Carrot Halwa/Gulab Jamun
with Radhika

About the programme

From the melt-in-your-mouth Gulab Jamun to the fragrant pudding-like Carrot Halwa, there are a myriad of textures, flavours and scents in the world of traditional Indian sweets! Join homemaker Radhika who will be sharing her recipes for the Gulab Jamun and Carrot Halwa over two sessions! Hear from the cook herself about her culinary heritage and the joys of making these traditional Indian sweets from home!

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Ticket Price

S$20 (excluding eventbrite service fee)
Meeting Point
Entrance of Bukit Panjang Community Club (8 Pending Road Singapore 678295)


Dress comfortably. Masks are mandatory.

This is a vegetarian, non-Halal dish. Recipe contains dairy, gluten and nuts. Participants are reminded to declare their food allergies, if any, in the registration form.

Participants must abide by the house rules set out by the host (eg. out-of-bound areas, use of toilet). Facilitators will brief participants before the start of the programme.

Please arrive 20 minutes before our scheduled meeting time for registration and temperature taking.

Meet Radhika!

Hello everyone! I am Radhika and I am a homemaker. Like many other Indians, I was introduced to cooking from a young age, observing and helping my mother out in the kitchen. As I was equipped with those skills from a young age, I am very particular about handmaking my Indian sweets at home today!

At home, I can control the ingredient proportions and pick quality ingredients! Different proportions of jaggery (raw sugar), ghee and milk results in different textures and flavours so making them at home allows me to tailor the sweets to my loved ones’ preferences! When I put all this love and care into my sweets and see the smiles on the faces of my friends and family, that sense of satisfaction is the sweetest thing of all!

More about Gulab Jamun and Carrot Halwa

Gulab Jamun is a deep-fried milk and flour ball that is soaked in a saffron-infused sugar syrup. Carrot Halwa, on the other hand, is a pudding made with grated carrots, milk, sugar, ghee and topped with nuts. These two sweets are only a facet of a very diverse range of traditional Indian sweets which includes payasam, kadabu, laduu and barfi. According to Radhika, many women in India are skilled in the preparation of such desserts as it is a common tradition to give sweets to one another during festivals and other social occasions.