Category: Traditional Indian Desserts

Ukadiche Modak | Traditional Steamed Modak

Ganesh Chaturthi is just around the corner and Ukadiche Modak | Traditional Steamed Modak is Ganeshji’s all-time favorite sweet so I thought I’ll share my quick and easy version with everyone here 🙂 It is traditionally made for the feast on the first day of the ... Read More

Mango Kulfi | How to make Kulhad Kulfi

An Indian dessert that is loved by everyone and I guess there is rarely anyone who’d say no to Kulfi! This luciously creamy, deliciously sweet and chilled dessert is perfect for summers and compliments any Indian meal when looking for that perfect end to your meal 😍👌 ... Read More

Diwali Recipe Collection 2016 Take 2

Earlier this week, I shared with you my Diwali Recipe Collection (take 1), but there were many recipes that still needed to be added. I wanted to avoid overcrowding one post and decided to do it in parts. 

To continue with Diwali frenzy and in my humble attempt to simplify things ... Read More

Diwali Recipe Collection 2016

So Diwali is upon us…barely a week away and I know everyone has a lot of to-do lists…shopping, gifts to pack…goodies to send out to friends and family..the list is almost endless 😀 among all the tiny things to do, we often tend to miss out on the actual fun of preparing h ... Read More

Shakarpara | Khurma

I can’t imagine a Diwali without any Khurma (as we call it up North) or Shakarpara (little chunks of pastry dough flash fried and turned crisp, then cooled and dunked into a thick sugar syrup…to make these melt in the mouth sweet bites!)….I am sure your are salivating as yo ... Read More

Instant Kesar Peda

Yes, everyone knows I love Pedas 😉 I like them all…well almost! What’s not to like, they are sweet, slightly fudgy and so delicious! Much like these golden beauties…my Instant Kesar Pedas (saffron fudge). A 15 min wonder..more like. 

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Moong Dal ka Halwa

I welcomed Ganpati Bappa with a simple and delicious Moong Dal ka Halwa. Yes, no Modaks at my place because I am not good at shaping them. So, I offer him goodies which I am good at making myself😊 ….maybe next year I will get a cute little Modak mould/ maker and then use that to sha ... Read More

Ghee Mysore Pak | How to make Mysore Pak

One of the most popular and delicious sweets from Mysore is the most beloved Ghee Mysore Pak | How to make Mysore Pak. It has a lovely aroma and has a wonderful melt in the mouth kinds of texture. It is so easy to make this at home and needs very few ingredients. 

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Mathura ke Pede

The famous Mathura ke Pede recreated in my kitchen! They are much easier to make than it looks😁 Just a little bit of elbow grease and you’re almost there…almost!! 😜

I say almost, because I was tired and then stopped the ‘bhunoing ... Read More

Khoya Peda

I have always loved Peda. They are soft, slightly fudge and absolutely melt in the mouth! 😋 

Ever since I was a kid, I would wait for a trip to Mahalaxmi Temple in Mumbai to lay my hands on some of the small, yellow Pedas that we would offer as ‘Prash ... Read More

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