Oreo cheesecake… Yummy! I am actually tired of cheesecakes with gelatine, and I think we need more focus on recipes WITHOUT gelatine. I mean, why put something as gelatine in a cake? 😉
The recipe below serves 8. And it’s easy to make. And super yummy. Enjoy 🙂
Note: You need to make this cake at least 4 hours before you serve it!
Kesari is a dessert from India, that is popular in Sri Lanka too. My mom used to make kesari frequently when my brother and I were children. I remember how much I loved it, but later I somehow stopped eating it. Lately I came across a mango kesari recipe, that is so good. Usually it is made with milk, but I use water instead, so that you can keep the kesari for a couple of days 🙂
Mango lassi – YUMMY!!
Lassi is an Indian yoghurt drink. Originally it was a mixture of yoghurt, salt and other spices. The Tamils make a thinner version, called mor/moar, which is my faveourite sour yoghurt drink. When it comes to lassi, I prefer the one with mango. I have now made it several times, and we love to drink it now and then 😉
We know Dalgona Coffe – the yummy korean coffe drink that took the the world by storm. We’ve seen many on social media posting pictures of their dalgona coffees. Even I’ve made it 2-3 times. Notably, my brother loves it 😉
Today I made another attempt, and I call it Dalgona Chocolate. Its taste reminds pretty much of the Mathilde Chocolate Milkshake. Creamy 🙂
Achcharu is a very popular side dish in Sri Lanka, and there are 2 varieties of it, either the Jaffna style or the Sinhalese style. Achcharu is actually spiced, pickled greens, that is eaten as a side dish for rice or pittu. It’s a must have in the tamil kitchen, if you ask me. No meal is complete without achcharu 😉