I’ve been eating these traditional Indian little treats ever since I was young and I was lucky enough to be taught the recipe from my grandma. They are notoriously difficult to make and they are not low fat in the slightest, but they taste delicious and are certainly worth a go if you love them. I don’t make them often, and I always make more than I need in the hope I have a few left.
We’ve missed a lot over the past year – from births to birthdays, engagements, weddings and everything in between. But this Thanksgiving, we’re celebrating it all. Set the table with Nana’s fine china and that fancy gold cutlery you’ve never used and invite the whole family, friends that might as well be family and whoever else we can fit around the table.