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Basundi using Coconut Sugar

Homemade Basundi/Rich sweetened with Coconut sugar , flavoured with cardamom and nutmeg and garnished with dryfruits. INGREDIENTS: Organic Milk 2 cups Coconut Sugar 1 cup Cardamom powder 1-2 tsp Nutmeg a pinch Sliced almonds for garnishing  INSTRUCTION: 1.Boil organic milk for a good 45 minutes to make it thick and collect the cream . 2. Add coconut sugar, cardomom powder and nutmeg powder  3.Garnish with sliced almonds..Tastes delicious when chilled.

Eggless Strawberry Scones

Hi,    A scone is basically a baked good made with wheat flour/flour blend similar to biscuit.I made these strawberry scones for the first time and I couldnt resist myself from sharing the recipe which are too delicious to relish. I used a gluten free baking flour blend to make this recipe .You can use wholewheat flour as well .As they are leavened with baking powder,  they are quick to make.These scones are moist and soft inside, crumbly on the edges, with a buttery and flaky texture. These scones are eggless, refined sugarfree, all purpose flour free,and can be easily made vegan by substituting butter and yogurt with vegan alternatives. They are perfect for breakfast as they are  filling and healthy.My daughter loved these at the first sight and gobbled them happily. So lets dig in the recipe... Makes 8 scones INGREDIENTS: Gluten free baking flour blend/Whole wheat flour 2 cups Coconut sugar/sucanat /turbinado sugar 1/3 cup Baking Powde

Eggless Almond flour Brownies

Hello folks,     Brownies are one such desserts which are liked by everyone irrespective of age.My daughter loves eating them but I just want to make sure she eats the most healthier version of any baked good. Ofcourse every Mom wants right?? So I came up with these Almond flour Brownie recipe which along with being fudgy, gooey,and perfectly chocolatey, are also grain free, eggless, all purpose flour free, refined sugar free ,and so healthy. I baked these  for an Instagram collab which was all about baking something healthy.These turned out super delicious!!. I made these brownies with blanched almond flour which is easily available in stores.I have used yogurt instead of eggs.I also added one secret i1ngredient which is boiled sweet potato as a natural sweetener along with Coconut sugar both of which are  much healthier alternatives to refined sugar.You can also use jaggery or any other natural sweetener. This can be easily made vegan by replacing yogurt with

Farfalle pasta with Asparagus and mushroom in Marinara sauce( made from scratch)

Hi, Pasta is one of the Italian delicacy loved all around the world. This is a pure comfort food.I love pasta not the packaged one but handmade from scratch. It looks hard to make it from scratch but actually It is very easy once you start making it.With very less ingredients you can make many types of pastas of various shapes ,even without any pasta maker or authentic pasta making equipments. I will be sharing how to make Farfalle / bowtie/ butterfly pasta without any machine/ equipment using just a rolling pin and a fork.Isnt it interesting?? This Italian inspired recipe features bow tie shaped pasta smothered with Marinara sauce along with asparagus, onion and mushroom. You can alternate with any veggies you have in hand. Lets dig in the recipe INGREDIENTS: For the pasta dough Semolina Flour 1 1/2 cup Water as required to knead a stiff dough Salt Italian Herbs 1 tsp (optional) For the Sauce Butter 1 tbsp Garlic cloves 2 Tomato 1 Mushrooms 5 to 8 Parmesan chee

Baked Khasta Kachori with nut based filling

Hi     Khasta Kachori is one of the most famous Indian snacks popular all over the world.It is nothing but a Crispy Pastry with a mung dal/spiced nuts filling usually deep fried and served with green cilantro chutney.It is a mouthwatering appetizer,also enjoyed for breakfast in North India. I wanted to make a baked version of this and hence tried this for a collab on Instagram.It turned out really tasty and delicious. The main highlights of this yummy recipe are 1.These kachoris are baked in a conventional oven.They can also be deep fried. 2.I have added sourdough to the Kachori dough instead of baking powder to make it more healthier.If the weather is too cold you can start making it two days prior to the day of making kachori.Or You can use baking powder.I will share both the methods. 3.I have made a spiced nut based filling with almonds, pistachios and cashews along with some besan and spices.(please make moongdal filling if allergic to nuts.) 4.I