Imarti...Thank You Rak's Kitchen

There are some recipes that have kind of invisible force that can push you hard enough in the kitchen and make you to try it. This is one of them. I was not a big fan of Imarti back home in India. I like Jalebis but after such a long time (probably 5 years) looking at pictures of JANGRI in Rak's kitchen made me homesick. I had no other options so I went ahead and made them. The results were really good, my son repeatedly saying this one word---More. Rk's recipe is really good and Pictures are making it more easier and simple.
Thank u Rak's Kitchen for your recipe and making are life sweeter.

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