Khandvi is a popular snack amongst Gujaratis, especially the kids! Nobody can hide their love for this delicious savoury. It is commonly eaten as an appetizer or as a snack food. In other parts of India, this popular dish is also known as Suralichi vadi or Patuli.

Being a gujarati , I am a big fan of  gujarati recipes. 😀 Continue reading “Khandvi”


Cheese Corn Balls

Just the mention of corn and cheese makes this starter worth a try, because this duo is a great hit with people of all age groups. Allow the peppy, cheesy corn mixture to cool well, otherwise you will not be able to shape it. Once that step is through, then the Corn Cheese Balls are easy to prepare. You will love the crisp, golden coloured appearance of this starter, which comes out so perfectly thanks to the coating of bread crumbs. It is so visually appealing and scrumptious to bite into that this item will be wiped off in no time  tough competition for the other starters you serve ! Continue reading “Cheese Corn Balls”

Mamra Na Laddu | Murmura Laddu | Puffed Rice Balls

I love Laddu :)A traditional treat that has withstood the test of time, Mamra Na Laddu, with its wonderful crunch and puffy texture is loved across generations!
Light yet satiating, this tasty laddus is also easy to prepare, with minimal ingredients.

Continue reading “Mamra Na Laddu | Murmura Laddu | Puffed Rice Balls”

Gujarati Patra | Alu Vadi | Steamed Colacasia Leaves Pinwheels

This dish is little hard to make, however believe me will make you go crazy after eating it. Ras paatra is a traditional Gujarati recipe and being a Gujarati girl  i love it and i have learned it from my Grandmaa. You can make Ras Paatra with many variations in it. But this recipe emerged from Kathiyavad in Gujarat and I am sure people who stays away from Kathiyavad will definately like this recipe. I hope you enjoy making this delicacy as much as I have enjoyed sharing this family favourite. 🙂

Patra is sure to take your taste buds on a roller coaster ride! It is sweet, spicy and salty—all at the same time. Here, nutritious and tasty colocasia leaves are stuffed with a spicy mixture.

Continue reading “Gujarati Patra | Alu Vadi | Steamed Colacasia Leaves Pinwheels”

Candied Rainbow Popcorn Balls

Follow these easy step by step instructions to make delicious Rainbow Popcorn Balls!  They are fun to make for birthday parties, sleepovers, camping trips and dessert! 

Continue reading “Candied Rainbow Popcorn Balls”

No Bake Strawberry Jelly Hearts Cheesecake

This is a No bake strawberry jelly hearts cheesecake and it is just perfect for Christmas. The strawberry jelly hearts are so pretty to look at with the heart-shaped strawberries, off-white cheese and red jelly. Continue reading “No Bake Strawberry Jelly Hearts Cheesecake”

Kids Chocolate Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Sometimes the rarest of ingredients combine ideally together! Cheese and chocolate are such a duo, which you are sure to applaud after trying this Grilled Chocolate Cheese Sandwich. Here, the hazelnut-laced chocolate flavour of Nutella spread and the slightly salty and sour flavour of cheese promise you some magical moments. Continue reading “Kids Chocolate Grilled Cheese Sandwich”

Baby Coconut Barfi

Baby Coconut Barfi  is a classic & traditional recipe of an Indian sweet that is prepared during festivals & special occasions like Diwali. It is a simple yet tasty sweet which can be made easily at home.

Continue reading “Baby Coconut Barfi”

Malai – Ladoo

Laddu or laddoo are ball-shaped sweets popular in the India. There are variety of laddu Boondi laddu , Besan laddu, coconut laddu , motichur laddu , mawa laddu etc. Today we will learn to make one of my favourite laddu i.e. ” Malai laddu” Its most popular among the kids. Laddu is often prepared for festivals or family events such as weddings and births, or given as a prashad at Hindu temples specially at ” Siddhi Vinayak temple ” Its favourite prashad of Lord Ganesha. I love Laddu & I am extremely happy posting this receipe on “Ganesh Chaturti” . Continue reading “Malai – Ladoo”



Basundi is a Indian Dessert mostly favourite in Gujarat , Maharastra and Karnataka .It is a sweetened  milk made by boiling milk on low heat until the milk is reduced by half. In North India, a similar dish goes by the name “Rabri” Allmost everyone loves it . Continue reading “Basundi”