Classic thumbrint cookies spiced up and filled with a homemade orange compote – Xmas Special Cookie
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.
Avial, a traditional South Indian curry made using a mix of vegetables and a delicately spiced masala with coconut, cumin seeds and green chillies – the perfect accompaniment to rice
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
Hot cross buns but EGGFREE! One for your daughter, one for you son, you just cannot miss this Hot Cross Bun 🙂 Get the detailed no-fail recipe here.
Tried and tested recipe for 7 cup cake – an Indian fudge sweet made using besan, ghee, coconut and semolina. Perfect for any festive occasion.
Payasam (read what Wikipedia has to say) especially in the South of India is considered to be God’s favorite food. Hence it generally occupies center stage in most festivals