Category: Traditional

Chenna Payesh
Posted By Monalisa Nayak

Chenna Payesh

Bengali cuisine is one of the most flavorful cooking styles in India. Desserts like Rasgulla and Sandesh are popular around the world. This is the recipe for an amazing dish from this cuisine. Chenna Payesh, as its name suggests, isContinue Reading

Posted By Ravi Talwar

Ras Malai

Ras malai is an awesome soft mouthwatering sweet delicacy liked by most of the sweet lovers. It is available in most of the sweet shops and can be made at home easily and served as a dessert or a welcomeContinue Reading

Moong Daal Halwa
Posted By Madhu Talwar

Moong Dal Halwa

Moong dal halwa is a delicacy relished by most Indians. This dessert is a favorite among those having a sweet tooth. Primarily made with yellow lentil (moong dal), clarified butter (ghee) and sugar, this dessert is served in almost allContinue Reading

Posted By Madhu Talwar

Kulfi Faluda

During summers everyone is looking for relief by any way one may get and one of the best ways for it is having something chilling and soothing. Kulfi Faluda stands perfect for this purpose. This is not only a chilledContinue Reading

Posted By Madhu Talwar

10-minute Coconut Rolls

Have you ever had a craving for something sweet but nothing to satisfy it quickly? Or have you had unexpected guests over with nothing sweet to serve quickly? Well the common factors in both these questions is “sweet/dessert” and “quick”.Continue Reading

Posted By Yummy Platter

Semiya Payasam

Semiya Payasam also known as Seviyan Kheer or Vermicelli kheer is an important dessert served during festivals like Onam and Vishu in Kerala. It is also served as dessert for any celebrations like birthday, Wedding anniversaries, Wedding, etc. Roasted vermicelliContinue Reading

Posted By Sukriti Taneja

Dry Fruit Gujiya

Holi seems incomplete without sweets, and when it comes to easy-make sweets, Gujiya is an all-time favorite. Soft flour pastry filled with sweet / savory filling of choice, Gujiya is typically made and served during Holi. Team Gujiyas up withContinue Reading

Mysore Pak
Posted By Ravi Talwar

Mysore Pak

Mysore Pak is a sweet delicacy that originated in South India, to be more precise Mysore (hence the name Mysore Pak). This awesome melt-in-the-mouth dessert has gram flour as its main ingredient. While its not very easy to make and requires a lot ofContinue Reading

Posted By Sukriti Taneja

Aate ka Halwa

The best part about a Halwa is that it can be cooked with any main ingredient. A variety of halwas are cooked in India, and most people make them on special occasions as they are considered auspicious. This is theContinue Reading