This cake has lovely notes of rose and cardamom. The almond meal and semolina gives it an incredible texture, pistachios add a nice crunch.
Nobody would believe you made these in 10 minutes. Packed in a beautiful box, these make a great gift too. Also a big hit at kids’ parties (okay, adults too).
No better way to use up overripe bananas than making this Blueberry-Banana loaf.
A unconventional Eid fusion dessert which will leave your guests asking for more.
Craving a warm bowl of halwa but don’t have sooji (semolina) on hand? We will tell you which ingredients to buy from a standard German grocery store to make it.
A picky eater approved recipe, even though this is a healthier version. It’s one of the favorite school lunch box item for my kids.
Who says desserts can’t be healthy? Or healthy desserts can’t be delicious? This creamy, caramelised sweet potato halwa is a healthy and delicious sweet treat.
Meet the easy-to-make, crunchy-from-outside-soft-from-inside, chewy and chocolatey oats cookies. They are perfect to be made quickly, without having to use any fancy equipments and using just one bowl and a whisk.
Kaiserschmarrn is the German version of a fluffy pancake, served shredded along with applesauce. We made our variation healthier, by using oatmeal and raw sugar, instead of refined flour and sugar.
This gajar ka halwa uses dates instead of sugar for sweetness, and contains limited amount of ghee. If you use an instant pot or pressure cooker, this halwa will be done in less than 30 minutes. The cooking technique ensures that the nutritional content is maximized while keeping the flavors intact.