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This year, make your #MakarSankranti festivities a sweet, memorable family affair, with our selection of celebratory treats. Keep tradition alive with the quintessential flavours of the annual festival, and choose from: • Til Coconut Ladoos • Til Gur Chikki (no added sugar) • Peanut Jaggery Shortbread (no added sugar) Made using authentic ingredients and boasting the nutritional benefits of til (sesame seeds), gur (jaggery), and peanuts, these treats are sure to sweeten-up your celebrations and serve as healthy yet delicious bites to nibble on between your kite flying sessions. Available exclusively at our stores in Delhi NCR and online on www.foodhallonline.com.

This year, make your #MakarSankranti festivities a sweet, memorable family affair, with our selection of celebratory treats. Keep tradition alive with the quintessential flavours of the annual festival, and choose from: • Til Coconut Ladoos • Til Gur Chikki (no added sugar) • Peanut Jaggery Shortbread (no added sugar) Made using authentic ingredients and boasting the nutritional benefits of til (sesame seeds), gur (jaggery), and peanuts, these treats are sure to sweeten-up your celebrations and serve as healthy yet delicious bites to nibble on between your kite flying sessions. Available exclusively at our stores in Delhi NCR and online on www.foodhallonline.com.

This year, make your #MakarSankranti festivities a sweet, memorable family affair, with our selection of celebratory treats. Keep tradition alive with the quintessential flavours of the annual festival, and choose from: • Til Coconut Ladoos • Til Gur Chikki (no added sugar) • Peanut Jaggery Shortbread (no added sugar) Made using authentic ingredients and boasting the nutritional benefits of til (sesame seeds), gur (jaggery), and peanuts, these treats are sure to sweeten-up your celebrations and serve as healthy yet delicious bites to nibble on between your kite flying sessions. Available exclusively at our stores in Delhi NCR and online on www.foodhallonline.com.

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Has Diwali 2021 taken things a little tooooo far with all the Indian sweetmeats? Are the soan papdis, kaju katlis, boondi ladoos, motichoor mithais, gulab jamuns, and barfis coming out your ears? WE FEEL YOU. Sweep those traditional mithais aside with sleight of hand and reach for @sorrentina_honestlyitalian's beautiful tiramisu instead. Light, creamy, and utterly dreamy, this Italian beauty is perfect for when you're craving a sweet post-meal pick-me-up that's not doused in sugary, syrupy excesses. Even better, it comes in three convenient sizes to cater to every mood and occasion: • A 250g cup (perfect for one) • A 500g tray (tiramisu for two...or one, when you want to eat dessert for dinner) • A 1kg tray (best-suited to large gatherings of the festive kind!) Available for doorstep delivery and pick-up. Call +91 9136913747 to know more. #ItalianDessert #Tiramisu #Desserts #Dessertstagram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertLover #DessertBae #DessertTime #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

Has Diwali 2021 taken things a little tooooo far with all the Indian sweetmeats? Are the soan papdis, kaju katlis, boondi ladoos, motichoor mithais, gulab jamuns, and barfis coming out your ears? WE FEEL YOU. Sweep those traditional mithais aside with sleight of hand and reach for @sorrentina_honestlyitalian's beautiful tiramisu instead. Light, creamy, and utterly dreamy, this Italian beauty is perfect for when you're craving a sweet post-meal pick-me-up that's not doused in sugary, syrupy excesses. Even better, it comes in three convenient sizes to cater to every mood and occasion: • A 250g cup (perfect for one) • A 500g tray (tiramisu for two...or one, when you want to eat dessert for dinner) • A 1kg tray (best-suited to large gatherings of the festive kind!) Available for doorstep delivery and pick-up. Call +91 9136913747 to know more. #ItalianDessert #Tiramisu #Desserts #Dessertstagram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertLover #DessertBae #DessertTime #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

