Balushahi Recipe We are sharing with you a recipe for Balushahi. It is sometimes extremely simple to make at home. It can be made and stored in the fridge for several months. If you do not want to store it, you can eat it without a fridge for 15 days.
Paneer Butter Masala When we go out to dine, the word paneer is the first thing that comes to mind, and in this circumstance, we unquestionably think of Shahi Paneer, Paneer Butter Masala. We are thus with you all today in hotel fashion. An excellent creamy paneer butter masala dish.
Instant Jalebi Recipe Who doesn't like hot jalebi? But if she makes it with succulent, it's something else. By the way, we prepare the batter for jalebi and keep it for about 10 to 12 hours before making jalebi. But today I have brought the recipe of instant jalebi for all of you that is exactly the same as we make it by using batter.
Dal Makhani Restaurant Style Dal Makhani is a renowned and unique dal in India. This meal has black lentils cooked with a generous amount of butter and cream. It tastes great with naan!
Milk Powder Barfi Everyone enjoys sweets, but when it comes to making them, many people are concerned about the lengthy process. So, today, we'll present a recipe for sweets that takes less time, involves less work, and will please you with its deliciousness.
Mawa Pitha Recipe Today, we're going to give a recipe for Bihar's famed Mawa Pitha, which we generally cook in the winter. It provides us with warmth and vigor throughout the winter.
Dal Pithi Today we'll teach you how to prepare Dal Pithi, which originated in Bihar and is also called Dal Ki Dulhan. It tastes like Gujarat's Dal Dhokli.
Aaloo Ka Halwa Recipe During our fast, we constantly consider what to prepare that will take less time and be good to eat. So, today, we'll show you how to make a tasty and simple aloo halwa. This halwa recipe is a must-try if you're craving something sweet but don't have many ingredients on hand.
Litti Chokha Recipe Today, we'll make Litti Chokha, a popular, highly-rated, and tasty dish from Bihar, in a pressure cooker. However, because setting litti on fire traditionally isn't an option for most people these days, let us make it simple for you instead.