Pumpkin Gingerbread Trifle

Pumpkin Gingerbread Trifle

I’m so glad that after crossing 30 I was able to finalize and lock in a lot of things about myself. Throughout my twenties I…

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Sheer Khurma

Sheer Khurma

I know, I know, sheer khurma is associated more with Eid ul Fitr, but there’s usually so much going on at that time in my…

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Ras Malai I

Ras Malai I

Ras malai is right up there with gulab jaman when it comes to desi desserts. The creaminess draws you in from the get go. This…

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Pumpkin Roulade

Pumpkin Roulade

Roulades are one of the most beautiful cakes around. I remember when I first saw a roulade how-to video by Heather Baird over at Sprinkle…

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Gajar ka Halwa

Gajar ka Halwa

Did I tell you that I have a thing for halwas?  Halwa weather is totally approaching. Leaves have started changing colors, and pretty soon we’ll…

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Gulab Jaman II

Gulab Jaman II

You know, it’s all well and good, moving to a new continent, country, city in search of greener pastures. It has been a part of people’s…

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Fruit Chaat

Fruit Chaat

Sometimes, I feel a little hesitant about posting the simple stuff, afraid that everyone will think, “Oh, well, everyone knows how to make┬áthat!” But then…

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Kheer

Kheer

Benefits of parents-in-law visiting #108: I finally learned how to make kheer! Disclaimer: I’m not the biggest kheer fan out there. (More of a firni…

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Plum Jam!

Plum Jam!

Afghanistan. What kinds of images come to our head when we think of this country? I think of a rugged and harsh terrain, war torn…

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Banana Fritters

Banana Fritters

Love these banana fritters! Since we are on an Asian roll, I thought it would be a good time to share this recipe. Chinese banana…

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