Since it’s Pohela Boishakh today, we decided to celebrate the traditional new year day for all the Bengali’s with their all time favourite sweet. Pohela Boishakh is the first day of Bengali Calendar and sandesh is one of the dessert without which this festival would be difficult to imagine. Continue reading Nolen Gurer Sandesh
No festival is complete without Indian desserts because desserts are the highlight of the festive times and this kheer is one of the perks for fasting. Rich in protein and calcium, makhana combines beautifully with full cream milk to make a creamy and delicious kheer. A lacing of saffron lends an aesthetic touch to the Makhane ki Kheer, making this a memorable dessert that lingers on your taste buds. Continue reading Rich Makhane Ki Kheer
Yes, you heard it right! Chicken biryani is the epitome of a one-pot meal made with aromatic basmati rice, tender chicken, spices and the pungent flavor of saffron. This biryani also has that floral scent of a rose. A MUST TRY, because as they say, biryani is not just food, it’s an emotion! Continue reading Chicken Roseyani Biryani
Basundi is a milk based dessert which is popular in the western part of India. It is a sweet thickened milk flavored with cardamom and saffron with the addition of dry fruits but we present you this age old dessert with a sour twist.