Quick And Easy Desserts For This Dussehra And Diwali
With the festivities approaching, it is time to start prepping. Food, decorations and gifts are the highlights of the festive season. Dussehra is just around the corner and Diwali is not too far either. It is time that you change those drapes, light up your home and think of unique desserts to delight your family and guests. We've got you covered for the desserts. Here are a few quick and easy desserts you can try this festive season.
Coconut And Apricot Halwa
Add your own twist to the quintessential gajar or suji ka halwa. Heat some ghee in a pan, toast some desiccated coconut and add caster sugar, dried apricots and chopped almonds. Stir the mixture together to create a delicious mélange. Fry till the coconut turns golden. Serve hot in bowls.
This is a wacky, sweet and savory item that is sure to impress your guests. It is an incredibly easy to make and tastes out of the world. Squeeze out the juice from the rasgullas well and crush them into chunks. Throw in some sweet tamarind chutney, spicy green chutney, chickpeas and everything that you like in a chaat dish. Give it a gentle mix and garnish with coriander leaves. People will be raving about this dish for years! You can also leave the squeezed rasgullas whole if you like. Is it a sweet dessert or savory snack? Let them decide!
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Want to give a global twist to your desi desserts? Here is a simple recipe that is elegant to look and easy to make. Pour some milkmaid or mithaimade into a deep bowl and sprinkle some pistachio crumbs over it. Cut brown bread slices into squares and toast them well using butter in a pan, till they turn crisp and golden. Now place them in a plate and keep it next to the milkmaid bowl. Use toothpicks or mini skewers to pick each bread crumb, dip it into the sweet, gooey liquid and indulge. A sweet twist to the typical cheese fondue!
These are a few super quick and easy dessert recipes for the festive season. Try these simple dishes to please your family and guests without spending much time in the kitchen. Happy Holidays J