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2 reviews
 
1hr

We've made this recipe for over 40 years and I promise it won't disappoint!

Recipe by: PREGOCOOK

 
No reviews
 
30min

Easy to make coconut laddoos. I love the way they crumble.

Recipe by: Priyanka

 
1 review
 
20min

Besan halwa is a rich, sweet, traditional Punjabi favourite for celebrations and puja. It's also great for curing sore throats.

Recipe by: Priyanka

 
No reviews
 
2hr20min

I have always LOVED carrot murrabba. This is my mom's recipe. The carrots in this recipe are perfect- neither too crunchy nor too soft. Coated with syrup, they are jewel red, glistening like sticks of rubies. The crushed cardamom brings another dimension to the flavour.

Recipe by: Priyanka

 
No reviews
 
30min

Banana Fritters are generally made when the bananas get too ripe and it is a good sweet dish eaten with tea.

Recipe by: Louella

 
No reviews
 
7hr10min

It is a very traditional goan sweet dish. It is something my Mom used to make for tea and as my Mom used to say "it is strengthening and good for you". It is like a porridge that can be eaten hot or chilled. When chilled it is more like a pudding.

Recipe by: Louella

 
No reviews
 
2hr20min

So rich, completely satisfies your chocolate cravings and really easy to make too. Fantastic for cold monsoon evenings with a hot cup of coffee. Enjoy!

Recipe by: lovelygirl

 
1 review
 
30min

These easy treats are great for dunking into chai on cold rainy days. The neighborhood kids decorated them in colours of the flag for a yummy and cool school project. You can change colours and patterns suitable to any festival. These make great gifts also. Happy Independence Day!

Recipe by: Priyanka

 
No reviews
 
35min

Coffee in one hand and a decadent, melt in your mouth, warm muffin rolled in cinnamon sugar in the other. Ahhh!

Recipe by: betsy

 
3 reviews
 
40min

These healthy and ever popular muffins will always be a hit on your breakfast table. Send them as snacks in your kid's lunch box or enjoy with chai after your afternoon siesta.

Recipe by: SWIZZLESTICKS

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