Make Khoya at Home

Make Khoya at Home

This is the easiest available recipe to make Desi Khoya at home without any trouble. You can only use fresh cream for it, no matter what it’s called in your country. It’s very simple recipe just mix any quantity of Powder milk with sufficient amount of cream to make it … Read more

Almond Sheera

Almond Sheera

1 cup blanched almonds (badam)
3/4 cup milk
1 tbsp ghee
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 tsp cardamom (elaichi) powder
A few saffron (kesar) strands mixed with 1 tsp warm water
2 tbsp almond (badam) slivers for the garnish


Celebrate Pakistan’s Independence Day with Energy Sustaining Sweets

Ever notice how your hand automatically reaches for something sweet when you are under pressure or feeling blue? Sugar hits the spot when a quick fix seems in order. But it’s a roller-coaster ride—the higher the lift, the harder the crash; in the aftermath you end up more stressed and … Read more

Burfi: Keeping the Tradition Alive

It’s name derived from the Persian word ‘barf’ meaning snow, the original form of burfi resembled cubes of ice, due to its white colour, shape and crumbly texture.

In recent times, the burfi has evolved from a ‘simple to an extraordinary’ sweet. The transition changed it’s appearance, taste and colour. The use of essence for smell; addition of dry and fresh fruits for taste and topped with a silver edible leaf ‘varq’ for decoration on celebratory occasions.

The assorted varieties available include…..

Sweet Poison

Artificial sweeteners are marketed to you relentlessly as “healthy foods” or “healthier” than sugar. But are they really? Just to clarify, some of the most popular artificial sweeteners on the market today are: Splenda/Sucral (sucralose) Equal/Canderil/Calnox (Aspartame) Sweet & Low/Sweetex (Saccharine) SweetOne (Acesulfame Potassium- acesulfame K) These artificial sweeteners are … Read more