The term literary translate to rosho (syrupy) golla (round dumpling/balls)! Soft spongy cheeseballs soaked in syrup, Rasgulla/Roshogollais a famous Eastern India dessert. It needs just 5 ingredients (milk, sugar, vinegar/lemon juice, water, cardamoms for flavor). While the recipe of Roshogolla sounds very easy, it’s definitely one of the trickiest Indian dessert to perfect. I have explained everything in detail along with a VIDEO with all the key tips.
Mishti Doi, literary translated to “sweetened yogurt”, is one of the most popular Bengali desserts that can be found in every sweet shop in Kolkata. Big or Small! All it needs is three ingredients and a little bit of time.
Bread Roll Malai is a quick and easy Indian dessert with sandwich bread and whole milk, that looks fancy enough to wow your guests with very minimal effort. This sweet indulgence is creamy, rich and melts in your mouth. Takes roughly 30 minutes from start to finish.
This Chia Pudding is made with homemade Badam Doodh (Almond flavored dairy milk). It has the flavor of almond, cardamoms and saffron. It’s amazing just on it own but then we like to top it with some fruits and granola to make it a filling breakfast. A rich and a luscious way to start the day!
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #RealMilkMoment #LoveWhatsReal #CollectiveBias Love What's Real Badam Doodh literary translates to Almond Milk! But this version of almond milk is different than that non-dairy versions you'll see in the grocery store, and a famous Indian drink is prepared by slow simmering dairy milk with almond paste, cardamoms and saffron. It’s creamy luscious that can be enjoyed warm during winter months and cold during summer days.
Creamy mango with aromatic cardamom is a foolproof flavor pairing combination. When you add sweet dairy to this combination, it becomes an absolute indulgence! This Mango Cardamom No-Churn Ice Cream made three kids and four adults very happy on the Memorial Day weekend barbecue party. The best thing about this ice cream is that it is very simple to make. You don’t need an ice cream machine and still get the luscious smooth texture.
This is one of those utterly simple hearty stews with tidbits from fridge cleaning day. Even though I like to keep my refrigerator as ordered as possible, I still land up in situations where it calls for immediate action. Things like finding half a head of cauliflower at the back of the shelf or few completely forgotten about half-filled cans of beans. Fridge cleaning day can be scary at times and at other times, it can be rewarding. It was the latter for me this time as I wasn’t too late. So, I used the leftovers to make this spiced…
Indian kitchen is unfinished without the touch of turmeric powder. Holud/Haldi is just not spice for us; it’s auspicious, holy and medicinal. There is an entire ceremony of the big Indian wedding on its name - Holud Chaan/Haldi. This powerful spice is used in several ways to relieve ailments in a much better way than any prescribed medicine. Also, on a regular basis, Haldi Doodh (Turmeric Milk) is used to cure that nasty common cold.