Sinful cheese cake Gulab Jamun and Phirni Crème Brûlée

If you want to taste some unconventional desserts, Gulab Jamun Cheese Cake and Phirni Crème Brûlée should be at the top of your list. Served at Kad Wasti, in Hadapsar, this casual restaurant is famous for serving not-so-regular desserts. While Phirni Crème Brûlée is the modern European touch of the Phirni Indian dessert, made with rice and milk, the Gulab Jamun Cheesecake is a perfect way to savor two of our favorite things: Gulam Jamun and cheesecake, all in one.

“Phirni Crème Brûlée has been made with saffron flavored rice added. It has a creamy texture and is covered with caramel so that when you eat it, you feel the crunchy caramel in the first bite and then the creamy taste of safron that melts in your mouth. Candy and saffron favors complement each other well and do not leave an overwhelming taste in your mouth, says Navneet Chaudhary, the restaurant's chef. You can also do this at home and experiment with flavors such as strawberry, paan, mango, rose petals, etc.


For those who love to taste Gulab Jamun with ice cream, the Gulab Jamun cheesecake is something you should try. “Instead of ice cream, we have infused cheesecake, which makes it an excellent dessert option during the holiday season. Made with cream cheese, sour cream, eggs, sugar, thick cream, the slices of Gulab Jamun are topped on a slice of cheesecake. It is served cold with apricot sauce or cranberry sauce, ”he adds. For those looking for an option without an egg, they get the dessert made with jelly.