Your favourite traditional Indian dessert, Halwa with a twist! Halwa is the quintessential dessert that is not just popular in India but in other Asian and Middle eastern countries as well. raditionally it was prepared ...
A very popular Bengali dessert. Mishti doi or meethi dahi is made by thickening milk and is sweetened with jaggery.
Mishti doi is prepared by boiling milk until it is slightly thickened, sweetening it with jaggery, and allowing the milk to ferment overnight.
Looking for a quick dessert? Learn how to make mishti doi with these easy steps. Watch recipe inside.
Researchers at the University of Calcutta are discussing to make available a probiotic 'Mishti Doi' that will be particularly beneficial to those suffering from IBD.
Bengali macher kalia has a thicker gravy, with a perfect balance of sweet and spicy flavours.
Ever heard about bhapa doi? The creamy, delectable curd preparation also hails from the east.
Leaving the quintessential Rasgulla, Sandesh and Mishti Doi aside here's is a list of lesser know favourite Bengali sweets.
Kulhad or kulhar has been traditionally used as a cup for various delicacies like Malaiyyo or Nimish, Masala Chai, Mishti Doi (curd), etc.
Curd's role in the several sweet and savoury preparations merits a chronicle of its own. One such curd delight, we cannot have enough of it - shrikhand. If the east cannot function without its ...
There are days we crave for super rich and intricate sweetmeats, and then there are days we simply want a quick-fix for our sweet cravings. For days like these, we have compiled a list of ...
The couple was seen trying to guess some of the dishes that were served in the thali.