This Chocolate Burfi Bark is a lovely dessert made with layers of chocolate burfi (peda) and white chocolate that’s topped off with dried fruits, flowers, and spices! There’s strawberries for acidity, lavender buds for a great aroma, and chopped pistachio for an added saltiness.
Coconut Chocolate Burfi Truffles, an elegant refinement of traditional coconut sweets! Super easy to make in 15 minutes and with a layer of dark chocolate, they are the perfect way to incorporate a modern twist on a timeless classic!
This Rainbow Rasgulla is bursting with flavors, textures, and colors, just in time for Holi! With fluffy rasgullas perched in a vanilla ice cream base with fresh fruits and chocolate to top it off, the decadence of this fun twist on a classic dessert is undeniable!
Badam Ka Halwa made with almonds is a delicacy rooted in Indian tradition. Try this quick and easy microwave recipe which takes less than half the time, but is equally toothsome and delightful. Make it on special occasions like Diwali and savor the unparalleled richness of this dessert!
This lusciously smooth, silky, and elegant Strawberry Vermicelli Kheer Pudding is an easy-to-make dessert, the perfect way to end a meal.
Watermelon Mango Shrikhand – cold, refreshing, creamy and absolutely delicious! A traditional saffron and cardamom Shrikhand made with rich, creamy yogurt, but with a twist of seasonal fruits. Diced watermelon in the yogurt and a layer of mango puree on the top, make this impeccable dessert modern, perfect to beat the summer heat, and even more irresistible!
Creamy coconut milk ladoos with a silky center rolled in toasted coconut and made two ways! The rose-coconut ladoo is made with rose syrup and has the most aromatic, heavenly presence. The saffron-coconut ladoo boasts a vibrant hue of yellow and mellow flavors. Perfect for festivals or just to sweeten your palette these little beauties take just about 15 minutes! These ladoos can be made in two different ways – 1) traditional recipe or 2) quick 15 minutes truffle style recipe.
I made this fluffy, spongy banana cake with toasted nuts, laced with a mellow, buttery aroma for a winter brunch party. The chocolate chips and caramelized sugar just do wonders to elevate this simply amazing cake! Serve it with some cream cheese frosting or a simple meringue for the perfect dessert to wrap up a cozy meal . It is sure to be a hit!
This classic Indian dish, which is a staple all over India, consists of a Khaja (layered pastry) and Sabudana Kheer (tapioca pudding) with fresh fruit! The layered pastry is coated in a luscious sugar syrup and ghee (clarified butter). The tapioca pudding is a creamy, silky, milk-based dessert that is lightly flavored with saffron, cardamom, and freshly sliced fruits!! It’s air fried too! Steps for Khaja: