Bolo de Rulao is a coconut and semolina cake which is also called Bolo de Batica.This is a Goan cake recipe. In Portuguese language 'bolo' means cake.
Mohanthal is an Indian dessert prepared in many auspicious occasions especially during Diwali. It is popular in Gujarat. Gram flour, khoya, milk and nuts mixed togethar to form square barfis.
Gur ke chawal is a rice dessert, sweetened with jaggery. It is generally eaten as is but you can have it a little warm milk also.
There are tastes that can remain impressed forever in our memory. This dessert is one of them, it can go down well at the end of any special meal. It's quick and easy.
One of the most loved Indian dessert gets a fruity makeover! Rice kheer with an added punch of apples, red grapes and nuts.
Payesh is a popular Bengali dessert similar to kheer. This version is made with paneer, saffron, milk and cardamom.
The traditional recipe for malpua uses refined flour. This recipe uses ragi flour, atta and oats. Wholesome and guilt free.
One dessert most people look forward to in the winter months is gajar ka halwa. Who would have thought that this indulgent dessert, traditionally laden with clarified butter and solidified and evaporated milk could be adapted to a dairy free version ...
A delectable and fragrant milk and rice based Indian dessert served in mitti ke kasore. Milk thickened with rice flour and flavored with cardamom, saffron, rose water and rose petal powder.
Marut Sikka whips up the all time favorite Indian dessert, Rasmalai with freshly made chenna.
You know you are a true Indian cuisine fan when you need a bowl of kheer or a bite of sandesh even after a 16 course meal. Take the yum factor up a notch with these invincible classics. Who in their right mind would turn these down? Here are our 10 best Indian dessert recipes that we think are a mu...