It's time for traditional sweets and savouries that are shared during celebratory meals through Diwali season. Here're traditional South Indian sweets for you to try.
Indian Sweet Recipes: No Indian festival or celebration is complete without a plateful of mithai. Every region, culture and household has one or the other type of mithai that is synonymous to the occasion and ...
We have something for each season and each occasion in the vast collection called Indian Sweet Recipes.Here are 13 Indian sweet recipes in Hindi that you can easily try making at home.
Balushahi is a traditional Indian sweet that is perfect to prepare during the festive season.
Coconut barfi is not just astoundingly delicious, it is also healthy.
In the video shared by Neena Gupta, we can see a plate full of a classic desi sweet treat. Discover what she said about it.
A festive staple, balushahi is can be found across all major Halwai shops across North India but why go that far when you can make it at home?
Can we ever say no to Indian sweets? Here are 10 Indian desserts you can relish guilt-free! Easy, quick and absolutely delicious!
Khaja is a traditional layered sweet that is popularly consumed in Odisha, especially during the festival time. Try this easy khaja recipe.
A favourite among the vast repertoire of Indian sweets is none other than barfi. Cut into neat cubes, triangles or diamonds, there are all sorts of flavours, colours, shapes and textures that one can choose ...