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Milk-based Indian Sweets and Desserts - Indian Food - About.com
Most Indians will confess to having a sweet-tooth. Can you blame them? The delicious variety available is too much to resist! Indian desserts are made with ...
Sweets and Desserts - Indian Food - About.com
Most Indians will confess to having a sweet-tooth. Can you blame them? The delicious variety available is too much to resist!
Famous Desserts From Northern India - Indian Food - About.com
Creamy Phirni is a North Indian dessert, delicately flavored with cardamom and saffron. Fruit pulp can be added to this basic recipe for a delicious twist on an ...
Make Gulab Jamun - Indian Food - About.com
Gulab Jamun is among India's most popular desserts! This delicious dessert consists of dumplings traditionally made of thickened or reduced milk, soaked in ...
5 Popular Bengali Sweets and Desserts - Indian Food - About.com
If the popularity of Rasgulla, Sandesh and Mishti Doi is anything to go by, the Bengalis from Eastern India sure know a great deal about sweet making. Here are ...
Panjiri - Punjiri - Panjeeri Indian Dessert Recipe - Indian Food
This delicious North Indian dessert is usually given to new mothers, as an aid to lactation. The ingredients in it are believed to increase milk supply! Health ...
Ras Malai - Dessert Recipe - Indian Food - About.com
Probably my favorite dessert, Ras Malai is dumplings made from cottage or ricotta cheese soaked in sweetened, thickened milk delicately flavored with ...
Making Sugar Syrup for Indian Desserts - Indian Food - About.com
Sugar syrup is used in a lot of Indian sweets and desserts in varying consistencies. Terms like one- or two-thread consistency are often used in connection with ...
Badam Almond Halwa Indian Dessert Recipe
Badam Halwa is a regal dessert fit for Kings! While the recipe does not call for too many ingredients, nor is the process a complex one, it takes love and time to ...
Kulfi Recipe - the Indian Version of Ice-Cream
This dessert ended up being too sweet for me (I had to add milk to cut the sweetness when eating it). The recipe was easy enough, but the kulfi didn't freeze ...