Let's just say we can't get enough of Indian delicacies! From barfis to halwa to kheer to jalebi, there is a profusion of Indian sweets that make us slurp every time we think of them. Dripping in ghee and filled with sugar or khoya, desi mithais has our hearts.
Indian desserts are the perfect way to end a meal. But sometimes, you find yourself in a place where all they have is ice cream and cookies. Well, Mrs.Kumar's Desserts has got you covered.
Get ready for the fun and tasty treats!
There's nothing like a good Gulab Jamun to hit the sweet spot. These sweet, syrupy balls of fried dough are absolutely delicious and Mrskumar's Desserts in NJ does them justice. Made with fresh, quality ingredients, these little balls of heaven are sure to satisfy your cravings. So next time you're desiring something sweet, be sure to check out Mrskumar's Desserts!
You won't be disappointed!
There's something about Ras Malai that just makes it irresistible. Maybe it's the soft, spongy texture of the cottage cheese balls or the creamy, sweet sauce that surrounds them. Whatever it is, this traditional Indian dessert is definitely one to try.
Mrskumar's Ras Malai is made with fresh cottage cheese and milk and served with delicious cardamom-infused syrup. It's the perfect way to end a meal, and will definitely leave you wanting more!
Carrot halwa is a traditional Indian dessert made with carrots, milk, and sugar. It is often flavored with cardamom, cloves, and nutmeg. The carrots are cooked in milk until they are very soft, then the sweetener is added and the mixture is cooked until it thickens and forms a pudding-like consistency. Carrot halwa is typically served garnished with nuts and raisins.
This Carrot Halwa will definitely leave you craving more!
Rice kheer is a delicious, popular Indian dessert made with rice, milk, sugar, and spices. It is usually served chilled or at room temperature and is often garnished with nuts and dried fruits. Rice kheer is typically made with Basmati rice and the key to a good kheer is to cook the rice slowly and patiently until it is soft and creamy.
This sweet and flavorful treat is sure to please everyone!
Desi Ice Creams
When it comes to Indian desserts, there is no shortage of delicious options to choose from. But when it comes to ice cream, one type that reigns supreme is Desi ice cream. Desi ice cream is made with condensed milk and heavy cream, giving it a rich and creamy texture that is hard to resist. And while there are many different flavors to choose from, some of the most popular include mango, pistachio, and rose.
So next time you’re in the mood for something sweet, Desi Ice Cream is the best choice for you.
Indian Style Pastry
Raise your hands if a veg puff makes you nostalgic! These puffs remind me of my college days when I relished them with masala chai and lots of chit-chats. The filling of this Indian savory puff is made up of boiled potatoes, finely chopped onions, peppers, green chilies, ginger, garlic, and green peas.
You can enjoy it for breakfast or as a snack with masala chai in the evening!
Semiya Payasam is a traditional South Indian dessert made with vermicelli, milk, and sugar.
It's just Indian-style pasta or thin noodles toasted and boiled in milk and scented with cardamom and saffron. The kheer is also called Seviyan Kheer, Vermicelli Kheer, and Sevai Kheer. It can be served hot or cold and is often garnished with nuts and raisins.
This delicious dessert is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth!
Moong Daal Halwa
Moong Daal Halwa is a traditional Indian dessert made with split yellow mung beans, ghee, and sugar. It is cooked with milk, sweetened with sugar, and flavored with cardamom and ghee. It is typically served during festivals and special occasions.
This rich and classic Indian dessert is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth!