Merry Christmas and Santa is coming HO! HO! HO!, Christmas, Carol, Cookies, Cakes and lots of Gifts is what we wait for the whole year for this day. So wait no more. Let it bake and the aroma of the freshly Baked Cake will fill your home with warmth, love and compassion and that’s what Christmas is for….
Here are some recipes which you can try making today and enjoy while you bake and eat.
Traditional Christmas Fruit Cake: No Christmas feast is complete without the traditional Christmas Fruit cake which involves months and months of preparation. One slice – JUST ONE SLICE of this sinful and traditional cake will bring back the memories of your Childhood Christmas Carol and Santa. This cake should have liquor. Don’t worry you will not fell dizzy with one slice but would definitely appreciate the taste of liquor soaked fruits cake – says Amrita.
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Chocolate Oreo Tart: Who doesn’t love Oreo and an Oreo Dessert which is very easy to make and gets ready in 20 mins is a treat for little munchkins and of course adults who are younger than the munchkins when it comes to have a sweet tooth. “Crispy Oreo Crust is complimented with soft White chocolate Ganache is a treat for all” - Says Dhara.
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Ginger Bread: Christmas without Ginger bread…A BIG NO! This is a must in your recipe list for today. There is a traditional way of making and the modern way of making it and these two ways differ because of one simple ingredient your baking powder (Do you know the benefits of baking powder – Check out here). So here are both the recipes which has been shared by Amrita.
No Sugar Christmas Cake: Who says cake cannot be made without sugar. This Cake is the best example for all. All it contains is fruits and one of the best fruits for winters that is guava is used to make this cake. Freshly picked from her own garden Geeta Biswas makes this fruity cake without any sugar.
Chocolate Pistachio Biscotti: Biscotti or cantuccini' are the authentic italian biscuits which are baked twice and hence crunchy. Usually offered during drinks these are dunked in it and then consumed but “the best part of biscotti is they can last for a long period so bake them this Christmas and enjoy till they last” says Sasmita.
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Pistachio Cake: An Iranian delicacy as pistachio nuts are enjoyed a lot in Middle East countries. "From everyday fare to wedding and funeral this cake is served. It is a tradition to have pistachio cake on every occasion" - says Amrita.
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Genoa Cake: This famous cake came from the city of Genoa in Italy. It is fruity and nutty cake as is filled with lot of preserved fruits and the best ones comes from France and Italy. When the slices from the cake is cut the fruits look like jewels – says Amrita.
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Egg Custard: Here is the easy egg custard recipe which just needs 3 minutes to prepare so when your guest are standing on the door and you don’t have any dessert to serve try this. Check out the recipe and the Video which has been shared by Cook House.
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Apple Rose Tarts: With the benefits of fruit like apple, this recipe will not only offer taste but health too. The design of these apple rose tarts would make sure that they are finished within minutes as soon as they come on the table. This recipe has been shared by Cook House.
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Moravian Spice Cookies: They come from beautiful place Moravia. These Spicy cookies can be made during Christmas as you would have too much of sweet and cakes. It is wafer thin, crisp and perfect tea time partner – says Amrita.
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Lemon Butter Bars: A completely different flavour as it would be citrus, this melt-in-mouth delicious shortbread based delicacy and topped with Lemon Curd will set the mood for your festivals – says Amrita.
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Christmas Tree Chocolate Cookies: A true feast to soul and eyes together. Make your chocolate cookies in form of Christmas Tree and this will become the centre of attraction on your dining table which would not long for last as they would be gobbled first - says Sasmita.
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Christmas Boondi Phirni Cheese Cake: you have read about Brazilian, Iranian and Moravian delicacies but that doesn’t mean Cake cannot be made from traditional, Indian sweets and hence it makes this cake - Phir bhi Dil hai Hindustani ( End of the day, We are Indians at Heart) So here is a Ingenious Indian Cake for Christmas. This fusion recipe has been shared by Ritu Arora.
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