Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jamun is one of India’s most popular sweet. These deep-fried dumplings/donuts made of dried milk [khoya] are dipped in a rose-cardamom flavored sugar syrup and make quite a treat.

In India, you would find gulab jamun at every wedding, party, birthday and festivals. In short if you arrange any Indian party and plan to keep only one dessert, chances are it will be gulab jamun!

With the festive season about to begin, I had to share my favorite melt-in-mouth gulab jamun recipe with you guys.

I know people often assume it to be a difficult dessert but trust me,...

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Vegetarian Indian Cooking with Your Instant Pot: Pre-Order & Giveaway!

    Vegetarian Indian Cooking with Your Instant Pot releases on 9th October and is now available for pre-order.  

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    Wow I can’t believe it’s almost time for all of you to see my cookbook. This has been a roller-coaster...

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    Vegetable Hakka Noodles

    Street style Vegetable Hakka Noodles make a great weeknight meal!

    These are great on their own or serve along with chili paneer or gobi manchurian for an Indo-Chinese dinner!

    My perception of Chinese food was very different when I was a kid. Almost similar to the perception of Indian food in the western world, quite far from reality. You get the drift, right? Anything with soy sauce and vinegar added to it would be considered Chinese, I guess that’s the long and short of it.

    In India, Chinese food meant noodles, paneer manchurian, sweet corn soup, chili potatoes! It also meant...

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