In Ramadan peoples love to eat different dishes of their choice. This includes meat dishes, chicken dishes and many more. But Pakoras change the taste of every person, so in Ramadan in every home and in every place Pakora is supposed to be the best in Ramadan. In countries like India and Pakistan Pakora is the most eaten among all foods or dishes. Pakora can be made from ingredients such as chicken, onion, eggplant, lentils, potato, spinach, or cauliflower. For making a Pakora with these ingredients we also need chickpea flour. One of the most famous Ramadan special dishes is chicken Pakora, which is famous in most of Asian cuisines.
obviously i was going to write about the cake.
the 8-tiered cake is by fiona cairns and is decorated with 17 different floral motifs – all symbolic.
all tiers have a different theme, all of em are brandy flavoured. i would’ve enjoyed this post so much more if there were some chocolate involved.
Mango crisp feasts taste buds with juicy mango and crispy chunks together. This recipe is easy to make at home within minutes.
- 5 cups ripe mangoes
- 1/4 cup softened butter
- 1/2 cup brown sugar Continue reading “Mango Crisp” »
This rich chocolaty cheese cake is easy to make at home without baking and develops an irresistible taste of cheese and chocolate on tongue.
- 150g (5 oz) digestive biscuits
- 45g (1 1/2 oz) butter Continue reading “Chocolate Cheese Cake” »