Has Diwali 2021 taken things a little tooooo far with all the Indian sweetmeats? Are the soan papdis, kaju katlis, boondi ladoos, motichoor mithais, gulab jamuns, and barfis coming out your ears? WE FEEL YOU. Sweep those traditional mithais aside with sleight of hand and reach for @sorrentina_honestlyitalian's beautiful tiramisu instead. Light, creamy, and utterly dreamy, this Italian beauty is perfect for when you're craving a sweet post-meal pick-me-up that's not doused in sugary, syrupy excesses. Even better, it comes in three convenient sizes to cater to every mood and occasion: • A 250g cup (perfect for one) • A 500g tray (tiramisu for two...or one, when you want to eat dessert for dinner) • A 1kg tray (best-suited to large gatherings of the festive kind!) Available for doorstep delivery and pick-up. Call +91 9136913747 to know more. #ItalianDessert #Tiramisu #Desserts #Dessertstagram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertLover #DessertBae #DessertTime #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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What's festive season without mithai? And what's Diwali without ladoos? Unthinkable. And unacceptable. That's what. It's almost time for the many joyous celebrations and get-togethers to commence, and if you're looking for a quick, easy sweetmeat to make to get the festivities rolling, it doesn't get better than these Rava Ladoos from @theepicurist. A sureshot crowd-pleaser, these little balls of sugary goodness, though unassuming in appearance, boast a sublime flavour combination that features some of Indian festive sweets' most beloved ingredients, including saffron, cardamom, coconut, and of course, rava. Now, let's see those pots and pans, so we can get rolling! Ingredients:- - Semolina (Sooji/ Rava), 4 cups, very fine - Ghee, 1 cup, runny (not thickened) - Coconut, 1 1/2 cups, freshly grated - Sugar, 2 1/2 cups - Water, 1 3/4 cups - Cardamom Powder, 1 tsp - Saffron Strands, a pinch Method:- • Heat the ghee and roast the semolina on a low-to-medium flame. • Stir for 20-30 minutes until the flour turns golden-brown. • Add the freshly grated coconut and stir for another 20 minutes until the mixture turns pink. • Remove from heat. • For the sugar syrup, melt the sugar in the water over a medium flame and turn off the flame once it comes to a boil. Add in the saffron strands and cardamom powder. • Add the syrup to the semolina mixture and mix well until it cools down. • Once cool, transfer to a large plate and knead well. • Separate tiny ladoo-sized portions and roll. #Mithai #Ladoo #FestiveSweets #FestiveDesserts #Dessert #DessertTime #DessertBae #DessertGram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertHeaven #Dessertstagram #Food #InstaFood #Foodstagram #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

What's festive season without mithai? And what's Diwali without ladoos? Unthinkable. And unacceptable. That's what. It's almost time for the many joyous celebrations and get-togethers to commence, and if you're looking for a quick, easy sweetmeat to make to get the festivities rolling, it doesn't get better than these Rava Ladoos from @theepicurist. A sureshot crowd-pleaser, these little balls of sugary goodness, though unassuming in appearance, boast a sublime flavour combination that features some of Indian festive sweets' most beloved ingredients, including saffron, cardamom, coconut, and of course, rava. Now, let's see those pots and pans, so we can get rolling! Ingredients:- - Semolina (Sooji/ Rava), 4 cups, very fine - Ghee, 1 cup, runny (not thickened) - Coconut, 1 1/2 cups, freshly grated - Sugar, 2 1/2 cups - Water, 1 3/4 cups - Cardamom Powder, 1 tsp - Saffron Strands, a pinch Method:- • Heat the ghee and roast the semolina on a low-to-medium flame. • Stir for 20-30 minutes until the flour turns golden-brown. • Add the freshly grated coconut and stir for another 20 minutes until the mixture turns pink. • Remove from heat. • For the sugar syrup, melt the sugar in the water over a medium flame and turn off the flame once it comes to a boil. Add in the saffron strands and cardamom powder. • Add the syrup to the semolina mixture and mix well until it cools down. • Once cool, transfer to a large plate and knead well. • Separate tiny ladoo-sized portions and roll. #Mithai #Ladoo #FestiveSweets #FestiveDesserts #Dessert #DessertTime #DessertBae #DessertGram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertHeaven #Dessertstagram #Food #InstaFood #Foodstagram #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

