These little globes of joy are filled with nostalgia and memories that makes every little bite blissful.
Narkel Naru in real life is not filled with anything. They are kind of sticky and sweet and brown (when made with gur). They are also a pleasure to sink your teeth in. The smell [...]
Holiday season is upon us, and that means indulgence is beckoning. Time to succumb. One word for it – Dessert! Creamy, and loaded with tiny bites of dates, cranberries and almonds, this fudge is my ticket to the train.
Roshogolla/Rasgulla needs to no introduction. I am sure most Indians are familiar with these lyrical, spongy balls of homemade cheese, simmered in and drunk with light sugar syrup. The story of the eastern regions of India is quite incomplete without this quintessential dessert and anyone can tune in to the “Ro-sho-gol-la“ quite melodiously.
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It’s the quintessential dessert of the Indian cuisine. This traditional Indian pudding does not just round off the meal in an occasion at home, at a restaurant, or in festivities; it is a comfort food. And this ever popular dessert is also much revered, [...]
A warm bowl of Gajar ka Halwa brings in more than the tiding memories of taste and flavors of this sweet, cardamom flavored confection. It is a wave emotions of a mother daughter relation, and close binding times which might have felt to be just a part of the chore in a day then, [...]