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jalebi
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Home Made Jalebi Recipe

Jalebi is a dessert that is made throughout India. A traditional dish that is an important part of many festivals and celebrations. similar to a funnel cake, jalebi consists of a fried batter, that is then soaked in a sugar syrup. In this post will walk you through the process of making jalebi at home. […]

Coffee-caramel-macadamia
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Coffee Caramel and Macadamia Cake

Coffee Caramel and Macadamia Cake – The BEST, most extravagant coffee caramel cake – giving the cake a lovely caramel flavor!  This cake has been one of the most popular cake recipes in our cookbook and for a very good reason! It’s simply delicious. A glossy Coffee caramel ganache and Coffee glace finishes the top […]

BAKED-CUSTARD-TARTS
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Baked Custard Tarts

Baked Custard Tarts – The slightly short-crust pastry makes the perfect crumbly case for rich egg custard. Go on and enjoy with family and friends! Here are some of the equipment you can use: Oven Reusable Non-Stick Kneading Dough Mat Bakery Measuring Mat Baked Custard Tarts Our Top 4 Snacks & Starter Recipes Biscuit Roti […]

coconut-barfi-recipe
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Coconut Barfi Recipe

Coconut Barfi Recipe is a traditional and classic recipe in India that is prepared during festivals and special occasions. When I was a small child, I used to mix sugar with coconut for a quick dessert. That was pure coconut indulgence. Oh, now I miss those days, it was so much fun. So every time […]

chocolate sandwich recipe
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Chocolate Sandwich Recipe

Today we are going to see Chocolate Sandwich Recipe but before that let us see what a great personality said something about chocolate! “Without pain, how could we know joy?’ This is an old argument in the field of thinking about suffering and its stupidity and lack of sophistication could be plumbed for centuries but […]

shahi-tukda
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Shahi Tukda (Royal Piece)

Shahi Tukda – as the name itself suggests, the dish has its connections with the Royals, none other than the Mughals. For those who don’t know, the name, Shahi means ‘royal’ and Tukda means ‘Piece’, so it is also known as Royal Piece. It has its roots in Awadhi Cuisine. Mostly made in the Holy […]