After school snack, Festival Recipes, Food, Quick N Easy, Recipes

Festive Special Foxtail Millets Laddu | Thinai Laddu

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Don’t we all love laddus? Earlier in October, I posted Rava Laddu and now it’s time for Millet laddu. I prepared this laddu using the foxtail millet popularly known as Thinai in Tamil and Kangni in Hindi. It is the second-most widely planted species of millet. (The first one is pearl millet or Kambu/Bajra). It

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Party & Potluck Special – Bombay Biryani | Vegetarian Version

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The holiday season is in the air. Holiday seasons always calls for potlucks and parties which of course means yummy food. Today I am going to share the vegetarian version of one of the signature recipes from India – Biryani specifically Bombay Biryani which is a perfect party pleaser. The history of biryani root backs

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Eggless Carrot Oatmeal Cookies

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Holiday season always calls for baking. Last month, I posted simple 1 minute microwave eggless cookie. This time I am going to post a traditional conventional oven baked cookies. Gingerbread cookies and christmas are inseparable. Like many other Christmas traditions, the origin of this classic christmas cookie lies ages ago. These  Christmas cookies are heavily

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Qubani ka Meetha | Khubani Ka Meetha

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Diwali the festival of lights is right around the corner and this time it’s just before the Halloween. We have been posting Diwali books and our craft this time was around Diwali too. I already posted Rava ladoo but wanted to post one more sweet delicacy that goes with both Diwali and Halloween. I love

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After school snack, Festival Recipes, Food, Recipes

Festive Season Special | Choco Rava Laddu

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The month of october is full of festivals this time. Navratri is already here and then Diwali and then of course Halloween. The holiday season mood is in the air. To celebrate this holiday season, we are presenting a simple yet yummylicious sweet recipe – the choco rava laddu.  Rava laddu is one among the traditional

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Sweet And Sour Mango Curry | Onam Sadya Special Mambazha Puliserry

Mambazha puliserry is one among the popular puliserry recipes from God’s own country, Kerala. It’s is a sweet and sour and mild curry prepared with ripe mangoes cooked in yogurt coconut gravy. Traditionally this recipe calls for the nattu manga or small ripe mangoes. All we need to do is peel and skin and use

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Microwave Mawa Mango Mothak For Ganesh Chaturthi

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Ganapatha Bappa Morya!!! 🙂 Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all. Did you check our september month box? We have super fun books and activities and of course there are bonus activities too. Check out what we have in store for you next month. But before that, here is our easy peasy, kids friendly – Microwave Mawa Mango Mothak

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Tiranga Popsicle | Independence Day Special

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We are going to celebrate our 70th Independence day this Monday. Here is a special, kids friendly recipe to celebrate the occasion – Tiranga Popsicle or Tri Color popsicle. Let the kids learn about our Flag and the color significance via this recipe. So before getting into the recipe, let me share some interesting facts

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Festival Recipes, Quick N Easy, Recipes, Sneaking Vegetables

A Quick Avial With Just Two Vegetables!

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Avial is a popular dish from Kerala and Tamil Nadu and it is one of the must have dishes on the Onam Sadya/feast. It is a rich and creamy recipe loaded with coconut and coconut oil and loads of vegetables. Sounds complicated? Nahhh!!! It is one of the easiest recipe to prepare, even on a weekday. I swear! It’s just a three step

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Easter Special – Eggless Eggs With Apricot Fillings!

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This child friendly recipe of Easter Eggs is prepared with unsweetened coconut and white chocolate chips and sweetened a bit more with sweet condensed milk and apricot jam. How about hiding these eggs, instead of plastic ones this Easter? In our family, we love white chocolate, so I thought of combining coconut and white chocolate

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Thandai, The Awesome Way To Cool This Holi!

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      Holi is here and this is one of the popular recipes that are prepared during Holi – Thandai. This sweet masala drink is prepared with milk, nuts and flavorful items like fennel seeds, khus khus, white pepper, and saffron and a dash of rose syrup.  The main step involved in this recipe is the boiling of

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Refresh Yourself This Holi With Jal Jeera With A Twist!

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Last month, when we visited one of our friends, they gave us this amazing and refreshing beverage, but didn’t tell what it was. I had never tasted that before.  I guessed it had some Indian spices, but couldn’t guess what exactly it was. And then my friend revealed that it was sprite with JalJeera masala.  Holi is always

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Til-Gud Poli – A Sankranti special

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Pongal/Sankranti is almost here to kickstart the Indian festival season. And like we all know, for every festival in India there is a festive food, to go along with the celebrations. Being born and brought up in Mumbai and then living in Pune my taste buds have developed a liking to many Maharashtrian dishes. Til-Gud laddoos are as

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Eggless Caramel Pudding Recipe

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Adi tested Lactose-intolerant at day 45 of his life. Lots of Soya milk and curd eventually helped him tolerate “milk.” Now it is one of the most frequent item on his menu – be it either “Paal chadam” (milk and rice with a touch of sugar) or “Paal Roti” (milk and roti with a touch

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Its been a long time since I contributed to IMC and a lot has changed, and am so glad to see how far IMC has come 🙂 Proud proud! This Diwali, like always, there was debate on what to make at home, what to buy, low-calorie/ diet sweets/ healthy snack etc. Finally I decided to go ahead

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