Indian Dessert

This weekend Randy and I went out to the Bombay House in Provo for a yummy meal. I got the Chicken Briyani and Randy got the Baygan Bharta, which is a roasted eggplant dish. Plus their fabulous bread. For dessert, Randy got the Kheer, which is a rice pudding, and I got Gulab Jamun. It was so delicious that I came home and googled the recipe. This is the link I found: http://www.ivcooking.com/p269_18.php It has step by step directions for making your own. I can't wait to try it. The dish at the restaurant had a coconut syrup, rather than a spiced one, but I love cardamom and I'm sure this one is great too.

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Valerie said…
I've lived in Utah county for many years now, but just went to the Bombay House for the first time a couple of months ago when my son begged us to go. We didn't have dessert though. Maybe next time. I loved the Naan (or whatever the bread is called.)

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