Category: Traditional Indian Desserts

Navratri Recipes 1

Kesar Pista Kulfi Recipe | How to make Kulfi

Kesar Pista Kulfi Recipe | How to make Kulfi is just the recipe we need in these hot summer days. This kulfi is deliciously creamy, has a nice texture and definitely doesn’t take hours to prepare. Simple ingredients and they come together quickly to make these melt in the mouth ... Read More

Thandaai Flavoured Bhapa Doi

Holi is just a week away….and I can feel it in the air! Although I am averse to playing Holi, but I do enjoy the array of food Holi brings with it😜 

Dahi Wada happens to be a personal favor ... Read More

Pooranpoli/ Puranpoli

Rasgulla

Rasgulla happens to be one of my personal favourites when I am thinking of Indian desserts👌 They are so light…spongy & not at all heavy on the palate.

But, making them can be tricky…right from using the right kind of milk to mashing it to perfection! Then making sure t ... Read More

Til aur Moongfali ki Chikki

The Kite Flying Season is here! The Harvest Festival or Makar Sankranti as known in most parts of India…or Lodhi in Punjab! It brings us such joy to celebrate this festival…😊 And it marks the beginning of Spring in India! 

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Gajar ka Halwa Recipe | Carrot Halwa

Gajar ka Halwa Recipe | Carrot Halwa

One of my personal favorites during winters has to be the Gajar ka Halwa Recipe | Carrot Halwa!! It is rich, indulgent, and absolutely melt in the mouth kinda good! I will be sharing my Mom’s traditional recipe without tricks or shortcuts, it taste ... Read More

Rajgira Halwa / Amaranth Fudge / Glutenfree Fudge/ Navratri Vrat Recipe / Fasting Menu for Navratri Festival

Navratri is just around the corner….and I am excited! It’s going to be so colourful…and bright! This is just the beginning of festive season!! Besides, I will be sharing a few recipes here meant for fasting. They will be delicious and easy to make….the kind I specia ... Read More

Kaju Katli | Cashew Fudge

Kaju Katli | Cashew Fudge is a classic Indian sweet. They are served during most festivals and occasions. They are made with just 4 everyday pantry essentials and take less then 30 minutes to prepare. The flavor is so delicious and absolutely melt in the mouth good! Read More

Khoya / Mawa Burfi

I had some ‘Khoya’ (milk solids) sitting in my fridge from the time I had made my Anjeer Burfi and I wanted to use it up soon. Besides, there were no desserts at home & I know my hubby would love to ... Read More
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