Indian Sweets & Desserts

Indian Sweets & Desserts

Gajar Ki Kheer Kheer is a milk-based pudding prepared by adding some of the other ingredients. This traditional milk-based pudding does not need any special occasions to be cooked on. We fondly cook and eat the kheer across the lengths and breadths of...
Gajar Ka Halwa A delicate aroma is common from the Indian kitchens during the winter season. This divine aroma comes out from the milk simmering with grated carrots. Can you imagine your life without this creamy, melt in mouth classic dessert. A halwa, made from fresh juicy red carrots is...
It was almost 5° C in Delhi yesterday. The evening was passing away waiting for me to cook the meal but lazy me in the quilt and not even daring to come out of this comfort zone or you can say the short hibernation.... Decided not to spend much...
A few ingredients,  some whipping and melting process, and you are done with an ultimate dessert! A creamy,  chocolatey dessert with layers and each layer burst into your mouth making you feel in another world. you start with fresh berries on top and then comes the creamy white chocolate layer...
  Winters are great to enjoy food and build immunity. Atta laddu or pinni is such food with lots of dried fruits which can be enjoyed in this season. These yummy laddus are made in homes in northern parts of the country where cold is unbearable. It is believed that...
  This Bengali version of kheer will surely make you addict of it as the taste is like heavens and you can't resist yourself of making it quite often. This is a well-known fact that all the Bengalees have a sweet tooth and are blessed with endless variants of milk-based especially...
  India with its diverse culture has some common features which unite us strongly. Across the whole extent of the country festivals and happy occasions do not complete without delectable sweets and traditional desserts.  Each day is the day of some or the other festive significance here. Even some special...

Coconut-Rice Kheer

When we talk about traditional Indian dessert, the most popular as well as delicious rice kheer is at the top. This milk-based dessert is rich and creamy to eat and if we add coconut to it, this becomes surprisingly tasty. Coconut gives this kheer a distinct nutty-fruity flavour. Undoubtedly...

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...