Tag: sweet

chocolate pongal
Dessert, Indian Sweets

Chocolate pongal

Pongal ain’t over people! We still got a day right? Let us try something different on this day. So, won’t it be really good to have everything in chocolate? Yes right! So, here is a very special recipe to end this year’s pongal celebrations – chocolate pongal! Yeah yeah, I know some of you might […]

jalebi
Dessert, Indian Sweets

Jalebi

Let us welcome this New Year with our most very favorite sweet – Jalebi! Thin and crispy on the outside; soft and juicy on the inside. The burst of flavors that these spiral wonders give cannot be compared to anything else. So, first of all how is the New Year celebration going on for you […]

puran poli
Dessert, Indian Sweets

Puran poli

With The festival of lights around the corner, it is time for you to indulge yourself in some sweets and snacks. So, I have been thinking of uploading a few recipes to make for Diwali, puran poli being the first one in line. Puran poli is similar to a stuffed flatbread, but just that this […]

balushahi
Dessert, Indian Sweets

Balushahi

Yayy! It’s time for some sweets! Yep, it is the season of sweets! (Oh sorry! ‘Season of festivals!’ :p) So, to complete this year navrathri season, I have a special recipe for y’all – Balushahi (or badhusha as it is commonly called in the south India). First of all, I am really sorry! If you […]

chocolate modak
Dessert, Indian Sweets

Chocolate Modak

Anything with chocolate in it is sure to please us all. So, how about making our favorite dessert ‘modak’ with chocolate? Yes, chocolate modak it is! And it is going to be our new favorite which will also be loved by all the children and the Lord himself too! Ganesh Chathurthi is a festival that […]

motichoor ladoo
Dessert, Indian Sweets

Motichoor ladoo

Food always marks the beginning of any festival and with the festivities around the corner, treat yourself with this irresistible dessert. For this Ganesh Chathurthi, prepare these mouth-watering motichoor ladoo for our favorite god – Lord Ganesha! I am not a sweet lover myself but when it comes to motichoor ladoo, I simple cannot resist […]

rose-gulla
Dessert, Indian Sweets

Rose-gulla

How many of you here love rose milk? Well, count me also in that list. I love rose milk so much. What about rasgulla then? I love them too. So, I wanted to try a recipe with both. Pink, soft, spongy paneer balls dunked in some rose flavored syrup… just imagine! (Alternatively, you can see […]

mysore pak
Dessert, Indian Sweets

Mysore pak

A special post for this year mothers day! Mysore pak is a delicious, melt in mouth Indian sweet recipe originating from Mysore. For the past one week I was thinking about how I can celebrate this mother’s day. So, after a lot of brainstorming sessions, I finally thought of putting up a recipe, which is […]

rice kheer
Dessert, Indian Sweets

Rice kheer

Rice kheer is a delectable dish with a rich and a creamy texture that one can never resist. No big work involved in making this, also, it requires just three ingredients. Can a dessert recipe be much simpler than this? I actually wanted to make and post rice kheer recipe on Tamil new year’s day. […]

ghila pitha
Dessert, Indian Sweets

Ghila pitha

Now you might be wondering what this dish is, right?! Well, ghila pitha is a sweet dish made during Bihu festivals in Assam. When I searched for traditional Assamese recipes made during Bihu, this was one of the dishes that is prepared. And, when I gave it a try, it came out so well that […]

sweet pongal
21-Day Lockdown Series, Indian Sweets

Sweet pongal

Today being the last day of the No Veggies, 21-Day Lockdown Series and also Tamil New Year’s day (Vishu too!) I thought may be I can finish this series with a special recipe! And thus, here comes sweet pongal for you. (or Chakkara pongal, as we call in Tamilnadu). Chakkara pongal or sweet pongal is […]

Dessert, Indian Sweets

Aloo halwa

Taking a break from the ongoing Lockdown Series, here comes an exclusive post for this navratri vrat- Aloo Halwa! I never knew that halwa made with aloo existed until I came across this dish. And then when I told my grandma about such a dish, she was like, “oh! That is very easy to make. […]