We are celebrating Nine years of Homestyle cooking at My Foodcourt! I have always been fascinated by the variety of the regional delicacies cooked in Indian homes. When I started blogging, we had a few events like the RCI that showcased regional cooking and which also introduced me to the different delicacies cooked in Indian homes. Instead of hosting an event, I thought of inviting my blogger friends from all over India and the world to share their classic, homestyle recipes….
Sheera– is a traditional Maharashtrian sweet, usually served as ‘Prasad’ for Satyanarayan puja. Sheera also is an all time favourite breakfast for many Maharashtrians.
If you have unexpected guests and have not time to cook up any other sweet, Sheera is a very good way of showing them you care! 🙂 And Sheera never lets you down… it always turns out good….
The month of Shravan (5th month of the Hindu calendar) is one of the most auspicious months here in India. It also brings along number of festivals, Rakhi Purnima being one of them.
The festival of Rakshabandhan (as it is called in the Northern parts of…