Gajar Halwa is a quintessential Indian winter dessert in most household. Finely grated carrots are slow cooked in whole milk until the carrot is cooked, and the milk is completely absorbed and melting in the mouth. Flavored with cardamom, it feels divine at every spoonful!
Rasmalai or Roshomalai are spongy fresh cottage cheese dumplings that are dunked in creamy cardamom and saffron milk. It is one of the most famous Indian desserts that always brightens the festive mood. The recipe is simple with few steps to keep in mind for the perfect texture of Rasmalai
Crunchy on the outside and juicy inside, rustic golden spirals that make a centerpiece at every festival in India – Jalebi! People like it for breakfast and people like it for dessert. Some like it hot and crispy, others prefer it soft and at room temperature. It can be either served with sweet rabdi or with cold sour yogurt. It’s tough to not pick one when you see a pile of Jalebi gleaming in golden syrup.