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.
Payesh is a popular Bengali dessert similar to kheer. This version is made with paneer, saffron, milk and cardamom.
This dish is also know known as 'Khao Neow Ma Muang'. A classic Thai dessert where sticky rice are cooked with coconut milk and served with diced mangoes.
A deliciously delicate hot souffle made with no flour, no milk and no butter. Enjoy this French classic, the guilt free way.
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 ...
Simple ingredients like flour, butter and milk come together to make this exotic dessert topped with some vanilla sauce.
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.
Aditya Bal cooks a thick creamy kheer made with rice, custard apple and loads of nuts in Maheshwar.
A preparation of milk, sugar and parsai. Parsai is a rice like ingredient, permissible to consume during the Navratra fasts (vrat).