The traditional Indian kheer gets a twist of berries and the aroma of lavender flowers. Take a bite and feel the bliss!
Milk thickened with rice flour and flavored with cardamom, almonds and pistachios. A dessert served in most Indian households on the occasion of holi.
A lovely Indian dessert which is easy and quick to prepare. Vermicelli sauteed golden in ghee with cashews and raisins, simmered with milk.
An Indian mithai made with curdled milk, saffron and lots of dry fruits.
An easy to make Indian dessert full with the goodness of dry fruits, milk, semolina and aromatic cardamoms.
A quick Indian sweet made with sesame seeds, khoya and sugar.
Balushahi is an traditional North Indian flaky dessert made with maida and deep fried in ghee.
Indian dessert made with semolina, jaggery and loads of nuts. This halwa is perfect to ward off cold and cough blues.
A delectable and fragrant milk and rice based Indian dessert served in mitti ke kasore. Milk thickened with rice flour and flavored with cardamom and rose essence.
Jalebi is a melt-in-the-mouth Indian sweet and can best be described as funnel cakes. Create culinary magic in your kitchen with this delectable delicacy.
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.
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.
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 ...
Step this way to get a crash course in some of the easiest and most celebrated desserts that you can create within 30 minutes.
The food writer, chef and presenter of Indian Food Made Easy would enjoy her mum's chicken dish in the Alps.'I spent my childhood in Switzerland', says Anjum. 'I have always found the mountains to be ...
How will you celebrate Diwali? It's time for sweet sins, said celebrities like Parineeti Chopra and Vaani Kapoor who plan to gorge on traditional sweets like 'ladoos', 'rasmalai' and 'gujiya'.The celebrities share fond memories of ...
The popular Indian frozen dessert is made from caramelised milk, but do you really need to cook the milk for four hours? What flavouring is best? And how do you get it out of the ...
The gujiya is of course a pan-India festive special. Filled with khoya and dried fruits in the North, with coconut in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Goa, it is a common feature in homes across the subcontinent.