Bombay Ice Halwa Recipe (with sooji / rava)

Bombay Ice Halwa is a popular Indian sweet which can be prepared with either sooji (rava) or corn flour. When made with sooji, it comes out soft & smooth whereas with corn flour (traditional method) it is a tinge creamy & crisp. I am giving you the recipe of the former, so those with a … Continue reading Bombay Ice Halwa Recipe (with sooji / rava)

Bombay Ice Halwa (with cornflour)

These thin sheets of sweet can be made with just 4 main ingredients at home.It takes only 20 mins to make them but it has to dry for at least 4 hours.Bombay Ice Halwa can be prepared using either rava (sooji) or cornflour.The ones made with sooji has a soft ,chewy texture whereas the traditional … Continue reading Bombay Ice Halwa (with cornflour)

Shahi tukra / Shahi tukda

Shahi tukda / Shahi tukra is a royal dessert that originated during the Mughal times.The word 'Shahi' means royal and 'tukda' means piece and this sweet is definitely a rich dessert. Shahi tukda involves three process making of rabri(thickened milk),frying the bread pieces in ghee and then dipping the bread slices in sugar syrup.Finally these … Continue reading Shahi tukra / Shahi tukda