HALWA RECIPES




Halwa is a popular Indian sweet that can be served warm or chilled. From fruits to eggs, vegetables to bread, there are several types of halwa depending on the ingredients used. In this post, I am sharing a collection of 7 delicious halwa recipes that you can prepare during festivals, parties and special occasions..


NAMAK PARE





Namak pare is a quick, delicious and easy to make snack that can be served with tea or coffee. We can also make this in advance and store in airtight containers. If you are making for a party or special occasion, you can increase the proportion of ingredients to make more.


SCHOOL PROJECT FARMHOUSE





I made a school project for my 4 year old daughter. Since the topic was Sheep and shepherd, I made a small farmhouse with house, fence, sheep and a shepherd. I used a thermocol, fevicol, foam sheet, colour paper, toothpaste carton box, acrylic paints and ready made sheep and shepherd from a stationary store.

POTATO STIR FRY - VIDEO RECIPE





I often make potato stir fry at home when I am in a hurry and wish to make something fast, without spending much time in the kitchen. I had shared the recipe in one of my earlier posts and today I am sharing a video of how to make potato stir fry in just 20 minutes.

DIY CARDBOARD CUBPOARD




Last week, I made a small cardboard cupboard for my daughter using things that were readily available at home. It can also be called upcycling project, as otherwise, I would have thrown out the cardboard. Now it has turned into a beautiful storage space to keep my daughter’s toys, stationaries, hair bands, accessories, books, etc.

CARROT RECIPES





Carrots are Vitamin rich and are very good for the body. Doctors often recommend us to include carrots in our daily diet. So I try to use carrots and other vegetables while preparing meals everyday. I have shared several carrot recipes in this blog and this post is a collection of all of them in one place. These recipes are easy to make, healthy and delicious.


HOW TO MAKE RIBBON PAKODA





Ribbon pakoda is a crispy snack made by making a dough with Bengal gram flour and rice flour and then deep frying it in oil using a press with rectangular shape. This is an ideal evening snack that goes well with tea. You can also make this ahead and store in air tight containers. For more snack recipes, you can also check out this page.


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