Gajar Halwa ( Carrot Pudding )…The Easier Way

The beauty of this pudding is that even a novice can cook this beautiful looking dessert, as delicious as your grand mom would make it . If you are familiar with other ‘Carrot Pudding’ recipes, you will find that this one is cooked without using any butter/ghee. The traditional recipe…

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Bhugga ( Sweetened Sesame Seed Balls )

Bhugga &  Lohri Lohri is a North Indian festival usually falling on 13th January every year. It is believed that the farmers celebrate Lohri in anticipation of a good harvest of wheat crop in  March–April. Lohri is more significant if there has been a wedding or birth of a new baby…

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Besan ladoo / Chick Pea Flour Balls

Ladoos or the Cookie Balls are one of the most common of all Indian sweets. Amongst all of them, Besan ladoos are an all time favorite. Made from roasted chick pea flour, these are rich and sweet  & can be a dessert or a snack in your menu. As the…

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Khoya Balls/ Fusion Balls

    Few months ago I got a burfi recipe from a good friend of mine. I liked it so much that it became a staple at every special occasion in our family. My husband’s weakness for coconut burfi made me tamper with the original burfi recipe. I created a…

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Gujiya

 Happy Holi Everyone !! Usually falling in March, Holi marks the coming of spring and is commonly known as the “Festival of Colors in India. I like everything about Holi….going out with family & friends …..playing with colors & eating sweets . Every Indian festival has its own special sweet…

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