Gur besan burfi

I recently made this gur besan burfi. Besan burfi is a very popular Indian sweet and is enjoyed specially during festive times such as Diwali; although it is readily available in Indian grocery shops throughout the year! It is usually made with besan ( gram flour), ghee (clarified […]

Pista badam peda

This pista badam peda (pistachhio-almond Indian sweet) is a healthy option for your sweet corner this Diwali. Or in fact for any other time when you crave something sweet. These three ingredient bite sized beauties are very easy to make, does not contain oodles of refined sugar and […]

Baked saffron yogurt

This baked saffron yogurt is one of the easiest recipes that you’ll ever make. It has just a few ingredients and is super easy to put together. And then, you just sit back and let the oven and the fridge do the rest of the work. And what […]

Dates, figs and nuts burfi (no added sugar)

The Indian festive season is in full swing and this means plenty of feasting on sweets and savouries. This dates, figs and nuts burfi (no added sugar) is a healthier option to enjoy during this time. Along with the dates and figs, it is loaded with an assortment […]

Kesa mithoi / Assamese no-cook rice flour laddu

Enjoying these kesa mithoi / Assamese no-cook rice flour laddu after ages. To be honest, the craving for these sweet treats was triggered when ma recently sent a photo and it brought back a whole lot of memories. In the photo, there was a bowl of kesa mithoi […]

Gur diya narikolor laru (Coconut balls with jaggery)

These Gur diya narikolor laru (coconut balls with jaggery) were made to celebrate Rongali Bihu, the Assamese festival that is celebrated to usher in the Assamese New Year. Fresh grated coconut is mixed with a jaggery syrup. The mixture is then cooked and rolled into balls. Bihu? Assam, […]