A festive tea cake with flavours of saffron and kewra (screwpine) – goes wonderfully with a cup of coffee and tea. No eggs used.
This quick and easy recipe for Burfi made using milk powder uses 4 ingredients and takes 20 minutes! Tinged pink with beet juice, they make pretty homemade gifts.
This Persian inspired Saffron Rice studded with lightly sautéed dried fruits and nuts is a showstopper of a dish, perfect for any festive occasion.
This 4 ingredient dessert from Bengal is sure to have you licking the spoon this festive season. Super easy to prepare, this dessert is a must try!
This Kesar Badam Kheer with pumpkin is my Mum’s super hit recipe. It is creamy and thick, with the flavour of saffron lingering on your tastebuds making you crave for more!
Kesar Nankhatai |Saffron Recipes – Recipe for Saffron flavoured Nankhatai, Indian shortbread cookie Saffron Nankhatai / Saffron Cookies Diwali is just round the corner. Which means it’s the roll-up-your-sleeves and get-down-to-cleaning time of the… [Continue Reading]
Nankhatai or Naankhatai is the original Indian cookie, with a super simple recipe. The perfect accompaniment to a cuppa tea.
Who says all Diwali snacks need to be loaded with calories? Try this pan roasted Chivda that is ready in just 20 minutes. Delicious and crunchy!
This is possibly the quickest and easiest Indian sweet you (or your child) can churn out. Be it for a festival or a potluck, this is a saviour in the life of a busy cook.
Chocolate Burfi in 30 minutes – a go to sweet to prepare for Diwali or any other festival or an Indian potluck dinner!
Recipe for Okkarai – a traditional Diwali recipe from my family that uses chana dal and jaggery
A simple payasam naturally sweetened with dates and the flavour from cashews