All-time hit dessert recipes for party

Party desserts … what comes to the mind first … boom… CAKES,but it can’t always be cakes right?

So here, we sharea few dessert recipes that are sure to lend sweetness to your party mood.You will love thisIndian-style cake, an all-time favorite, and a cake pudding that goes well with Indian and international cuisines.

So let’s get started with our simple yet most delicious Kalakand recipe, which is sure to become a regular preparation in your kitchen.

  1. Kalakand Recipe
  • Take about a liter of milk and bring it to boil to prepare paneer. Let it simmer a little, once it starts boiling, add one tablespoon vinegar or lemon juice, keep adding a little more until milk cuddles, translucent water starts to separate. Keep stirring, and you will notice small, cohesive granules, that’s paneer. Strain and let it rest for a few minutes before you spread it evenly and finely using fork or fingers.
  • Put another liter of milk to boil on slow flame and keep stirring and scraping the edges, till it is reduced to almost half of the amount. Now add the earlier prepared paneer to it and keep stirring until the whole milk is absorbed and a semi-solid mixture is formed. Then add about 1 ½ cup of sugar and check the sweetness. Add ½ teaspoon cardamom powder and mix well. Pour the content in a greased tin and pat some grounded dry fruits on the top as a garnish, and let it rest for 2-3 hours.
  • Cut your cake to the desired shape and voila, your Kalakand is ready to serve.

  1. Cake Pudding –

This dessert recipe takes your cake to another level.

  • To start, take your preferred cake, be it vanilla sponge cake or chocolate, and crumble it. Keep this mixture aside in a bowl.
  • In another bowl,putaround500gms of vanilla ice-creamand keep it aside, so it softens a little. Make sure the ice cream stays fluffy and does not melt to a watery consistency. Next, take some regular tea-biscuits (not nutty ones, theydon’t melt easily) and run them once or twice in a mixer to fine grind it.Lastly, you may usea few spoons of rose syrup to add the Indian twist to it and some grated chocolate.
  • Now, take a glass bowl to serve and fill the bottom with a thick layer of biscuit powder. Then add the ice cream with a spoon (you will notice it can be layered easily), then add a layer of crumbled cake and top it up again with ice-cream. Layer the remaining biscuit powder, next spray the rose syrup with the help of a spoon (it is ideal to move hand in a zig-zag motion while spraying the rose syrup). Repeat the layer of ice-cream–cake–ice-cream and top it up with grated chocolate. Cover it with a silver foil and let it set for a few hours in the freezer. Once it is set, take the pudding bowl out from the fridge half an hour before you want to serve. Your cake pudding is ready.

We will be happy to know about your experience of making these desserts and also of the tasteachieved.

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