Eye opener…Alarming…Speechless!! See how some greedy Food/Pharma companies worldwide are transforming “FOOD INTO ADDICTION” for more Profit, making us UNHEALTHY-FAT-OBESE-DIABETIC!! Beware of misleading SUGAR,SALT,OIL & FAT composition in food..better eat your own home cooked food than outside meals/snacks.
Pumpkins are visible everywhere in the market , also due to Halloween . Then why not learn (watch total 12 recipes/videos) to make delicious Pumpkin Indian / Thai Curry , Soup, Dal, Sweet Dish (Halwa)!! Here are some nice & simple homemade Pumpkin Curry/Soup Recipes that you can serve to your friends, relatives and guests!
Pumpkin & sweet Potato Curry (Via CookingwithKarma)
Pumpkin Masala Curry (by VEhchef)
Dani’s homemade Sri-lankan style Pumpkin Curry
Pumpkin Curry (By Healthymeals123
Pumpkin Curry (Kerala Style) – Via Mallika Viswanathan
Pumkin Dal (Lentil) – By Rithika/IndiaFoodnetwork
Green Pumkin Curry (By Sandra Rupan)
Thai Pumkin & Coconut Curry (Via FreeYogaVideos)
Spicy Pumkin Soup (Via CookingWithkarma)
Pumkin Apple Halwa (Sweets) Via Veh Chef
- In Hindi/English Text – Pumpkin Curry (Via Sanjeev Kapoor )
- Pumpkin Halwa (Sweet) in Hindi – Via Food FoodIndia
Image credit: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pumpkins
Sources: Youtube, Wikipedia, google search, and all hyperlinks in the post.
Each festival has its unique sweet dish in India. Modak (pyramid shaped stuffed with dry fruits) is a simple & delicious Indian Sweet to be made during Ganesh Festival (Chaturthi). It is considered as favourite food of lord Ganesha , so offered (total 21 Modaks every prayer) daily for 10 days long festival as Prasad (Blessed food) to each devotee after prayers.
However, you can cook Modak as per your appetite! There are basically two types of recipes for Modak, one by frying and other bit difficult one by steam (called as ‘Ukdiche Modak’ in local Marathi language).
1. Fried Modak Recipe (Via Rajshri)
2. Ukdiche (Steamed) Modak Recipe (Via Rajshri)
My other Relevant Post:
Image credit: “en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modak”
Sources: Youtube, Rajshri videos, Wikipedia, Google search, and other mentioned link in the post.
Time require: 40- 50 minutes
- Cow’s Milk
- Lemon Juice (to add into milk and make it – Paneer/Cottage Cheese/ Chena )
- Arrowroot powder Or “All-purpose powder” ( for thickening of balls/Rasgullas)
- Rose Essence or Cardamom powder (for taste/flavour)
Recipes for Rasgulla: Follow whichever you find suitable
Also see my other post for Instant & Ready To Eat Indian Food/Sweets, available brands, links to their website to order online. If these instant food brands offer Rasgulla or Rasmalai Recipes; see if they deliver at your country/place.
See my previous post HERE .
Instant Indian Ready-To-Cook Brands that may offer Rasagulla and Rssmalai Foods are:
Clips : How to Make Rasgulla and Rasmalai
Note: Use “Subtitles” Button at bottom right side of the clip to see translation in your preferred language
Sponge Rasgulla Recipe from Nishaji (nishamadhulika.com)
Rasgulla Recipe from Nishaji
RajBhog Recipe from Nishaji (Which is similar to Rasgulla making)
Rasgulla Recipe from another user (English description)
Rasmalai ( means syrup-milk) Recipes
RASMALAI recipes from two ladies (showmethecurry.com)
Rasmalai from Nishaji
Visit more Indian Food Recipe YouTube Channels:
- Channel 1 (English description with other language subtitles)
- Channel 2 (English description with other language subtitles)
- Channel 3 (Hindi description with other language subtitles)
- Channel 4 (English description with other language subtitles)
- Channel 5 (English description with other language subtitles)
Sources: Google Search, YouTube, Wikipedia and other hyperlinks mentioned in the post
If you like to eat Indian Cuisine but dont know the recipe or don’t know incredients or just don’t want to spend time on cooking then here are Instant/Ready-to-eat/Ready-to-Cook Foods for you!
There are many companies which provide vast range of Ready-to-Cook and Ready-to-Eat products which are
Easy to Use – Preparation time has reduced to 10 mins!
Easy to Cook – Just put it boiling water or microwave.
Ready literally Instantly.
Easily Available in India and Overseas
And gives taste of homemade-restaurant quality food… 🙂
Out of the several brands, I have used GITS and MTR which are well known brands in India and are famous for their Ready-to-Eat and Ready-to-Cook dishes which include both Sweet and Savory. They offer all types of food – breakfast, lunch and dinner.
1) GITS was established in 1963 and has been very popular for its instant sweet mixes. As a kid, I remember homemade Gulab Jamun (indian sweet dish) meant Gits! These days they also offer ready-to-eat food which are extremely liked. They have a wide network all over the world and have partnered with many stores such as Tesco, Walmart, Carrefour to name a few. For more details on their range of products, visit comapny website
Watch clips of GITS ready-to-cook dishes here – Medu Vada, Rava Dosa, Upma, Uttapam, Rasam, Sambar, Pakora/Pakoda, Dahi Vada, Basundi, Kulfi, Jilebi, Rasmalai, Kheer, Kalakand. Also they have a range of ready-to-eat vegetable curries, daal (lentlis) and rice/Pulao/Biryani.
Some of GITS’s popular products are::
Ready-to-cook Rice Dosa
Ready-to-cook Onion Bhajiya
Ready to cook Gulab Jamun
2) MTR was established in 1924 and in past 85 years, they have been offering many products such as ready-to-eat curries and rice, ready-to-eat cook gravies, frozen food, instant mixes and spices. They have presence all over the world. For more details on their range of products, visit their website.
Watch clips of MTR recommended ready-to-cook dishes here – Dosa , Upma , Vada, Manchurian, Pakoda, Jalebi, Gulab Jamun, Gajar Halwa. Also they have a range of ready-to-eat vegetable curries, daal (lentlis) and rice/Pulao/Biryani.
Some of MTR’s popular products are:
3) ACTChawa Products – Instant Puran Poli Mix (Maharashtra Sweet Nan/Roti)
Many Instant ACTCCHAWA products here @ official Youtube Playlist and @ actchawa.com