"But they're just macarons, nothing new to see hear" we hear you all mutter these words as you yet another picture of beautifully formed macarons. However, this is not your usual macarons recipe.
It was posted by Michelle over at The Tiffin Box incorporates a range of Indian flavors in to what is a classically French dish. Rooh Afza, Saffron and Cardamom are all used in these delights that seem to perfectly fuse two cultures in one dessert.
The pictures are great and the recipe is simple to make. We hope you enjoy this Best of the Blogs.
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