Kozhukatta or steamed balls made using flattened rice could be enjoyed as a filling breakfast or an evening snack.
Halwa is an iconic Indian sweet that is loved by both kids and adults alike.
Kesari is a popular Indian dessert that is made with semolina and sugar.
Gulab jamun is one of the most popular Indian desserts that are enjoyed by both kids and adults alike.
Jackfruits are in season and tasty chakka varatty and pradhaman (dessert) could be easily made using fresh jackfruit bulbs.
This summer, try stirring up some traditional Indian chillers and street drinks, made from seasonal fruits, herbs and spices.
Let’s get you started with some healthy yet tasty home-made snack recipes for the summer holidays.
With time, traditional Indian sweets have seen some changes, with the addition of a little modernity - read 'fusion mithais'.
Kashi halwa a yummy halwa which is quite famous among the sweet lovers in Tamil Nadu is easy to prepare delicious sweet.
Though almost exclusively made in Goa and in some Goan Catholic homes in Mumbai, the origins of the dessert, which is popular with the state's sizeable Christian community, are mired in a variety of legends.