Shawerma Pickles

Hey food lover now enjoy home made pickles without preservatives.



Very easy recipe, includes

  • Cucumbers     2 Julienne cut
  • Carrots            2 Julienne cut
  • Red onions    1 slices (optional)
  • fresh jalapenos few (optional)

In a jar add

  • white vinegar 1/2 cup,
  • water 1/2 cup ,
  •  sugar 1/2  t.sp and
  • salt 1/4 t.sp .

Add vegetables and leave for 30 minutes then enjoy.

Refrigerate it after use.


Red Velvet Cupcakes



Butter                                125 grams (soft at room temperature)

Sugar                                 1 ¼ C

Egg                                   2

Flour                                 2 ½ C

Cocoa powder                 2 tb.sp

Butter milk                      1 C

Baking soda                     1 t.sp

Red food color                 3+ tb.sp

Vanilla extract                 few drops

Salt                                      Pinch

Butter milk = In 1 cup warm milk add 1 1/2 t.sp vinegar, rest it for 15 minutes.


Beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy.

Add egg one by with constant beating.

Add butter milk, food color and vanilla extract.

Sieve flour, coco powder and soda.

Slowly add dry mixture to liquid mixture whisk until smooth.

Pour mixture into greased pan.

Bake for 10- 15 mins at 180 degree until skewer inserted comes out clean.

Use whippy whip whipping cream for frosting.


Note : Same recipe for red velvet cake

Chickie or laai

Well ladies I want to share a recipe of chickie or laai… Different cultures have different names … Let us know what u call it.
Peanuts 1 c
Sugar. 1c
Melt the sugar on low flame and then add peanuts or any dry fruits coat it well.
Place the material on a foil and spread it with the help of flat spoon .
Let it dry for 15 mins and serve
Well the recipe is easy and simple but make with lots of tricks and precautions
1. Use low flame during the whole procedure otherwise you will burn the sugar
2. Handle it softy, if you will get a splash of it on ur skin , the spot will never go
3. Use flat spoon
4. Use almuniun foil or butter paper
5. If sugar gets dry on your pan , pore some water and left it overnight.
Ask me anything regarding this recipe

Gajrala (carrot rice pudding)

Yesterday I cook gajrala

Rice 1/2 c (soaked and roughly crushed by hands)
Carrots 1 Pao that’s 250 to 300 grms
Milk 1 1/2 liter
Sugar 1/2 c (u can also use condensed milk)
Elaichi. 3-4 crushed

Bring milk to boil
Add soaked rice
When milk and rice boils
Add shredded carrots and elaichi
Keep stirring
When milk gets thicken and rice gets tender
Add sugar or condensed milk
Keep stirring constantly
Turn the flame off when material gets thicken
Serve hot and cold

Check sugar
Cook on medium flame
Constantly stir
Garnish it with dry fruits
When it cool down it will automatically thicken so don’t thick it too much on flame

Dark-Chocolate brownie


  • All purpose flour (Maida)        2c
  • Coco powder         1c
  • Oil                      1c
  • Milk                   1c
  • Caster sugar    1c or 1 ½ c
  • Egg                     2
  • Baking powder     1 t.sp
  • Baking Soda         1 t.sp
  • Walnuts coated in all purpose flour as required


  • Beat egg then add sugar with milk and oil.
  • Mix maida, coco powder, baking powder and baking soda. Sieve (channa) all the dry batter 3 times.
  • Now combine both the mixtures together and mix well. Make sure no lumps.
  • No put the whole batter by folding method into the greasy pan.
  • Bake for 45 minutes for 180 degree
  • First check, will me after 20 to 25 min
  • When the brownie is done cut the slices and pour chocolate sauce.

Home made chocolate sauce

  • Milk                    ½ c
  • Coco powder    2- 4 tb.sp
  • Sugar                  as per taste
  • Butter                2 tb.sp
  • Chocolate essence     2 drops

Add all the ingredients as per the consistency

  • Use double boiler to bring it boil or you can use micro wave.
  • Boil on very low flame until thick consistency occurs
  • Cool it down before use.

Chocolate Ganache


250g dark chocolate callets/buttons or chopped
1/2 cup cream

In a food processor blitz the chocolate until it resembles breadcrumbs.

In a small saucepan, heat the cream until it just starts to boil around the edges. With the motor running on the processor add the cream slowly and blitz until all combined.

Pour into a small bowl and sit at room temperature, stirring from time to time, until it cools and thickens