Dessert

In this video, we will see how to make Kozhukattai recipe. This sweet Kozhukattai recipe is made with rice flour, cardamom powder, salt, coconut, ghee and jaggery. This is an amazing sweet served during the festival of Pongal.  

If you are looking for a classic dinner dessert, try this Easy and quick Poached Pears in Red Wine recipe. An extremely easy dish to make, pears are boiled in Pedrera red wine, cinnamon and sugar which maximizes the pear’s

It is hard not to like halwa. Ghee, sugar, and dry fruits, what’s not to like? And loving halwas comes with loving all its varieties and the ways it is made in. But everyone is bound to have a favourite.

A glass of wine and some chocolate makes a perfect combination. So why not combine the two to make rich, chocolatey red wine brownies? Made with melted chocolate, sugar, cocoa powder, vanilla, flour and then mix the wine to make a perfect

The cookie dough trend has been a ‘thing’ for quite some time now and has taken the Internet and our eating choices by storm. And it doesn’t look like the food item is going out of vogue anytime soon (thank

Brownies, they’re just what this world needs to set out on a more peaceful and loving existence. In all honesty, a good batch of fudge brownies could halt the biggest of wars and bring down the mightiest of heroes. And

Recently, West Bengal got the Geographical Indications tag – the GI tag – making the fluffy treacle-laden Banglar Rosogolla their very own. The possession of the tag came after a two-year-long debate with neighbouring state, Odisha, about the same. But

Shortly after West Bengal bagged the Geographical Indications (GI) tag for the Banglar Rosogolla, it set out to create the record for making the largest ever rasgulla. Made by two self help groups based in the Nadia district of the

Delhi, gear up to try out a new form of Cocoberry’s frozen yoghurt. No, it’s not another flavour, but vegan yoghurt. Yup, its happening and Delhi-NCR will be the first one in Indian to try it out! The froyo chain

The love for waffles and all of its variants like flavoured waffles and bubble waffles are on the rise, and there could not be a better time to innovate and feed the waffle-hungry crowd to their heart’s desire. And to

We’re on the cusp of the most-awaited holiday season of the year, and with hardly 24 hours to go for Thanksgiving, it’s about time we started getting excited about all the food that is coming our way. Especially pie. Now,

There is an odd level of comfort in that sugary brain freeze one gets after eating a little too much of ice-cream in one bite. And while nothing can compare to all those flavours of frozen creamy treats, the brands

Winter in the Capital brings along copious amounts of masala chai in clay kulhads, piping hot kachori sabzi, and the quintessential treacle laden jalebi topped with dollops of rabri. But how did the dessert, which is fit to be served

While it is a blessing to be part of a country that has an abundance of cultures and cuisines, it can also be a tad pestering. For instance, confusion regarding the origin of the popular Indian sweet, rosogolla (a.k.a. rasgulla),

Delhi recently saw a bevy of exciting food and beverage festivals in October and November that left the city happy, high, and stuffed. But there is no such thing as too much food, which is why the Capital is all

Innovation and trying something new is the key for great food and a variety of it. So this Diwali, if you feel experimental then go ahead and give this delicious Custard Apple Kheer a try! Print Recipe Diwali Custard Apple

Kheer is a vital part of the Indian dessert spread. Alternatively known as payesh in Bengal, payas and payasam in South Indian states, the sweet dish is loved and hogged far and wide for its sugary richness and flavours. Usually

Diwali is almost here, and we cannot wait to indulge ourselves in boxes of chocolates and sweets! It’s the perfect excuse to cheat completely on our diet plans and sheets. But what about some homemade sweets? Nothing makes your Diwali

There are ice cream rolls and then there are amazing ice cream rolls. And, as we have mentioned earlier, Ice Ninja’s ice cream rolls fall in the latter category. But here’s something even better, you won’t have to hike all

Of the many things that make us absolutely love the month of October/Fall, Diwali is one. And it’s not just the gorgeous clothes, gifts, and home decoration that get us all festive, but more so all the laddus, payasam, and