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chefkalyankumarj On Dec 15, 2018, 5:35 am
Type: Egg
Classic English Trifle Christmas Dessert Recipe

Classic English Trifle Christmas Dessert Recipe

Trifle dessert is a traditional dessert from England and is considered as one of the Top 10 must have dishes for Christmas. This delectable three layered sweet dish is cherished around the Christmas holidays season since ages. To put it simple, trifle is made of sponge cake, jam & fruits and whipped cream. There are variations that use custard. Also, there are alcoholic and non-alcoholic versions, where in alcoholic version, the sponge cake is soaked in Sherry, Madeira or some other kind of liqueur. The earliest recording of Trifle could be found 1585 English cookery book by Thomas Dawson, called The Good Huswifes Jewell. This English dessert is now very famous in North America and prepared as a traditional dessert for Than...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 157.62 Cal Protein 1.20 g
Lipid 9.93 g Carbohydrate 16.67 g
Fiber 0.60 g Sugar 12.80 g

suraj2007 On Dec 5, 2018, 7:41 am
Type: Egg

Christmas Fruit Cake Recipe

Fruit Cake also known as Plum Cake or Christmas Cake is the quintessential Christmas delicacy that has a rich tradition and many stories about it. The modern day Plum Cake is known around the world as a British tradition at this time of the year. However, this is a legacy from Roman times. The Romans often served a cake called Satura that is made using pine nuts, barley mash, pomegranate seeds, raisins and honeyed wine. Thus, the good old globally famous Christmas Cake or Plum Cake could be declared as an invention of the Romans. There are also several fun facts associated with this legendary cake: - In the early 18th century, fruit cake, then known as plum cake, was outlawed in Europe for being sinfully rich. - It was the custom i...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 243.06 Cal Protein 3.73 g
Lipid 9.59 g Carbohydrate 41.55 g
Fiber 5.40 g Sugar 28.64 g

passtimechef On Oct 14, 2018, 5:40 pm
Type: Vegetables
Matar Kachori

Matar Kachori

INTRODUCING THE MATAR KACHORI Kachori is a spicy snack, originating from the Indian subcontinent, and common in places with Indian diaspora and other South Asian diaspora, such as Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, and Suriname. Alternative names for the snack include kachauri, kachodi katchuri and fried dumpling. Kachoris were popular in old Delhi and Kota, Rajasthan, even before samosas gained popularity after the partition of India. Banarasidas, the author of biographical Ardhakathanaka, has mentioned buying Kachoris in Agra in 1613. Kachori is supposed to have originated in Uttar Pradesh or Rajasthan. In these states it is usually a round flattened ball made of fine flour filled with a stuffing of baked mixture of yellow moong dal or...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 1,532.98 Cal Protein 11.32 g
Lipid 154.22 g Carbohydrate 32.22 g
Fiber 11.49 g Sugar 11.04 g

hazie On Oct 14, 2018, 4:10 pm
Type: Others
Fafda

Fafda

INTRODUCING THE FAFDA Fafda is a popular Gujarati snack. In many festivals, fafda is the most preferred snack. Fafda is rectangular in shape and yellowish complexion. It is eaten with a chutney and salty fried-green chilli. Fafda got famous by a festival named Dusherra. Traditionally, Fafda and Jalebi is the most sought-after sweet and salty combination in Gujarati cuisine. The two snacks are popular as breakfast items among Gujarati people. To create Fafda, besan (Bengal gram flour), oil, carom seeds (ajwain), papad khar, salt to taste. Amalgamate all the ingredients in a bowl and create a mixture, make a dough of the mixture using enough water and Make small rolls of the dough and roll in a cylindrical shape, and after flattenin...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 1,861.30 Cal Protein 47.24 g
Lipid 133.66 g Carbohydrate 129.60 g
Fiber 42.27 g Sugar 0.01 g

deepkris On Oct 14, 2018, 12:01 pm
Type: Others
Khuskhus Kheer

Khuskhus Kheer

INTRODUCING THE KHUS KHUS KHEER Khus Khus is an authentic Indian name for the ingredient Poppy Seeds. The regions that belong to the Northern regions of India refer to poppy seeds as khus khus. However, the states down south of Indian refer to poppy seeds as ghasghase. The khus khus kheer is a very indulging and decadent dessert. Being originated in the states of Bengal, this dish is very simple to prepare. The khus khus kheer is a pudding that is made from poppy seeds, sugar, milk and rice. The addition of cardamom powder and saffron adds an amazing flavour profile to the overall dish. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE KHUS KHUS KHEER WITH NAVRATRI Navratri is a set of 9 continuous days that have auspicious, religious and spiritual signif...

Nutrition Info Per Serving
Energy 385.81 Cal Protein 9.80 g
Lipid 15.53 g Carbohydrate 52.96 g
Fiber 3.32 g Sugar 15.50 g

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