Indian Desserts Recipes (Most Popular)
Makes 4 servings
The recipe below is part of a healthy and delicious spa menu developed exclusively for Epicurious by Ananda spa in India. While the recipe is not low in calories or fat, almost anyone can fit this dessert into a healthy diet by taking small servings of the panna cotta and sabayon and upping the portion of the antioxidant-rich berries. If you are following an Ayurvedic diet, the experts at Ananda recommend this for the vata dosha, and in moderation for the pitta dosha.
Be sure to start this recipe one day ahead.
This is a great Chai recipe with its own homemade chai mix. Although the spices are ground, they give the same effect as long as the spices are fresh. I would recommend trying to find a wholesale spice store so that you do not pay to much for the spices needed. This recipe can cost in excess of $45 for the first time buy of the spices.Submitted by FUNCOOKING
Malai Sandwich made with Paneer and Mawa(Khoya) in sugar syrup for making and cooking in syrup you will need 2.5 cup os sugar, but actual use of sugar is 1.5 cup because after cooking you do not need rest of the syrup. this info is for calorie count...
Keep Khoya/Mawa in fridge over night if it is in freezer.
The perfect ending to a delicious Valentine’s Day meal, this light and luscious fruit dessert has a twist—an unusual honey sauce flavored with curry powder. Curry powder goes well with nearly any fruit, and adding fresh black pepper imparts one more unexpected layer of flavour!Submitted by JO_JO_BA