Flavour Indulgence

Exotic Flavours Handcrafted For Indulgence

Kadha For Cold and Cough

Kadha is a home remedy for relief from cold and cough. This medicinal drink has lots of flavoures infused in it. There is no right or wrong method of preparation or quantity of ingredients for this. It varies from one household to another. This recipe is used from generations in our family. One thing I can assure that it definitely is effective in relieving from cold and flu up to […]

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Sabudana Sevaiya Kheer

Sabudana aka Sagoo (Tapioca pearls) are used for preparing different types of dishes in different parts of India. It’s mostly used during any vrat or festival. It can be used in sweet or savory dishes. Here is a sweet dish that I had prepared recently when my in-laws were around. They liked it a lot. Please read on further for the recipe.  Ingredients: Sabudana – 1/2 cup Roasted sevaiya or […]

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Eggless Choco Cookies

So, here is another baking adventure from my kitchen. This time I thoroughly enjoyed baking it and the cookies turned out to be awesome. Crispy from outside and chewy inside. My little one loved it. What more can I ask for 🙂 .  Without wasting much time, here is the recipe. Ingredients: Melted unsalted butter (at room temperature) – 1 cup All purpose flour – 2 1/2 cups Brown sugar […]

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Banana Cake (No Egg)

So, it’s my five year old who constantly nags me to bake something or the other. It’s not that she loves having those items, but she loves helping me around in baking things. Even I love her company in my work. The whisker being her favorite tool, she absolutely loves mixing the cake batter. However making her eat even one morsel is like a project for me. So here is […]

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Onion Bhurji

Here is another dish that complements Pakhala really well. Onion bhurji is prepared with very few ingredients and is really simple to prepare. Not much hassle is involved in preparing this.   Please read on for the recipe. Ingredients: Onion – 1 big Besan or Chikpea flour – 1/2 cup Turmeric powder – 1 tsp Peanuts – around 20 grams Curry leaves – 1 sprig Asafoetida – a pinch Panch phoran – […]

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Potala Checha (Charred Pointed Gourd)

Potala or Parwal or Pointed Gourd is a very versatile vegetable. It’s widely used vegetable in the eastern parts of India. Potala Bhaja, Potala Rasa, Potala-Aloo Jhola etc. are few dishes to name. So, here I am with one of such simple yet delicious dish Potala Checha which is quite famous in Odisha. This goes really well with our beloved Odia dish Pakhala during summer. Here is how I prepare […]

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Methi Saag

Fenugreek leaves or Methi is having lot of medicinal benefits. It helps in improving liver function, regulating blood cholesterol etc to name a few. It also helps in curing digestive problems. Here is a recipe of a side dish using Methi leaves as main ingredient. Methi leaves are bitter in taste. So, if it’s combined with few other ingredients carefully, the bitterness fades and gives a subtle taste to the […]

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Besan Ka Halwa (Chikpea Flour Pudding)

Besan (Gram flour or Chikpea flour) ka Halwa is a commonly prepared sweet dish in most Indian families during different pujas or festivals. There may be little variation in recipe or ingredients in different households. Here is my version of the Besan ka Halwa using milk though I sometimes prepare it without milk. Read on further for my recipe. Ingredients: Besan – 80 grams Ghee – 2 tbsp Milk – […]

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Dry Fruits Laddu

It’s been really long I wrote a post here. I so missed it. But I was so held up in some other activities that I would not have any energy left at the end of the day to sit in front of the screen and write. Finally I could make up some time for myself and here I am. This time I am here with a healthy and delicious laddu […]

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Aloo Paratha – Guest Post

I really do feel blessed and honored when some talented friends and family offer to write through my blog. So, here is another blog from my sweet cousin Rimun who generously offered to write for my page. She is here with the recipe of all time appetizing famous Indian Aloo Paratha. Here is how she explains in her own words… Parathas… Well, these need no introduction. We Indians go crazy […]

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