First Guest Post for Suma of Cakes and More...4:59 AM
Yes so finally I got this opportunity of doing my very first guest post.and the best part is, it is for one of my most favourite blog, Cakes and More. Suma, the lady behind the blog has immense patience and you can see that if you read her posts. everything is so well explained that even a novice can gather some confidence and bake her recipes.
She has an amazing spread of cake, cookies and bread recipes. It was her who directed me to the right brand of yeast to live my dream of baking bread at home. I am a passionate baker myself and still now I often go back to her recipes for tips and tricks.
It was her who inspired me to make a post on baking ingredient sourcing in kolkata. Her garlic knots, no knead atta bread and low fat snack recipes are a hit at my place.
The recipe that I shared there is a favourite dessert of Bengal Called Rasmalai (known as Angoori rasmalai elsewhere in India). Soft tiny balls of cottage cheese soaked in caradom and pistachio flavoured milk...a heavenly dessert which could be the point of talking if served in a party. and the recipe is very straight forward if you are confident of using your pressure cooker.
I often make this for gatherings at home and yet to meet someone who does not like this.
To check the recipe hop on to Suma's place Cakes and More.
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