Flavour Indulgence

Exotic Flavours Handcrafted For Indulgence

Sweets

Besan Ka Halwa (Chikpea Flour Pudding)

Besan (Gram flour or Chikpea flour) ka Halwa is a commonly prepared sweet dish in most Indian families during different pujas or festivals. There may be little variation in recipe or ingredients in different households. Here is my version of the Besan ka Halwa using milk though I sometimes prepare it without milk. Read on further for my recipe. Ingredients: Besan – 80 grams Ghee – 2 tbsp Milk – […]

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Dry Fruits Laddu

It’s been really long I wrote a post here. I so missed it. But I was so held up in some other activities that I would not have any energy left at the end of the day to sit in front of the screen and write. Finally I could make up some time for myself and here I am. This time I am here with a healthy and delicious laddu […]

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Paneer Halwa

Paneer Halwa is a delicious sweet dish that can be served either as a snack or desert. It’s a calorie dense (good ones of course) dish. So, it should be consumed in less quantity 🙂 . It can prepared either with store bought paneer or freshly prepared Chhena. If preparing from chhena, make sure to drain out all the water from it. It should be completely dry. In this recipe […]

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Khira Gaintha – An Authentic Odiya Sweet Dish

Khira Gaintha is yet another famous authentic sweet dish from the state of Odisha. It’s prepared as offering during most Odiya festivals. Khira in Odiya means milk and gaintha means dumplings. In this dish we prepare dumplings out of rice flour and then cook those in milk. Read on for the recipe of this delicious sweet dish. Ingredients: Rice flour – 1 cup Water – 3 cups Salt – a […]

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Eggless Caramel Custard (Flan)

Caramel custard is an all time favorite desert amongst my family members. This eggless version of caramel custard or flan requires no steaming, no baking and is very easy to make. Just assemble the ingredients and set in refrigerator. Taa da.. desert is ready. Read on further for the recipe. Ingredients: Milk – 900 ml Fresh cream – 200 ml Sugar – 4 tbsp (adjust to taste) Sugar (for caramelizing) […]

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Doodh Peni

Peni is like very thin noodles which is prepared from all purpose flour and ghee. This doodh peni is a very famous sweet dish around southern parts of India. During the festival of Diwali, almost all households prepare this and the sale of instant peni surges like anything. Previously peni used to be prepared at home manually. But these days easy availability of peni at sweet shops and super markets […]

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Keto Chocolate Mousse

Chocolate mousse is my toddler’s all time favorite. Even at times I love to indulge in the heavenly chocolaty mousse. My physician has advised me to follow low carbohydrate diet because of some medical issues. And there was I craving for something sweet very badly. But then I wanted it to be guilt free as well. So I went ahead and prepared this heavenly keto friendly (Ketogenic diet is a […]

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Oats Porridge with Raisins

Oats is considered to be one of the healthiest whole grains with innumerable benefits. It’s a good source of carbohydrate and dietary fiber. It helps in lowering cholesterol level in body. There are many recipes those can be prepared using oats. Oats porridge or kheer can be had as a breakfast item. This recipe is hassle free and can be prepared instantly. Here is the recipe. Ingredients: Rolled Oats – […]

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Healthy Ragi (Finger Millet) Laddu – with Video

Ragi or Nachni or Finger Millet is a very healthy cereal with wide health benefits. It’s consumed all over the country in different forms. It’s very famous mostly in the southern parts of India. Ragi has innumerable health benefits. Allow me explain some of those. Gluten free : Ragi is gluten free. So, people with gluten intolerance can consume it without being worried. Cooling : Ragi is said to have […]

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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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