5 Fusion Recipes You Have to Try

I love entertaining and hosting dinner parties, and my favourite part is planning the menu – everything except dessert that is. Don’t get me wrong, I love to eat desserts as much as the next gal, but I’ve never been good at making them. Baking is too exact of a science for me, I’m more of a cooking by ‘andaza’ type of girl. This may be the reason that I’ve gotten so good at doctoring desserts over the years.

gulab jamun cupcakes

Nobody can dress up a boxed Betty Crocker mix better than I can, and I’m pretty much ready to accept the Oscar for faux desserts in the fusion category any time now. If you fear baking dessert as much as I do, may I suggest one of these so easy they almost don’t qualify as recipes, recipes….

chocolate dipped besan, indian fusion desserts

Chocolate Dipped Besan – you have no idea how good chickpea flour and milk chocolate are together (and no one will really ever know why I thought of trying them together).

baraf ka gola

Barf Ka Gola – my version of the desi snow cone is made with gourmet syrups and tastes mmm, mmm good!

indian fusion desserts, gulab jamun cupcakes

Gulab Jamun Cupcakes – gulab jamun inside a cupcake, need I say more?

rooh afza sundae

Rooh Afza Sundae – so pretty and so yummy, and did I mention so easy your children can make it?

http://www.pinkchailiving.com/hot-chocolate-chai-makes-the-holidays-delicious/

Hot Chocolate Chai – not exactly as dessert but it’s soooo good you have to try it.

If you try out one of these delicious recipes I’d love to hear what you think! Leave a comment or share your pic with me on Instagram or Facebook…@pinkchai.

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