A trip down memory lane just isn’t complete without revisiting favourite desserts. This would make my top 5 list. A variation of the popular Indian /Mughlai dessert, Khubani ka Meetha, this recipe makes good use of dried apricots to give it … Continue reading
This halwa is a rich, sweet and deeply satisfying dessert. You can make it as light as you like or cloyingly sweet, depending on your tolerance levels of sugar. In my mind, it is firmly associated with Diwali and the … Continue reading
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In India, Makar Sankranti signifies the end of long, cold wintry days. It heralds in spring and a feeling of festivity. In a Maharashtrian household, Sankranti is traditionally celebrated with til laddoos. These are a delicious combination of sesame seeds (til) and jaggery … Continue reading