This small batch blueberry lemon cornmeal cake is full of fresh blueberries, lemon zest and a touch of cardamom for extra zing!
Kesar Peda is made of a few simple ingredients like Milk, Kesar or saffron, powdered sugar, green cardamom(elaichi) powder, ghee & pistachios.
This no bake rasmalai cake is such a fun and flavorful Indian inspired fusion dessert.
For a proper Indian dish add Cayenne Pepper, Garam Masala, or other hot peppers / sauces.
Persian lamb shanks are meaty, fork-tender and infused with warm Persian spices like cinnamon, cardamom, turmeric and rosebuds.
Turkish cardamom coffee is the traditional brew as it was made in the Turkish-Ottoman Empire.
Karak Chai is a traditional tea of the Indian subcontinent comprising of dried tea leaves that are brewed to a dark color.
Lassi is a curd based drink that originated in the Indian subcontinent and there are many varieties in it.
Masala tea originated from the Indian subcontinent and from there it slowly spread to other countries.
Cranberry Glazed Orange Spice Donuts are the perfect holiday treat! These baked donuts are flavored with cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom & ginger.
India is always very popular for the different varieties of tea, of which one of the most popular tea is ginger tea (Adrak wali Chai).
It’s a very popular saying that Bangladesh is the master of deserts and sweets but amongst all of them, Rasmalai is really authentic and delicious.
Nolen gur diye suji aka Bengali suji recipe is one of the most comforting and delectable winter sweets with jaggery which spreads happiness and makes any ordinary day special with its warmth, soothing flavour and irresistible taste.
Tahitian Punch is a real delight! It consists of rum, pineapple juice, orange juice, lemonade, vanilla and cinnamon.
Latte in Italian means milk and Caffe is referred to as espresso.
Suji ka halwa recipe aka sooji halwa recipe is a traditional Indian dessert which is crazily popular in the sub continents of south Asia.