Matka Kulfi is an Indian summer dessert where milk is thickened with chopped nuts and saffron before freezing them in, either terracotta moulds (known as matka or matki) or conical kulfi moulds. It is kind of a no-churn Indian ice cream that is rich, creamy and has chopped nuts in it. With a little bit of planning and overnight chilling, I will tell you how to make some delicious homemade kesar-badam matka kulfi using Milkmaid or condensed milk.
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 homemade granola recipe with honey and rolled oats is healthy, vegan and refined sugar-free. Oats and honey combined with chopped nuts, seeds and dried fruits give you the very best granola for weight loss and healthy living. Here I will give you the ultimate granola recipe with tones of alternates and variations so that you can make the best healthy granola with whatever you have in your pantry!
This spiced Apple Cake recipe is perfect as a fall baking recipe. When the market is flooded with the juiciest of the apples and there’s a nip in the air, this mildly spicy and a tad bit boozy Apple Cake can lift your spirits in a jiffy.
In simpler terms, this nutty meatless malai kofta curry is pure indulgence. Mildly spiced cottage cheese koftas dunked in nutty and luscious white gravy always makes for a centerpiece to the festive dinner table. Often said to be a decadent Mughlai recipe, this malai kofta curry is surely a keeper!
This whole wheat cake recipe is for those who love cakes but get worried about those extra calories. This easy cake recipe is 50% whole wheat flour cake recipe with no butter and minimum sugar. On top of everything, it is loaded with dried fruits & nuts which makes it a healthy snack recipe.
Kalakand is a South Asian sweetmeat, made with fresh cottage cheese, milk and sugar. Said to have its origin in Alwar in Rajasthan, it is hugely popular in the Indian subcontinent and can be found at every sweet shop. This is a quick & easy recipe for kalakand, using freshly curdled cheese or paneer, a can of condensed milk and a tiny bit of sugar.