Sabudana/ Sago/ Tapioca kheer is famous during the festive season in India. But you don’t need to wait for festivals to indulge in delicious desserts, Right?
Gajar (Carrot) Halwa is a popular traditional Indian dessert, originating from north India. If you are going to any Indian social gatherings, chances are high you would find this (or Gulab jamun).
Momo is a type of south Asian dumpling, originated from Tibet or Nepal. I had momo first time at a fine dining restaurant in Ahmedabad. It was so bland I decided not to have it ever again. But one day, a friend took me to a thela (food truck), serving spicy and delicious Indo Chinese food roadside, and that was the best momo I’ve ever had.
Falooda/ faluda is popular north Indian summer drink and I often make it when I have some guests coming over in summer. Also, this drink is very popular among the Parsi community in India. They make it during their new year celebration called Navroz.