This is a classic dessert from the kitchens of the Mithaiwala of Bombay, and the actual ice halwa recipe of each shop serving these still remains a closely-guarded secret. Try this version of ice-halwa, which comes very close to the real thing.
This variation of the traditional suji halwa, is pretty popular in south India, and is known as ‘Kesari Bath’, signifying the additional of saffron as well as the color of the sweet.
Ready to try out a classic and mouthwatering Indian dessert? Presenting the mouthwatering, ‘Badami Kesari Rasmalai’
With 5 readily available ingredients at home, this sweet dish can be a saviour for those looking for a quick, yet delicious dessert. Try it out now and give your week-end the start it truly deserves!
This unique twist to the traditional ‘gujiya’ with a paneer filling and a vermicelli wrap is sure to have your guests craving for more!
Tired of using apples in Apple Pies? How about an Indian apple-based dessert? These Apple Jalebis take the concept of the traditional ‘jalebis’ to a whole new level.
This unique recipe is perfect for those who are fasting and want to have something sweet. Presenting, Papaya-Sabudana Barfi!
A peda, with a twist! This bright-red beetroot peda is sure to leave your tastebuds tingling.
A Bengali classic, this ‘doi’ recipe also uses strawberries, which are currently in season, and make this yogurt taste delectable!
A twist on a classic Bengali dessert, this spectacular dish is served on auspicious occasions particularly on Makar Sakranti and Holi.