Afghani roht(sweet bread)

This recipe is so special! It’s a friend’s family recipes, and you all know how much I cherish family recipes. I love exploring cuisines, and recently realized I don’t know much about Afghani food. I mean, we’re in the same region so our food draws lots of similarities, but I wanted to get to the bottom of it, Evolving Traditions style, and get some authentic, true Afghani recipes…

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gur wale chaawal

Zarda was something that came into our home from a neighbor’s house. In our home, gur wale chaawal are king, and whenever a batch of fresh gur came from the village, we knew what it meant. I shamefully admit I haven’t made them as often as I’d like to, but whenever I do, I’m a child again, sitting on the couch with my family, watching my dad dollop some homemade yogurt onto a pile or gur wale chaawal while I pick out the kishmish and coconut slices in my plate.
It’s a beautiful thing isn’t it? Food. It not only nourishes you, but it holds such strong memories that can instantly teleport you to the past…

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Chocolate Eton mess

You know those dump everything together without really measuring too much, but they still end up tasting bomb desserts? This is one of them, if the THE ONE. Chocolate Eton Mess is my take on the classic Eton Mess, a quintessential English dessert consisting of whipped cream, berries and crushed meringue. There’s nothing wrong with that, right? But add some chocolate flair and out have yourself a winner!

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Peach Cobbler

… Shortcuts are my best friends, as long as they don’t compromise on flavor. This peach cobbler is said shortcut recipe that doesn’t compromise on flavor…

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Toasted Coconut Bread Pudding

…The subtle crunch of toasted coconut covers the top with a creme brûlée like crust, to reveal a custard soaked brioche so creamy you’ll enjoy every last bite…

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