Instant Pot Singhare Halwa – Vrat Chestnut Flour Halwa

This easy Instant Pot Singhare Halwa – Vrat Chestnut Flour Halwa can be made using your pressure cooker in just a few minutes. It has a nutty flavor, is delicious and perfectly sweet. One of the simplest recipes, Singhare halwa is amazingly flavorful and delicious. I like to call it comfort in a bowl! My mom always makes this during Navratri when she fasts. I always looked forward to eating a bowl of this halwa as a child. What is …

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Instant Pot Sabudana Kheer – Vrat Kheer – Sago Pudding

Instant Pot Sabudana Kheer – Vrat Kheer – Sago Pudding is the epitome of comfort food. This simple dessert is a ever-present dish in Indian cuisine, served from dessert to offerings during prayer ceremonies. It is typically consumed during Navratri fasts. It is made with just 4 ingredients (Sago, sugar, milk, and water) is rich, creamy, and utterly appetizing! Nuts and ground cardamom are optional but highly recommended. In case you hadn’t noticed, I have a major soft spot for …

Instant Pot Spicy Potatoes – Easy Vrat Ke Aloo

I love potatoes. They’re so versatile and can be served as a side dish, or eaten with plain yogurt if you are fasting. Instant Pot Spicy Potatoes – Easy Vrat Ke Aloo are so easy to make. And guess what they require only 5 ingredients! They make a great gluten free as well as vegan party appetizers or side dish! One tablespoon of Kashmiri chili powder gives a medium kick, a vibrant color, as well as adds a great deal …

Instant Pot Gobi Aloo – Indian Potato and Cauliflower

This Instant Pot Gobi Aloo – Indian Potato and Cauliflower is a simple and delicious side dish. It has almost everything you would expect from a side dish. And of course, it’s also a nutrient-rich cruciferous veggie, full of fiber and nutrients. Up until a few years ago, I admittedly wasn’t a fan of cauliflower. I found cauliflower to be too boring and bland.   How to cut cauliflower for Instant Pot Gobi Aloo – Indian Potato and Cauliflower? When …

Instant Pot Lauki Halwa – Bottle Gourd – Dudhi Halwa

This Instant Pot Instant Pot Lauki Halwa – Bottle Gourd – Dudhi Halwa is a fast and an uncomplicated dessert that cooks in just minutes utilizing your electric pressure cooker. I love that it’s naturally gluten-free. What Ingredients Are In Instant Pot Lauki Halwa – Bottle Gourd – Dudhi Halwa? Lauki, milk {whole}, Khoa, sugar (white), slivered almonds, ghee (clarified butter), ground cardamom, golden raisins, rose extract. How to Make Instant Pot Lauki Halwa – Bottle Gourd – Dudhi Halwa? …

Instant Pot Arbi Masala – Arvi – Taro Root

In the ranking of all the ways to fix arbi, perfectly cooked Instant Pot Arbi Masala – Arvi – Taro Root will incessantly sit at the top of my list. You can’t help but risk burning your fingertips and tongue to pop a few into your mouth as soon as it is cooked. What is Taro Root – Arbi? Taro root also known as Arbi or arvi in India is a starchy root vegetable that grows underground. It outer skin …

Instant Pot Lauki Curry – Bottle Gourd – Doodhi Sabzi

This Instant Pot Lauki Curry – Bottle Gourd – Doodhi Sabzi is simple, appetizing, and incredibly flavorful. How do I chop bottle gourd for this This Instant Pot Lauki Curry – Bottle Gourd – Doodhi Sabzi? Firstly, rinse the bottle gourd well. Use a vegetable peeler to peel the bottle gourd’s green skin. Further, cut it into two halves vertically. Use a paring knife remove some of the seeds if there are too many. Furthermore chop them bottle gourd into …

Instant Pot Cornish Hen – Indian Chicken Curry

With this uncomplicated recipe, you’ll wonder why it took you so long to make Cornish hen curry. If you like Indian food, Instant Pot Cornish Hen – Indian Chicken Curry might be that kind of holy grail for you. Let me just tell you, this Instant Pot Cornish Hen – Indian Chicken Curry is the best chicken I’ve ever had. It tastes like the chicken I grew up eating back in India. And guess what, it doesn’t use onions and …

Instant Pot Sabudana Khichdi – Sago Khichdi

This Instant Pot Sabudana Khichdi – Sago Khichdi is a quick and simple recipe that can be ready in under 20 minutes! In essence, the key to this recipe is that the sabudana needs to be soaked for 4 hours. Sabudana khichdi is timeless and typically consumed during religious fasts (Shivratri, Navratri) in the Indian culture. It is a common street food in Maharashtra. Did you grow up enjoying Sabudana Khichdi? My mom made it often on weekends for breakfast, …