Mango Parfait

Cooks in: 15 Minutes Serves: 3 People

Parfait is a dessert which originated from France. Their version differs from American version which is quite simple. It is made by layering some granola, nuts, yogurt and fruits. The options are endless. I used ragi muesli for this recipe and the outcome was a fantastic filling breakfast. I prepared a day before and refrigerated it for 24 hours and the layers remained intact. Try this mouth watering easy recipe for your breakfast.

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Goan Pinagr | Pinaac

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Pinagr or Pinaac is a traditional Goan sweet rice flour balls with coconut and jaggery. Its a popular tea time snack for the Goan people. Traditionally, pinagr is made with roasted rice flour, Goan palm jaggery, coconut and a dash of cardamom. Replacing rice with millets was simple and the outcome was too good. Try this traditional recipe with a millet twist.

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Mango Pudding

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 4 People

"Pudding" can refer generically to the sweet, final course of a meal, what Americans know as "dessert." In the United States, puddings are nearly always sweet desserts of milk or fruit juice variously flavoured and thickened with cornstarch, arrowroot, flour, tapioca, rice, bread, or eggs. This simple recipe which I am sharing is made using jowar flour and I have used the seasonal fruit mango to bring out the mango flavour. Try this recipe before the mangoes goes off the shelves.

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Goan Mandos | Coconut and Jaggery Steamed Cake

Cooks in: 40 Minutes Serves: 6 People

Goan cuisine consists of regional foods popular in Goa, an Indian state located along India's west coast on the shore of the Arabian Sea. They use lot of coconut in their cuisine and palm jaggery is widely used in sweet preparations. I will be sharing a couple of Goan dishes using millets. This sweet is very simple to make and tastes so good. Try this cake as a tea time snack.

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