Lobongo Lotika, also known as Laung Latika is a classic Bengali sweetmeat where a pastry dough envelops a stuffing made of milk solid known as kheer. The folds are sealed using a lobongo or a clove before they are deep-fried and dunked in thick sugar syrup. This Bengali sweet recipe of lobongo lotika gives you the perfect crunchy texture on the outside with a juicy and rich centre.
Peraki is a seasonal Bengali dessert that resembles a turnover with a rich stuffing of milk solids or khowa, grated coconut, chopped nuts and date palm jaggery. These are deep-fried and then dipped in warm sugar syrup to get a crunchy texture on the outside while the centre remains juicy.
This Lemon Blueberry Cake is all about celebrating the flavor of lemon combined with the tang of blueberries. We have made a simple blueberry compote and then baked a lemon cake with blueberry swirls. To make it look a bit prettier, sliced the lemon blueberry cake into two halves and filled some fresh whipped cream between.
One bite into a slice of Chocolate Date Walnut Cake and you get the crunch of walnuts along with the beautiful sweetness of dates. This cake is perfect as a snack as each slice comes with the goodness of both walnuts and dates packed in it. It is absolutely easy to make and so versatile that you can modify the recipe as it suits you.
Now, there are numerous versions of traditional Christmas Plum Cake recipes, which call for a number of alcoholic ingredient. However, I find this dark fruitcake with rum the perfect for this season. With a dash of our old favourite Old Monk rum, red wine and a hint of spices as the plum-cake ingredients, this Christmas rum fruitcake recipe is a keeper
This eggless Christmas Plum Cake recipe is the simple and eggless version of the popular Rum-soaked Fruit & Nut Plum Cake Recipe on my blog.