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Shrikhand- Easy home recipes

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 →

Paan Truffles with Gulkand Centers

Dear Friends,
Wishing you all a very Happy Diwali and sharing my most popular post Paan Truffles with Gulkand Centers to add to your Diwali enjoyment.

Indian and Indian Fusion Cooking in America

Easy recipe for the ultimate ambrosial Indian fusion dessert…all in under 10 minutes!

New Indian Fusion dessert-Quick and Easy, vegetarian, gluten free recipe for an Indian fusion dessert and mouth freshener all in one! Paan Truffles with Gulkand Centers

Dear friends,

I want to THANK YOU ALL from the bottom of my heart as Indfused celebrates its second anniversary with over 200,000 views and more than 100,000 unique visitors from over 150 countries! I am still so pleasantly surprised by the numerous awards, prizes, the glowing reviews, the 800 ~1000 percent growth over last year in the number of views, followers and visitors. I am truly humbled and ask that you keep the love flowing with your continued support <3. Please do tell your friends about Indfused and help me spread the word.You all inspire and invigorate me to try new recipes!

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Sun kissed Besan Ladus for Diwali !

Sun Kissed Besan Ladus- As the aroma of these ladus fills the air, you will know that Diwali is here!

Indian and Indian Fusion Cooking in America

Makes 21 medium  or 27 small ladus

Sun kissed Besan Ladus!

Diwali, the festival of lights, is a five day celebration that starts  October 23rd this year. The word Diwali or Deepavali literally means  ‘a row of lights’. The festival signifies the victory of good over evil, light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance. It is a time filled with lights and love and of course, the traditional sweet and savory snacks of Diwali!

Here in America, I have tried to keep up the Diwali traditions and my son and daughter really enjoy celebrating the festival . The family ‘faral’-a meal when the family sits together to enjoy all the traditional Diwali snacks and sweets, is an especially favorite time for them.

I start making the sweets and snacks a few days before Diwali. I decided to start today by making Besan Ladus. Besan is chana dal (split pea) flour. I use the coarse…

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Chennai, India ! Experience Exhilarating Culinary Creativity and Architectural Ingenuity

I was super excited about my trip to Chennai, India and it exceeded my expectations on two major fronts- food and architecture. As you all know, I am a huge foodie and when taste, mindfulness and creativity are combined, it simply invigorates me ! And that is what happened at the Madras Pavilion at ITC’s... Continue Reading →

Zesty Zucchini Corn Cakes- Rustic Style!

Vegetarian, gluten free, savory corn cakes- easy and scrumptious! Vegan option included in recipe. Can you believe it is the last week of summer, already? It goes by too fast, doesn’t it? I am a summer person and love to hang on to it as long as I can. But what choice do we have?... Continue Reading →

Gul Pohe Vadi

Dear friends,
Especially for Krishna Janmashtami! Gul Pohe Vadi is easy and requires no sugar syrup making skills!
Enjoy!

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#Easy, #no syrup making #skills required, #Indian #dessert #recipe with #almonds, #coconut,#iron rich #jaggery and #pohe, #cardamom and#nutmeg, a #festival #special. A #glutenfree #snack with #vegan option in #recipe Easy- No syrup needed- Gul Pohe Vadi or Burfi

Gul is jaggery, pohe is flattened rice and vadi is burfi. Pohe being one of Lord Krishna’s favorite foods, are offered to Him for the Janmashtami festival, which celebrates His birth. I love the mythological story about Sudama’s gift of pohe for Lord Krishna. It teaches us all a valuable lesson that gifts given from the heart are far more precious than any other gifts.

Gul pohe are made with jaggery, coconut, ghee, nutmeg and cardamom mixed with flattened rice or pohe. They are not a favorite with my kids. So I decided to make a vadi/burfi with similar ingredients adding almonds and roasted dal/dalia to it too.

This is a ‘no syrup making skills required’ recipe! Many people are nervous about the right consistency of jaggery syrups, especially here in America, as we do not get a type of jaggery…

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6 Easy & Satisfying Summer Salads with Homemade Dressings

All natural, no preservatives added, figure friendly, unique and flavorful salads, perfect for summer! Boston is experiencing a heat wave this summer. I complain all through winter when I wait for warm weather, so I am not complaining now. This is my kind of weather for summer salads. These unique, figure friendly, all natural salads... Continue Reading →

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