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 ...
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 ...
Janmashtami is a Hindu festival that is deeply related to food, especially the ones that Lord Krishna Liked. Here is a list of 7 mithais you can easily make at home to celebrate the festival.
This recipe video on YouTube channel 'Cooking With Reshu' by popular food vlogger Reshu Singh, shares an easy method to prepare barfi at home.
Insant boondi recipe: We have a quick and easy recipe for you that will help you make your favourtie meethi boondi in all of 5 minutes.
Lauki ki barfi may sound a bit offbeat, but this recipe could be a new addition to your homemade mithais!
We love milk cake; don't we? What if we say we have a recipe that will give a summer-y twist to the regular mithai? Try this mango milk cake today.
Diwali 2020: They are made with edible gold or silver metal and are flavourless, but they do make a dish look appealing.
Halwai-style atta peda recipes: Atta, sugar and ghee are the three ingredients you need to make this recipe, so what is it that is still holding you back?
Having some sudden sweet cravings? Try this delicious caramelised cheeni toast that you can make in just 10 minutes.