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Handi Paneer gravy !

Handi paneer ,A north Indian style one pot soft paneer curry recipe packed with spices and earthy flavor. Pair it with hot steamed jeera rice or any Indian bread.               Handi Paneer gravy, a succulent delicacy which is famous all over the world..Handi Paneer gravy is one dish which makes its accompaniments tastier. With the overflow of flavors,Handi Paneer gravy has always been everyone's favorite. 

Milk Braid Rolls !

Milk braid rolls are soft, chewy and light. These serve as a perfect bread for your sandwich. Using the quality ingredients makes them better than store bought. The amount of milk and butter used in them might sound a lot but trust me this is what makes them stand out to regular breads and the braids look so attractive that kids just hog on to them without a second thought. You can pair them up with soup and salad for a light dinner, or can be served for snacks in evening with dips.

Kara Boondi , A spicy trail mix!

Boondi, a droplet sized crispy deep fried Rajasthani snack made using Gram flour/Besan as it's main ingredient can be tricky and finicky but by following certain key points Boondi making becomes a pleasure.
                A little goes a long way !
Adding few spices and fried nuts to the regular boondi makes it a perfect tea time munching, a good to go accompaniment/condiment for whole meals like Sambhar and curd rice.

Shahi Kesar Phirni ,A Royal touch !

Phirni is a typical North Indian dessert made during majority of the occasions that includes Karwa chauth, Diwali and so on. Phirni is regularly made using Rice and Milk but adding Khoya and saffron makes it Shahi taking this to yet another level.

Besan Chekki / Besan Burfi ! The simplest way out.

Vijayadashami known as Dasata, Dusshera or Dussehra is a major Hindu festival celebrated at the end of Navratri every year.
Vijayadashami is observed for different reasons and celebrated differently in various parts of India.
In the eastern and north eastern of India , Vijayadashami marks the end if Durga puja, remembering Maa Duga's victory over the Buffalo demon to help restore Dharma.
In the northern,southern and western states, the festival is synonymously called Dussehra (also spelled Dasara, Dashahara). In these regions, it marks the end of "Ram Leela" and remembers God Rama's victory over the demon Ravana, or alternatively it marks a reverence for one of the aspects of goddess Devi such as Durga or Saraswati.
Not knowing the significance of it, My childhood passed away thinking Dussehra (for that matter any festival) is meant for enjoying goodies and gorging on to Besan chekki :p .
Making Besan Chekki has kind become a tradition at my maternal home,that has been fo…