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Suji Ka Halwa (Sheera)

Suji Ka Halwa (Sheera)

With festivals around the corner, it’s time to delve in the goodness of sweet delights. While every region has its traditional specialty, one of the easiest and quickest dessert to make is Suji ka Halwa. This crumbly, sweet, and delicious dessert is usually made with semolina […]

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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 […]

NUTELLA BROWNIES

NUTELLA BROWNIES

Ever felt overworked, stressed, frazzled, sucker punched in the gut and taken for granted. Or as if all the air was sucked out of you. I have for long been trying to shut down that part of my mind and let go, but deep down something […]

Roman Custard

Roman Custard

Yes, it has been a while since I featured dessert here. I have been ranting about my busy schedules and that meant less baking. Last week though, I made this easy roman custard which literally requires 3 ingredients which are usually part of a pantry […]

Mango and Coconut Pannacotta

Mango and Coconut Pannacotta

Panna cotta is an Italian dessert made from sweetened and thickened cream and other added flavorings. It is perfect to beat the summer heat. But then, any season or time is a good time to devourer this.  This simple yet elegant cream dessert tastes brilliant […]

Pista Sandesh

Pista Sandesh

I have ‘Sandesh‘ for you today. Sandesh, translated in Hindi literally means ‘news’ or a ‘message’. Today’s post is definitely not just a message – it is a sweet message. 🙂  If you ask a Bengali what Sandesh is, they will tell you it is an […]

Malai Peda

Malai Peda

Peda is a very popular sweet from the Indian subcontinent, usually prepared from thick condensed milk, khoya, and sugar. A lot of variations are found all over India using traditional flavorings, including cardamom seeds, pistachio nuts and saffron. As such the colour varies from a […]


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