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5 Must Try Dessert Recipes to Make your 2021 celebrations Complete and Sweeter


5 Must Try Dessert Recipes to Make your 2021 celebrations Complete and Sweeter

With New Year's Celebrations and Holi gone, the calendar is going to remain festival-dry for the upcoming weeks. But then there is something called self-pampering, something that does not need an appointment on the calendar to arrive at your doorstep. And it is towards this self-pampering that our current article is aimed.

Indians are known to have a sweet tooth, one that does not see which time of the day or the month of the year it is - it just needs to be fed. So in case, your sweet tooth is still not over the New Year Celebrations, here are five recipes from trusted chefs that you could whip up! Don't forget to add our sulphur-free, processed with fine craftsmanship, Madhur Sugar.

Aam Srikhand with Mango Salad

With summers just around the corner, this fruity and creamy dessert has to be on your To-Be-Cooked checklist!



  • 1/2 Cup Mango Puree
  • 1 Fresh Mango, finely chopped
  • 1 Cup Hung Yogurt
  • 1/2 tbsp Saffron Powder
  • 1 tbsp Cardamom Powder
  • 3/4 Cup Castor Sugar
  • 1 Lemon (juiced)
  • 2 tbsp Chaat Masala
  • 20 gms of Mint


  1. Whisk some castor sugar and hung yogurt in a bowl.
  2. Pour in your mango puree and continue whisking until the batter is smooth.
  3. Now add some saffron and cardamom powder and mix again.
  4. It's time for the finely chopped mango pieces to be added to the mixture. If you wish to sweeten the mix further, some sugar might be a good option.
  5. To prepare your mango salad, mix some diced mango with mint, lemon juice and chaat masala.
  6. Serve this Aam Srikhand along with the mango salad, chilled.


Ney Appam

This recipe comes from the south - it's a sweet fried rice-based dish, whose name can be broken down into 'nei,' which means ghee, and 'appam,' meaning pancakes. It's one of our favorite snackable desserts!


  • 1/2 Cup Raw Rice
  • 3/4 Cup Jaggery/Sugar
  • 1/2 tbsp Baking Soda
  • Two small Bananas
  • 1/2 tbsp Cardamom Powder
  • 1 tbsp Grated Coconut
  • Ghee/Oil


  1. Soak your rice for three hours in water.
  2. Add some jaggery to water and continue mixing till the jaggery melts. Strain this syrup and keep it on the side.
  3. Now drain the rice and mix it with the jaggery syrup to form a fine paste.
  4. Now add the bananas to the rice and jaggery mix till the paste is well mixed. The consistency should be a little thicker than dosa batter.
  5. Add the grated coconut and cardamom powder to the batter.
  6. Let the batter ferment for two hours.
  7. Before frying, add baking soda to the mix.
  8. It's time to heat your appam pan - pour 1 tbsp ghee/oil in each hole and then pour your batter. When one side is cooked, flip over to the other one.
  9. Cook until both sides are dark brown.
  10. It's ready to be served, hot and sweet!



If your South Indian friend invited you over for a New Year celebration where Payasam was served, chances are you have been craving for some more of it, ever since. Well, now we can tell you how to cook some for yourself!


  • 1 liter Milk
  • 50 ml Ghee
  • 50 gms Cashew Nuts
  • 50 gms Rice
  • 5 gms Cardamom Powder
  • 100 gms Sugar
  • 25 gms Raisins


  1. Wash the rice and soak it for half an hour.
  2. Now slowly cook this rice in milk till you see the grains turn soft.
  3. To the rice, add cardamom powder and sugar. Mix till the sugar is dissolved.
  4. Bring out your pan, add ghee to its surface and roast your cashew nuts.
  5. When the cashew nuts turn slightly golden, add your raisins and saute for sixty seconds.
  6. Pour this onto your rice mixture and serve.


Now for the last two recipes, we are going to stir things up a little with some not-so-Indian dishes!

Chocolate Nutella Pudding

Who doesn't love an entire pack of Nutella? Well, it's time to take your love for it one step forward by creating a whole dessert out of it! One that you could serve your slumber parties easily and have your friends go gaga over your baking skills.

  1. Chop any kind of chocolate (1/2) cup and set it aside.
  2. Whisk 1/4 cup of each - sugar, cocoa powder, corn starch, and 1 tbsp salt in your saucepan.
  3. Add 3 cups of milk to this and slowly whisk until you see no lumps.
  4. Cook this batter for 7-10 minutes on a medium flame.
  5. Remove the batter from the heat. To this, add 1/4 of chopped chocolate. Whisk. Add the remaining three portions, each after whisking the batter a little till the texture is smooth.
  6. Add 1tbsp vanilla essence.
  7. Put 1 cup of Nutella in a bowl and 1/2 of this batter to it. Whisk till smooth, and then add the remaining pudding batter. Let this chill till completely set.
  8. Cook in 2tbsp of butter over medium heat, some crushed dried fruits (of 1/2 cup, like raisins, cashews, almonds).
  9. Sprinkle these dried fruits along with a tbsp of sea salt over your set pudding, and serve!

And our last recipe is something super quick and easy to cook!

Strawberry Sorbet

It would be unfair to end this piece with a fruit that would not be available in the summer months. So here we are with a quickie dessert (don't believe us? just look at the number of steps).

  1. Place 2 cups of powdered sugar, 1/4 cup lemon juice, and 3.5 cups of fresh strawberries in a blender. Process until smooth.
  2. Bring out those cute vodka shot glasses. Place this mix in them, and freeze until set.

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