Most Helpful Guy
It's difficult to choose one.
SHRIKHAND (SWEET YOGURT WITH SAFFRON AND PISTACHIOS)
Super-thick yogurt (made by straining yogurt through a cheesecloth) is mixed with saffron and sweet milk for a creamy, simple dessert that's a delight on any warm day.
GULAB JAMUN (CARDAMOM SYRUP-SOAKED DONUTS)
Khoya, a rich curd made by reducing milk for several hours, forms the base for these syrup-soaked confections.
PUNJABI-STYLE CARROT PUDDING (GAJAR KA HALWA)
Studded with chopped nuts and flavored with aromatic cardamom and rose water, this sweet Indian pudding is made from a blend of nutty ghee, milk, cream, sugar, and grated carrot. It's equally good served either hot or cold.
KHEER (INDIAN RICE PUDDING)
Traditional cardamom-scented Indian rice pudding owes its particular richness to the inclusion of whole milk, which has been reduced by half during the cooking process to produce a thick, creamy base.
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Most Helpful Girl
I looove dessert. It’s my favourite part, I’d happily forgo dinner and just have dessert. And I’m an asshole who takes photos of all their food 😛
Number one would have to be any kind of lemon thing... I made a lemon meringue cheesecake and it’s just hard to share
A small pop up cart that moves around my city sells these beautiful choux, all of her flavours are amazingly balanced. I’ve never had a bad one, even a blood orange and yuzu
And anything chocolate... I find I prefer texture with chocolate over flavour bliss point. I don’t want things competing with the richness, unless it’s just a little bit of salt