Almond barfi is a popular Indian sweet made with the goodness of almonds, it is a delectable sweet to relish during the festive season of Diwali or other special occasions. Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant in Sydney, Australia is approved as one of the most reliable Manufacturers of Almond Barfi in Harris park and other sweets.
Aloo Gobi is a vegetarian dish from the Indian subcontinent made with potatoes, cauliflower and many Indian spices. Aloo gobi in Harris Park, is served best at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Sydney, Australia and is prepared with utmost care along with potatoes and cauliflower that are cooked with onions, tomatoes and spices.
Aloo Kulcha is made up of whole wheat fermented Indian bread that is stuffed with potatoes. A number of stuffings that includes paneer (cottage cheese), onion, potatoes, and other vegetables are used. Punjab is famous for its Amritsari Aloo kulcha, now Aloo kulcha in Harris Park is most demanded dish in breakfast, where many of its different variants are available.
Aloo Paratha which is a most loved breakfast dish for Indians. Though it also has a universal appeal. We at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Australia serve Tasty Aloo Paratha in Harris Park that is typically a bread dish originating from the Indian subcontinent. This breakfast menu dish is one of most popular throughout western, central and northern regions of India.
India’s one of the loved street food is Aloo Tikki that is served with a spicy curry and various chutneys. It is also known as “Ragda pattice” and is sold on the various chaat stalls throughout the country. Check out our Authentic taste of Aloo Tikki Chaat in Harris Park, which is made with mashed potato patties mixed with coriander, onion and spices, deep-fried in oil.
Taj’s special samosas are now available for purchase.
Samosas are one of the most common Indian snack found in every occasion at Indian homes, it is made with all-purpose flour which is known as maida then stuffed with a mixture of mashed boiled potato,green peas, lentils, onions, spices and green chili. Enjoy our samosas in Australia that are deep-fried in vegetable oil or real ghee to a golden brown color.
Balu shahi is considered as the Indian Donut which is soft, flaky deep-fried pastries dunked in a sticky cardamom and rose flavored syrup. The festival of lights “Diwali” is around the corner let us celebrate it with your favourite Indian sweets Balu Shahi in Harris Park, Sydney, Australia at Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant .
Basmati Rice is a type of a long-grained rice that grows from the foothills of the Himalayas and is traditionally cooked in Indian and other South Asian cuisines. Basmati rice in Harris Park at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Sydney, Australia is sometimes served plain but is often flavored with turmeric or saffron, both of which impart a characteristic yellow hue.
Bengal offers a rich variety of delicacies for every Indian sweets. The sweet tooth of Bengalis is famous, as well as the variety of bengali sweets and desserts available in Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant Sydney, Australia is astounding. While some of those typical Pure Indian sweets like Bengali Sweets in Harris Park, Australia, items have now found their way to the rest of the country for the special occasion of Diwali which is on the cards these days.
Besan Burfiwhich is often called “Indian cheesecake”, though it contains no cheese and is considered one of the super exotic Indian delicacies. This dessert is most happening for most of the Indian festivals like Diwali. As It is Diwali season, let us dive into a whole new world of tempting sweets to relish on Diwali festival at your own Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant in Harris Park, Australia serving people and bringing the flavors of India right here in Australia. Come and feel the difference
Besan laddu is loved Indian sweet dish that is made up of chickpea flour or gram flour, sugar and ghee. Best Besan Laddu in Harris park is available at Taj indian sweets and restaurant, Australia, that we carefully roast in ghee till golden brown appearance offering you best of flavours and also a nutty fragrance. It is one of the most popular mithai in Indian cuisine. It might be known by various names, and these delicious laddus in Australia, spiced with cardamom are often in demand during festive occasions.
Gulab Jamun is among India’s most popular desserts during a festival or major celebrations. It gets its name from two words: Gulab which means rose and Jamun which is a kind of deep purple colored berry. Traditionally Bharwa Gulab jamun in Harris park at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Sydney, Australia is prepared using khoya. They are then tempered with light sugar syrup flavored with green cardamom and rose water.
Bharwan Mirch Pakora is a popular fried snack in India that is stuffed pepper with mashed potatoes then dipped in gram flour batter and deep fried. These pakoras are soft, crunchy taste coming from the potatoes then there are range of flavors in your mouth. Bharwan Mirch Pakora in Harris Park is mainly refer to as stuffed, mirch means chilies in India hence the name exist.
Bhature a dish from the Punjab region in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. The crispy puffed Bhatura in Harris park that we bake perfectly at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Australia makes an excellent combo with hot & spicy Chole / Chickpeas curry. This dish is available in almost all Indian restaurants in Sydney, Australia.
Bhel Puri is an Indian dish of puffed rice, onions, spices, and hot chutney. ‘Though many parts of India have their own versions of puffed rice mixture, the most known being the bhelpuri, in south Indian it is called murri mixture where puffed rice forms the base of the mixture.
Bhindi Masala is basically a stir fried okra and is a loved cuisine in India that is slit and stuffed with spice mix such as garam masala and locally available ground spices. We serve best Bhindi Masala in Harris Park at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Sydney, Australia. We believe in a spicy preparation of Okra or Lady’s finger which goes very well with any Indian bread or Rice and Dal.