This is a traditional Indian sweet that is usually made for Diwali and Eid. The recipe below is my Mother-in-law's recipe. She made this for us on her visit to Canada and showed us how to make it. She normally makes this out of blanched almonds (1 cup). We tried the same recipe using almond powder, for conveneince, and it turned out great. But I can definitely tell that the taste in the recipe using blanched almonds was enhanced. So if you have the time make this recipe using blanched almonds. After the almonds have been blanched make sure to grind it so that it forms coarse crumbs.
This is my go to chocolate chip cookie recipe. It's super simple to make and tastes delicious. Chewy and gooey! The recipe was taken from http://... and I made slight changes to make it to my liking. I always make these cookies ahead of time and freeze them for whenever needed. They freeze well and still tastes chewy when needed.
This is a side that was common in our household when I was growing up. I loved deviled chicken whenever my Mom made it for us. We used to eat it with white rice or with fried rice. The fries/wedges adds an extra touch. After all who can resist big pieces of crispy fries soaked in spicy curry?!
My Mom used to make this when I was a teenager. My Dad and I, still love this dish to this day. This recipe was made with store bought puff pastry so it's perfect for anyone who wants to only spend about 15-20 mins in front of the stove. The filling is creamy and rich and delicious with flaky puff pastry.