What's festive season without mithai? And what's Diwali without ladoos? Unthinkable. And unacceptable. That's what. It's almost time for the many joyous celebrations and get-togethers to commence, and if you're looking for a quick, easy sweetmeat to make to get the festivities rolling, it doesn't get better than these Rava Ladoos from @theepicurist. A sureshot crowd-pleaser, these little balls of sugary goodness, though unassuming in appearance, boast a sublime flavour combination that features some of Indian festive sweets' most beloved ingredients, including saffron, cardamom, coconut, and of course, rava. Now, let's see those pots and pans, so we can get rolling! Ingredients:- - Semolina (Sooji/ Rava), 4 cups, very fine - Ghee, 1 cup, runny (not thickened) - Coconut, 1 1/2 cups, freshly grated - Sugar, 2 1/2 cups - Water, 1 3/4 cups - Cardamom Powder, 1 tsp - Saffron Strands, a pinch Method:- • Heat the ghee and roast the semolina on a low-to-medium flame. • Stir for 20-30 minutes until the flour turns golden-brown. • Add the freshly grated coconut and stir for another 20 minutes until the mixture turns pink. • Remove from heat. • For the sugar syrup, melt the sugar in the water over a medium flame and turn off the flame once it comes to a boil. Add in the saffron strands and cardamom powder. • Add the syrup to the semolina mixture and mix well until it cools down. • Once cool, transfer to a large plate and knead well. • Separate tiny ladoo-sized portions and roll. #Mithai #Ladoo #FestiveSweets #FestiveDesserts #Dessert #DessertTime #DessertBae #DessertGram #DessertsOfInstagram #DessertHeaven #Dessertstagram #Food #InstaFood #Foodstagram #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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Brace yourselves for a long post ahead because in honour of the festive season, we're making MUCH ADO ABOUT MITHAIS. If you ask us, there's no better feeling than celebrating festive customs and traditions with platefuls of quintessential Indian sweetmeats within reach at all times. While modern iterations and new-age flavour pairings are widening the playing field, you'll have to admit that there's something comforting about sticking to the familiar classics. The good ol' good ol'. This festive season, we, at Foodhall, are setting some major mithai and namkeen goals as we return to our roots and draw inspiration from our halwais, with our Bustaan range of traditional sweetmeats. Crafted using timeworn recipes, 100% pure ghee, and traditional methods, these offerings will whisk you away on a culinary trip across the country, all the while delighting your palate with the many authentic flavours and vibrant colours of the different regions of India. Whether you're eating your way through our Kanpur-inspired Motichoor Ladoos, digging into our typically Bengali Nolen Gur Sandesh, or reaching for seconds and thirds of our Khasta Kachoris that nail the flavours of the ubiquitous Delhi street snack, you can count on Bustaan to make your festive gatherings and get-togethers that much more special and memorable. Have fun picking from among seven varieties of mithai, four exceptional mithai cakes, and flavoured farsan, too, all of which are coming super soon to a Foodhall near you. And if you just can't choose, take the plunge and get a little of everything. It's festive season, after all, so you may as well milk the carte blanche that comes with it while the going's good! Source: Restaurant Guru and The Quint #Mithai #MithaiBox #MithaiCake #IndianMithai #MithaiLove #Namkeen #IndianSweets #FestiveFood #FestiveFeast #Food #FoodLove #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

