Diwali is around the corner and the preparations for Diwali have already begun. The festival is all about lights, bursting crackers, tasty food and delicious sweets. Sweets are like the mandatory addition to the list when it comes to celebrations. Festivals are incomplete without delicious mouth-watering sweets. During this festival, family, and friends share sweets and gifts and greet each other. Here are some fusion desserts you can try this festive season with your family and friends.
This fusion recipe is already trending and has made its way to mainstream culinary dishes. Believe it or not but this gulab jamun fusion with cheesecake is loved by many around the world. The Indian fusion with the cheesecake is easy to re-create at home. One twist to the traditional dish is the addition of dried rose petals. Decoration with gold foil with some gold dust on it makes it a festival appropriate dessert.
This is the traditional rice pudding with a twist of lavender and berries. Adding lavender and berries to the typical kheer makes the dish unique and more delicious. Add any choice of berries you want to the dish and make it unique. For making it more appealing you can also serve it with fresh flowers decorated on the top. This will make the traditional kheer more delicious and presentable.
Bored with normal cupcakes and want to add a desi touch to it? Here is how you can do just that - to regular cupcakes, add a little bit of rose petal preserve or gulkand and make the dish tastier with this desi touch. You can even spike the frosting of sugar and milk with rose water for that rose flavour which will just effortlessly make the dish a little desi.
Coconut Macaroons are an easy and tasty dish to prepare in 20 minutes. All you need to prepare this delicious dish is coconut and condensed milk. It is an easy dish with an Indian touch that may be loved by all.