Snowball cookies are like Melting Moments, except that they are pale and always made with ghee and dusted with icing sugar. They make for very pretty presents when packed nicely in boxes or jars. They are eggless and suitable for vegetarians too!
Though most Indians have been moving with the times and now baking cookies, biscuits and cakes for Deepavali, there are still some traditional sweets that are easy to do, exotic, exceptionally tasty and all-time favourite.
cherries, you can also use other chopped dried fruits like apricots, peaches, pineapple, raisins and currants. You can also add in some toasted nuts like almonds or cashew nuts. Rocky Road also make an excellent gift to take to a potluck party!
I love eating crumpets warm and spreading them with this delicious spread. I also love the way the ghee melts into the holes of the crumpet! You can freeze crumpets for up to 2 months in an airtight container and toast them before serving.
It is common for many to bake the traditional Kueh Baulu, mini sponge cakes, for Chinese New Year. I thought I will share the recipe for these cute little buttery French cakes as they do look pretty with their scallop-shell shape.
Over the years, the pineapple tarts have been given new looks – pineapple square tarts, pineapple and clove rolls, pandan-pastry pineapple tarts, so on and so forth. However, the classic recipe is still the favourite with the majority of people.