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Indian Desserts

A Note From Freda Shafi

Beautiful desserts inspired by the flavours and spices of the Indian subcontinent. Tag your exotic desserts with #feedfeed for a chance to be featured here. Indian cuisine offers an exciting variety of beautifully rich and exotic flavours, especially when it comes to desserts. An abundance of sweet dishes emanate from each of India’s distinct culinary regions. Today’s Indian cooking is being enlivened by new variations and experimenting. Whether it’s a traditional Indian dessert recipe handed down over generations or a modern take on an age old recipe, we'd love to feature your creations here and hope you'll be inspired by what you see!
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Freda Shafi

@fredashafi_spiceitup

Melbourne, Victoria. Australia

The best way to experience the world is through food.Mum, Artist, Food enthusiast and blogger

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My mum's famous kulfi is heavenly... A traditional dessert first made at the courts of the Mughal…

Kulfi With Almonds, Cardamom And Saffrom

My mum's famous kulfi is heavenly... A traditional dessert first made at the courts of the Mughal emperors in the 16th century using ice from the Himalayas... actually quite easy to make: the recipes for pistachio and cardamom and almond and saffron kulfi are on my website (link in bio) x #spicemama #indian #indianfood #indianfoodbloggers #dessert #sweets #icecream #homemade #foodpics #foodvsco #gloobyfood #beautifulcuisines #onmytable #thekitchn #theartofslowliving #feedfeed #f52grams #perthfood #perthfoodie #saveur #huffposttaste #bbcgoodfood #heresmyfood #valentines #instafood #yum
My mum's famous kulfi is heavenly... A traditional dessert first… read more>

A Note From Freda Shafi

The oldies are the best! This beautiful Kulfi / Indian ice cream @ilovespicemama is a recipe from her mother. Just shows how Mum always knows best!
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