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Shahi Tukda (Indian Bread Pudding with thickened milk)

Shahi Tukda (Indian Bread Pudding with thickened milk)

Shahi Tukda: Indian Bread pudding with thickened milk Made with fried bread, dipped in thickened milk, and dry fruits and infused with a hint of cardamom, Shahi Tukda is the ultimate winter dessert to snuggle with. Shahi Tukda literally means ‘a royal piece‘ which is […]

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Rava Coconut Ladoo

Rava Coconut Ladoo

Rava Coconut Ladoo are small balls made from semolina and coconut to satiate your sweet tooth and give you some quick doses of energy. Ladoo’s are an omnipresent sweet – and by this I do not only mean its unmistakable presence in every festival in India. […]

Mango Angoori Rasmalai

Mango Angoori Rasmalai

If you loved my Angoori Rasmalai post, this variation and twist with the addition of Mangoes, Mango Angoori Rasmalai will blow your mind away. My affair with mangoes is unstoppable and this fruit never fails to give me a sinful and indulgent treat ever. And […]

Shrikhand Mousse with Peanut Brittle

Shrikhand Mousse with Peanut Brittle

Happy Holi everyone! To celebrate Holi, I am sharing with you a dessert called ‘Shrikhand Mousse with Peanut Brittle’ . It is a fusion I created to blend two very easy Indian desserts into one. The presentation is tweeked adding a touch of elegance to […]

Angoori Rasmalai

Angoori Rasmalai

The Diwali joy spills over and continues here and I am sharing one of my all-time favourite Indian desserts Rasmalai. These delicious super soft milk cheese balls are so delicate and have an astonishingly melt-in-your-mouth feel that will leave you desiring for more. They are extremely tender […]

Kaju Katli – 2 ingredients only

Kaju Katli – 2 ingredients only

We are celebrating Diwali, one of the biggest and brightest festivals of India in all its festivity here in Denmark. Diwali celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. Diwali literally means a ‘row of lighted lamps’. The festival lasts […]

Chiroti / Chirote

Chiroti / Chirote

Dessert makes us go weak in the knees. Don’t they? There is no denying the fact, that desserts give a befitting end to any meal. And we as Indians have a penchant for sweets, no doubt. Flavours from the south have made way all across […]


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