Sweet, thickened milk dessert, perfect for summer or festival time.
A soothing blend of rice and coconut milk, served with nutty caramel and rose petals.
Chiraunji kheer topped with caramelized bananas, almonds, fried makhana and chikki. A lovely Indian dessert perfect for a lavish dinner party.
An unusual but appetizing dessert of cracked wheat and milk garnished with raisins and nuts.
Delicious rice kheer, cooked with condensed milk, khoya, cream and nuts.
An easy to make milk dessert gripped with the flavor of saffron, almonds and pistachios. Basundi is a dessert commonly made in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka. It is similar to rabdi.
Cashew nut and milk based sweet traditionally served at special occasions, topped by silver leaf.
Sweet dish of rice cooked with milk, raisins and cardamom, garnished with almonds.
Vermicelli or sewain with saffron, milk, khoya and loads of nuts to make a tasty Indian dessert.
Payesh is a Bengali version of kheer. Rice and milk pudding flavored with cardamom, dry fruits and a sprinkle of rose water.
By and large Indian desserts use sugar, milk and khoya as the staple ingredients. There is no denying the fact, that desserts give a befitting end to any meal! Especially Indian desserts, ranging from Galub ...
You can call it Dhaulat ki Chaat in Delhi, Malayo in Varanasi, and Nimish in Lucknow but I've always known it as Malai Makhan.
Does this gently jiggling French fancy need cream or milk, caster sugar or muscovado - and how do you get it to set without going rubbery?
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 ...
It's creamy and sweet, a comfort blanket of the edible kind. White chocolate is the perfect ingredient for a dessert - so long as you cut it with something sharpThe ingredients are few: sugar, milk, ...