About Sooji Halwa Recipe: A quick, easy and delicious halwa often cooked in Indian homes. Sooji Halwa is often made for an auspicious occasion or a pooja. It could also be a festive occasion like ...
Roll away a creamy bite made with cashew paste and stuffed with dates, almonds and pistas.
Baked Karanji Recipe: Whole wheat and semolina dough parcels stuffed with almonds and raisins. Baked and dipped in honey, simply irresistible! Try this yummy gujiya recipe this Holi season!
About Patishapta Recipe: A traditional pancake like recipe, Patishapta is a very popular Bengali dessert recipe. The festival of rice harvest in Bengal, 'poush sankranti' is celebrated by relishing the most delicious sweet the bengali ...
About Microwave Kheer Recipe: No Indian festival or special occasion is complete without a sweet treat to relish! Here is a delectable rice kheer made in a microwave and topped with saffron strands.
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 ...
A delectable sweet dish made of bread, milk, nuts, barfi and milk.
South Indian cuisine is much beyond the staple of idli dosa, it also boasts of a gamut of sweet treats that are simply irresistible.
Indian Dessert Recipes: Dessert makes us go weak in the knees. It's a warm blanket on a cold winter evening. There is no denying the fact, that desserts give a befitting end to any meal! ...
Move over rasgulla and jalebis, these 7 South Indian desserts are here to win some hearts.
No festival seems complete without some sweets to indulge in. We bring you some delicious mithai recipes that you can easily make at home for the festive fare. From gulab jamun to kalakand, this list ...
This rabri malai roll recipe video offers us a quicker and easier way to make the popular Bengali dessert. You need just a handful of common ingredients to make this dish.
Homemade Rasmalai Recipe: Rasmalai is one such dessert that never fail to win hearts. And the best part is, you can easily make it at home too.
Halbai just needs about a handful of ingredients to prepare - rice, coconut, milk and jaggery.
This chaat features soft and spongy rasgulla, drizzled with yoghurt, tamarind sauce, mint and coriander chutney and a melange of Indian spices.
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.
Here are a few mithais that you can cheat your guests into imagining they take a lot of effort.