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Indian Dessert Recipes
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Rakhi is one of my most favourite Indian festivals. It is the time to finally celebrate the most annoying people in our lives aka our siblings. Hahah hoping my sister is not reading this. And what better way to celebrate than to make a rose milk cake. It is the perfect combination of interesting baking techniques that meets the gorgeous flavours of our country.
I love everything about crepes, from making them to eating them! They’re super simple to make, delicious to eat, and incredibly versatile! The best part about these crepes is that you can experiment with a variety of flavours like rose and pistachio, saffron and flaked almonds, or any other idea you may have!
Chikki is a traditional Indian sweet generally made from nuts and jaggery/sugar. There are several different varieties of chikki in addition to the most common groundnut (peanut) chikki. Chikkis are made using a combination of ingredients. Special chikkis are made out of cashews, almonds, pistachios, and also sesame seeds.
These homemade peanut butter cups are amazing and in my opinion are better than Reese's peanut butter cups. They require so few ingredients and you can use whatever chocolate that you want. All you need is peanut butter, butter, powdered sugar, salt, and of course, chocolate! This is one of my most requested desserts/candies to make. If I can do it, you can do it.
For our eggless blueberry cheesecake I have used digestive biscuits. I really appreciate how they taste super earthy and have seamless crunch. You can use any biscuit that you prefer. For the liquid element I have used regular amul salted butter. The reason we add melted butter is that all the biscuit crumbs can get evenly coated with butter and no dry crumb is left behind.
I am honestly obsessed with mangoes at the moment and it is hard for me to think that someone might not be. Using seasonal fruits in desserts is always a good choice. It makes any dessert stand out even more and gets everyone excited to try it out. My one bowl mango cake is one of the easiest cakes to make. I love to top it off with some cream cheese frosting.
One thing festivals are incomplete without is of course, dessert! These super simple thandai custard cups are for sure going to make your Holi a little more special. These thandai custard cups are so easy to make. They’ve got layers of crushed biscuits, a smooth thandai custard, and some gorgeous gulab jamun on top. I mean, how decadent does that sound!
Who doesn’t love Rasmalai? Count me out because honestly, I can gobble up ten of them in one go. And making a Rasmalai flavored Tres Leches sounded like the perfect opportunity to try out something new and festive in the kitchen. This cake tastes very similar to our beloved Ras malai and that’s exactly why you should be making it this Holi!
Holi is just around the corner and I am here with the best and the easiest Thandai recipe. I know that I usually stick to contemporary recipes and the blog is not very ‘Indian’. Baking contemporary recipes is actually my thing. I wanted to stick to baking and combining new and interesting things. But, I know Holi is such a beautiful festival.