It's a recipe my mom makes to this day, and while her methods may have changed, this recipe carries the quintessential flavors of my childhood. Just enough salt, the right amount of spices and a whole lotta ginger, my mom's classic cooking style.
Mango Pudding Trifle
I wanted to create a dessert for Eid that delivered on all accounts, and this is it! The mango pudding is the perfect balance of tart and sweet. Layers of unsweetened whipped cream and biscuits softened to a cake like texture complete the perfect bite. The contrast in layers is so beautiful that this mango pudding trifle will be the centerpiece of your table, Eid or no Eid. The best part is that the ingredient list is simple and quick...
While you'll hear me raving about papri chaat day in day out, it's slightly less famous cousin, Dahi Phulki, or dahi phulkiyan, are what I grew up eating. It's a cross between Dahi Bhallay and Papri Chaat and to be honest it's my favorite. In our house it was served on many occasions. With chai as a snack, but also with biryani or Yakhni Pulao. It's like raita but with some oomph from the besan (chickpea flour) ki phulkiyaan. The process is simple but the flavors are amazing...