Til Gul Poli

'Til Gul Poli' or 'Gul poli' is mostly prepared during ‘Makar Sankranti’ which is one of the few ancient Indian festivals that has been observed according to solar cycles, while most festivals are set by the lunar cycle of lunisolar. Being a festival that celebrates the solar cycle, it always falls on the same date … Continue reading Til Gul Poli

Bhogichi Bhaji (Mix Vegetable)

‘Bhogi’ is the first day of the four-day Pongal festival and Makar Sankranti which is usually celebrated on 13th January. Different states in India celebrates this festival with different names. In Maharashtra & Gujarat, it is celebrated as Sankranti or Uttarayan, in south India it is Pongal, in Bengal it is Poush Sankranti whereas in … Continue reading Bhogichi Bhaji (Mix Vegetable)

TAMBA Restaurant (Abu Dhabi)

'TAMBA' an exotic Indian inspired restaurant who serves cuisine with an contemporary twist. After seeing so many positive reviews I finally decided to visit ‘Tamba’ restaurant for a special occasion. They are well known for their unique and creative style of serving common Indian dishes without indulging the flavors. Tamba is located at WTC mall, … Continue reading TAMBA Restaurant (Abu Dhabi)

Kesar Sheera / Suji ka Halwa

'Sheera' is one of our traditional food which is served as sweet breakfast or as a dessert after meal which is also known as 'Suji ka Halwa' in hindi. Sheera is a kind of pudding made from fine semolina, sugar, ghee and added saffron for more richness. For making it more delight nuts are added. … Continue reading Kesar Sheera / Suji ka Halwa

Moong Sprout Bhel/Chaat

'Sprouted Moong Bhel' a Healthy twist for chaat bhel. This recipe is easy and simple to prepare yet delicious and healthy. sprout chaat is made from freshly homemade moong sprouts combined with chaat spices, crunchy veggie & added tangy flavor. This dish can be served as an evening snack or as a ‘Salad’ by not adding … Continue reading Moong Sprout Bhel/Chaat

Kulcha King (Dubai)

'KULCHA KING' a causal dining, serving Indian/North Indian cuisines in UAE. we are not frequent visitors of 'Kulcha King' but it's a good place for Kulcha's if you are bored of having same sabji, roti, & dal. Last weekend we were in Dubai which tempted us to visit kulcha king for relishing some nice Stuffed … Continue reading Kulcha King (Dubai)

Gulab Jamun (Indian Dessert)

'Gulab Jamun' a classic Indian sweet. It is a dessert often made or eaten during festivals, birthdays or on special occasions. There are various types of 'Gulab Jamun' and every variety has a distinct taste and appearance. The name Gulab Jamun is derived from ‘Gulab’ means rose and ‘Jamun’ means berry which is said to be … Continue reading Gulab Jamun (Indian Dessert)

Sugar Factory Restaurant (Abu Dhabi)

Finally! we had an opportunity to visit ‘Sugar Factory’ restaurant to try their famous and classic desserts. On a weekend my husband and son were carving for a dessert but this time they were more keen to try something new and haven’t had it before. “Sugar Factory” restaurant was the place which immediately clicked into … Continue reading Sugar Factory Restaurant (Abu Dhabi)

Kande Pohe / Kanda Poha

‘Kande Pohe’ is a Marathi word, this is an authentic, traditional breakfast or evening snack made in Maharashtra state. Being an Maharashtrian it is prepared at our home frequently. ‘Kande Pohe’ is also popular as ‘Kanda Poha’ in Hindi. This is one of my personal favorite dish. It is simple and quick to make once … Continue reading Kande Pohe / Kanda Poha

Banana & Oats Smoothie

'Banana and oats smoothie' a perfect, healthy and filling breakfast for busy mornings. A tasty, creamy and wholesome smoothie. It is a simple recipe and all ingredients are easily available at home. Best thing about this smoothie is there is no artificial sweetener added. Bananas are a rich source of carbs, which occur mainly as … Continue reading Banana & Oats Smoothie