Thandai Mousse Cake (Eggless), how to make thandai mousse cake

Thandai Mousse Cake, how to make thandai mousse cakeThandai is an all time favourite drink for Holi and its time to surprise you guys with today’s recipe of mine. A spin on the classic thandai, my thandai mousse cake is sure to turn heads around. I don’t believe in showing off, hahaha! but this cake is my work of art and a little boasting isn’t that bad. I wanted to do a recipe using thandai since long but coming up with something unique was my motto so after a lot of brainstorming I finally ended up with the thought of this recipe. I had never made it before, so I was a bit suspicious but the end result was just unbelievable. Continue reading

Kesar Badam Cupcakes with Shrikhand Frosting

Kesar Badam Cupcakes with Shrikhand Frosting, how to make kesar badam cupcakes with shrikhand frostingThe festive season has already begun with Holi around the corner, preparations everywhere are on full swing so why do I stay back. The festival of colours brings a chance to devour into the best desserts and like you know desserts make me go crazy, I have some Indo-fusion desserts to share with you all so that everyone of you can make them for Holi and stay as crazy as me. HaHa! Kidding! Well, you won’t go crazy but you may get a thumbs up for these Indo-fused dessert preparations. Continue reading

Motichoor Rabdi Parfait, how to make motichoor rabdi parfait

MOTICHOOR RABDI PARFAIT - INDIAN DESSERT IN WESTERN STYLEDesserts are overwhelming for me, I can never get bored of making them. May be I can get the hang and soon get bored of eating them but when it comes to some innovation with desserts I never look back, never ever! just like I have this blog post for you today and this is again a dessert post, actually its a EAST meets WEST dessert recipe today. The ingredients used are totally Indian but the serving technique and the name given is western. Continue reading


FIG/ANJEER HALWAHalwa is a popular Indian sweet since ancient times, there are a ton of halwa variations from semolina halwa, flour halwa, fruit halwa, vegetable halwa and the list goes on. The most common halwa prepared on a regular basis in Indian households are semolina halwa and gajar ka halwa. I made Anjeer/fig halwa yesterday and I am here today to give away my way of making this sweet, it is really easy, you cannot miss out on making it. Continue reading


DSC_0001 (2)_399x600My mother often prepares spiced milk or masala doodh at home when any of our family member suffers from sore throat or cold. This time it was me. All week long I was not keeping well and my mom made this to me a couple of times. The first time I drank this, I made up my mind that the next post I upload would be this recipe.  Continue reading

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