Flavour Indulgence

Exotic Flavours Handcrafted For Indulgence

Sheera

Sheera aka Rava Kesari aka Sooji Halwa is a widely prepared sweet dish all through the states of India during various festivals. The name may differ from state to state. But method of preparation is almost the same (minute variations may be seen).  Sooji or semolina is manufactured from wheat. Sheera is generally prepared by roasting semolina and then adding sugar and dry fruits of your choice. You may choose […]

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Cheesy Soya Cutlet – with Video

Cheesy Soya Cutlet is a delicious snack that can be savoured at any time of the day. It’s a perfect companion for a hot steaming cup of tea. Cheese and soya being healthy options also brings more points to the dish.  Do check out the video for the entire process. The recipe is also mentioned below.  Ingredients: Soya granules – 1 cup Mashed boiled potato – 1 Chopped onions – […]

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Homemade Protein Powder – with Video

Fat, protein and carbohydrate are considered as the macro nutrients of our body. Protein is used in our body for building and repairing tissues. Also it’s an important building block for muscles, bones, skin etc. Proper protein intake is necessary in order to save the muscle mass of body. Here I am sharing the method of preparing protein powder at home. This powder can be had with smoothies of your […]

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Honey Joys

Honey joys are kid friendly, one of the most liked snack item all over the world. It does not require any fancy ingredient or cooking skill. It can be prepared within 15 minutes.. no fuss.  The original recipe calls for addition of powdered sugar along with honey. But I did not add any. Instead I added some chopped almonds and some mixed nuts. Please read on for the ingredients and […]

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Manda Pitha – Guest Post

Manda pitha is a steamed dumpling with sweet stuffing which is prepared in all over Odisha (a state in India) during almost all sorts of festival. This is very ancient and traditional recipe which has been passed on from older generations to the current ones. This recipe of traditional Manda pitha has been contributed by my respected and sweet Sis-in-law Sushree Mishra (Mama Nani). She is very good at whatever […]

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Aloo Puri

Puri or Poori is deep fried Indian bread which is prepared from unleavened wheat flour dough. It’s popular as a breakfast and is generally served with any choicest curry (bhaji). This Puri is very much versatile and can be prepared by adding any ingredient of your choice to the dough. Aloo (potato) Puri is prepared by adding mashed boiled potato to the regular dough along with some spices.  Read on […]

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Cheesy Paneer Bhurji

Paneer bhurji (mashed cottage cheese curry) is an instant no fuss item which requires minimum effort. Not much of spices are required for this.  I have prepared this with a little twist by adding grated cheese. I used mozzarella cheese. However any cheese of your choice can be used here.  Paneer bhurji tastes delicious when served hot. Read on further to know the  recipe. Ingredients: Paneer – 200 gms Shredded […]

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Country Chicken Curry

Country chicken is said to be tastier than broiler. (Difference between country chicken and broiler chicken) This recipe is by my sweet li’l sis Nibedita. Thanks dear.  Let us check out how this country chicken is cooked in Odisha. Ingredients Used: Country chicken – 800 grams Bay Leaves (Teja patra) – 2 Cardamom (Dalchini) – 2,3 small sticks Green cardamom (Choti Elaichi) – 1 Black cardamom (Moti Elaichi) – 1 […]

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Mava Coconut Barfi

Mava (Khova) is condensed milk solid which is easily available in any Indian sweet shop or supermarket. It is mostly used in preparing different kinds of sweets and desert items.  Here I have prepared coconut barfi with mava. Read on for the recipe.   Ingredients: Mava – 150 grams Desiccated coconut – 50 grams Sugar – 2 tbsp (can be adjusted to taste) Cardamon powder – 1 tsp Ghee – […]

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Khajur Puran Poli (Sweet Flatbread with Date)

Puran poli or sweet flatbread is a famous calorie loaded dish across different states of India, which is relished during various festivals. It has different names in different states like “puran poli” in Maharashtra, “vedmi” in Gujarat, “bobbatlu” in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana etc. Originally the recipe calls for a flatbread prepared from all-purpose flour and stuffed with mixture of cooked yellow gram (chana daal), jaggery and cardamom powder. And […]

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