Rice Kheer

Rich and creamy rice pudding, this rice kheer is a classic Indian dessert which is flavored with nuts, cardamom and saffron! Gluten-free.

I can’t believe I have never shared a basic rice kheer recipe on the blog. I mean kheer, a rice pudding is probably the most common dessert that’s made in every household in India. The reason why its so common is because it’s made of only three basic ingredients which are readily available everywhere- rice, milk and sugar. I know my recipe has way more than 3 ingredients but all those are optional and add to the flavor. A simple rice kheer can be very...

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Quinoa Honey Nut Granola

Quinoa Honey Nut Granola with sea salt, pumpkin seeds, dried cranberries, walnuts and cashews. Makes a wonderful gift for friends and family!

I cook and bake so much for the blog and you may assume that I eat a fancy breakfast everyday, but the truth is that on most days my breakfast is simply some yogurt with granola. I want something quick in the morning and that’s why yogurt and granola often comes to my rescue. It’s not that I don’t cook a nice breakfast, I do, but that’s mostly for weekends. On weekdays, I have so much work to do plus hubby has to leave for work and it’s a...

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Malai Kulfi

Creamy Malai Kufi is a delicious summer treat! Made with simple ingredients, this eggless Indian ice cream is flavored with cardamom, dried milk solids and nuts!

Oh I am so excited to share today’s recipe because I really believe that I have finally found the perfect recipe for everyone’s favorite malai kulfi! For those still unaware, kulfi is a very popular dessert in India and Pakistan.

It’s our version of ice cream, basically milk is cooked till it gets really thick & reduced to almost 1/3rd of it’s original volume. It’s then flavored with sugar, nuts, cardamom and saffron (usually)...

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