This traditional dessert is the centre of attraction in every festival and occasion in India (especially Diwali). This delicious dessert is not just loved in India but also, in countries like Nepal, Myanmar, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Mauritius. This sweet dish is delicious and adds soul to any dessert platter - try this for your next celebration.
Besan laddoo is a popular Indian sweet dish made of besan (chickpea flour or gram flour), sugar, and ghee. The secret of these irresistible sweet balls full of flavor lies in the careful preparation of the right ingredients. Besan laddoos are often served during religious festivals. Try this recipe for Diwali or Thanksgiving.
Pistachio and Chocolate Burfi
Try this show-stopping Indian recipe that never fails to impress. This mouthwatering treat will become a request for every special event. For a nut-free version check out our traditional chocolate Barfi. Perfect for Diwali and all holiday occasions.
Mawa Kheer (Indian dessert)
Similar to rice pudding and sprinkled with raisins, almonds, and cashews, this decadent treat, often made for special occasions such as Ramadan, Holi or Diwali, makes a great special pudding any time. Try this Mawa Kheer recipe and discover an easy and quick Indian dessert to impress your friends and family at home.
Orange scented Gulab Jamun
Gulab jamun is an Indian dessert of fried dough balls that are soaked in a sweet, sticky sugar syrup. As per tradition, the syrup has a delicate rose flavour: Gulab means 'rose water' and jamun refers to a berry of a similar size and colour.
Try making this delicious orange scented Gulab Jamun and elevate your next dinner party.