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.
This is the perfect seasonal dessert that could make the Easter feast interesting. Check out the recipe.
Traditionally, gujiyas are prepared with 'maida' stuffed with 'mava' or 'khoya' and dry fruits, and after fry, it was dipped in sugar syrup.
Started in 2016, Zoet is the brainchild of Sana and Geeta Bector. Zoet meaning 'sweet' in Dutch, aims to bake and create dessert that is sweet and complex in flavour yet simple and delicious.
The inspiration for Zoet came out of Sana's grandmother's kitchen who started Cremica when she decided to make and sell ice cream out of her home.
Celebrate Republic Day by indulging in culinary delights - revel and partake in our country's love affair with delicious food!
Home-maker and delectable delicacies expert Neenu opens up about her hobby-turned-business venture of gift-wrapping a collection of home-made sweets to make special occasions more special.