10 yummy classic Diwali desserts in Goa



The Yellow Chilli, Porvorim

Gulab E Gulkand – The famous gulab jamun with a core of gulkand which is a rose petal compote, its devine.


The Yellow Chilli, Porvorim

Shahi Tukda – Hydrabadi inspired desert, made like a bread pudding, with desiccated coconut.


Eden, Candolim

Apple in a night dress – A first for me.. Poached apple stuffed with a dollop of raspberry jam, topped with custard & dusted with cinnamon.


Eden, Candolim

Seradura – The Goan favorite. Also known as a saw dust puddingin other parts of the world, a smooth creamy custard, served with slices of apple!! Great combo.


Chill Maard, Calangute

Gulab Jamun – My favorite Indian desert of all time, the Gulab jamun. Basically a fried nugget, dunked into chachni or sugar syrup, & served warm.


Izgara, By Acacia, Candolim

Baklava – Made from the delicate filo pastry sheets, and brushed with butter.. and to complete it, dry fruits sprinkled around and baked. Finally drizzled with sugar syrup before serving warm.


The Canteen, at Café Inn, Palolem

Basbusa – A mild flavored rich & sweet semolina cake all the way from Tripoli!!


Palms N Sands, Candolim

Palms & Sands special Crepe – Classic crepe, stuffed with fresh fruits, topped with dry fruits & chocolate sauce.


Soi, Candolim

Alle Belle – Traditional Goan desert, made from a thin crepe stuffed with grated coconut & palm jaggery. Tip: Have this with a side of vanilla ice-cream!!!


Magic Italy, Palolem

Tiramisu – Made from specially imported mascarpone cheese, dark chocolate & topped with cacao powder specially imported, all the way from Italy.


La Brise, Candolim beach

Belgian waffles – Make your own waffle!! With a range of toppings to sauces, to compotés and even cotton candy!! This section will surely bring the child out in you.. Go see for your self!!


Arthur’s Theme, Candolim

Pineapple Crêpe – Warm, fruity, delicious and oh so comforting with the aroma of cinnamon filling the air as soon as it arrives at the table…yum!

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