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Chocolate dipped strawberries

Dry Fruits Ladoo

Toddlers are fuzzy eaters, if not all of them at least most of them are ! Making sure they get the right nutrients in their daily diet is for sure a challenging task for every other mom. Dry fruits and nuts are healthy and it definitely helps in building a stronger immune system. Few kids are fond of these nuts like cashews, almonds, pistachios while other kids are not. Dry fruit ladoo is one such recipe which is made up of nuts and dates and kids like it too. In my recipe, i have not added the nuts as such or even by chopping them, instead i made a coarse powder out of the nuts and used while making the ladoo. You can even spread it and cut them into desired shapes like burfi rather than having ladoo. Do try out this easy yet nutritious recipe as it contains no sugar and share your feedback. Happy Cooking !😃😃😃 Ingredients: 250 gms of pitted dates 6 cashews 6 almonds 6 pistachios 6 walnuts 1 cardamon (optional) 2 tbsp ghee Steps: Take the pitted dates into a mix

Malai Paneer

If you are looking for a creamy paneer side dish for roti/naan/chapati then this recipe is the best option. It just needs about 10-15 minutes overall to prepare and tada ! I had made fresh cream using the malai from boiled milk for the past 4-5 days and kept it in fridge. I also prepared a batch of fresh paneer so i thought i will give it a try today. Here is the detailed recipe with step wise pictures. Do try it out and share your thoughts - Happy Cooking 😃😃😃 Ingredients: 1 tsp garam masala powder 1 bay leaf 200 gms cubed paneer 1/2 cup fresh cream 1 cup milk 1/2 cup of chopped coriander leaves 2 medium sized onions 1 green chilli 1 tsp chopped ginger 4 garlic pods 2 tsp cooking oil 1 tsp crushed kasoori methi leaves (dried fenugreek leaves) Salt to taste 1/2 water or as required Steps: In a mixer jar, add roughly chopped onions, green chilli, ginger garlic. Blend to a smooth paste by adding little water. Heat a wok or a non-stick pan and add oil. Whe

Pineapple Rasam

Pineapple is my most favorite fruit and one of the many reasons why i like this fruit is there could be a variety of recipes you can make using this fruit both sweet and savory recipes. To name a few pineapple kesari, pineapple kulfi, pineapple rasam, pineapple pachadi, pineapple fried rice, pineapple upside down cake and the list goes on. In today's recipe, i'm going to share the steps of making pineapple rasam. The taste is just so divine! yes it is! not only while relishing but also after drinking this soup/rasam the flavour sticks to your tongue and it just amazes me. To experience this all by yourself my recommendation is not to have any hot beverage like coffee or tea right after having this rasam/soup as these beverages override the pineapple flavors from your taste buds. Do try this recipe and share your experience. Happy Cooking 😃😃😃! Ingredients: 2 rings of pineapple 1 medium sized tomato 1 tsp black pepper corns 1 tsp cumin seeds 4-5 garlic clov