The savoury of Lord Ganesha, Modak is an Indian sweet dumpling. Any Ganesh chaturthi celebration is incomplete without 21 pieces of Modak in the Prasad. The sweet filling inside this dessert consists of coconut and ...
The ever favourite sweet of Lord Ganesha, Modak is an Indian sweet dumpling. The sweet filling inside consists of coconut and jaggery with outer layer of Rice flour. Modak holds a special place at the ...
Balushahi is an traditional North Indian flaky dessert made with maida and deep fried in ghee.
Mohanthal is an Indian dessert prepared in many auspicious occasions especially during Diwali. It is popular in Gujarat. Gram flour, khoya, milk and nuts mixed togethar to form square barfis.
Sohan Halwa is a traditional Indian sweet made with maida, milk and dry fruits. Traditionally it is made in circular rounds.
Patishapta is a popular Bengali dessert. Thin crepes made with refined flour, rice flour and semolina. Stuffed with a tasty coconut and jaggery filling.
Whole wheat and semolina dough parcels stuffed with almonds and raisins. Baked and dipped in honey.
A delectable sweet dish made of bread, milk, nuts, barfi and milk.
A traditional sweet dish made with boiled rice, sugar, dry fruits and yellow food colouring. Also known as zarda.
A quick and easy fix for your sweet cravings, here's for the traditional Iyenger style payasam recipe. Rice cooked in the flavors of jaggery, coconut and cardamom.
The way we use lentils in India is unique. Dals are an intrinsic part of the meal for vegetarians in almost all parts of the country, but they are also one of the most versatile ...
One of the much cherished desserts in South India, particularly Karnataka, Rava Kesari or Kesari Bath is prepared using semolina, popularly known as rava or sooji in India.
The whole process was a bit time consuming and involved many trials and errors but the results were absolutely delicious and gluten-free!
Here are our 10 best Indian dessert recipes. There is no denying the fact, that desserts give a befitting end to any meal! By and large Indian desserts use sugar, milk and khoya as the ...
There's no getting around it, Indians have a (very) sweet tooth. In fact, the early visitors to India called it the land of sweets. This sweet love has roots that reach back to the Indian ...
Also known as a monsoon favourite, the festival of Teej is celebrated with great fervor across the north of India and Nepal.
From the creamy Rava Kesari to the ghee-enriched Mysore Pak, there are many marvellous southern creations that can make any sweet lover get hooked for life.
A round up of how to whip up some of the easiest and most celebrated desserts for Raksha Bandhan 2017 in under 30 minutes.
Khoya is extensively used in making a wide variety of dishes across India as well as neighbouring countries like Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Here are some of our favourite Khoya recipes.
Happy Raksha Bandhan 2017! Celebrate with your loved ones by creating desserts that look and taste amazing and are healthy too.