Flavour Indulgence

Exotic Flavours Handcrafted For Indulgence

Desert

Sheera

Sheera aka Rava Kesari aka Sooji Halwa is a widely prepared sweet dish all through the states of India during various festivals. The name may differ from state to state. But method of preparation is almost the same (minute variations may be seen).  Sooji or semolina is manufactured from wheat. Sheera is generally prepared by roasting semolina and then adding sugar and dry fruits of your choice. You may choose […]

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Honey Joys

Honey joys are kid friendly, one of the most liked snack item all over the world. It does not require any fancy ingredient or cooking skill. It can be prepared within 15 minutes.. no fuss.  The original recipe calls for addition of powdered sugar along with honey. But I did not add any. Instead I added some chopped almonds and some mixed nuts. Please read on for the ingredients and […]

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Mava Coconut Barfi

Mava (Khova) is condensed milk solid which is easily available in any Indian sweet shop or supermarket. It is mostly used in preparing different kinds of sweets and desert items.  Here I have prepared coconut barfi with mava. Read on for the recipe.   Ingredients: Mava – 150 grams Desiccated coconut – 50 grams Sugar – 2 tbsp (can be adjusted to taste) Cardamon powder – 1 tsp Ghee – […]

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Poda Pitha

Poda pitha (Cake with burnt flavour) is a type of cake that is mostly prepared during Raja festival in Odisha. There are different types of poda pitha being prepared from different combinations of ingredients. There is one type that is prepared using the regular dosa batter (rice and split black gram batter) as a base and then another type where cooked rice flour is used as the base. Here I […]

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Baked Cheesecake

Generally cheesecakes are not baked. But this magical three ingredient cheese cake is a baked one and tastes delicious. Ingredients: Ricotta cheese – 300 grams Sugar – as per taste Cardamom powder – 1 tsp Ghee or Clarified butter (for greasing baking pan) Method of preparation: Take ricotta cheese in a mixing bowl and whisk lightly till slight grainy smooth texture. Add sugar (I have used Tata lite powdered sweetener) […]

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Sugar Free Rasgolla

Though this East Indian beauty does not need any introduction, please allow me to write wee bit 🙂 Rasgolla is a sweet delicacy prepared from freshly prepared chhena (cottage cheese) by splitting milk. And then boiling the chhena dumplings in light sugar syrup. This is popular through out the country and abroad as well. This was my first experiment with Rasgolla. So I tried with one litre of milk and […]

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