Parwal ki Mithai is a famous and beautiful looking dessert commonly made in East India. Sweet and juicy parwals stuffed with creamy mawa together make a palatable dish for special and festivals. It is easy to make and looks beautiful when garnished with saffron and dry-fruits.
Kalakand is an authentic sweet dish of India that is made during festivals and other celebrations. It an exquisitely beautiful and milky sweet dish that can be served as a dessert or can be made during fasting as well. Milkmaid kalakand is prepared with just 3 ingredients, and no sugar because the condensed milk is already sweet.
Til ke laddu are a traditional winter sweets and are made specially on the occasion of Makar Sankranti. They are extremely healthy and tasty snack to satisfy sudden hunger pangs.
Balushahi is a traditional and famous dessert of the Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Nepali cuisines. It is a sweet, flaky and doughnut like classic dessert that can be found in every sweet shop.
Soyabean Halwa is a delicious dessert and a smart way to use soy food to fulfill the daily protein requirement of the body. This protein rich dessert dish is made primarily from soyabean seeds, milk and ghee which are readily available in most household.
Bread Rasmalai is an awesomely delicious, creamy, juicy and palatable substitute for the traditional rasmalai sweet dish of India. It is an easy to make dessert dish, absolutely suitable for sudden sweet cravings after late night dinners, or heavy Sunday Lunch or any time during the day when you feel the need to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Kulfi reminds us of our childhood. It was that kind of ice-cream that our parents would easy give approval for (actually, not that easily). It is a famous since ages and loved by everyone.
Kulfi and summers go hand in hand. Mango Kulfi is yet another Indian ice-cream that is among everyone's favourite and the most easy to make dessert dish.
A famous Indian delicacy that is prepared in almost every household of West Bengal is the Chandra Puli. It is an authentic sweet dish that is prepared specially during Durga Puja, festivals and fastings.
Lencha is a famous Bengali sweet dish. They are soft and spongy and look like another variety of gulab jamun. Made from khoya and home-made paneer this sweet dish simply melts in the mouth leaving behind a sweet creamy taste.
With the onset of the festive season we present to you an authentic recipe of an ancient and traditional sweet dish of India, the maal pua with rabri. The combination of milky pancakes soaked in chashini and coated with rabri is just mouth-watering.
Kalakand is an authentic sweet dish of India that is made during festivals like Holi, Diwali, Eid etc. and other celebrations. It an exquisitely beautiful and milky sweet dish that can be served as a dessert or can be made during fasting as well.
Another beautiful and rich variation of the chomchom from Bengal is Malai Chomchom (malai chamcham or malai chumchum). Soft, sweet and spongy rasgullas garnished with creamy rabri and pistachios make up a great dessert for special occasions.
Sooji Aur Nariyal Ki Barfi is a delicious Indian Dessert that can be made very easily and quickly at home. You can have it as either snack or dessert and can also be served while greeting guests at home.
Besan ka Halwa made with gram flour and enriched with dry fruits and raisins, is a very delicious dish loaded with a lot of energy and taste. This dish can be prepared in very less time.
Sabudana Kheer is the most popular sweet dish prepared during any fastings in India. Its a tasty pudding that can be prepared quickly in about 20 minutes.
Shrikhand is a popular dessert from the Gujarati and Marathi cuisine. This dish is prepared as prasad bhog for Lord Krishna. It can be served with masala poori and as a stand-alone dessert as well.
Here's another traditional recipe to make gajar ka halwa without milk or khoya, which is no less in taste than the gajar ka halwa prepared in milk or with khoya and can be prepared in very less time.
Malai chaap is an extremel beautiful and tasty dessert made from sweet and spongy rasgullas which are layered and garnished with creamy rabri and dry nuts.
Gud Badaam Chikki is a healthy sweet treat that is rich in iron and is the best substitute for snack bars available in market for satisfying hunger pangs.
Phirni is a milk and rice desert having it's origin in Punjab. Usually served in earthen clay bowls phirni is among the must have deserts of the Punjabi cuisine.
Sandesh is a traditional Bengali sweet dish that is known for its taste all over India and abroad.
Shahi Tukra is a bread pudding dessert made from fried bread slices soaked in rabri. This dish is also called Double ka meetha and is famous specially in Hyderabad and Telangana.
Laung Lata is a Bengali dish that is made specially on festivals. Its is crunchy on outside and soft on inside. This delicious khoya stuffed dish is mouth watering and loved by all.
Maal Pua is an Indian sweet dish, which is maida pancake soaked in sugar syrup served in combination with rabri or fresh cream.
Naariyal ka ladoo is one of the favorite Indian festive delights prepared from raw coconut, milk, sugar and dry fruits.
Gajar ka Halwa, one of the most popular traditional desserts for special occassions, is associated with the North India and Pakistan and is the most relished dessert during winters.
Safed Rasgulla is a sweet syrupy Indian dessert that originated in the East India. This dish is famous specially in West Bengal and Odisha, and is knowm as Rosogulla. This soft and spongy dessert is loved by people of all ages.
Sewai is a light Indian dessert prepared on special occasions like festivals and dinner parties. This combination of vermicelli strands and milk is famous across the entrie nation.
Makhane ki kheer is a special sweet dish prepared specially during vrats or fasting. This low fat kheer is healthy and digestible. Makhana or lotus seeds have a lot of health benefits and medicinal properties as mentioned in the Ayurveda.
Cake is a sweet desert prepared by baking. Though it is liked by people of all ages, it is the most favorite sweet dish for children, and is prepared mainly to celebrate occassions like wedding anniversaries and birthdays.
Ata and Dry Fruits are ball shaped sweets famous across the Indian sub-continent since ages. Prepared on festivals they are served as prasad and form a healthy and nutritious sweet snack. They can be preserved for long and can be carried along on long tours.
Thekua which is also known as Khajuria, is a dry sweet from Mithila. Prepared as prasad during Chhath puja, it is a famous sweet, energy giving snack in Nepal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh.