dates, milk and sesame seeds. The festival of Makar Sankrant is approaching. Makar Sankrant is celebrated in various forms all across India, on January 14th. This year my Marathi calendar shows it to be on the 15th. It marks the sun’s travel to Makar (Capricorn) zodiac, which means... Continue Reading →
Air Fryer Banana Halwa Wontons-Enjoy this guilt free dessert made in the air fryer-Crispy golden dessert wontons stuffed with Kelyacha Halwa!
Today is Diwali Paadwa! The fourth day of the five day Diwali celebration! In Maharashtra, where I grew up, this is also a special day celebrating the bond between married couples. (Read the wife gets gifts 🙂 Houses are decorated with flower and mango leaf garlands called toran and Shrikhand puri is traditionally made for... Continue Reading →