A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. Chinese Proverb Truly as the Chinese proverb suggests, our journey this year began with a single step to three new ventures. It has been pretty busy at home as well as at work as usual. However, these three ventures have… More New ventures at Isingcakes; GitaDini Review
This is a quick dessert prepared when short of ideas. Peanuts in the pantry play a quick respite to churn out the most delectable, fluffiest and crumbly sweet. This recipe is inspired from Kamalabai Ogale’s Ruchira.
It has been more than two months since the blog has been updated. I feel there are more posts in the archive which were supposed to be posted couple of years back and still have never seen the light of the day!! So there will be couple of posts being published in the next 24 hours… More Sweet potatoes gulab jamun
I am publishing many of my posts which have ben in my archives for ages. This one holds a special place in my heart…it was a challenge set by Late Kamalabai Ogale’s daughter Ushatai,when I had a chat with her in the month of April. I promised I will work towards it and come back… More Ghewar topped with Shrikhand
When I checked for Bataase in the Asian stores….They were available packed in plastic containers. However on checking carefully, I noticed that more than half of Batase were crumbled in the container!! I dropped the idea of buying them. Instead decided to make them at home. Here they are slightly thin, but were good enough… More Bataase: Sugar drops
Winters demand a one pot meal, piping hot and filling. This is the time when the days are shorter and by the time I reach home, it is pitch dark. All I can think of is quick meal and an early bed time in the warm duvet. Ukad shengule is one of our favourite one… More Taakatle Ukad shengule(fresh pasta)
It has been quite sometime since I published a post on the blog. Yes, work has been hectic as usual with a busy first term getting used to the new team and of course the students. It is almost 8 years now since I am in this experiance. Everyone wakes up in the morning to get ready for their… More Tilgul, traditional sugar beads..challenging yet rewarding
This month the Creative Cookie exchange have planned cookies with pumpkin. I am hoping to be read with the post well in advance to avoid disappointment and not to miss the dead line I am glad I am actually ready with the bake, photos and now am here typing the recipe.
Ganeshotsav has begun last week with lot of pomp and galore. Our family has been busy making sure Bappa spends a good time with us all. He is our favourite God. Mainly because he loves food and we do as well. I have been making different types of modak for prasaad. It is tricky at times… More Layered bar cookies for Bappa
Forgot all about these ladus I prepared last week. Minimal resources of naachni/raagi/finger millet, ghee, jaggery, flattened rice, nuts and cardamom packed into these spheres. These will be a part of our breakfast for a couple of weeks. During my stay in India, I made naachni ladus. These will help my frail parents cope with… More Naachni(Finger millet) Ladu