Category: Traditional

Motichur Laddu
Posted By Ravi Talwar

Motichur Laddu

Motichur laddu is a celebrating sweet and supposed to be most lovable to Lord Ganesha, hence making it an auspicious sweet to be used during poojas everywhere in India. It is also every ones favorite to celebrate any festival orContinue Reading

Jalebi
Posted By Ravi Talwar

Jalebi

Jalebi is one of the most loved traditional sweet delicacies in India. Crisp on the outside and filled with sweet syrup inside, Jalebi is the item of choice to accompany breakfast in many Indian regions. Regardless of how twisted theyContinue Reading

Sabudana Kheer
Posted By Sukriti Taneja

Sabudana Kheer

A sweet treat at last, Sabudana Kheer has all the richness and flavor of rice kheer with the soft texture of sabudana. Accompanied by milk, sugar and added flavors, this delicacy is very quick to make and extremely tasty. OnceContinue Reading

Gulab Jamun
Posted By Madhu Talwar

Gulab Jamun

Soft fried flour balls graciously dipped in a sweet syrup, Gulab Jamun is an Indian dessert well known to sweet lovers. Originated in North India, Gulab Jamun literally means rose berry because of its color and shape. Generally scented withContinue Reading

Sooji ka Halwa
Posted By Sukriti Taneja

Sooji ka Halwa

Sooji ka Halwa is a traditional sweet dessert that’s typically made on special occasions and festivals in India. It is a rich dessert with sooji roasted in ghee and ample sugar. Add in chopped dry fruits to make this dishContinue Reading

Sohan Halva
Posted By Ravi Talwar

Sohan Halwa

Sohan Halwa is a dense variety of sweet among the traditional confectionary items of India and Pakistan. Made with milk, sugar, corn flour, saffron, ghee and a variety of dry fruits, this delicacy is a true royal treat. It isContinue Reading

Rabri
Posted By Ravi Talwar

Rabri

Classic, traditional Indian sweet loved in North India, Rabri is a perfectly proportioned combination of milk and sugar, thickened in a heavy bottomed vessel or wok without any extra thickening agent. Serve it hot, cold, as a pudding or asContinue Reading

Rasgulla
Posted By Ravi Talwar

Rasgulla

Syrupy and yummy dessert originated from Bengal-India and locally called ‘Roshogulla’, this dessert makes you crave for more! No oil – no ghee usage further entices everyone including the health conscious. To read some interesting facts about Rasgulla, visit India-InfofactsContinue Reading