Kacha golla – a Bengali Sandesh recipe

Kacha golla is a type of Bengali sandesh. It is made from fresh Chenna (Paneer/Cottage Cheese) and Khoya. Originated in Bangladesh, it is more commonly known as “Natorer Kacha golla”. However, this is something you will find in every Bengali Sweet shop. In this recipe, I have flavored it with some rooh afza to not…

Paan Kulfi – Easy step by step recipe

I love Kulfi as much as I love ice cream. Earlier when I was staying in Kolkata, and Natural’s was a thing that Mumbaikars were proud of, we would enjoy our very own Kulfi that’s available in all seasonal fruit flavors. We had this street vendor near our office who would make Mango Kulfi inside…

Zarda recipe | Meethe chawal (Sweet rice) recipe

I first had Zarda when I was in Lucknow during my Post-Graduation. Not in any restaurant but thanks to my friend’s aunt. She would send us home cooked delicious foods during every occasions and sometimes even without any occasion. Just like every other hostel, our hostel was also horrible in terms of food. And to…

Meringue Kisses – A no-fail recipe

I love meringue cookies. I love how they have the perfect crunch in the outside and the marshmallow type texture once you bite into it. In my mind, these are like very distant poor cousin of macarons 😜. So as long as I am procrastinating making macarons, I will make these adorable and to be…

Roasted Grape Ice cream – Easy Homemade version

I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love ice cream, do you? And it can be really easy to make it at home and you don’t need any special equipment just to make ice cream. How do you like that? I love it. It’s so easy to make. Depending on flavor it can take as low…

Mehalabya – A Middle Eastern Dessert

Mehalabya is a Middle Eastern dessert which is basically a milk pudding. It’s an easy straight forward dessert and doesn’t take long to make. You can add flavors to boost the flavor profile as per you like. My recipe is a Rose-flavored Mehalabya. For some texture, I added a rose pistachio praline on top to…

Nasi Goreng – Indonesian Fried Rice Recipe

Nasi Goreng is an Indonesian Rice dish that literally means Fried Rice. This is an essentially simple recipe, perfect for a weeknight dinner. Just because it’s a weekday doesn’t mean you can’t have good food, right? This is a perfect recipe to use leftover rice. That’s mostly common for all fried rice recipes. You can…

A Triple Chocolate Bourbon Cake

What cake do you make when you have to celebrate a birthday on 31st December? Simple, a boozy one. My husband only wants chocolate cake for his birthday, every year. So I try to reinvent the same chocolate cake every year. This year I decided to go for this Chocolate Bourbon cake because I know…

Focaccia – A Super Easy recipe

Focaccia is such a simple bread. My version is no knead, but yes you would need a food processor or a stand mixer. It is proofed overnight and super light and spongy with a super crisp crust on top. It tastes delicious when served hot. So without further-a-do, let’s get to the recipe. INGREDIENTS 2…

Malpua – Homemade easy Malpua

I remember going to sweet shops in Kolkata in evening, just in time for hot servings of fresh made Malpua. The taste is amazing when is have it warm. If there’s a serving of cold rabdi on it, nothing like it. So here’s my recipe of the Malpua. It’s quite easy to make and doesn’t…