Move over rasgulla and jalebis, these 7 South Indian desserts are here to win some hearts.
South Indian cuisine is much beyond the staple of idli dosa, it also boasts of a gamut of sweet treats that are simply irresistible.
South Indian Dessert: Prepared primarily on Telegu festivals, Boorelu is a simple, quick and easy dumpling dessert.
Festive Recipes: Festive recipes get a healthy twist with these three delicious South Indian dessert recipes.
Halbai just needs about a handful of ingredients to prepare - rice, coconut, milk and jaggery.
Paal Poli: South Indian cuisine has an array of sweet dishes that we love. We bring to you another such dessert from that list. Trust us, you are going to love it.
Indian Cooking Tips: Thengai Poli is a decadent south Indian dessert combining coconut and jaggery!
One of the much cherished desserts in South India, particularly Karnataka, Rava Kesari or Kesari Bath is prepared using semolina, popularly known as rava or sooji in India.
Ashok halwa (or Asoka halwa) is a delicious dessert from Tamil Nadu that is made on special occasions.
The thothal halwa isn't just a similar recipe the very name of the sweet is a rehashed version of dodol. Locals call this lothal and even nudhal; it's easy to pronounce but it's tough work ...