So here are the winners of #Bloggersanta link-up challenge by @wigglingpen & @gleefulblogger With their happy festive posts they kept the spirits high!! @varshabagadia@thoughtsbygeet@Mayuri6 Amazon vouchers on the way soon.🏆Congratulations Winners 🏆 pic.twitter.com/iRyQVLwOAH — Dipika Singh (@gleefulblogger) January 5, 2018 He sees you when you’re sleepin’ He knows when you’re a wake He knows if… Read More ‘Tis the season to be jolly…it’s Christmas time!
As someone born and brought up in Bombay, now Mumbai, Ganesh Chaturthi wins hands down as my favourite festival. This 10 day festival starts on the fourth day of Hindu lunar-solar calendar month Bhadrapad, which typically falls in the months of August or September. I eagerly await the annual arrival of the chubby, elephant-headed Lord Ganpati,… Read More Ganpati Bappa Morya!
Adhirasam Adhirasam is a traditional sweet from the Tamil Nadu region of India. This deep fried delicacy is usually made on Diwali, weddings and auspicious days in homes and in Temples and offered to the Gods as prasadam. Looks are certainly deceptive when it comes to an Adhirasam, as this stodgy looking soft Puri may… Read More A is for…AtoZChallenge
(Whole wheat Flour Pudding) Ingredients: 1 Katori Whole Wheat Flour ( Gehun ka aata) ½ Katori Ghee ½ to 3/4th Katori Sugar (or as per taste) 1 and ½ Katori Hot water Pistachio slivers for garnishing (Any sized Katori/cup/glass/vessel would do, just use the same one to measure all the ingredients) Method: Heat Ghee… Read More Aatte Ka Halwa
May you indulge and not gain an ounce May Goddess Laxmi shower you with Euros and Pounds May you look like a Pataka on Diwali night May all that you desire be in plain sight Wishing you abundance, health, and the attainment of dreams All right, now step aside for here I scream; “HAPPY DIWALI… Read More Happy Diwali!
This Payasam is a traditional and favourite dessert of Kerala. It became my favourite too, from the first time I had it as part of an Onam Sadya (the traditional feast served on Onam) This Kheer is made using Moong dal, Milk and Jaggery with accents of Cardamom. It is extremely easy and quick to… Read More Pasi Paruppu Payasam (Moong Dal Kheer)
Ingredients: 1/4th + 2 Tbsp Milk 1/2 Cup Powdered Sugar 1 Cup Cashewnut Powder (Grind plain, unsalted, raw cashewnuts to a fine powder in a mixie) 1/2 Tsp Ghee Method: In a heavy bottomed Kadhai add the sugar and milk. Mix well, till the sugar melts completely, and bring to a boil, stirring all the while.… Read More Kaju Modak