This is a traditional sweet made during Diwali. A festival special, it is a deep-fried preparation. It also has various names — suzhiyan, susiyam, suviyam, sweet seeyam and so on. Bite into this delicious snack and you will end up asking for more!
Originating in North India, this deep-fried sweet is especially prepared during the festival of colours, Holi. There are different versions of gujiya, but the most popular is one made up of 'mawa' or 'khoya'. Prepare a batch for your children and...
Tired of the ready-made chips your child is so fond of snacking on? Then, try out a homemade crispy alternative made of 'sago' or sabudana. These sago vadams/papads or crisps are easy to make and if stored well, can stay fresh for at least a month.
India is full of regional gems that are little known outside their place of origin. One such is this unique dish from Odisha. This delicately flavourful dessert is also known as Khira Gaintha. It is made of rice flour balls immersed in simmering m...
Don't you find yourself wishing your child would eat something healthier than packaged chocolates and candies? This dish from Kerala is a good alternative. Filled with the goodness of coconut and jaggery, it is moreover steamed, not fried.
No child said no to sweets, ever! So, why not trying making the famous Goan sweet Bebinca at home. This traditional 'layered' cake is made of coconut milk, sugar and egg yolks.
This is a traditional Hyderabadi sweet dish made of dried apricots and at times, garnished with sliced almonds. It is prepared on special occasions. This is dessert rich in taste and flavour, but easy to make.