Category Archives: Indian sweets

Puran Poli

Wishing everyone a very happy GudiPadwa. Most Indian desserts are heavily milk based but interestingly, few Maharashtrian desserts are vegan minus the ghee for flavouring like Puran Poli and Modak. So I set out to make puranpoli to feel the … Continue reading

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Mysore Pak

This weekend was really hectic packed with activities. Firstly I attended the vegan potluck on Saturday in Bandra. Though I had planned to carry Mysore Pak for the potluck and had made it in advance, making it in advance actually … Continue reading

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Over ripe banana fritters

My exam is just 10 days away and all I do in the kitchen is either make tea or cut some fruits or pour soymilk on cereals for a quick break. However these two quite old bananas could not wait … Continue reading

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Carrot Beetroot Barfi

The festival season officially started with Janamashtami and we lady colleagues started going through our wardrobe to look for the nine dresses we planned to wear this year to match the colour codes during the nine days of the Navratri … Continue reading

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Besan Laddoo (chickpea flour balls)

These laddoos are inspired by my favourite vegan blogger veganricha.com. She has veganised a lot of Indian sweets and they taste as good and some even better than the original version. Her e-book on Diwali sweets recipes is a must … Continue reading

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Vegan and gluten free gujiya (sweet dumpling)

Wishing everyone a very happy holi! How did your holi go? I was in Lucknow with my parents for celebrating holi. For me holi was always more about food than colours. I do not play much of wet holi, just … Continue reading

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Gulab Jamun

  Gulab Jamun is one of the delicious Indian sweets which is surprisingly easy to veganise with few simple ingrediants. I chose this as my first blog post here because it came out quite good in the first attempt itself, … Continue reading

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