Who doesn’t love a good dessert at the end of savory meal like Chicken Tikka Masala? If you have a sweet tooth like us, no matter how full you get, you need something sweet to really be satisfied. And what is more satisfying than finishing off a nice spicy frozen Indian dinner from Chef Bombay and then topping it off with a sweet Indian dessert?
So, let’s explore pairing Chef Bombay's mouth-watering Indian meals with some of India's most beloved desserts for a truly unforgettable dining experience.
These golden, syrup-soaked dumplings are the epitome of comfort and sweetness, a classic after-dinner delight and a timeless favorite. After savouring the robust flavors of a Chef Bombay Butter Chicken, treat yourself to the soft, melt-in-your-mouth goodness of Gulab Jamun. We can guarantee that the contrast between the savoury and sweet will leave you craving for more. If you’re an ice cream fan, you can combine the Gulab jamun with vanilla ice cream. PS. You can even try it with some rum.
If you’re feeling brave and would like to try and make Gulab Jamun at home, here’s an easy recipe.
When you're in the mood for a refreshingly light yet utterly satisfying and juicy dessert, look no further than Rasgulla. These delicate cheese dumplings soaked in fragrant sugar syrup contrast the complex spices of dishes like Chef Bombay's Beef Vindaloo. The Rasgulla's subtle sweetness complements the bold flavors of the curry, creating a harmonious blend that's sure to leave you enchanted.
If you love Rasgulla as much as we do, here’s an easy recipe to make your own.
Creamy, comforting, and crowned with a sprinkle of aromatic cardamom and chopped nuts, Kheer is a rice pudding that warms both the heart and the palate. Pair this soul-soothing dessert with Chef Bombay's Palak Paneer to create a symphony of flavors that dance across your taste buds. The smoothness of the Kheer perfectly balances the vibrant spices of the Palak Paneer, ensuring a satisfying end to your meal.
While you warm up your Chef Bombay’s Palak Paneer, here’s an easy recipe to make Kheer to enjoy afterwards.
Jalebi is the answer for those who crave a crispy, syrup-soaked treat. Its intricate spiral shape and enticing sweetness perfectly contrast the rich and savory notes of Chef Bombay's Chicken Biryani. The combination of tender chicken and aromatic rice finds its sweet counterpart in the crispy Jalebi, offering an exquisite medley of textures and flavors.
Here’s an easy recipe to make this sweet and crispy delight yourself at home.
Indulge your senses with the luxurious elegance of Shrikhand, a creamy yogurt-based dessert infused with saffron and cardamom. As you savor the complexities of Chef Bombay's Chicken Tikka Masala, let the smooth, velvety Shrikhand add a touch of sophistication to your culinary experience.
To make Shrikhand at home, follow this recipe.
Every meal, from the first savory bite to the last sweet morsel, should be unforgettable. Indian desserts, with their diverse textures and flavors, provide the perfect ending to your culinary adventure. Whether you're enjoying Gulab Jamun after a hearty Butter Chicken dinner or savoring Rasgulla with the aromas of Beef Vindaloo, these delightful pairings create a symphony of flavors that truly complete the Chef Bombay experience.
So, the next time you open a Chef Bombay frozen meal, remember to save a little room for dessert!