White Love: 5 Milk-Based Desserts to Cook at Home

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    Like it or not, milk plays a crucial role in our daily nourishment. It is an excellent source of calcium and other essential micronutrients, and facilitates smooth functioning of various bodily processes. Milk is one of the best loved and widely used ingredients to arrive at some of the traditional and sumptuous delicacies across the world. In India, most indigenous varieties of sweets and desserts involve cooking generous amount milk along with sweeteners and aromatic agents.

    Strictly for the lover of all things sweet, we present to you five easy recipes that are bathed in milk and cooked with oodles of love in simple steps.

    Marut Sikka's Rasmalai
    The all-time favourite Indian dessert

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    Payesh
    The star Bengalidessert is made of rice cooked in milk, flavoured with rose water, cardamom, and dry fruits.

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    Payasam
    Payasam, alternatively called Payasa is also the Sanskrit word for milk. This South Indian dessert is literally ambrosial.

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    Shir Sewai
    Vermicelli cooked with milk, khoya, nuts and a sprinkling of pure saffron.

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    Phirni
    One of the most loved desserts of this country. Milk simmered with rice flour and a range of dry fruits

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