Brace yourselves for a long post ahead because in honour of the festive season, we're making MUCH ADO ABOUT MITHAIS. If you ask us, there's no better feeling than celebrating festive customs and traditions with platefuls of quintessential Indian sweetmeats within reach at all times. While modern iterations and new-age flavour pairings are widening the playing field, you'll have to admit that there's something comforting about sticking to the familiar classics. The good ol' good ol'. This festive season, we, at Foodhall, are setting some major mithai and namkeen goals as we return to our roots and draw inspiration from our halwais, with our Bustaan range of traditional sweetmeats. Crafted using timeworn recipes, 100% pure ghee, and traditional methods, these offerings will whisk you away on a culinary trip across the country, all the while delighting your palate with the many authentic flavours and vibrant colours of the different regions of India. Whether you're eating your way through our Kanpur-inspired Motichoor Ladoos, digging into our typically Bengali Nolen Gur Sandesh, or reaching for seconds and thirds of our Khasta Kachoris that nail the flavours of the ubiquitous Delhi street snack, you can count on Bustaan to make your festive gatherings and get-togethers that much more special and memorable. Have fun picking from among seven varieties of mithai, four exceptional mithai cakes, and flavoured farsan, too, all of which are coming super soon to a Foodhall near you. And if you just can't choose, take the plunge and get a little of everything. It's festive season, after all, so you may as well milk the carte blanche that comes with it while the going's good! Source: Restaurant Guru and The Quint #Mithai #MithaiBox #MithaiCake #IndianMithai #MithaiLove #Namkeen #IndianSweets #FestiveFood #FestiveFeast #Food #FoodLove #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

Brace yourselves for a long post ahead because in honour of the festive season, we're making MUCH ADO ABOUT MITHAIS. If you ask us, there's no better feeling than celebrating festive customs and traditions with platefuls of quintessential Indian sweetmeats within reach at all times. While modern iterations and new-age flavour pairings are widening the playing field, you'll have to admit that there's something comforting about sticking to the familiar classics. The good ol' good ol'. This festive season, we, at Foodhall, are setting some major mithai and namkeen goals as we return to our roots and draw inspiration from our halwais, with our Bustaan range of traditional sweetmeats. Crafted using timeworn recipes, 100% pure ghee, and traditional methods, these offerings will whisk you away on a culinary trip across the country, all the while delighting your palate with the many authentic flavours and vibrant colours of the different regions of India. Whether you're eating your way through our Kanpur-inspired Motichoor Ladoos, digging into our typically Bengali Nolen Gur Sandesh, or reaching for seconds and thirds of our Khasta Kachoris that nail the flavours of the ubiquitous Delhi street snack, you can count on Bustaan to make your festive gatherings and get-togethers that much more special and memorable. Have fun picking from among seven varieties of mithai, four exceptional mithai cakes, and flavoured farsan, too, all of which are coming super soon to a Foodhall near you. And if you just can't choose, take the plunge and get a little of everything. It's festive season, after all, so you may as well milk the carte blanche that comes with it while the going's good! Source: Restaurant Guru and The Quint #Mithai #MithaiBox #MithaiCake #IndianMithai #MithaiLove #Namkeen #IndianSweets #FestiveFood #FestiveFeast #Food #FoodLove #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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Eat all the sweets you can! Your favourite time of the year is here. There's no need to cut back on mithai because now there are more options than you can imagine. Protein rich ladoos, sugar free barfi and delicious mithai cakes. Swipe to explore our variety. Visit your nearest Foodhall to redefine indulgence. #Festivities #HealthyTreats #Indulgence #BetterForYou #SweetTreats #GaneshChaturthi #FestiveDelights #Celebrations #Gifting #IndianSweets #Mithai #GuiltFree #SugarFree #ForTheLoveOfFood #FoodhallIndia

Eat all the sweets you can! Your favourite time of the year is here. There's no need to cut back on mithai because now there are more options than you can imagine. Protein rich ladoos, sugar free barfi and delicious mithai cakes. Swipe to explore our variety. Visit your nearest Foodhall to redefine indulgence. #Festivities #HealthyTreats #Indulgence #BetterForYou #SweetTreats #GaneshChaturthi #FestiveDelights #Celebrations #Gifting #IndianSweets #Mithai #GuiltFree #SugarFree #ForTheLoveOfFood #FoodhallIndia

Eat all the sweets you can! Your favourite time of the year is here. There's no need to cut back on mithai because now there are more options than you can imagine. Protein rich ladoos, sugar free barfi and delicious mithai cakes. Swipe to explore our variety. Visit your nearest Foodhall to redefine indulgence. #Festivities #HealthyTreats #Indulgence #BetterForYou #SweetTreats #GaneshChaturthi #FestiveDelights #Celebrations #Gifting #IndianSweets #Mithai #GuiltFree #SugarFree #ForTheLoveOfFood #FoodhallIndia

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