Enjoy mouth-watering Indian Fusion Food Dessert at Home!

Dessert makes us go weak in the knees. It is like a warm blanket on a cold winter night. It is like the icing on a cake and the climax to a spectacular movie. There is no denying the fact that desserts give a befitting end to any meal (am I right, or am I right, people?! India is well known all around the world for its authentic Indian Mithais, the Indian desserts! It includes a vast wide range of sugary delight and confectioners to satisfy your sweet cravings! Indian desserts are famous for their uniqueness, variety, and irresistible taste. One may taste many puddings, muffins, chocolates, or any other sweet dishes, but once you have tasted any of the Indian desserts, you may never want to go back to any other sweetmeat (trust me!).

We at What Tasty Food (WTF) believe that Fusion Food is all about redefining ‘Cooking’ for you! It is the PERFECT solution to that never-ending problem of preparing high-quality delicious food and curtailing the eating out habits! With modernized and yet simple cooking methods, you are surely in for a flavorsome treat that will surely make you the center of attraction in your family! The catch here is that these are not your usual treats but each one of them over a combination of desi and International flavors (you can thank us later!).

Hence we at What Tasty Food (WTF), which serves the best Fusion Food KL, brings you some of the must-try Indian Dessert with a fusion twist to satiate your sweet cravings during Quarantine! A small piece of this "sinful indulgence" tends to hold power to make everything right. Won't you agree? There is nothing as heavenly as biting into a delicate light Jalebi with a soft and tender crumb and a chilled ice cream scoop! If you are having a bad day, then you know what can instantly cheer you up (sweet isn't?!).

Gulab Jamun Cheesecake

The good old quintessential sugary delight, Gulab Jamun, is made with khoya, fried golden and finally dipped in saffron induced sugar syrup (mouth watering already?!). All-time favorite right?!

Cheesecake, on the other hand, is an equally popular western dessert. If you want to make a dessert that is popular with the people, mixing the most popular desserts of the East and the West could just be the way.

Sweet Ravioli filled with Lacha Rabdi

You would be able to find great pasta everywhere all around the world in today’s time, but you might not have tried sweet pasta for dessert!

Paneer and dry fruits filled pasta in addition to lip-smacking sweet with sugar syrup and rabid (sounds interesting right?!).

You might feel a little too much in one place? Well, try it out sometime. You might want to make it the dessert item on your menu the next time you host any event or party that could use something sweet in the end (you can thank us later!).

Lavender Kheer Topped with Berries

Here's a great way to use up all the winter berries that have been lying in your house and give the traditional dessert a beautiful floral touch. Floral seems to be one of the hit trends today, and this recipe is a great way to make the most of it. A refreshing and creamy fusion of berries, rice, milk, dry fruits, and lavender flower essence that your family would love! A perfect Fusion Food KL Indian Dessert indeed as suggested by What Tasty Food (WTF).

Apple and Coconut ki Barfi

We all must be familiar with Kaju ki Barfi or which is more commonly known as the Kaju Katli can be considered as the childhood favorite for many! The goodness of cashew nuts and milk topped with silver varq makes this childhood delicacy "oh so delicious." Kaju ki Barfi or Kaju katli are usually exchanged as a sweet gift on special occasions (remember the memes on Diwali, guys!).

Well, Apple and Coconut ki Barfi honestly speaking is not complex an idea but the overall taste is heavenly. The flavors are refreshing with the wholesome goodness of fruits. It is something people have not tried that often, or maybe not at all. So, be the first to serve this to your loved one! We bet you won’t be disappointed!

Thandai Mousse Cake

We at WTF believe that this dessert should come with a warning label because it is so IRRESISTIBLE. It’s that combination of thandai syrup and whipped cream along with a bunch of crunchy dry fruits that make this cake the perfect East meets West dessert (drooling already!).

WTF is a world-renowned Indian restaurant that serves mouth-watering Fusion Food KL. There the dishes are made with fresh produce, no MSG, no added preservatives in a clean hygienic environment keeping in mind the health of all its customers. Visit their official website for more information!