Pistachio Rose Peda ( Milk Fudge) Diwali Sweets

A twist to the traditional milk peda with my creation of pistachio and rose. As you can tell, I do like playing with Indian flavours. Last year I played with Indian Chocolate flavours this year I’ve decided to go a … Read More

Rava Ladoo (Semolina Fudge) – Diwali Sweets

Rava is basically Semolina in gujurati/indian, and I’ve made a sweet fruity nut ball using all vegan friendly ingredients. I’ve even now sourced some vegan ghee called ‘Better Ghee’. I can’t find a website link, however I did post a … Read More

Chickpea Fudge ( Besan Burfi) Diwali Sweets

I love making Diwali sweets now, specially since my introduction to them last year. As a child I wasn’t the biggest fan, but nowadays I’ve changed and so have my taste buds. One of the reasons I didn’t like Indian … Read More

Kaju Ladoo – Cashew Fudge Balls

It’s coming up to that time of year, Diwali! I’m a bit late this year with my Diwali sweets making, but here is my own creation of a kaju kalti and burfi mixture! Kaju is simply Cashews in Gujurati and … Read More

Mohanthal (Gram Flour Fudge)

Gujarati mohanthal is a sweetened gram flour fudge flavoured with saffron and nuts. This is a tricky recipe to master – and as this was my first try I slightly undercooked the gram flour mix but slight tasted good! This … Read More

Diwali Flapjack – Nut Ladoo Bar

Another totally made up recipe which actually turned out yummy. I’ve tried to come up with a Diwali Indo flapjack twist! Using traditional ingredients such as cashews, gram flour, butter and sugar with a oaty nutty twist by adding in … Read More

Coconut Ladoo (Ladva)

Yes another Diwali Sweet recipe with a twist! Coconut ladoo or what us gujarati call ladva are sweet rich sweet dessert snack. This is a pretty quick recipe took only 15-20 minutes to make. These are like a indian version … Read More

Kaju Katli

Another Diwali inspired post called Kaju Katli sometimes called Kaju Burfi. Kaju means cashews in the indian language. Interest Facts: The cashew nut is served as a snack or used in recipes, like other nuts, although it is actually a … Read More

Plain Milk Peda (Penda)

Us hindu Gujaratis call them penda – however they are often called peda. As a child, my brother used to love these little yellow flat balls, during Diwali my parents always used buy penda for the family and specially penda … Read More

Chocolate Kaju Nan Khatai

Wondering what Kaju Nan Khatai is? Well Kaju means Cashews – so yes Chocolate Cashew Biscuits! Something slightly different then the original traditional Nan Khatai! My lovely friend at work Jig got me into the Diwali spirit last week! She … Read More