5 Indian Cake Recipes You Must Try to Beat the Monday Blues

Monday is usually associated with feeling sad; The mere thought of it is unappealing, but we have something for you that will brighten your Monday. A dessert can make anything better! Do not you believe it? If you’re like us and always crave sinful desserts, we’ve got you covered with some desi cake recipes that you can make at home to treat yourself and beat the Monday blues. These (read: desi) cakes are made with desi cooking staples, as the name suggests. For example, atta, sooji and others. Also, with the addition of various toppings, these cakes become even more decadent. So what are we waiting for? Let us begin.

Here are 5 Indian Pastry Recipes You Must Try:

1. Milk cake: our recommendation

Let’s start with something everyone enjoys. Whether it is wedding invitations or any festival, we see milk cake always sitting in style on the snack table! This is probably because the Indians love this mithai so much that it has become a must-have part of all our celebrations. This Indian dessert is made with curdled milk, lots of dried fruits, and a dash of saffron. Click here for the milk cake recipe.

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2.Atta Cake

This one is for people who want to make delicious chocolate cakes without using eggs. Also, this simple homemade cake uses flour and requires very little effort. The melt-in-your-mouth chocolate raisin-walnut filling will leave you and your guests wanting more. Find the atta cake recipe here.

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3. Bolo de Rulao (Goan Style Sooji Cake)

This cake is prepared in a traditional Goan home to accompany tea or coffee. The sweet treat is too good to resist thanks to the fluffy texture of the cake and the crunch of the coconut! For Christmas festivities, it is also extensively prepared. You can also make this delicious cake at home and make it your companion for tea time. Find the Bolo de Rulao recipe here.

4. Allahabadi Cake

This cake belongs to the category of recipes that people rarely see or eat. So what makes it so different? It’s the ingredients and cooking technique used in this! Along with copious amounts of ghee and jam, this cake uses ‘petha’, or candied ash gourd, for a special touch. Click here for the Allahabadi cake recipe.

5. Carrot Atta Cake

In this version of the carrot cake, the maida has been replaced by wholemeal flour. This walnut and carrot cake recipe is a delicious option for a healthy dinner. Click here for Atta Carrot Cake Recipe.

Now that you know how to make them, give these recipes a try at home and let us know how you liked them in the comments below. For more such recipes, stay tuned!

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