TOP 8 Fusion Indian Sweet Recipes with Pictures
Indian sweets have always been a significant element of the Indian cuisine. With the growing popularity of Indian cuisine round the globe Indian sweets have also gained their much deserved recognition. But if you are a person with a sweet tooth and believe in the existence of mad food scientists than these Indian sweet recipes with a punch of the west should be in the top of your “Must Try” lists!!! Here I have listed 8 fusion Indian sweet recipes with pictures:
The Grammy winning album “West meets East” by American violinist Yehudi Menuhin and Indian sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar was made to be a hit and so is the unification of gulabjamun one of the most favorite North Indian sweet and Cheesecake an all-time favorite dessert from the west.
TASTY FACT: The most popular claim is that the Gulabjamun was the creation of Sajjan Dhillon, a Sikh chef who prepared it for the ruler of Punjab.
Cool and creamy Parfait with the sweetness and unbelievable texture of motichoor and the rich and thick rabdi topping it all. This must be the first thing I’m served at the doors of heaven.
TASTY FACT: November 25th is national parfait day.Now you know when to eat unlimited parfaits!!
All the CHOCOHOLICS it’s time to rise because this combination of chocolate and one of India’s ancient desserts “KHEER” is ready to take over the chocolate kingdom.
TASTY FACT: Chocolate comes from a fruit tree; it’s made from a seed.
An apple a day keeps the Doctor away!
So eating a dozen of these will not cause you any harm.
The ever-popular Jalebi with a fruity apple makeover! Looks like the dreams of all the food artists have finally come true.
TASTY FACT: It is scientifically proven that Jalebis dunked in milk is a sure shot remedy for curing Migraines.
The winter favorite Indian dessert, Gajar ka halwa is here. The tarts help in easily serving the halwa in bite size manageable portions and also add an amazing crunch to the sweet paradise.
TASTY FACT: Carrots are a good source of fiber, which is good for the health of your digestive system.
Rich, Creamy and Peachy. This is one of those dishes which make it difficult for one to keep his hands off. A single serving of this is never enough so never shy out to ask for a second one!
TASTY FACT: August is National Peach Month.
The concept of adding the nuttiness of butterscotch and the chewy texture of toffee to the warm, comforting and sweet sheera is more than a blessing!
TASTY FACT: September 19th is National Butterscotch Pudding Day.
No one can go wrong with cupcakes, and these Kesar Badam cupcakes do not prove this fact wrong. The earthy and nutty taste of Badam mingled with the beautiful colour of kesar is a like a treat to both our eyes and our mouths.
TASTY FACT: The ancient Greeks and Romans used saffron (Kesar) as perfume.
Hope you will try out these fusion Indian sweet recipes!