Atta Badam Halwa — a classic Indian dessert made quick with almond flour, this halwa comes together in just 15 minutes! With familiar hints of cardamom and saffron, there’s no doubt it’ll be a hit!
We always celebrate the beginning of Navaratri with this Badam Roti Churma! It has a lovely nutty taste and texture from the almond flour and a floral aroma from the saffron and rose. Coming together super easily, it’s perfect to offer to the Goddess during the morning pooja!
Dal Dhokli – this hearty, one-pot meal features melt-in-your-mouth wheat dumplings simmered in a comforting dal. Packed with veggies and spiced up with crunchy toppings, this velvety dish is a nutritious weeknight dinner!
A delicate cookie garnished with edible flowers and strands of saffron, this Rajasthani Mishri ki Roti is a delicious sweet treat!
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.
This Saffron Rose Sabudana Chaat with Dates is a perfect meal to try during the Navaratri Vrat. Its tangy-sweet flavor is enhanced with saffron, rose and dates, ingredients that you typically don’t see in a chaat.
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!
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!
A traditional South Indian dish, Bisi Bele Bhath harnesses the very essence of Karnataka’s flavors. Featuring a melody of rice, lentils, vegetables and spices, this complete one pot meal is healthy and filling.
This iconic Rajasthani dish, Dal Baati features charcoal grilled baati, triple lentil dal and churma. Serve it with some smoked green chilies, aloo bharta, chutney and kuchumber salad for a wholesome and healthy version of an Indian classic!