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The famous sweet syrup-soaked bundis from the Indian traditional menu is here. Bundis are small dough balls that are served as a dessert and snack in different parts of South Asia. The batter for these balls is made out of gram flour, and then different colors are added to make different color fried balls. Then those balls are soaked in ...

I personally loved to serve this cake along with evening tea and snack. It takes hardly a few minutes to assemble. And if you store the whisked cream filling ready in your refrigerator, then it will even get easier. Here we have used grated chocolate to garnish the cake but you can experiment with all kinds of delicious and suitable ...

You must have tried different types of Swiss roll cakes as a dessert. But this Swiss roll is quick and easy to make as it is made without any use oven. The cake batter is cooked in a covered skillet on an electric stove. It tastes just as good as any other oven-baked Swiss roll. There is a layer of ...

This time we are making halwa with an entirely different set of ingredients, mainly the Bread! That’s right! And even tastes great. The bread is first deeply fried and then cooked and soaked in the saffron mixture, which infuses very soothing flavors into it. Then it is roughly mashed to get a Halwa texture. Toasted nuts are then added to ...

It is basically a jelly pudding that is made out of mainly sweet coconut water and agar-agar powder. You can also skip sugar from the recipe if you want a low-carb pudding. The coconut flesh is added to the pudding not only to make it look tempting and irresistible, but the chunks of the flesh taste great inside the pudding. ...