Chocolate Walnut Brownies

Hi everyone ! A big hello from The Soul Curry to all its readers. And sorry to keep you waiting for a long time . But now I am  back, and 2017 is going to be yet another year filled with yummy, easy and lipsmacking recipes . So stay tuned and keep cooking. I was […]

Rava Besan Laddo

One of the most popular sweets in India is the delicious Laddo . Laddo is the term given to a sweet that’s round in shape . It can be made with various ingredients , adding loads of ghee and dry fruits to it. This particular Rava besan laddo is a Maharashtrian recipe , made almost for every festival . These laddos are a favourite with the kids. Specially if the kids are Chchota Bheem fans , the laddos are even more in demand. It is one of the easy and healthy , bite-size snack for the kids to have ….

Chocolate and Dry Fruit Fudge

Chocolate . Dry fruit . Fudge . Do I even need to say anything more? Its an awesome , chocolaty , gooey , nutty treat , that’s loved by all . This Rakshabandhan , treat your siblings with this awesome dessert ! Tomorrow is the festival of Rakhi , the festival that celebrates the bond between a brother and a sister. Everyone seems to be busy sending Rakhi and gifts to their brothers and sisters. This festival wasn’t a big deal when we were young , when all of us used to stay with our parents. It was just a…

Puran Poli – The Simplest recipe ever !

A sinfully addictive recipe , once again from the traditional Maharashtrian kitchen – The Puran Poli ! A sweet preparation , with chana dal , every maharashtrian craves for. Sharing the simplest ever recipe for the same ! Puran Poli is my favourite sweet , of course , it has to be. So much so that it becomes an entire meal for me . Be it lunch , dinner or even breakfast. And I am so glad that my kids love it too. Pair it up with loads of ghee , mango pickle and Marathi Kadhi….. and I am set!…

Chawal ki Kheer – Indian Rice Pudding

Chawal ki kheer is an Indian Dessert preparation made with Rice cooked in milk .This is a mildly sweet dish , flavored with green cardamom . It is a very common preparation made in all Indian households , with slight variations ,of course. An easy to prepare one-pot dessert , that is a must try for everyone. We Indians love our festivals , and we do know how to celebrate each and every one differently , but in style. Once again , its that time of the year. The festivities are just about to begin. A lot of sweets and…

Snow Balls – Coconut Khoa Fudge

Snow Balls or Coconut Khoya fudge , is an easy Indian sweet , which involves absolutely no cooking! These Snow Balls are so soft and filled with the richness of Khoa , I bet it’s going to be , love at first bite for you. A recipe so easy , even kids can make it ! This recipe is very special for me , as this was one of the first things I made during my school days . As you know , we were never allowed in the kitchen when we were young , our job was only to…

Buckwheat Flour Halwa

Buckwheat flour aka kuttu ka atta , is a staple on the fasting menu . This buckwheat flour halwa , is an Indian sweet , made using the buckwheat flour and jaggery. This easy, rustic Indian sweet is a must try for everyone ! I belong to a Brahmin family , and yes we fast a lot ( I being the only exception) . But, when we do fast , we fast in style. Who said you can’t have a filling meal during a fast? You just need to tweek the menu a bit 😉 , and we are masters…

Jaggery Dalia Dessert

An awesome Indian dessert , made with Dalia / Broken Wheat and jaggery! Just 3 ingredients and you have an awesome Indian Sweet , great to go with any meal or even a stand alone dish!

Narali Bhaat – Sweet Coconut Rice

A traditional rice preparation with coconut and sugar or jaggery . Narali Bhaat is a mildly sweet delicacy with subtle flavors of cloves and cardamom. Traditionally prepared during Narali pornima , it is an awesome Indian sweet for any occasion. Narali Bhaat used to be made at my mom’s place, but as kids I was more into spicy rice preparations rather than the sweet ones ( actually I still am!). So this preparation was never on my crave list. But yesterday hubby dearest, asked me casually , do you know how to make Narali Bhaat? I had a faint idea…