Apple Honey Rosette

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Impress your guests with these beautiful rose shaped dessert made with soft apple slices wrapped in sweet and crisp pastry sheets.Apple roses are easy to make , and have absolutely gorgeous presentation and best of all they taste amazing ! Here is the simple recipe to make these honey drizzled apple roses.

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Janmashtami Prashad – Dhaniya Ki Panjiri

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Janmashtami is the Indian festival celebrated as birth of Lord Krishna. On this day people make jhoola for Bal Gopal and offer prayers and  some keep fast. Various sweets and savories are prepared as Prasad to offer to Lord Krishna. I have sweet memories associated with this festival,  making jhankis and johoola is something we as children have enjoyed where I help my grandmom in arranging decoratives. Variety of sweets were prepared in our house. One of which is this sweet panjiri prepared by my mom.
Lets check out the recipe for Dhaniya panjiri.

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An Afternoon at Borough Market (London, U.K)

Our guest blogger, Afroz Shaikh went along to Borough Market to explore the diversity of fresh food. Afroz is based in Gulf but belong to land of curries yes India. She is one of the few bloggers who cover everything from basics to the complicated. Easy to follow recipes that makes cooking so easy is how I would describe Afroz’s blog World café for U. For exotic recipes do visit her page and I am sure you will be in love with the amazing recipes and don’t forget to check – Ruby poached pistachio crusted pears served with custard my favorite!!

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Kesar Kalakand / Saffron Ricotta Cheese Milk Barfi

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Rakshabandhan is the festival that celebrates brother – sister relationship, close and pure bond. One of the interesting aspects of every Indian festival is the variety of food that is served along with desserts.

This festive season I am sharing the recipe of Kesar kalakand very simple and quick method with just two main ingredients. Try this delicious milky fudge made with paneer and delicately flavored with kesar & topped with your favorite nuts.

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Be My Guest – Share your passion !

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I would like to invite FOOD BLOGGERS following Paarulz Kitchen to be a GUEST POSTER on our website.

Yes! I am inviting you to share your passion about food, your blogging journey and awesome recipes!!

This is a wonderful opportunity to meet more of your FELLOW FOOD BLOGGERS and also get additional exposure for your own FOOD BLOG.

If you are not following Paarulz Kitchen at present, please go ahead. Follow us @ Paarulz Kitchen (Paarulz Kitchen) and then you can also to be a GUEST poster.

As you are well aware of the fact that ours is a food website, so anything focused on it is highly welcome and below are the few guidelines to get started  with-


  • The blog post should be focused only on FOOD like recipes, food stories, your food blogging journey, health and diet, gourmet travelling etc.
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Appo Manchurian / Paniyaram Manchurian

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Fusion of Indo Chinese and South India’s recipe – Appo paniyaram or paniyaram manchurian is another option for kid’s breakfast or your evening snacks.

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Raw Mango and Garlic Chutney

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Before I say goodbye to Mango season here is my take on Raw Mango and Garlic Chutney with dash of spices… Tangy and spicy ingredients give perfect taste to this simple yet lip-smacking chutney. Inspired from one of the awesome blog the secret ingredient. Seeing the pictures in her blog I just can’t stop and wanted to give it a try. To add some spicy flavors added star anise, fennel seeds and cinnamon.

 This tangy and spicy chutney goes well with toast, nachos. I had it with bhakri and loved it !! Try out and let me know how it turned out for you.

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Savory Muffins Using Dosa Batter

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Savory muffins from dosa batter is the simple recipe to whip for lunch boxes or to enjoy as the mid morning snack.

Here I have used @Farmz2Familiez Dosa Batter, and vegetables to make it healthier.

Try this out and let me know how it turned out for you.

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Savory Spinach & Sprout Donuts

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Have you ever tried a savory donut? Try these healthy donuts made with Farmz2Familiez Medu Vada batter. These are healthy filled with spinach and sprouts and seasoned with minced garlic and ginger.

Try these as your breakfast and lunch options and I m sure you will love these savory donuts.

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Desi French toast with Multigrain Dosa Batter

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What if you don’t eat eggs??

Don’t worry; here is my recipe for eggless savory French toast. And to make it healthy I have used Farmz2Familiez Multigrain Dosa Batter and brown bread.

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