Double ka Meetha is a special dessert from Hyderabad basically of Moghul origin. The bread slices and fried in ghee and then soaked in sugar syrup and milk flavored with cardomom and saffron. The ingredients and preparation closely resemble Shahi Tukra. However Shahi Tukra is a much more richer version and also the shape of the bread slices are retained as such.
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Sunday, June 16, 2013
I was searching for a microwave version of Paneer butter masala and came across this recipe with no onions.Initially I was very skeptical in trying out this recipe without onions.In my opinion paneer side dishes will not taste good without onion.However this recipes proved my myth to be wrong.It was equally as delicious as the Restaurant Style Paneer butter masala posted previously
Recipe source: Edible Garden
Sunday, June 2, 2013
Kuzhipaniyaram is basically of Chettinad origin often served as breakfast. My aunt learnt this from one her friends and she is an expert in making sweet and savory paniyarams.
This version of recipe is using the left over idli batter and is called in Tamil as 'Pulicgamacu Panirayam'. I make this often as an evening snack for week end to finish off the leftover idli batter