Mysore Pak is one of the most popular recipes from Karnataka, India. The delicious squares are made using chickpea flour + sugar + ghee or clarified butter. This recipe is not the original version but the softer version of the popular sweet. It’s made using another ingredient which is milk powder or milk solids that’s leftover after making ghee. Try this amazing sweet for its taste and texture.Continue reading “Soft mysore pak”
A spoonful of Kichdi and Gatte-ki-Kadi , it’s an awesome combination for a day’s meal. It’s a comforting everyday food in many North Indian states. It’s similar to the Bisi-bele-bhat of Karnataka and Pongal of Tamil Nadu.
Besan Burfi is one of the easiest of Indian sweets. Indian festivals are loaded with sweets and snacks. One such festival is “Diwali”or “Deepavali”.
Yet another way to enjoy breakfast with some vegetables for the perfect morning kick and wait it’s gluten free too …