10 Tried and tested dessert recipes

  1. Besan Laddu: Indian festival of lights and sweets is incomplete without Besan Laddus (gram flour sweet). This is the recipe we have been using from generations and it is simply the best. You’ll know when you try it out.
  2. Sheer Korma: This is the most important dessert prepared during the festival of Eid. Made from Vermicilli, milk and dry fruits, Sheer Korma is something you just can’t miss indulging in during Eid.
  3. Modak: Lord Ganesha’s favorite sweetmeat. You will find it available all across Maharashtra during the Ganesh Festival. The best thing is that Modaks have so many amazing variations that you can never decide which one is your favorite. Nothing beats the magic when you prepare Modaks fresh at home. Check out Moong Dal Modak recipe, Fruits Modak recipe, Cucumber Modak recipe and the super delicious Fried Modak recipe here.
  4. Bengali Sandesh: If we know someone who is visiting Kolkata, we end up requesting the person to get Bengali Sandesh for sure. The authentic sweet of Kolkata slowly melts in the mouth and leaves us wanting for more. Now, you can try it out yourself and guess what, this recipe is from the renowned and my favorite Indian Chef Sanjeev Kapoor.
  5. Apple dry fruit crepe: Sometimes you wish to try out an exotic sweet dish. Apple dry fruit crepe is one dessert people will ask you “Really, you made it?” I got this exotic recipe from Zee Marathi’s Aamhi Saare Khavayye show on myPOPKORN and it came out really well. The recipe video is in Marathi. In case you wish to have it in English, do let me know.
  6. Aviri Kudumulu / Savory Meatballs: An authentic South Indian delicacy. Again sourced myPOPKORN and it’s from Zee Telugu TV Channel.
  7. Christmas Fruit Cake: All right, this is a vegetarian recipes blog but when I came across this yummy traditional Christmas Fruit Cake recipe video on YouTube, I couldn’t help but share it with you. Call it a sweet exception!
  8. Mix Fruit Pudding:Fruits, milk, China grass, jelly, chocolate and custard powder go in the making of delectable Mix Fruit Pudding. If your mouth is watering already, .
  9. Healthy Ladoo: If you love sweets but also want to eat healthy, this is the recipe that will please your sweet tooth just right. This Moong-Udad Dal Ladoo is one of the healthiest ways to bring in Diwali festivities.
  10. Phirni: Again a not-to-miss Indian dessert. This delicious jaggery and walnuts Phirni recipe by Sanjeev Kapoor has been featured in the popular cookery show Khana Khazana.

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