Desserts

Bengali Recipe, Desserts

Gokul Pithe

Gokul Pithe is made during Sankranti along with other bengali delicacies like doodh puli and patishapta. Along with sankranti, they are also prepared in Janmashtami. The filling is mostly made with desiccated coconut and jaggery. These sweet balls are dipped in maida and milk paste, deep fried and finally soaked […]

 
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Gulab Jamun Upside Down Cake

Had some leftover gulab jamuns in my fridge for last couple of days. These have been staring at me, each time I opened my fridge and was wondering how to put them to good use. Yesterday was my husband’s birthday so what would have been better option than using them […]

 
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Chana Dal Halwa

Chana Dal Halwa is a delicious Indian recipe served as a dessert. It comes from Mughal cuisine which makes it sinfully tasty. It is an aromatic sweet that is loaded with ghee, chana dal, milk, sugar and nuts. Milk soaked saffron lends a beautiful colour and aroma to this halwa. […]

 
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Carrot Halwa

Gajar ka Halwa is a dessert associated mainly with the North India. It is eaten in most special occassions like parties and festivals. Is is served hot during the winter. Gajar ka Halwa contains grated carrots, milk, sugar and ghee. Khoya can also be added to make it more richer. […]

 
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Quick Biscuit Cake

This is a very quick, tempting and easy recipe of cake and is prepared with very few ingredients. Kids are surely going to love this. So treat your little ones to this chocolate flavoured biscuit cake. A fantastic treat that is perfect to serve at small get togethers or simply […]

 
Bengali Recipe, Desserts

Sandesh

Sandesh is a sweet treat that can be made in a matter of few minutes. It is one of West Bengal’s most popular desserts. Sandesh is made with chhena and sugar along with any kind of flavour or essence you like. Here khoya is also added to enhance its taste.¬† […]

 
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Custard Khubani Ka Meetha

Khubani ka meetha, a popular apricot dessert of Hyderabad is served with custard and malai. The layers of dessert make it more appetizing. This dish is perfect for those who always look something different after meal. Topping with cream and dry fruits make an excellent presentation of this dessert. Preparation […]

 
Bengali Recipe, Desserts

Malai Chop

Malai Chop is a traditional Bengali dessert that is made with chhena and has a delectable taste of cream. No celebration is complete without this. This¬† wonderful sweet is definitely Bengal’s sweetest gift to the world. Promotional Note – Also, visit my page to see reviews/feedback on my kitchen products/tools, […]