• Balushahi
      First Prize
      Cook time 10 mins

      Balushahi ressembles as much as like our South Indian popular Badushah aka sugar glazed maida flour doughnuts.

    • Instant Kesar Peda
      Second Prize
      Cook time 5 mins

      Pedas are very popular Indian sweet dish made of milk and sugar. Pedas are very commonly made during any festivals or celebrations. For this diwali, make these instant Kesar Pedas that takes just 5 minutes to get it done

    • Labanga Latika (Sweet Clove Pockets)
      Third Prize
      Cook time 30 mins

      Stuffed Khoya and grated coconut Pockets deep fried and dipped in sugar syrup.

    • Masale-wali Mathri ( And a very Happy Diwali )
      Wild Card
      Cook time 30 mins

      A munchy snack that is very apt for small gatherings during the festive season !

    • Singhal – A Kumaoni Delicacy
      Wild Card
      Cook time 30 mins

      Soft, spongy, sweet, flavourful and healthy, Singhal is a very popular traditional Kumaoni delicacy. It is prepared on all the special occasions. It has a shelf life of a week. Come festivals and you get a sweet aroma of Singhal being made in the kitchens all over the hills. Serve Singhal with rabri as a dessert. Dip soft Singhal into rabri and enjoy the burst of flavours.

    • Tapeswaram Kaja
      Wild Card
      Cook time 15 mins

      Tapeswaram Kaja is one of the most famous and traditional sweet from Andhra Pradesh. Tapeswaram kaja or Madata kaja both are the same. Tapeswaram is a small town in the East Godavari distrist of Andhra pradesh, this is the place where the kaja was born and became very popular all over Andhra Pradesh. This sweet is especially made for marriages and all the other occasions in Telugu families.

    • Palak Karanji
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      Cook time 30 mins

      A Maharashtrian Sweet prepared with a twist. Keeping the Traditional Karanji in mind I thought of treating the spinach lovers and the spinach avoiders by using Spinach, Pistachio nuts, Jaggery, Honey, Whole wheat flour, Semolina , Dry coconut, sesame seeds, poppy seeds and other Indian flavourings in the filling.

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