Festivals and holidays are right around the corner. Celebrate your family and friends this year with delicious Besan ki Burfi (aka Magas). Roasted and fragrant chickpea flour (besan) is the base of this very popular Indian sweet or mithai. Learn how to make ordinary besan into an extra-ordinary dessert with this “I can’t believe how easy it is!” recipe."Besan ki Burfi (Magas)"
Since there’s never a shortage of Indian festivals, it helps to have simple yet delicious desserts on hand for your family and friends to enjoy. Watch this video for Cracked Wheat Payasam and serve it as a alternative to the Rice Kheer or Sevia Kheer recipe. The richness of the coconut milk and unique sweetness of jaggery make this dessert perfect, even for large gatherings. It’s a great make ahead dessert and can be had…"Cracked Wheat Payasam"
Rice Kheer is a Classic! It does not matter which part of India you go to or come from, this milk with rice and sugar concoction (with few variations) is going to win your heart. So much so , it is now famous and is known to the world as “Rice Pudding”. Here are some other regional names that we lovingly call this dish – Kheer, Khir, Payasam, Payasa or Kheeri. Any others? We’d love…"Rice Kheer"