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Chhaya Recipes

Indian Chef Chhaya Thakker, who has a huge following online on WhatsApp and YouTube will be sharing her favorite recipes and cooking tips with readers of The Times Kuwait. For feedback, you can write to editortimeskuwait@gmail.com

Stuffed Spice Balls

Stuffed spice balls, also called Dry Kachori in parts of India, is one of the most popular snacks in the state of Gujarat. Enjoyed...

Recipe: Harabhara Kabab

Kabab is a popular healthy snack, as well as a starter or appetizer in dining menus across the Indian sub-continent and in Middle Eastern...

Recipe: Spinach Basbousa

Basbousa, also known as Revani, Harissah and Namoura in various places, is a traditional Middle Eastern sweet moist cake, usually made with semolina and...

Recipe: Mawa Ni Boi

A popular delicacy among Parsis in India, Mawa Ni Boi is distributed to friends and relatives during their traditional New Year festival of Navroz....

Recipe: MINI BAKLAVA CUPS

Total time:30 minutes Yield:12 to 15 Baklava, a popular dessert in the Middle East and Central Asia is said to have originated in Ottoman Turkey. Made...

Protein-rich winter fudge

A healthy fudge to tickle taste buds in the cold of winter, this recipe calls for the use of the nutritious, protein-packed split black...

Roasted Almond Cookies

Almond cookies are always a huge hit around the holiday season. If you love almonds then these cookies are just the right ones for...

Sugar free nuttydates roll

An easy-to-make and healthy sweet that you can enjoy guilt free. Indian- style date rolls make a tasty after-school snack that kids will enjoy,...

Rice-Rawa Chakri/Murukku

A deep-fried snack that is popular in the Indian state of Gujarat, rice-rawa chakri is a favorite during festive seasons. You can serve it...

Recipe: Besan Ladoo

Festivals are incomplete without sweets and in India festivals are incomplete without ladoos. Ladoo, an Indian sweet can be made using various ingredients and...

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