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Spiced Poached Pear Chocolate Cake | Playful Cookinglink to Spiced Poached Pear Chocolate Cake

Spiced Poached Pear Chocolate Cake

Hope you all had a fantastic Thanksgiving! We had a blast yesterday at my cousin’s place. We went there in the afternoon and left pretty late at night. Those hours just flew by so quickly. We were either munching or drinking or dancing or laughing or doing all of that at the same time. I baked this fudge Spiced Poached Pear Chocolate Cake as my tiny contribution to the enormous feast. It was a fun party and a good break from all the workload of packing that we are busy with right now. Yeah, we are moving again. Not too…

Rasmalai | Playful Cookinglink to Rasmalai (Juicy Cheese Dumplings In Flavored Cream)

Rasmalai (Juicy Cheese Dumplings In Flavored Cream)

Ras meaning juice and Malai meaning cream, are juicy and spongy fresh cottage cheese dumplings in creamy cardamom and saffron milk. Rasmalai is one of those famous Indian desserts that always brightens the festive mood. This festive season, I made this dessert twice. That’s how much we love this dessert. Diwali, the festival of light, is right around the corner and this year, I decided to do a virtual potluck with some of my favorite food bloggers. There is an array of treats from savory to sweet. If only I could transform this potluck from virtual to real!

Gulab Jamun with Sweet Potatoes | Playful Cookinglink to Gulab Jamuns With Sweet Potatoes

Gulab Jamuns With Sweet Potatoes

This is the time of the year when every state in India celebrates customs, rituals and culinary delights. New clothes, traditional colorful attire, gathering with friends and families along with lots of food outline this festive season. This year, after a long time, I am celebrating it with my parents. I don’t even remember when was the last time I spent Durga Puja with them. It’s a 5-day celebration for which we Bengalis wait for all year long. My Mom has been cooking all my favorite dishes and needless to say, I am gaining more pounds. Yesterday she made these…