Indian Sweets & Desserts

Indian Sweets & Desserts

Mava n Meva Modaks

Modaks or laddus are very much loved by Lord Ganesha.These are served as bhog after Ganesh pooja or aarti to seek his blessings.There are numerous variations to prepare them.The authentic ones are prepared with rice flour and stuffed with coconut, nuts and jaggery. These modaks have a perticular shape...
Our festivals are incomplete without sweets.You all might be agree with me that no other country inherit such a large variety of traditional sweets as we have been blessed with, here in India. Having a rich cultural heritage, no celebration, festival or wedding is complete without this sweet gesture.  And...
As the summer season steps in, the king of fruits, the mango, starts to reign over the fruit markets as well as our hearts and  it is hard for anyone to stay away from mango mania Endless varieties get available during the season which starts in March and ends in...

Rava Kesari

Rava Kesari Rava Kesari is a simple, rustic,  melt in mouth sweet dish prepared with rava or sooji I generally prepare sooji halva (Punjabi style) which is very much liked by my family. It is prepared every now and then in winters here. But this time I decided to change it...
Anjeer-Khajoor Kulfi Kulfi is a milk-based frozen dessert which is so popular across the Indian sub Continent.This is an Indian ice cream which is prepared with many flavours. Unlike the ice creams, its texture is grainy and thicker like rabri. The varieties are endless like Kesar-pista kulfi, mango kulfi,rose-gulkand kulfi, almond kulfi...
Meethe Chawal Sweet saffron rice/Zafran pulao/meethe chawal, is a rice dish which is sweet, has a festive and religious identity.This dish is made in homes during religious festivals and ceremonies to offer the deity first and then  served to commons In Punjab, it is prepared during Baisakhi festival by Sikh and Punjabi...
Mango flavoured Mishti Doi Summer is in and it is hard to stay away from mango mania. Numerous goodies can be prepared with mango, the king of fruits.One such delicacy is mango flavoured bhapa doi or mishti doi.And the taste can be defined in one word.It is divine!! This Bengali delicacy is...
Kalakand There is a large and wide range of Indian sweets.The only reason behind this I think that large extent of area, cultural traditions and festivals have given a large variety to this. Ours is a large and diverse country and it is said that taste, cuisine,  variety and methods...

Fruit n Curd Pudding

This curd pudding is a no-bake or no-cook dessert with the richness of nuts and freshness of fruits. This pudding is a sugar-free dessert which I have prepared with the combination of walnuts, honey, hung curd and fresh fruits. This is very delicious n refreshing pudding This delicacy is very...
Makar Sankranti celebrations coincide with many harvest festivals across the country during the same time with unique regional variations.Lohri in Punjab, Pongal in Tamil Nadu and Bihu in Assam are all harvest festivals which mark the significant shift of season at this time of the year. Til Gur Barfi Makar Sankranti...