Til ki Burfi is a traditional Indian sweet which is prepared during the winter season, especially on Sankranti. It is a very simple and quick dessert which can be made with very few ingredients such as sesame seed, milk powder or mawa and sugar. Sesame seeds are an excellent source of copper and a very good source
Badaam (Almond) halwa is a royal and delicious Indian sweet which can be prepared using few ingredients. It requires some time to make this rich halwa but the end result makes it all worth. And this instant halwa mix makes the job so easy. It is one of those sweets which is especially made during
Sometime eating bananas or Oats alone in breakfast can be boring. But if we combine both and add in some nuts too, it will result in a super healthy and yummy dish. Banana Oats and Walnut Cupcakes are eggless cupcakes made with over ripped bananas, Oats and Walnut. All healthy goodies packed in a single
Singhare or water chestnut flour burfi is an easy sweet dish made during fasting. Other than singhare ka atta, it requires basic ingredients like sugar, water, ghee and nuts. It gets ready in no time, which makes it best for those fasting days when you are in no mood to put extra efforts in anything.
Here I am, back after a long break. Recently entered into a new phase of life with the arrival of my little bundle of joy, my son HRIDAAN. Was busy making him comfortable in his new world. Simply loving this parenthood with my lilttle champ. To celebrate his arrival in our life, I am back
Mohanthal, Besan Chakki, Besan Burfi or Gram Flour Fudge are all different names of a delicious traditional Indian sweet which is made from gram flour (besan), khoya/mawa, ghee, sugar, water and dry nuts. Every family where this burfi is made have there own way of making it. In our family, this Besan chakki is a
Kesariya Kalakand is a very famous Indian sweet which is made from milk. Authentic method calls for curdling milk and then thickening it for hours to get a crumbly texture. But this below recipe of kalakand is a quick and no fuss method. This delicious kalakand can be easily made at home with just 3
Month of August came with a sequence of occasions. Started with Rakhi, then came Sinjhara and Teej, followed by Independence Day and finally Janmashtami. Celebration and desserts go hand in hand. So here I am sharing a dessert recipe which is made every year at my home on the auspicious day of Janmashtami, which is
Happy Independence Day to everyone with this tri-color kulfi. I wanted to do something special on this Independence Day and being a food lover what’s better than presenting those three colors on the platter which represents the Indian flag.
Cool colorful dessert served chilled on a hot summer day can make anyone happy. This delicious and really indulging dessert is very easy to make and requires few special ingredients such as rooh afza, basil seeds, falooda sev or vermicelli. But I would like you all to try it out once. You will simply love